Douglas set to take on Spanish Springs for Homecoming

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com For our complete Northern Division I Football section click here After a pair of tough losses on the road over the past two weeks, the Douglas High football team comes home Friday night to celebrate Homecoming against Spanish Springs at 7 p.m. Douglas had a late rally fall short against Manogue last week, falling 18-13 after taking its first lead in … Continue reading Douglas set to take on Spanish Springs for Homecoming

‘Every Single One Of Us In Here Wants To Be Incredible’

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com He heads a movement entitled, “Dude. Be nice.” But he certainly doesn’t pull punches. Especially when it comes to kids looking out at their potential futures. Mike Smith , the self-professed Professional Teenager, spoke to Douglas High students, as well as visiting students from Pau-Wa-Lu, CVMS and ASPIRE Thursday morning, covering a broad range of ground in 40 minutes. Smith is … Continue reading ‘Every Single One Of Us In Here Wants To Be Incredible’

Fall Colors In Carson Valley

  Valley trees are afire with the burnished colors of Fall. We’re collecting your photos of the brilliant colors that tend the appear this time of year in the area and posting them here. Feel free to send photos to joey@carsonvalleytimes.com or post to our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/cvalleytimes. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS           Continue reading Fall Colors In Carson Valley

Good Morning, Carson Valley: Oct. 9

Morning News Roundup by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com We may be out of the 80 degree weather for quite a while. We say that not really knowing anything about anything, except that we’re looking at 76 degrees and a steady cooling trend down into the 60s by late next week. It’ll be clear skies and light winds across the board. The Douglas girls tennis team hosts … Continue reading Good Morning, Carson Valley: Oct. 9