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Congressman Mark Amodei – He’ll await the arrival of all the evidence before he makes up his mind…

During an over-the-phone news conference with Nevada news reporters this week Nevada’s lone republican Congressman said that he favors the investigation of President Trump’s actions surrounding the Ukraine controversy.  “But I’m not going to say one way or the other whether I’ll vote to impeach him.  All the facts aren’t in yet.”

Amodei, Nevada’s only republican in the Congress, said there was confusion over what he meant last week when he indicated he supports the INQUIRY on grounds for impeachment – not IMPEACHMENT itself.  Amodei says he wants the full impeachment investigation to be on the table before he casts his vote with the rest of the House of Representatives.

State Education Committee says…”It’s time to overhaul education funding….”

Governor Steve Sisolak
“Nevada needs to catch up…”

The recently created Nevada Commission on School Funding has started to roll up their sleeves on how to improve education funding in the state.  The current funding formulas are literally over a half-century old.  The commission met Friday for the first time and claimed they’re prepared to revamp the way Nevada raises education funding and how to target student groups that have been falling behind.  The Commission says streamlining funding and being transparent about it will vastly improve the fuel that runs our state’s K-12 schools.

Governor Steve Sisolak has been raising the bar over his own frustrations over anemic levels of spending for Nevada students who have a huge challenge in meeting employment demands nationwide. High tech, high tech, high tech. Yet there are student groups who barely speak English at one end of the spectrum with many gifted and talented students on the other. Disparities in family incomes and children coming home to empty dwellings caused by the absolute requirement that both parents work, are also taking a toll on Nevada students.

The 11 member Commission is tasked with guiding the Department of Education’s work so that there will be noticeable educational improvements by the end of the 2021 school year.

A shout-out for coats for needy school students…

New Coats Sought for Needy Students in Transition in Carson City

This weekend will see the season’s first cold snap and dip below freezing temperatures. The McKinney-Vento Students in Transition Program in Carson City is seeking donations of new (not used) coats and jackets for students in transition. Students in Transition are those individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence.

The organization needs all sizes including small youth to adult XXL. Jackets and coats may be dropped off now through October 29 at the following locations, days and times:

  • Professional Development Center, 618 West Musser Street

Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • Vitalant (previously United Blood Services), 256 E. Winnie Lane

Mondays from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Carson City Middle Schools Receive Grants for Hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Carson City Middle Schools Receive Grants for Hands-on STEM Programs

Students and teachers at the two middle schools in Carson City (Carson Middle and Eagle Valley Middle Schools) now have access to a program that will give students a boost in their education and future careers through enhanced Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, STEM.. The opportunity was made possible with the help of Tesla’s K-12 Education Investment Fund, the Nevada Department of Education and Project Lead The Way (PLTW).

PLTW is a nonprofit organization that provides hands-on computer science, engineering and biomedical science programs in the classroom.

Carson and Eagle Valley Middle School students will also be introduced to Automation and Robotics which will open many doors through high school, college and future employment.

“Our world is rapidly evolving, and that has serious implications for our students,” said PLTW President and Chief Executive Officer Vince Bertram. “We are proud to partner with the Carson City School District to empower students with knowledge and skills that will help them no matter what career path they choose.

Elizabeth Warren coming to Carson City, Wednesday, Oct. 2nd, Boys & Girls Club

Elizabeth Warren
Boys & Girls Club on Russell Way, Oct 2, 5pm doors open. No tickets required

Democratic candidate for President of the USA Elizabeth Warren will visit Carson City on Wednesday, October 2nd at the Boys and Girls Club at 1860 Russel Way. Ms. Warren is holding one of her huge rallies in celebration of her dramatic rise in the presidential polls over the last month.

Doors open at 5pm, with Ms. Warren’s trademark high energy entrance promptly at 6pm. Due to Ms. Warren’s popularity those who plan to attend should get there early. Tickets are not required.

Growing lots of marijuana in plain sight – and they’re busted…

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A Carson City couple growing excessive amounts of marijuana in plain sight has been arrested by Sheriff’s Deputies.

Deputies obtained a search warrant on the residence of Brian and Tanya Walkem at 1116 Fremont in Carson City. When deputies knocked on the door they told the couple that they were there to investigate whether they were in possession of too much marijuana and whether they were growing more than the legal limit under the law.

The Walkem’s proceeded to escort the deputies around the property showing plants growing against the backyard fence, along a side yard, growing in a well lit grow-house, and more plants inside the home. Deputies also found evidence of a process of concentrating marijuana in to a more potent product which is against the law. All-in-all more than $50,000 in illicitly grown and processed marijuana.

Both Brian and Tanya Walkem were arrested – Brian for Illegal Cultivation of Marijuana, Possession For Sale, Illegal Trafficking and Cultivation of Concentrated Marijuana. Tanya was charged with Illegal Cultivation of Marijuana and Illegal Possession of a Controlled Substance.

Congressional candidate: Clint Koble on Ukraine controversy

From Candidate for Congress Clint Koble:

I support Speaker Pelosi and the U.S. House of Representative’s decision to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. His actions regarding the whistleblower incident, and the exchange he had with Ukrainian president Zelesnky regarding the Bidens, is alarming and unconstitutional. These latest actions by President Trump cross the line into impeachment territory.

