by Sarah Drinkwine
Special to The R-C

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November 2, 2013
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1,200 find treats at safety street

Little princesses, ghouls, zombies, superheroes, and more, trick-or-treated at the CVIC Hall on Thursday afternoon. Close to 1,200 children visited Trick-or-Treat Safety Street, sponsored by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Two-year-old twins Kiley and Kaylee Watson were dressed as princesses, and both said they thought it was fun and liked the candy. “It was fun,” said their mother, Tiffany Watson. “It was their first time, so it was very accommodating to that.” Douglas County Youth Services coordinates the event for children and parents to enjoy a safe place for trick-or-treating, said Pat Smith from the Carson Valley Sertoma Club, who …

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