Town Of Gardnerville Announces 2015 Movies In The Park Slate

Staff Reports GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — The Town of Gardnerville will celebrate its 10th season of Movies in the Park at Heritage Park this summer. Their first movie of the season will be June 19 and they will be showing “Jumanji” at dusk. They’ll show “Remember the Titans” July 10; “How to Train Your Dragon 2” July 31 and close out the season with “Guardians of … Continue reading Town Of Gardnerville Announces 2015 Movies In The Park Slate

Gardnerville-based Himalayan Aid Gathering Monetary Donations For Nepal In Wake Of Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake

Staff Reports GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — A magnitude 7.8 earthquake Saturday in the Himalayan country of Nepal has devastated the country, killing more than 3,000 and injuring thousands more. Gardnerville is base to the non-profit organization Himalayan Aid, directed by Jim Rinaldi and his wife, Beth Shrum. They have served the Nepal region for more than 20 years in a variety of capacities, including working to construct … Continue reading Gardnerville-based Himalayan Aid Gathering Monetary Donations For Nepal In Wake Of Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake

2nd Annual Elisa Storke Memorial Dodgeball Tournament Set For May 1, To Benefit Sierra Terhune & Connor McEwen

Special to the Carson Valley Times MINDEN, Nev. — The professional associations of East Fork Fire and Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will square off in the 2nd annual Elisa Storke Memorial Dodgeball Tournament May 1 at 6 p.m. at Douglas High School. Last year they raised over $15,000 to assist Elisa Storke’s baby son Dylan in his college prepaid tuition.  Storke passed away in August 2014 after battling … Continue reading 2nd Annual Elisa Storke Memorial Dodgeball Tournament Set For May 1, To Benefit Sierra Terhune & Connor McEwen

Swimming & Diving: Douglas Cruises Past Reno, Reed

    Results courtesy of the Douglas High School Swimming & Diving Program MINDEN, Nev. — The Douglas High School swimming & diving rolled up dual meet sweeps of REno and Reed at the Carson Valley Swim Center on Friday. The Douglas boys beat Reed 204-84 and beat Reno 199-98. The Lady Tigers beat Reed 210-84, and beat Reno 184-115. As a team, Douglas turned … Continue reading Swimming & Diving: Douglas Cruises Past Reno, Reed

Softball: Douglas Sweeps Doubleheader From Damonte Ranch

  Courtesy of the Douglas High Softball program RENO, Nev. — The Douglas High softball team came back from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Damonte Ranch 10-3 in Game 1 of a doubleheader Saturday in Reno, and then rode the momentum to a 13-4 win in Game 2. “Damonte Ranch is a team that is a player or two away from being a really good team,” … Continue reading Softball: Douglas Sweeps Doubleheader From Damonte Ranch

150 Douglas County School District Teachers Flock To Educational Technology Event

Courtesy of Douglas County School District Information Technology MINDEN, Nev. — Saturday was a huge day for the Douglas County School District.  150 teachers and staff  descended on Douglas High School to learn from their peers.  The topic of the event was Educational Technology.  There were 27 technology breakout sessions and a keynote presentation from Carly Strauss, Northern Nevada Professional Development Trainer. Some teachers are just … Continue reading 150 Douglas County School District Teachers Flock To Educational Technology Event