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CCSO wants to know the location of these men suspected of credit card fraud

Suspected vehicle burglar using stolen credit cards.

Suspected vehicle burglar using stolen credit cards.

Carson City Sheriff’s detectives are trying to track down these two men who allegedly broke into vehicles recently parked at Silver Saddle Ranch and at the Korean War Veterans Memorial off  East 5th and stealing the victims’ credit cards.

The two suspects, pictured above, shows them taking purchased items from a store after using stolen cards at Target, Best Buy and Game Stop.

Anyone knowing who these men are should call the Carson City Sheriff’s Office at 775-887-2677 or Secret Witness at 775-322-4900.

It’s common that people drive up to trailheads, park their vehicles, lock their doors and leave on a nice long hike.  Trouble is a lot of hikers leave their valuables in plain sight inside the vehicle which is a huge temptation for thieves.  Always conceal your valuables under seats or in the trunk.  Or better yet, take them with you or leave them at home.  Wallets don’t weigh that much.


Open outdoor burns are allowed through April 19th

Spring 2020 Open Burn

Carson City, NV – The Fire Department will allow open burning through April 19th.

The purpose of the open burn period is to provide residents an opportunity to dispose of accumulated weeds and yard debris. In order to make this a safe endeavor for those involved, the Carson City Fire Department will require a burn permit.

Permits can be obtained online at our website at Click on the notice for “Open Burn” and it will take you to a form that you will need to print and have on your person when burning.

Due to the closing of our main office to the public, permits will NOT be available on a walk-in basis.
For additional questions or concerns, please call the Carson City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention

Division at 887-2210, ext. 7145, 8-5 p.m., M-F.

Rental evictions put on hold for the time being…

Carson City Justice/Municipal Court

In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our region and Governor Stephen Sisolak’s declaration of a state of emergency, closure of all non-essential services state-wide, and request for all Nevadans to stay home to implement social distancing. The Carson City Justice/Municipal Court has suspended all eviction proceedings until further order of the court.

The public is encouraged to contact the Justice/Municipal Court via email with any questions or concerns.

Carson City Justice Court Clerk’s Office Email: Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Office Number: (775) 887-2121 option 4.

Roaring chimney fire stopped by Carson City Firefighters up County Line Road

Chimney fire near County Line Road and Wild Sage Drive in the Timberline area
CCFD photo

Chimney fire put out at home in Timberline area.

Early Friday evening Carson City Firefighters were called to what was described as an out of control chimney fire off County Line Road.  There was quite a blaze burning inside the chimney – heavy smoke and flame quite visible from the top of the chimney.

Firefighter checking the interior of the chimney sleeve.

Firefighters made their attack by lugging a fire hose onto the roof and blasting a lot of water down the chimney.  Firefighters say they got there just in time to prevent any fire escape through the chimney walls to the outside much to the great relief of the homeowner.

Firefighters soaking the interior of the chimney to ensure fire was out.  Notice the check hole to allow firefighters to see if there was any fire damage outside of the flue

Fortunately nothing more than smoke got to the outside much to the relief of the homeowners.

Documenting extent of damage to the top and interior of the chimney.

Firefighters on the roof took pictures of the damage to ensure they didn’t miss any hot spots.

Thumbs Down on nearly 20′ high pump station off Norfolk Drive

Water booster facility already under construction….neighbors not happy.

The Carson City Planning Commission ran in to a brick wall of angry neighbors this week when they found out that the city was trying to build a view-killing 20-foot high water pump station on the backside of their homes – blocking their views of the Virginia Range. Part of the Long Ranch community lies between Kings and Ash Canyon Creeks and the city wants to build a water booster pump station just on the other side of the neighbors’ fence line.

Neighbors complained that they had heard there was a booster station planned for the area, but they assumed it would be built primarily underground as other booster stations in the area. So when they found out that the pump station building was going to be nearly 20 feet high with an engine muffler exhaust pipe coming out the top, they drew the line. One family complained that city officials were not completely transparent about their plans because the location of the pump station was not clearly indicated. So when a last minute site-plan was announced, it took everyone by surprise on the final location and the fact that their scenic views would be obscured.

