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Have you seen this man?

Wanted man who used a stolen credit card

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division is asking for assistance in identifying an unknown suspect, alleged to have fraudulently used a stolen credit card.

On August 18, 2020 an unidentified male suspect used a stolen credit card to make various purchases in and around Carson City. One of the fraudulent transactions is tied to video surveillance which shows the suspect to be a white male wearing glasses, a black shirt, and having dark hair. He was also wearing blue jeans, has tattoos on both forearms, and was seen in a large blue van. The van appears to be an older Dodge Ram, is blue with a white top, and has an emblem on the front grill which appears to be in the shape of a skull. There is also an unknown passenger in the van; pictures provided below.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch (775) 887-2677, Investigations Division, Detective Darin Riggin (775)283-7853, Investigations Lieutenant Daniel Gonzales (775)283-7850 or Secret Witness (775)322-4900.

Three more confirmed cases of COVID-19 Virus in the school district transportation facility and one at Carson High School

Corona Virus grows within the CCSD Bus Barn and possibly elsewhere…

Three Additional Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in school district bus barn and one at Carson High School

The Carson City School District reported an additional three positive COVID-19 cases. Two of the persons work in the transportation department with a connection to the previously reported case. Those employees previously identified will continue to quarantine for the recommended isolation period, and transportation services will resume as soon as possible (at the earliest, Sept. 22, but possibly longer if more employees test positive). The third confirmed case is an individual at Carson High School.

With the new confirmed cases, the district is working closely with Carson City Health and Human Services on contact tracing and anticipates a small number of individuals to be excluded from school and work for the isolation period. Students excluded from school will be provided distance learning opportunities by their classroom teacher. Parents needing additional information are asked to contact their child’s school.

Due to privacy laws, no other information will be released about the positive cases or those who will be excluded from school. We will continue to follow the enhanced cleaning protocol in our schools and facilities per Carson City Health and Human Services guidelines and the Centers for Disease Control guidelines.

Nevada Day Festivities will look “a little different” this year…

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From Nevada Day Committee

The Nevada Day Committee would like to officially announce that due to current Covid-19 conditions the traditional Nevada Day Celebration will have a new look this year.

The focal point of the Nevada Day Weekend is usually the large parade down main street Carson City. Unfortunately this cannot take place like in years past. However, we are working with the Brewery Arts Center and other nonprofits to create mini parades and events throughout the community, along with finding ways to still have the other staple events that make up this unique birthday bash, like the Single Jack Rock Drilling Contest, Hot Air Balloon Launch, and Beard Contest.

Yes, our states historic 156 th Anniversary of statehood will be celebrated!

After a 10 year hiatus, we are proud to announce the return of the Nevada Day Golf Tournament! Located at the beautiful picturesque Silver Oak Golf Course, the tournament will take place Saturday, October 24th, tee time 9:00 A.M, and will include breakfast, lunch, and a copious amount of giveaways and raffle prizes. More details to follow.

We will update you on all the upcoming events over Nevada Day weekend as they are finalized. They will be posted on Nevadaday.com, Facebook, or Instagram, announced on CarsonNow, or you can call or visit the Nevada Day Store. The phone number is 775-882-2600 and we are located at 716 N Carson Street next to the Nevada State Museum.

For sponsorship opportunities please contact the office or e-mail us at nevadaday@nevadaday.com.

Please continue to spray, sanitize, wipe, wash, and wear so we can have a Nevada Day Parade next year!

Trump tries to stiff Nevada National Guard – Gov. Sisolak gets around it…

Governor Sisolak blasts Trump on failure to keep promise to help fund covid testing…

Gov. Sisolak issues statement on Nevada National Guard request denial

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak issued the following statement in response to the White House denying the State’s request to have the federal government fully fund the Nevada National Guard’s COVID-19 response efforts through the end of the year.

Since the Guard’s activation in early April, federal Title 32 funding covered 100 percent of the related costs. In early August, the White House officially announced the federal government would fund 75 percent of the Nevada National Guard through December 31. Since then, President Trump has approved full funding of National Guard duties in five states to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

As a result of the President’s decision, Nevada will use Coronavirus Relief Funds to cover the State’s share of the cost burden to keep the Nevada National Guard activated through the end of December.

