The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division is asking for assistance in identifying an unknown suspect, alleged to have broken into a home and assaulted the resident.
On May 13, 2020 a male suspect entered a residence, without permission, in the area of Colorado and Kansas. The home owner returned home for lunch, found the male suspect in a back room, and they had an altercation before the suspect fled on foot. The suspect is described as an average build Caucasian male, in his 40s, and approximately six feet tall. He was also bald and may have a tattoo on his right forearm. Lastly, he was wearing a red t-shirt and blue jeans. He may have sustained minor facial injuries from the altercation with the home owner and was holding his chest when he fled.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch (775) 887-2677, Investigation Division, Detective Darin Riggin (775)283-7853, Investigations Sergeant Daniel Gonzales (775)283-7850 or Secret Witness (775)322-4900.
Case # 2020-2556
2:19pm Hay fire at 2750 Highway 50 East, Nichols and Mercury. Fast acting firefighters have put it out…checking for any extension.
Carson City Symphony launches ‘Project Euterpe’ videos to showcase local artists,and ensembles for all of Carson City to see and hear….
The Carson City Symphony and its associated ensembles have been entertaining people in the Carson City area for 36 seasons. Because they can’t currently perform live, in person, they are producing a series of once-or-twice-weekly video episodes to showcase the talents of their local artists, ensembles, and guest artists.
These episodes, called Project Euterpe will include excerpts from past concerts, some solo and small ensemble performances, previews of things to come, and perhaps some of the master classes taught by our guest soloists.
Project Euterpe is named for the muse of music in Greek mythology. She and her eight sisters, the other muses, lived on Mt. Olympus and entertained their father Zeus and the other Olympian gods with their artistry.
Symphony Conductor David Bugli said, “Euterpe was known by ancient poets as the ‘Giver of delight,’ and ancient Greek musicians would call on her aid in composing their lyric poetry and music. So, we are calling on her aid to help us communicate with our audience.”
Carson City Symphony ensembles hope to return to regular performances in the fall of 2020. Meanwhile, they invite the public to enjoy Project Euterpe videos.
Links to all episodes will be available on the Symphony website CCSymphony.com and posted on the Facebook page facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.
For more information on Carson City Symphony, its educational programs and performing groups, see CCSymphony.com.
6;24pm – Traffic crash at Viking and Sherman Way. Watch for emergency responders.
An update from your Nevada Day Board
During these uncertain and challenging times the Nevada Day Committee hopes everyone remains safe and healthy.
Although we have seen way too many wonderful annual events being cancelled or postponed this year, we at Nevada Day are still moving forward planning this year’s Parade and related events. The event and parade will be October 30th. We are hopeful that current restrictions will be lifted or at least relaxed enough to allow larger social gatherings.
As Parade Applications become available June 1st, we must plan for the best, but unfortunately the worst as well. We will be accepting applications for parade entries and vendor booths to be reserved on a first come first served basis. If the event has to be cancelled we will be offering 3 options for our applicants: A full refund, fees applied to the 2021 parade, or donating all or a portion to our Nevada Day Inc., a non for profit 501c3.
This also applies to our many generous sponsors for which without them this treasured event would not be possible. Funding is always a challenge for us, as it is for most nonprofits, making it even more difficult to see their main, or only, fundraising events being canceled.
Besides some funding set aside by the City of Carson, most Nevada Day Inc. funds come from sponsorships, entry fees, vendors and merchandise. Speaking of merchandise, unfortunately the Nevada Day Store inside the Visitor’s Center had to close. We are hoping to reopen again in June.
We will keep everyone updated as developments arise and will do our very best to preserve this historic 156 year old tradition, so please join us, we cannot do it without the tremendous support from our Community, Neighbors, and all fellow Nevadans. Thank you!
The 2020 Nevada Day Parade theme is: “Historic Moments in Nevada”
Numerous moments throughout our state’s history help shape and define Nevada. From the day this glorious state was born on October 31, 1864 during the Civil War, to the current year 2020, specific periods in time during our 156 years of statehood tend to stand out and set us apart from the other 49.
From the historic Gold and Silver Boom in the Comstock, legalized gaming and prostitution, quickie divorces – I imagine with some of the earlier Settlers this could have happened in that exact order – Women’s Suffrage, UFO sightings (landings?), on to the more recent decision of legalizing Cannabis.
Yes, Nevada has indeed had its share of unique moments occur in the past, with undoubtedly more in store for the future, and the Nevada Day Committee felt it was time to reflect back on them.
Also, please share with us on Facebook and Instagram when your company, organization, or business first took root in Nevada; we would like to share your story. Plus, what historic moment do you feel was the most significant?
Thank you for you continued support of this amazing, historical Nevada tradition!
Please visit The Nevada Day Store located inside the Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority at 716 North Carson, we would love to see you!
Get involved and help support this Historical Celebration of Nevada’s Admission into the Union as our 36th state.