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CC Board of Supervisors give the green light to 34 Townhome development at Clearview and Silver Sage

34 Townhomes coming up out of the ground at Clearview and Silver Sage

The Carson City Board of Supervisors has given the green light to a major new housing development at Clearview and Silver Sage – 34 single family homes on nearly three acres on the northwest corner of the intersection.  The Carson City Board of Supervisors voted for the project which is now just getting underway.  It’ll be a race between fall and winter in getting such an ambitious effort pretty much wrapped up by winter.    Carson City on the grow….

Explosion reported behind the Whiskey Tavern at 3481 Hwy 50E

What may have been a transient behind The Whiskey Tavern at 3481 Highway 50 East was loaded into a Carson City Ambulance and then Care Flighted for a quick ride to Renown in Reno.  Details are sketchy but it appears there may have been an explosion among barbecue devices behind the tavern.

Victim loaded into CC Ambulance to meet up with Care Flight for a quick ride to Renown in Reno.  More details as they’re released.

CC Law Enforcement and others raid a house on Gordon

Sheriff’s investigators on Gordon Avenue, East CC Friday evening.

Carson City Sheriff’s investigators are going over a home with a fine tooth comb on Gordon Street in east Carson City, right off Fairview. Sheriff’s Deputies got word that there may be drugs in a house. The first going over deputies didn’t find anything illegal but may have discovered substances that might be high-end illegal drugs.

Upon continued examination law enforcement found drugs that are not common but are illegal to manufacture without a license.

Big Band in the Black Box at Brewery Arts Center

Mile High Jazz Band presents “Big Band in the Black Box”
Tuesday, October 12, at the Brewery Arts Center
Following five months of outdoor dinner shows at Living the Good Life, the Mile High Jazz Band is bringing their October performance indoors. They will perform “Big Band in the Black Box” on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Maizie Harris Jesse Black Box Theater at the Brewery Arts Center, 449 W. King St., Carson City.  Patrons may enter through the Artisans Store entrance.
Tickets are $10 per person, and seating is limited.   Tickets may be purchased online at milehighjazz.com or may be reserved by calling 775-883-4154.  Tickets will also be sold at the door.  Doors open at 7:10 p.m.  The audience is required to wear masks, per current city and state COVID regulations.
The performance will feature favorite big-band jazz tunes and the vocal stylings of Jakki Ford. Pianist and band leader David Bugli said, “The band hopes to dazzle you with some new repertoire, plus a number of old favorites.”  Trumpeter Bill Melendres will be featured on Dizzy Gillespie’s “A Night in Tunisia” and Thelonious Monk’s “Round Midnight.”  Other solos feature the talents of saxophonists Rich Davis, Jake Xie, and Chris Guerra; trombonists Joe Cadena and Mario Ibanez; and trumpeter Karl Rinder.  Jakki Ford will sing “That Old Black Magic,” an upbeat version of  “It Was a Very Good Year,” and other vocal classics.
Mile High Jazz Band is supported in part by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development provided additional support through its Nevada Pandemic Emergency Technical Support (PETS) Grant for 2021. For information about the band and its activities, see milehighjazz.com

Schoolchildren in Carson City to Celebrate Walk to School Day Wednesday

Students in Carson City are invited to participate in various Walk to School Day events Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. Many parents, teachers and administrators plan to join students in organized walks to promote safely walking or bicycling to school. 

International Walk to School Day is a global event that involves communities from more than 40 countries walking and biking to school on the same day. It began in 1997 as a one-day event. Over time, it has become part of a movement for year-round safe routes to school and a celebration each October. Today, thousands of schools across the country – from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico – participate every October.

In conjunction with Nevada Moves Day, a statewide event held in March each year, the day celebrates the fun and benefits of walking and bicycling to school. It also encourages K-8 students, school staff and families to get physically active.

During International Walk to School Day and every day, drivers should watch for children walking and bicycling to school and be mindful of school zone speed reductions, as well as varying school start times. Motorists should also only pass bicyclists when it is safe with at least three feet of space between the bicycle and vehicle and never overtake a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk.

Pedestrians and bicyclists should only cross streets when safe and always look for vehicles before and while crossing. Per state law, no U-turns or passing are allowed in active school zones or school crossing zones. 

For more information about Wednesday’s Walk to School Day, please contact Carson City’s Transportation Planner & Western Nevada Safe Routes to School Coordinator Kelly Norman, knorman@carson.org, 775-283-7525.

Principals and/or staff will meet at the following locations and walk to the school with the students. All students who walk to or at school will be recognized. 

Wednesday, Oct. 6: 

Eagle Valley Middle School, 4151 E. 5th St. (7:00-7:40 a.m.)
Meeting place at the entrance to the basketball courts near the new drop-off zone above the school. Students who walk to school will be recognized with prizes and hot chocolate.  

Empire Elementary School, 1260 Monte Rosa
No meeting place. Students who walk to school will be recognized. 

Fremont Elementary School, 1511 Firebox Road (7:45 a.m.) 

Start: U.S. Post Office, 1111 S. Roop St., to the school 

Start: Gas Station, 1615 E. 5th St., to the school 

Thursday, Oct. 7: 

Fritsch Elementary School, 504 Bath St. (7:45 a.m.) 

Start: Corner of N. Ormsby Blvd. and W. Winnie Ln. to the school 

 

Schoolchildren in Carson City to Celebrate “Walk to School Day” Wednesday 

Portrait of happy school kids talking while walking to school.

Students in Carson City are invited to participate in various Walk to School Day events Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. Many parents, teachers and administrators plan to join students in organized walks to promote safely walking or bicycling to school. 

International Walk to School Day is a global event that involves communities from more than 40 countries walking and biking to school on the same day. It began in 1997 as a one-day event. Over time, it has become part of a movement for year-round safe routes to school and a celebration each October. Today, thousands of schools across the country – from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico – participate every October. 

In conjunction with Nevada Moves Day, a statewide event held in March each year, the day celebrates the fun and benefits of walking and bicycling to school. It also encourages K-8 students, school staff and families to get physically active.  

During International Walk to School Day and every day, drivers should watch for children walking and bicycling to school and be mindful of school zone speed reductions, as well as varying school start times. Motorists should also only pass bicyclists when it is safe with at least three feet of space between the bicycle and vehicle and never overtake a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk. 

Pedestrians and bicyclists should only cross streets when safe and always look for vehicles before and while crossing. Per state law, no U-turns or passing are allowed in active school zones or school crossing zones. 

For more information about Wednesday’s Walk to School Day, please contact Carson City’s Transportation Planner & Western Nevada Safe Routes to School Coordinator Kelly Norman, knorman@carson.org, 775-283-7525.

Principals and/or staff will meet at the following locations and walk to the school with the students. All students who walk to or at school will be recognized. 

Wednesday, Oct. 6: 

Eagle Valley Middle School, 4151 E. 5th St. (7:00-7:40 a.m.)
Meeting place at the entrance to the basketball courts near the new drop-off zone above the school. Students who walk to school will be recognized with prizes and hot chocolate.  

Empire Elementary School, 1260 Monte Rosa
No meeting place. Students who walk to school will be recognized.

Fremont Elementary School, 1511 Firebox Road (7:45 a.m.) 

Start: U.S. Post Office, 1111 S. Roop St., to the school 

Start: Gas Station, 1615 E. 5th St., to the school 

Thursday, Oct. 7: 

Fritsch Elementary School, 504 Bath St. (7:45 a.m.) 

Start: Corner of N. Ormsby Blvd. and W. Winnie Ln. to the school 

 

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