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Sunday snowstorm could affect Monday commute

Lows in the 20s are likely for Carson City on Sunday, while highs are expected to remain below freezing.

Comma Coffee temporary closed for health violations

Comma Coffee in downtown Carson City has temporary closed its doors following suspension of its license by the Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership.

Pot shops in north Carson City greenlighted by planning commissioners

The question of whether to allow marijuana retail stores and medical dispensaries along a section of North Carson Street will now head to the Carson City Board of Supervisors.

Retired Carson City engineer Robb Fellows recognized for watershed work

Carson City Public Works Director Darren Schulz said his now-retired colleague, Robb Fellows, knows how every drop of water travels through the community. “A drop of rain would fall somewhere in Carson, and you could ask Robb, and he could tell you how that drop of water would travel to get to the river,” Schulz told the Appeal. “He knows how water flows through this city like no one else.”

New smoke shop near Carson High raises questions about tobacco laws

A new vape and tobacco shop in a strip mall north of the Carson High School baseball field has raised questions about regulations regarding nicotine products and schools. “I bring my daughter to school in the mornings, and there it was,” said Carson City resident Jerome Lala. “It’s an inappropriate place to put a vape store.”

Three juveniles in custody, one in critical condition, following Tuesday night shooting

Three juveniles are in custody, one juvenile remains in critical condition in Reno, and investigators believe drugs could be the motive in a Tuesday night shooting in east Carson City.

Pot location requirements, multifamily development up for planning commission

The Planning Commission will evaluate a request to allow marijuana retail stores in north Carson on Wednesday.

8 Carson City businesses fail alcohol compliance checks

36 businesses were subjected to an alcohol server compliance check.

Supervisors OK homeless funding, new fire station

Supervisors voted unanimously to allocate $222,397 toward goals in the Carson City Housing Plan.

Mayor discusses past and future ahead of State of the City

Lori Bagwell says she intends to run for reelection in 2024.

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