Dare To Be A Cowboy

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com The idea was born over conversation at family dinner. Within 12 hours, there was a Facebook page live online and a mission statement sitting on the table. “I always had it in mind to start a non-profit,” Hannah-Beth Tems said. “I just couldn’t find my idea.” Tems, a longtime rodeo competitor, spent most of last year practicing with a friend who … Continue reading Dare To Be A Cowboy

‘Coach Joey’ Making An Impact On And Off The Field At Douglas High

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com The stickers are still around. “We Believe” marked out in big, white block letters. They’re weathered and sun-bleached in most cases, but they are there. And they still mean the world to the kid they were first intended for. “I don’t think people really know how much that meant to me,” said Douglas High school junior Joey Jacobsen. “There is no … Continue reading ‘Coach Joey’ Making An Impact On And Off The Field At Douglas High

Gathering Of Local Authors At Douglas County Public Library Oct. 15

by Maggie Rusmisel, Douglas County Public Library The Douglas County Public Library in Minden presents a gathering of local authors on Wednesday, October 15 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.  This free event will feature appearances by Todd Borg, Mike White, Scott Neuffer, and Sandie La Nae.  Other participating authors include: Richard Arbib, Douglas Ashby, Ken Beaton, Holly Walton-Buchanan, Tracy Clark, Jim Darrough, Tammy Grace, Warren … Continue reading Gathering Of Local Authors At Douglas County Public Library Oct. 15

Bently Heritage Project Work Begins Inside Minden’s Flour Mill Building

by Heidi Saucedo, Bently Enterprises Minden, Nevada (October 13, 2014)  – On October 14, 2014 Bently Enterprises starts the removal of historic machinery from the more than 100-year-old Minden Flour Mill Building, soon to become Bently Heritage Estate Distillery.   During the spring and summer of 2014 the 25-30 pieces of machinery inside the Mill Building were meticulously cataloged, and photographed. There are over 1,000 … Continue reading Bently Heritage Project Work Begins Inside Minden’s Flour Mill Building

Free Nutrition Seminar Oct. 18 at Carson Valley Medical Center at Ironwood

Free Nutrition Seminar: Living with Type II Diabetes? You could be one of many who reverse your diabetes through lifestyle change. Learn more about how small changes in nutrition habits can make a big difference in your health status. The seminar is free, sponsored by Carson Valley Medical Center, and presented by Renie Tharp, RD and Clinical Dietitian at CVMC. Date: Saturday, October 18 Time: … Continue reading Free Nutrition Seminar Oct. 18 at Carson Valley Medical Center at Ironwood

Letters to the Editor: Thanks to the community for making Thirsty Third Thursdays a success

  Editor: On behalf of Main Street Gardnerville, I would like to thank everyone who participated in our 6th annual Thirsty Third Thursday wine walk events… this includes our district businesses, the wine walkers, and our volunteers who continue to come together and make this a successful event for our downtown.   Here are a few wine walker comments on the favorite things that they … Continue reading Letters to the Editor: Thanks to the community for making Thirsty Third Thursdays a success