Coming Friday

- Carson Valley residents can stay caffeinated by frequenting one of 13 coffee establishments along Highway 395 and in the Gardnerville Ranchos. Page A1

- More than 50 people showed up at the Carson Valley Inn to discuss growth limits for

Douglas County. