Silver Strike Lanes to re-open

The Carson Valley Times received this letter from Jericho Enterprises Friday. Within, the company, which runs the Tillman Center in the Gardnerville Ranchos, announced its intentions to re-open Silver...

The long haul: Young and in Business in Douglas County

How small businesses are surviving, even thriving, in a slow economic recovery by Scott Neuffer, scott.neuffer@outlook.com As the economic distress of the last decade becomes the subject of history...

Silver Strike Lanes owners announce closure

Joe and Diana Shaffer, owners of Silver Strike Lanes which closed earlier this week, released this statement this morning: “It is with heavy hearts that we have to announce...

T&T Automotive expanding

T&T Automotive, located in Gardnerville at 1482 Southgate Drive, is in the process of expanding its shop. ASE certified mechanic Tim Rutherford said the business will be opening up...

Jacobs Family Berry Farm: Defining the emerging venue of “Ag Tourism”

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com Much of Carson Valley’s quickly-developing Valley Visioning plan is focused on re-establishing a link between the community and the land. Along with that comes a...

Southgate Business Block Party set for Sunday in Gardnerville

The businesses on Southgate in Gardnerville have gathered together a free block party for the public set for Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Details are below, including...

Open house at Ahern Rentals in Gardnerville upcoming (VIDEO)

Ahern Rentals in Gardnerville, (1247 HIghway 395), will host an open house Aug. 16-17 to showcase its 10,000 square feet of hardware. They will offer free house keys made...

Nevada Unique Store cooking up something … err … unique

by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com It’s an idea that is lighter on inventory at the moment and heavy on what it could grow into in the near future. The Nevada...

Splash Dogs to highlight CVI birthday

The Carson Valley Inn is celebrating its 29th Birthday on Sunday, Aug. 11 with Blues, Brews & Splash Dogs! The day’s events include a free Splash Dogs Jumping Competition...

Build it and they will come

by Scott Neuffer The two largest construction projects in Carson Valley represent massive public investments in the future. The remodeled Douglas High School and the brand new Douglas County...

GE Bently Military Appreciation Fair Sunday

Story by GE Bently Nevada GE’s Bently Nevada will host its second annual appreciation fair for United States veterans July 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. The event...

Sidewalk Gallery re-opens

Paula Lochridge, Main Street Gardnerville  Main Street Gardnerville has updated its “Sidewalk Gallery” with photography art work from several Douglas High School students. The photos have been mounted by...

Corner Bar celebrates one year

The Corner Bar on Esmeralda Avenue in Minden is having its first birthday party on Saturday  with a band starting at 5 p.m. and a BBQ beginning at 3 p.m. The Little City...

Doctors share memories of growing up in the Valley

by Annie Gastelum, Special to the Carson Valley Times CARSON CITY –  It’s not unusual to have two well-qualified, young doctors apply for the same position. What is uncommon...

Today’s View

Brad Cockman grabbed a great shot of the Gardnerville Historical Landmark sign in front of the JT last night during the wine walk in downtown Gardnerville. For good measure,...

1862 David Walleys earns national magazine honor

Special to the Carson Valley Times Genoa — 1862 David Walley’s  Restaurant and Saloon proudly accepts national recognition for receiving Wine  Spectator magazine’s 2013 “Award of Excellence”. The fine...

Store gives modern twist to old-fashioned candy store

Story special to the Carson Valley Times Downtown  Gardnerville has just become a little  sweeter with the opening of Polka Dots a traditional candy, card and gift  store.  Located in...

CVI events center nearly complete

Story and photos by Joey Crandall I had the privilege of touring Carson Valley Inn’s new 12,000-square-foot outdoor events center this morning. Construction, which began earlier this year, is...