One of the founding principles of our country is that no one is above the law. The House needs to follow through with the impeachment inquiry, and uncover the facts. Our democracy has been held hostage by this President long enough – he ignores our laws and our principles, and even basic human decency. We need to restore a system of checks and balances to prevent abuse of power by the Executive Branch. Our American democracy is defined by those willing to defend and fight for it. There’s never a wrong time to do the right thing.

Stabbing at the Carson Nugget, downtown

Carson City Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating the stabbing of a man inside the Carson Nugget.  Preliminary information is that a heavy-set asian male stabbed the victim and then left the casino.

The assailant is described as a heavy set-asian male wearing a black hat, red shirt and blue shorts with suspenders.

The victim is being transported to the hospital for treatment of his wound(s).

State Schools Superintendent tours the state to assess quality of education in Nevada

Nevada State Superintendent Jhone Ebert and Deputy Superintendent Jonathan Moore listen to math students at Carson High School.

Department of Education State Superintendent Jhone Ebert and several of her staff members continued a statewide listening tour today in Carson City. Meetings began at the Carson City School District offices and then continued to Carson High School, Eagle Valley Middle School, Seeliger Elementary School and Fremont Elementary School.

Her plan throughout the listening tour is to connect with school administrators, teachers and students throughout the day. Towards the conclusion of the day, a community/parents meeting with parent organizations (such as PTA, PTO, GATE, etc.) will also be held in the District Office Boardroom, 1402 West King Street.

Ebert has plans to visit all 17 school districts and the State Public Charter School Authority before the end of the calendar year. She is especially interested in listening to school administrators, teachers, families and community members and hear directly from them what they find is exceptional at each school.

Reducing gun danger on tap at Carson City Town Hall meeting at local restaurant

From Clint Koble, candidate for U.S. Congress:

On the heels of a much needed town hall on gun safety and legislation in Reno, Clint Koble, Democratic congressional candidate for Northern Nevada’s CD-2, will be holding his second town hall on the topic tonight in Carson City.

Koble will engage Northern Nevadans in a much needed discussion about congressional action to strengthen America’s gun laws.

Commenting further…

I support Speaker Pelosi and the U.S. House of Representative’s decision to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. His actions regarding the whistleblower incident, and the exchange he had with Ukrainian president Zelesnky regarding the Bidens, is alarming and unconstitutional.  These latest actions by President Trump cross the line into impeachment territory. 

One of the founding principles of our country is that no one is above the law. The House needs to follow through with the impeachment inquiry, and uncover the facts. Our democracy has been held hostage by this President long enough – he ignores our laws and our principles, and even basic human decency. We need to restore a system of checks and balances to prevent abuse of power by the Executive Branch.  Our American democracy is defined by those willing to defend and fight for it. There’s never a wrong time to do the right thing.

Date: Tuesday, September 24
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: La Santaneca Restaurant, 316 E Winnie Ln, Carson City

Pedestrian hit by an SUV at Long and Rand

9:08am – A pedestrian has been hit by an SUV at Long and Rand Streets.  The vehicle left the scene (hit and run) and was described as a green Ford Explorer with license plate Nevada 369-GMU.  The victim is up and walking around.  Paramedics are arriving on scene.

9:17am – Patient declining medical attention.

Carson School District pondering the future of property at 1600 Snyder Avenue

Carson High School
Meeting begins Wednesday, 6pm, September 25th

School District’s Strategic Plan Meeting to Focus on 1600 Snyder Property

The Carson City School District’s quarterly Professional Learning Community meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 25, 6 p.m., will offer a report from the Citizens Committee for 1600 Snyder. The meeting, held inside the Carson High School Library, will be the first meeting of the 2019-2020 school year.

The citizens committee, which has met every Wednesday throughout the month of September, will provide feedback regarding their suggested uses for the 1600 Snyder Property.

The purpose is to learn how the school district’s strategic plan is performing and suggest ideas on how to better help meet the plan’s goals, objectives and strategies.

The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and end promptly at 7:30 p.m. Citizens may park along the curb (both sides) in front of Carson High School and enter the building at the south entrance near the flag pole. Citizens are welcome to share this invitation with colleagues, friends and neighbors who might be interested in attending this meeting and/or joining the group.


ABOUT Carson City School District

Located in Nevada’s capital, Carson City School District offers public education to approximately 7,600 students throughout Carson City. The district includes 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 alternative high school and 1 comprehensive high school. Carson City School District boasts many successes including impressive graduation rates, strict safety measures, programs for gifted students and advanced-placement classes, among several others. In a joint venture with Western Nevada College, the Carson City School District Jump Start College program allows students to complete their senior year of high school and freshman year of college simultaneously. For more information, visit

Fist fight at Cactus Jacks downtown

2:30pm – Report of a fight between three males at Cactus Jacks in downtown Carson City.  Police are enroute.  Info from the scene is that all three are white males, in their 20’s.  

2:34pm – Sheriff’s deputies have caught up with one of them at Washington and Curry.


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