Thursday Mar 6
Crack seal project for Dayton streets now underway
Crack-filling work began this week in the Dayton area on streets planned for chip seal work later this summer.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Capital City Arts Initiative brings professional artists, writers to schools
During this school year, Dayton and Silver Springs students are being treated to lessons with local, national and international professional artists, scholars and writers.
Arson suspected in Dayton car fire
The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a vehicle fire that ignited in the middle of the night last week on Valley Circle in Dayton.
Lyon County budget process a sound idea
It wasn't a popular decision with the public, but taxpayers didn't have a choice -- it's either pay up, or else off with your head! Well, not quite that bad, but if you're a responsible property owner, you pay your taxes.
RSVP Lyon County has a new van
Several years ago, RSVP had to make some hard financial decisions as to what RSVP could continue to do.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Trustees approve funding for WNC program
The Lyon County School District will pay half the tuition for high school students enrolled in a Western Nevada College program, and 100 percent for those students who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
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Son showing off gun accidentally shoots his mom
A Dayton woman is in critical condition after her son accidentally shot her while showing his new gun to his father on Thursday.
Carson City Sheriff's Log: Transient arrested on felony warrant
Bail was set at $20,000. a 11:30 p.m.: A 20-year-old Carson City man was arrested at the Carson City Jail on a violation-of-conditions warrant out of Carson City.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
County shows budget optimism
While more would be known after meetings this week with department heads and elected officials, Lyon County manager Jeff Page and comptroller Josh Foli cautiously are optimistic about the 2014-15 fiscal year budget.
Fundraiser for medical, dental care
J's Bistro at 30 Pike St. in Old Town Dayton is hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser tonight that will help Nevadans who are in need of dental and medical care.
B-I-N-G-O: Class holds family night
On Friday, Dayton High School's yearbook class held its first Family Bingo Night in the school's small gym, with more than 34 players participating.
Snapshot of life: Great Images Photography
Married for 30 years, Steven Jackson, and his wife, Gayann, together with their assistants, are the force behind Great Images Photography.
The meeting is part of a statewide initiative in which representatives from the Nevada Arts Council will visit communities to engage in conversations with Nevadans to explore the cultural needs of large and small communities, the role of the arts in Nevada, and to evaluate NAC's role as a state agency.
Dayton history worth honoring
It's also a chance to take a step back in time to experience what life was like more than 100 years ago.
50 years and closing
Deciding "it's time," Valley Building Materials owner Romeo Rosaschi is retiring and has chosen to close the business he's owned for 49 years and 11 months.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Director announces Lyon library hours increasing
The branch library hours in Dayton already have increased and they will increase in the Fernley, Silver Stage and Central branches next week.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Sheriff's Log: Woman arrested on felony drug count, warrant
According to the man's arrest report, a deputy stopped him and others because of graffiti problems in the area.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Impressive' turnout at job fair
Eric Neusel, a 39-year printing press operator, trolled through the Carson City job fair Friday riding the crest of a new life experience.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Search For Suspect in High Speed Chase
Multiple law enforcement agencies are trying to piece together the details of a high speed chase overnight.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Up against the county
In a step anticipated by many, a lawsuit was filed against the Lyon County Board of Commissioners and Comstock Mining, Inc., as a result of the board's approval by a 4-1 vote of master plan and zoning changes opposed by many in Silver City.