Even before the official announcement, the Governor’s Office had made multiple requests to the White House, President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence requesting full federal funding for the Nevada National Guard, and requested the opportunity for Gov. Sisolak to discuss the request directly with President Trump.

The Nevada National Guard has been a critical resource for the State, providing assistance with community based testing, contact tracing, laboratory and logistical support operations, food distribution and staff in the state emergency operations center.

On Wednesday evening, the Governor’s Office was informed that President Trump would not approve the request to provide full federal funding for the Nevada National Guard’s COVID-19 response effort.

“There is no rational justification for providing some states full federal funding for the Guard and denying a state like Nevada, which is still facing an increased transmission risk in our largest counties and devastating economic impacts as a result of this pandemic,” said Gov. Sisolak. “The Nevada National Guard has led our State in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be critical to the success of our recovery efforts going forward. I am disappointed in the President’s decision and urge him to reconsider based on Nevada’s current situation. As Governor, I will continue to advocate to bring in more federal funds to help Nevada’s ongoing response efforts.”

The Nevada National Guard’s coronavirus response marks the largest state activation in history.

The Nevada National Guard established four ongoing community based sample collection sites and staffed 24 mobile sample collection teams around rural Nevada. Ten of the mobile teams traveled to Native American communities throughout the state. Guard Soldiers and Airmen also maintained the state’s strategic stockpile and warehouses in northern and southern Nevada. The Guard has been instrumental in Nevada’s emergency response to COVID-19.

 

 

Free meals continue for kids – parents and kids can pick them up from any school

The U.S. Agriculture Department has extended the free school meal program to millions of children nationwide. The program allows families in need to pick up free food from any convenient school campus, even if their child is not enrolled there. In the past, this program was only offered during summer months when school was not in session. Now it has been extended through the remainder of 2020 (subject to change due to available funding).  

The Carson City School District’s Nutrition Services will provide free lunch and breakfast for all children 18 and under beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. Meals will be provided at the student’s request, and meals for the following day will also be available in grab-and-go style for students participating in the hybrid learning model where they attend school in-person twice weekly. Monday and Tuesday meals for Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 students will also be available every Monday through Dec. 31 from 9-10 a.m. at all Carson City School District school sites except Pioneer High School.

Beginning Monday, Sept. 14, and every Monday through Dec. 31, Monday-Friday meal boxes will be available for pick up from 9-10 a.m. for all full-time online remote learners at all Carson City School District school sites except Pioneer High School. Parents or families may pick up meals without student(s) present. Parents and families may also contact Nutrition Services at 775-283-2150, if they have additional questions.

More Covid-19 cases inside school district transportation department/one case from Bordewich Bray

The Carson City School District reported three additional positive COVID-19 cases. Two of the persons work in the transportation department with a connection to the previously reported cases. The last day of exposure was the same as the first reported case. Those employees previously identified will continue to quarantine for the recommended isolation period, and transportation services will resume as soon as possible (at the earliest, Sept. 15, but possibly longer if more employees test positive). The third confirmed case is an employee who works at Bordewich Bray Elementary School.

With the new confirmed cases, the district is working closely with Carson City Health and Human Services on contact tracing and anticipates a small number of individuals to be excluded from school and work for the isolation period. Students excluded from school will be provided distance learning opportunities by their classroom teacher.

Due to privacy laws, no other information will be released about the positive cases or those who will be excluded from school. We will continue to follow the enhanced cleaning protocol in our schools and facilities per Carson City Health and Human Services guidelines and the Centers for Disease Control guidelines.

Donald Trump: No Room at the Inn

Trump rallies in Vegas and Reno evaporate…

It turns out that President Trump’s plans for big political rallies in Reno and Las Vegas have evaporated. The main reason is that Governor Sisolak and the state’s two biggest airports where the rallies were planned said no because there is a face-mask mandate and a crowd size limit of 50 people.  Trump’s rallies are a little bit bigger than that.

Car headed north on Deer Run rolls off the road…

Some young folks in a car headed northbound on Deer Run Road near Sedge Road Wednesday afternoon are probably a bit more skeptical of the driver’s motoring skills.  The vehicle left the east side of a straightaway, lost traction and slammed top-first into a high embankment.  Fortunately, nobody badly hurt.  But the car looks pretty totaled.

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