The planning commission seemed a little taken-a-back as well. The commissioners told city staff to go back to the drawing board and reduce the size of the building. Instead of a nearly 20 foot high structure, commissioners said 15 feet ought to be the limit and that the station’s muffler should be downsized as well.

Public Works and Planning staff obviously got the message and said they would return in the near future with a scaled down version.

Hemp growing in captivity….

The Planning Commission also had another controversial issue to settle – where to grow hemp – which is marijuana without high levels of the psychotropic ingredient THC.  Hemp is used for a lot of things around the world, like paper, rope, clothing, plastics, even paint. 

But a wrinkle has erupted in Carson City as a great deal of interest is rising in growing hemp and refining it for manufactured products as mentioned above.  Trouble is, sizeable fields of hemp give off the same pungent “aroma” as regular marijuana plants.  And that’s why hemp is usually grown far away from inhabited areas or inside large industrial buildings. 

But there are some adventurous hemp growers, even marijuana growers, who want to grow their “crops” close to town so they can keep an eye on them.  But of course, if the neighbors get a whiff of what’s going on, they may not like it and complain to authorities. 

The strong aroma of young marijuana and hemp is not universally welcomed as the scent drifts into nearby neighborhoods.  But with air-tight indoor “grows”, the aroma stays with the plants – which brings us to why local laws encourage growing the weed indoors. 

As a result, the Planning Commission voted to ask the Carson City Board of Supervisors to draw up a new city law that basically outlaws “outdoor” grows of both marijuana and hemp.  Once harvested, both varieties lose their pungent aroma.  The commissioners therefore kicked the issue upstairs to let the Supervisors handle things – which will likely ensure that all marijuana and hemp are grown either inside large warehouses or in a location far, far away from human habitation.

We’ll see what the Supervisors come up with.



First Corona Virus case at a Nevada Prison

Corona Virus has made it inside state prison near Las Vegas

The Nevada Department of Corrections (NDOC) announces its first confirmed case of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting an employee at High Desert State Prison (HDSP), located north of Las Vegas. “Our top priority is the health of staff and inmates at our facilities,” said Charles Daniels, NDOC Director. “Our preparation and response is deliberate and in accordance with agency contingency plans and protocols. Now that we have a confirmed case, our next goal is mitigating and ultimately preventing the sustained spread of COVID-19.

”To contain the virus at HDSP, NDOC has implemented procedures consistent with national and state health and human services guidelines. These procedures include:

* The employee self-quarantining at home
* HDSP inmates being isolatedin their cells.
* NDOC medical staff will continue observing inmates and staff for signs of the virus, which include coughing, fever, and shortness of breath.
* Surface Sanitation Teams, using a 10% bleach concentration solution will continue to thoroughly clean surfaces at all facilities.

Prison officials say NDOC will continue to closely monitor the situation at HDSP and all other NDOC facilities as it continues to work closely with local and state public health officials to ensure the health and safety of staff and inmates.

Current Carson City status report…

Two Carson City residents hit with Corona Virus

CCHHS is reporting two new positive cases of COVID-19
March 26

Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting two new positive cases of COVID-19 in the Quad County region: Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey counties. This brings the total number of cases in the Quad-County region to eight.

The two cases are:

A female Carson City resident in her 60’s who had close contact to a confirmed California case
A male Carson City resident in his 40’s with a travel history

The case count for each county is:

Carson City: 4
Douglas County: 3
Lyon County: 1
Storey County: 0

All cases are self-isolating in their home and are doing well. Carson City Health and Human Services is working to identify close risk contacts to prevent further spread of the disease. Due to medical privacy requirements and to protect their identity, no further information about the cases will be released.

And now a word from “Blissful Normalcy”

Carson City City Hall

Carson City Charter Review Committee Seeks Input

The Carson City Charter Review Committee is seeking public input for possible amendments to the Carson City Charter. The governing ordinance requires that proposed amendments to the Charter be heard and discussed by the Committee, who then provides recommendation to the Board of Supervisors.

The City Charter is available to view on the City’s website at by clicking on the Carson City Charter link.

