Carson City Blog

Carson City is a complicated place. It's calm and simple on the surface with a whole lot going on underneath. For one thing, it's a nice little city with a lot of shopping opportunities, professional services, arts and entertainment surrounded by a nice rural and agricultural region. It creates another layer of activity being located in Nevada, having the casinos and gaming action going on. Throw in the fact that Carson City is the capital of the state, with all of the politics and legislation that this involves, and you've got yourself a bustling little metropolis. With all of that coming and going, it's easy to miss out on something you really wanted to be involved in. One way to stay on top of all the A-list events is to be sure to check our weekly blog. You'll get the news from people who know the capital city best, with the inside story on everything happening from Washoe Valley all the way down to Indian Hills and the Carson Valley and from C-Hill on over toward Mound House and Dayton. From the politicians and the professionals to the ranchers and the retirees, from the state workers to the casino executives, we'll keep you up to date on everything you need to know!

Blog Posts of Carson City

It could be an update of what local bands are playing the lounge circuit this week or a preview of the lineup of celebrities on tap for the Nevada Day parade. Maybe it's a highlight of several top hiking trails in the surrounding hills or some tips for fishing the Carson River. Whatever it is that you want to know about Carson City, just be sure to visit the Carson City blog on a regular basis, and you'll be the best-informed person in town!

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Making History the Nevada Way

By Keith Rugg | Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Here we are into March, notorious for its reputation of starting out like a great African jungle cat and wrapping up like a pet tended to by a Basque shepherd. But in addition to the changing weather, top of the mind for March is the fact that it's National Women's History Month. This celebration first began in 1981... Read More

Cures for Carson Cabin Fever

By Keith Rugg | Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Winter in Northern Nevada can stretch on for a long, long time, particularly when someone had the big idea to throw an extra day into February, just for the fun of it. Even during years when the snow season is relatively mild, the thought of springtime sunshine and summer excursions to the old swimmin' hole can have... Read More

Howdy Pardner, This Here is Chocolate Country

By Keith Rugg | Sunday, February 2, 2020
Last week I guided us on a virtual tour of some chocolate and candy shops around Reno, but I don't want to give the impression that you have to be in the big city in order to score some sweet Valentine's Day treats. There's lots of chocolatey goodness to be found outside of the Biggest Little City as well. And there's... Read More

Take a Walk Around Carson Valley

By Keith Rugg | Monday, January 20, 2020
The sugar rush of the holidays is wearing off and maybe you'd like to shed a few pounds before the sugar rush of Valentine's Day grabs you in its chocolatey little paws. It might also be nice to get out of the house and take in a little fresh air once in a while. I mean, if that groundhog can pop its head out of its... Read More

Spring Forward: Carson City Events This Weekend

By Bryan Akerley | Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Even though spring is right around the corner, Carson City has (finally) been in the throes of cold winter weather for the past week. Sure, it’s a welcome change from the past few months of mild, even warm days and sunny skies. But this weekend our clocks jump ahead an hour, and the days are getting longer. Usually... Read More

Take Out for a Carson City Night In

By Bryan Akerley | Wednesday, February 21, 2018
It’s that time of year again. It seems like year after year in this stretch of February into March, Northern Nevada’s infamous weather does the same thing. We get that tease of warmer spring weather that lasts for about a blink of an eye before another moving storm plunges us into weeks of icy mornings and swirling... Read More