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Palmer doubles up; qualifies for second Olympic event

Krysta Palmer secured another Olympic Diving team spot in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics Saturday in the individual 3-meter dive.

Two sought in Cave Rock vehicle break-in

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to identify two people believed to be involved in a vehicle burglary and the fraudulent use of a credit card.

Christian perspectives on education

There is a great divide in the area of education, between secularists, materialists, and atheists with traditional Christian faith.

Sertomans award $22K in scholarships

Sertomans awarded six book scholarships and one vocational scholarship to 2021 seniors on May 28.

How to avoid challenges to a will or a trust

Estate planning documents such as a will or trust can be challenged by a dissatisfied family member after the creator’s death. If a challenge is successful, the creator’s intended distributions will be revised. Even if a challenge is unsuccessful, the process itself will be expensive and ultimately reduce the value of the estate. Therefore, it is important to take steps to avoid a challenge to one’s will or trust.

Jacks Valley fire a clear warning sign

Clearing brush under power poles along Jacks Valley Road helped saved homes in the north Douglas County neighborhood from Wednesday’s fire.

Retired Tiger football coach citizen of the year

Tiger Coach Ernie Monfiletto was named Citizen of the Year by the Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club

Tahoe Beach Club secures construction funding for 2nd phase

The second phase of a high-end Stateline community at Lake Tahoe has secured a $115 construction loan.

Countdown to Carson Valley Days Parade

Highway 395 closes at 8 a.m. through Minden and Gardnerville for the Carson Valley Days Parade

Bishop man being held in connection with arson at Lee Vining Motel

Bishop man in custody on $1 million bail in arson at Lee Vining Motel

Nevada Discovery Rider arrives in Carson Valley on Saturday

Long rider arrives in Carson Valley on Saturday while the Pony Express Reride is coming through on Thursday

Parade to close Highway 395 by 8 a.m. Saturday

The annual Carson Valley Days Parade will result in Highway 395 being closed through Minden and Gardnerville on Saturday.

The June 11, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley.

Palmer qualifies for US Diving Olympic team

Douglas High graduate Krysta Palmer is officially a part of the U.S. Diving Olympic Team.

Local brothers take rodeo road to nationals

Gardnerville brothers Andrew and Colby Morian both rode away with titles at the Nevada State High School Rodeo Association’s State Finals Rodeo in Winnemucca over Memorial Day weekend.

Eliminating property rights for vaccine dangerous

President Biden capitulated yet again to political far-left progressives in the Democratic Party when he announced support for a waiver of valuable U.S. COVID-19 vaccine intellectual-property (patent) rights.

June 10, 2021, Letters to the R-C Editor

June 10, 2021, Letters to the Editor

Welcome Carson Valley Days

The official opinion of The Record-Courier

Jacks Valley Fire could be contained today

The size of the fire has been reduced to 285 acres after better mapping

Krysta Palmer tops 3-meter synchronized field in semifinals

Krysta Palmer competes today in the 3-meter synchronized finals. Plus, a Douglas High grad is advancing through the Div. II College World Series, the NIAA anticipates a normal year for 2021-22 and Capital City Hoops lessons