Nevada News

The $113K win that took the sting out of losing in the semifinals of the pickleball event.

Pickleball was created during the 1960s on Bainbridge Island, Washington, when future U.S. Rep. Joel Pritchard and friends were bored and set up a badminton court, only to find the shuttlecock was missing.

“Pickleball is not an old geezer’s game,” so stated Dina Stultz after finishing a set at Carson’s Multi-use Athletic Center, affectionately known simply as the MAC.

23 August 2019 (PRESS RELEASE) — With more pickleball courts than any Las Vegas hotel/casino, the Plaza Hotel and Casino is again the official hotel and title sponsor of the Las Vegas Pickleball Open, 24-28 September. The annual competition saw registration more than double in its second year and expects to welcome nearly 650 players […]

RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — United Cerebral Palsy of Nevada, Toll Brothers Homes, and the Truckee Meadows Pickleball Club have partnered once again to host a pickleball fundraiser to support the local children’s conductive education school. Today’s event supports the THRIVE program, a locally based conductive education therapy school for children with neuromotor disabilities like…

The public wants the city to construct six to eight pickleball courts on a dirt lot across Old Mill Road from the Recreation Center or others in Hafen Park on Hafen Lane. Photo by Barbara Ellestad. During the public comment portion of the Mesquite City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 23, several citizens pleaded with […]

Pickleball popularity is growing in Boulder City, according to Kelly Lehr, sports coordinator for Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department. Local players meet in the new gymnasium at the Parks and Recreation Department, 900 Arizona St., from 9 a.m. to noon weekdays and from 1-3 p.m. most Saturdays. If the gym is being used for […]