Tahoe Goes High Tech To Fight Aquatic Invasive Weeds

Courtesy of The Tahoe Fund · 3 min read INCLINE VILLAGE Nev. — The Tahoe Fund announced Tuesday the start of an innovative pilot project to test the use of UV light to fight aquatic invasive weeds in Lake Tahoe. The UV light boat has been deployed in South Lake Tahoe, CA and has begun analyzing the effects of deep penetrating UV light on aquatic invasive … Continue reading Tahoe Goes High Tech To Fight Aquatic Invasive Weeds

Mountain Biking’s Growth And Importance

Courtesy of BikeTahoe.org · 2 min read STATELINE, Nev. – The sport of mountain biking is growing worldwide and making important economic impacts on communities and Tahoe is no exception. “When communities build their identity as a “gateway destination” to unique well designed and maintained trails with easy access to lodging, bars and entertainment – bicyclists come and spend”, according to Bike Tahoe president, Ty Polastri. … Continue reading Mountain Biking’s Growth And Importance

Douglas County Crime & Emergency Services Map For April 27-May 3

Staff Reports GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Douglas County GIS department have collaborated to develop a crime/incident map to will allow citizens to identify incidents that occur in their neighborhood and throughout the county. The Sheriff’s Office provides this tool to the citizens of the county to enhance communication with the public and provide for additional opportunities to receive information from … Continue reading Douglas County Crime & Emergency Services Map For April 27-May 3

Portrait Of The Artist: How Terrence Martin Is Changing The World One Sculpture At A Time

by Scott Neuffer, Special to the Carson Valley Times He is a sculptor of metal. A liberator of metal. His art hinges on a paradox—how to make hard, dead material alive, fluid. “Six hundred pounds of metal can talk,” he tells the world. “Really. It moves, it sings, it’s delicate—and the most amazing thing about metal is that it makes people talk. And move. Maybe … Continue reading Portrait Of The Artist: How Terrence Martin Is Changing The World One Sculpture At A Time

Good Morning, Carson Valley: Jan. 29

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com Click Here To Subscribe To Our Daily E-Mail Edition: http://eepurl.com/-wOvX GARDNERVILLE, Nev., January 29, 2015 – Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval will be at the Starbucks Roasting Plant in Minden today to help launch the Starbucks Inclusion Academy, a new job training program at the Carson Valley Roasting Plant and Distribution Center that will help people with disabilities gain the skills they … Continue reading Good Morning, Carson Valley: Jan. 29

Nevada Department of Transportation Kingsbury Grade Project Substantially Completes One Year Ahead of Schedule

by Meg Ragonese, Nevada Department of Transportation Construction Work Substantially Completed This Week; Major Work Will Not Continue Next Season as Originally Scheduled        CARSON CITY, Nev., November 20, 2014  –  The Nevada Department of Transportation is announcing that a project to repave and enhance Kingsbury Grade (State Route 207) will substantially complete one season ahead of schedule. Major work on the project, originally scheduled … Continue reading Nevada Department of Transportation Kingsbury Grade Project Substantially Completes One Year Ahead of Schedule