The R-C Morning Report for Nov. 30
November 30, 2016
Genoa, Nev. — A nationwide, no-bail warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Reno man who pulled a knife on a Gardnerville Walmart security officer. This is the second time Dylan Mitts, 24, has failed to appear for a sentencing.
There’s a blood drive at Douglas High School 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. You can sign up by going to http://www.bloodhero.com and using the sponsor code douglashigh.
The R-C is in the process of moving back into its main offices this week. Advertising went over on Tuesday and I expect editorial to be back in by the end of business today. We’re going to be closed for a couple of hours this morning before the big event.
I find it telling that Ebbetts, Monitor, Sonora and Tioga passes haven’t been closed for the season yet. Last year three of the four were shut down before the end of November.
It’s actually warmer out today that it was on Tuesday by a couple of degrees. That just means it’s 21 degrees, instead of 17. But warmer is warmer.
Today expect a high temperature of 47 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. There’s a chance of snow showers tonight and Thursday. That could slick up the roads some for Thursday’s commute.