Comments and suggestions can be submitted online at, by email to or in writing to the Charter Review Committee, c/o City Manager’s Office, 201 N. Carson Street, Ste 2, Carson City, NV 89701, no later than April 30, 2020.

Meetings to discuss any proposed amendments will be open to the public and set at a later date.

For more information about the Charter Review Committee, please go to the City’s website at or call (775) 887-2100.

Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce restaurant “take out” list…


Carson City Chamber Member Restaurants

Chamber Member Restaurants Available for Take Out & DeliveryCOVID-19 Restaurant Guidance

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar

phone: 775-882-0222

To go orders available with curbside pick-up available 11 am – 9 pm

Delivery available via DoorDash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Postmates.


Black Bear Diner

phone: 775-883-0900

To go orders available with curbside pickup & Door Dash Delivery


Bella Vita Bistro

phone: 775-515-4300

To go orders with curbside pick-up & delivery available.

Wine from their huge selection. 



phone: 775-267-0044

To go orders with curbside pick-up & delivery available.


Cucina Lupo

phone: 775-461-0441

To go orders with curbside pick-up available.


El Charro Avitia

phone: 775-883-6261

To go orders with curbside pick-up available 11am – 7 pm. 

Delivery via Doordash & Grubhub


Flat Earth Pizza

phone: 775-434-7144

To go orders with curbside pick-up available. 

Order online at or call.



phone: 775-884-4574

To go orders available – 4pm – 8 pm 



Phone: 775-433-0200

Regular menu to go orders with curbside pick-up available. 

Offering prepared meals that can be microwaved later or freeze. 

Offering pre-orders of 1/2 gallons of whole and chocolate milk from Sand Hill Dairy, check their facebook page for more details. 


Glen Eagles Restaurant

phone: 775-884-4414

To go orders with curbside pick-up and deliveray available 4pm – 8 pm.


Heidi’s Family Restaurant

Phone: 775-882-0486

1020 N. Carson St.

To go orders with curbside pick-up 8 am – 1 pm open Mon – Sun.


LA Bakery

775-885-CAKE (2253)

To go orders with curbside pick-up available.

Also available fresh sanitized produce options all prepackaged. 


Mangia Tutto – Pizzeria e Ristorante

phone: 775-461-3353

To go orders available.  

Delivery by GrubHub:


McDonald’s – South Carson




McDonald’s – North Carson




Ming’s Restaurant

phone: 775-887-8878

To go orders with curbside pick-up available.


Port of Subs – East Carson

phone: 775-883-1552

Have your Port of Subs delivered – order online or through their app! 

To go orders only with curbside pick-up available.


Port of Subs – North Carson

phone: 775-841-7678

Have your Port of Subs delivered – order online or through their app!  

To go orders only with curbside pick-up available.


Port of Subs – South Carson

phone: 775-267-3993

Have your Port of Subs delivered – order online or through their app! 

To go orders only.


Qdoba Mexican Grill

phone: 775-267-9366

To go orders with curbside pick-up available. Delivery available via DoorDash and UberEats.

Order online at QDOBA.COM or via the QDOBA app 


Red’s Old 395 Grill

phone: 775-887-0395

To go orders with curbside pick-up available 11am – 8 pm 


Squeeze In – Carson City

phone: 775-461-3259

To go orders with curbside pick-up available 7am – 2pm.


The Basil Restaurant

phone: 775-841-6100

To go orders available.


The Fox Brewpub

phone: 775-883-1369

To go orders with curbside pick-up available 11am – 7 pm.

Delivery service via and

Beer & Wine to go, see facebook page for more information.


The Poke Beach

phone: 775-291-1082

To go orders with curbside pick-up available.


The Union

phone: 775-885-7307

To go orders with curbside pick-up available.

Union on


Villa Basque Deli & Cafe

phone: 775-884-4451

To go orders with curbside pick-up available 7am – 2pm.

