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Gomez attorney seeks global resolution
Criminal proceedings against ex-fugitive David Gomez have been continued for one month while his attorney seeks a global resolution of multiple charges facing the 31-year-old Gardnerville man.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Training focuses on mental health first aid
Kimberly Turner and Linda Gilkerson instruct a class in mental health first aid class for the staff of the Partnership of Community Resources.
Woman denies murder
A Gardnerville woman, accused of shooting her roommate to death in December, pleaded not guilty Monday to open murder with use of a firearm.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Daily Sparks Tribune
Smith's Food and Drug helps Renown
Tribune file photo Children at Renown Children's Hospital have frequent visitors, like this one from local musician Whitney Myer, helping ease their pain but Smith's Food and Drug store is taking another approach by launching its inaugural fundraiser benefiting the hospital.
The R-C Morning Report for April 15
It doesn't sound as though a two-vehicle collision at Highway 88 and Centerville on Monday just before 5 p.m. resulted in major injuries.
Gardnerville: Hellwinkel barn off limits
An incursion by children into the Hellwinkel barn near Martin Slough Nature Trail has prompted the Town of Gardnerville to ask residents to steer clear of the property's outbuildings.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Work wraps up on Virginia Canal
Workers poured concrete around utility holes Wednesday in preparation for the completion of Muller Parkway between Pinenut Road and Grant Avenue.
The Eagle Gas Station in Gardnerville.
A project to convert the former Eagle Gas station into a visitors' center will receive another infusion of grant money.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The R-C Morning Report for April 8
A proposal to expand the Pentacostal Church of God, 921 Mitch Drive, requires a major variance because county staff believes they are short 33 parking spaces.
Pedestrian suspected of intoxication
A 46-year-old woman who completed a diversion program designed to keep drunk drivers out of prison was arrested Thursday on an allegation of being a drunk pedestrian.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The R-C Morning Report for April 4
Former Carson City Manager Larry Werner is officially interim Douglas County Manager and will be on The R-C Running Commentary on Wednesday with Steve Mokrohisky for Steve's farewell to cyber R-C Land.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
The R-C Morning Report for April 2
Douglas County approved a $48.036 million general fund tentative budget, along with $102,000 to pay for an additional public defender in the courts, part-time help in the public administrator's office and licensing of court computer programs.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Deferred sentencing in barbershop break-in
Sentencing was deferred Tuesday for a 19-year-old Gardnerville Ranchos man who admitted breaking into his father's barbershop, and stealing cash and firearms to support his drug habit.
Man sent to prison to complete sentence
Probation was revoked Monday for a 42-year-old Gardnerville man with a lengthy criminal history who told the judge he "just couldn't hack it on probation," and wanted to serve his sentence in prison.
Walmart sales tax bump subsides
Taxable sales numbers for Douglas County show some recovery in2012- 13. However, with five months left in the fiscal year, the numbers for fiscal year 2013-14 are flat so far.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Murder suspect heads to district court
Murder suspect Nicole Followill is to appear April 14 for arraignment on a charge of open murder after she was bound over to Douglas District Court following a preliminary hearing Friday.
NV woman ordered to stand trial in man's death
A 30-year-old woman has been ordered to stand trial on a charge of open murder in the Dec. 2 shooting death of a man at the Gardnerville home they rented.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Woman in Saturday crash in Carson City dies from injuries
The passenger on a motorcycle that crashed into a pickup Saturday night has died of her injuries, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Restaurant burglar sent to prison
A 21-year-old Gardnerville man, who admitted burglarizing three Carson Valley restaurants, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in Nevada state prison.
Suspended prison term in battery
A 39-year-old Gardnerville man was sentenced Monday to five years probation, including 30 days in Douglas County Jail, for his part in an altercation a year ago involving his wife and brother-in-law.