Girls Golf: Terada ties for 1st at Rosewood Lakes

Staff Reports The Douglas High girls golf team tied for third place at a Sierra League tournament at Rosewood Lakes Wednesday. Koko Terada tied for first with a 78. Mari Pimental shot a 95,  Amanda Davidson shot a 97, Hunter Langford shot a 118 and Mackenzie Rose shot a 138.   PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Continue reading Girls Golf: Terada ties for 1st at Rosewood Lakes

Boys Soccer: Douglas falls to Damonte Ranch

Courtesy of the Douglas High Boys Soccer Program Damonte beat Douglas in a hard fought game 3-1 in Reno Wednesday night. Pedro Vega scored for the Tigers to cut the score to 2-1 with six minutes left. Douglas coach Milko Vasquez said Matt Romanowitz and Luke Heinrichs well defensively and on the goal respectively.   PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Continue reading Boys Soccer: Douglas falls to Damonte Ranch

New uniforms on the way, Douglas High marching band raising funds to foot the bill

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com Sometime in the near future, the Douglas High School “Pride of the Carson Valley” marching band will retire its 19-year-old marching uniforms. When exactly that will happen, though, remains to be seen. “Apparently this was a big year for new marching uniforms,” Douglas High music director Allison Smith said with a laugh. “The company was telling us that it seemed like … Continue reading New uniforms on the way, Douglas High marching band raising funds to foot the bill

Don Q’s Fishing Report for Northern Nevada & Beyond: Oct. 8

by Don Quilici, Special to the Carson Valley Times Fishing Report As of October 08 ALMANOR LAKE, CALIF: Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (530-365-7500) (www.shastacascade.com) reports: Between windy conditions and the lake turning over, water clarity has been very bad.  A lot of scent is required on all of your presentations for fish to find it. Barring any more big wind, water clarity should improve as … Continue reading Don Q’s Fishing Report for Northern Nevada & Beyond: Oct. 8

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office seeks runaway juvenile, 16 years old

by Sgt. Pat Brooks, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Gardnerville, Nevada – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a 16 year-old runaway juvenile, Mia Swenson. Mia was last seen on Friday, October 3, 2014. It has been reported by her family that Mia has recently been suffering from depression, and they are concerned for her well-being. Mia lives in the … Continue reading Douglas County Sheriff’s Office seeks runaway juvenile, 16 years old

Douglas High alumni invited for free homecoming barbecue, tour on Oct. 10

Staff Reports It’s homecoming week at Douglas High School and current students and faculty are inviting all Alumni for a free barbecue (hot dogs and hamburgers) from 5 to 6:15 p.m. Friday prior to the Douglas vs. Spanish Springs football game. The campus has undergone massive changes in the past six months and tours of the new facilities and other changes will be offered during … Continue reading Douglas High alumni invited for free homecoming barbecue, tour on Oct. 10