Nevada AG urges Trump Administration to help defeat Corona Virus

AG Aaron Ford
Wants Trump to lift certain restrictions on Corona Virus Research

Attorney General Ford, 14 States Urge Trump Administration to Ease Restrictions on COVID-19 Research

Carson City, NVToday, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford and 14 states wrote a letter to President Trump and the Department of Health and Human Services urging the Administration to end its research ban on fetal tissue to aid the nation’s medical response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The attorneys general argue that lifting this ban could help scientists develop vaccines and study the effect the virus has on pregnant women and children.

“As our state and country faces an unprecedented crisis, now is not the time for politics,” said AG Ford. “If we’re going to overcome this pandemic as a nation, then we need to utilize all the tools in our toolbox, including allowing our scientists develop a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19.”

Scientists at the National Institute of Health who are working on potential therapies for COVID-19 is urging the administration for permission to work on fetal tissue, arguing that the current ban hinders our nation’s ability to address COVID-19. Research using fetal tissue has led to the development of other vaccines, such as those for polio, rubella and measles.

According to the American Medical Association, “fetal tissue has also been used to study the mechanism of viral infections and to diagnose viral infections and inherited diseases, as well as to develop transplant therapies.” This is work that the attorneys general find pertinent to the current COVID-19 health crisis. Recognizing the importance of these scientific contributions, in 1993, members of Congress on both sides of the aisle voted to legalize fetal tissue research. The attorneys general argue that the June 2019 ban impedes necessary research efforts during this unprecedented public health crisis, and are urging the Trump Administration to taking action by lifting this research ban.

In addition to Nevada, other states that participated in this letter include: California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia and Washington.

June primary ballot – mail in ballots or drop off on election day

Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske says due to the lingering health threat of the Corona Virus, Nevada’s primary election vote, scheduled for June 9th, will be by mail-in ballot.  If you prefer not to mail it, take your ballot to a specific polling spot (only one per county) by June 9th and your ballot will be counted.  If not, it won’t be counted.

Well before the June 9th primary election, ballots will be mailed to all registered Nevada voters to fill out.  Once completed, place the ballot into the envelope provided, which is already stamped and pre-addressed to the state’s elections office.  Drop it into a mailbox and you’re done.

You may also register to vote the day of the June 9th election, but that would be cutting it very close especially if there are gaps in the information required on the registration form.


Call going out for donated medical gear to fight Corona Virus

Two Carson City residents hit with Corona Virus


Due to the nationwide shortage in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplies, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office – Emergency Management is coordinating PPE donation sites. We are asking local and regional businesses and non-health care industries, including construction, dental, veterinary, manufacturing, breweries, mining, logging, fisheries etc. to donate their PPE. We are accepting disposable and reusable, unopened and opened, expired and not expired:

  • Masks (N95, surgical, and procedural)
  • Gowns (disposable)
  • Gloves (exam type)
  • Eye Protection (goggles and eye shields)All donated supplies will be redistributed to our most vulnerable healthcare partners who are on the front lines, testing the public for COVID-19. Donators will receive a donation letter that can be used for a tax deduction. If you require PPE for your own personal healthcare, please save those supplies for your use.Starting Wednesday, March 25th donations will be accepted at four locations in the county, North, Central, South and East. These supplies will be coordinated by the Lincoln County Emergency Operations Center and redistributed to local healthcare partners based on priority need.Please fill out the form located on our county website and bring it with you to drop off your donations. You will receive a “donation receipt” for your items. If you do not have the ability to print form home there will be blank copies at the drop off sites.

Drop Off Locations:

  • North County – Lincoln City
    North Lincoln Fire and Rescue, Bob Everest Station 2525 NW Hwy 101
    Drop off-times: 9:00am-3pm, M-F
  • Central County – Newport Newport Fire Department
    245 NW 10th Street
    Drop off-times: 9:00am-3pm, M-F
  • East County – Toledo Fire Department 285 NE Burgess Road
    Drop off-times: 9:00am-3pm, M-F
  • South County – Central Oregon Coast Fire and Rescue 145 NE Alsea Hwy
    Drop off-times: 9:00am-3pm, M-FDonation Form and Website Information Page: .us/hhs/page/personal-protective-equipment-ppe-donationsThis is a very significant way community members, and business partners can support the healthcare system during this time.


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