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Shuttin’ down the dogs until Saturday, May 21st

TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF FUJI DOG PARK FOR MAINTENANCE

(Carson City, NV) – The dog park at Fuji Park will be closed May 20th, for gate maintenance and repairs.

For the safety of the contractor, pets and the public, the dog park must remain closed for the duration of the work, as there is likely to be equipment on site. The dog park will reopen for use on Saturday, May 21st.

During the closure, a fence contractor will be repairing the gates throughout the dog parks. Please avoid this area and take this opportunity to visit other dog friendly parks throughout the city or surrounding areas.

For a list of the other dog friendly parks in Carson City, please visit Carson.org/parksandrec.

Have you seen this smiling boy…

Carson City Sheriff’s Office Seeks Juvenile Runaway

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating 14-year-old Dante Williams.
Dante left his home on May 15, 2022 and has not been seen by his parents since. Anthony is 5’6’’, with brown hair and brown eyes. Dante may be carrying a backpack and wearing Jordan sneakers. Dante does not have any medical conditions and is not considered endangered. See picture below of Dante.

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating 14-year-old Dante Williams.
Dante left his home on May 15, 2022 and has not been seen by his parents since. Anthony is 5’6’’, with brown hair and brown eyes. Dante may be carrying a backpack and wearing Jordan sneakers. Dante does not have any medical conditions and is not considered endangered.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch (775) 887-2008, Investigation Division, Sergeant Craig Lowe (775) 283-7815, Captain Daniel Gonzales at (775) 283-7850, or Secret Witness (775) 322-4900.

 

Shoplifters grab merchandise in Carson City – later captured by Sheriff’s Deputies in Lyon County

ALLEGED ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT SUSPECTS

From: Carson City Sheriff’s Office

On May 7th, four suspects pushed out shopping carts full of merchandise without paying from the Carson City Kohl’s Department Store at 3871 South Carson Street.  The suspects fled in a gold 2003 Acura MDX.

Surveillance store cameras got clear views of the suspects. One suspect, Manuel Coleman of Reno has been identified.  Coleman and his accomplices were eventually arrested for retail theft and other related charges on Wednesday, May 11th, by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office in Fernley. The suspects’ 2003 Acura has been located by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office.

See attached photographs

Anyone with information, please contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Investigation Division –  Case # 2022-2779,  Telephone 775-887-2500.

Suspected shop-lifters

Suspected shoplifters

                                                                  Suspected shoplifters

Suspected shoplifters

 

Fish’s Fundraiser End of the Week…

                                        FISH’s

FUNDRAISER IS IN 5 DAYS!

Mingle with local celebrities as they compete for your tips!
Doors open at 4:30

If you will be there, save some time and sign up for the auction ahead of time!

Bid Here
Tickets
We are thrilled to be holding our first major fundraiser since 2019. All proceeds will go toward our FISH Revitalization Project, which will provide housing and help individuals earn technical certifications and training so that they may obtain higher-paying jobs.

New Space for Creative Carson City Area Artists and Would Be Artists!

Brick + Pine welcomes the community into a unique, peaceful space perfect for photo sessions, classes and more opening May 22


Brick + Pine Studio is a new venue nestled in the heart of Nevada’s capital that provides a calming, inviting atmosphere for the community to let their creative juices flow. Opened by local photographers Kelsea Claassen and Lauren Casto, the studio is offering a brand new experience for the people of Carson City.

With 16 years of photography experience between them, Kelsea and Lauren are excited to bring this new concept to Carson City. Brick + Pine Studio is an open concept space that is well suited for all kinds of activities. Need a place to shoot some family portraits? Brick + Pine offers natural lighting and tasteful, rotating backdrops that compliment the season. Thinking of a chic venue for your next meeting? The studio boasts 1,200 square feet of open space for your gathering. Even if you just want to get out of the house for a change of scenery while you work, you will find an inviting environment where you can focus – and sip on a cup of local coffee.

“We couldn’t be happier to finally open our new studio to the community,” said Kelsea. “We’ve dreamed of such a space like this for a while now, and we’re happy to say we’ve finally made it a reality.”

Brick + Pine Studio is a collaborative space which can be used for almost anything – whether you are taking family portraits, hosting a wellbeing event or teaching a weekly class. Located within walking distance of parks and restaurants, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better venue. Head over to their website to easily book for your event. You can reserve by the hour or book whole and half days.

Want to check out the space? Brick + Pine Studio will kick off its grand opening on May 22 from 11 am-2pm. Come by for food and refreshments and find a showcase of local businesses making use of the studio’s offerings.

“It’s wonderful to see local businesses already showing interest in our studio,” said Lauren. “We’re ready to offer the people of Carson City a fresh and inspiring space to allow their creative spirits to soar. We hope to see you there!”

Highlights

The Brick + Pine Studio is a bright, casual venue nestled in downtown Carson City and is the perfect space for your photography sessions, gatherings, workshops and more

Founders Kelsea Claassen and Lauren Casto bring with them 16 years of photography experience and have crafted the studio in a way that will bring out the best of your creative talents

The grand opening will be held on May 22nd from 11 am-2pm and will feature local businesses and refreshments as you tour the innovative space 



*** About Brick + Pine Studios 
Brick + Pine Studio is a bright and inspiring space ready for a variety of creative uses. We are located in the heart of beautiful and historic downtown Carson City, Nevada and love the feeling of our growing, vibrant town. Brick + Pine Studio is available to rent out as a natural light photography studio, as well as an open space for workshops, classes or gatherings.

Contact
Phone: (775) 230-7368
Email:hello@brickandpinestudio.com

Website
brickandpinestudio.com

Motorcycles: They can be deadly – especially on mountainous curvy roads…

Nevada State Police is reporting three fatal crashes Sunday afternoon in Douglas, Lyon and Storey counties.

NHP is reporting a fatal rollover crash Sunday afternoon on State Route 88 at Kimmerling Road that involved two vehicles – one person was killed.  The road was blocked as of late Sunday afternoon.

There were two fatal motorcycle accidents Sunday afternoon.  There was a fatal motorcycle crash on SR-341 at mile marker 7 at 3:15 p.m.

Nevada State Police also reports a fatal single motorcycle crash on SR-341 at Lyon County Mile Marker 4 reported at 3:56 p.m. According to NHP, the rider was killed.  No word yet on what caused the rider to lose control and crash. The roadway was blocked for quite some time.

Bottom line:  Ride like you want to return home safely.

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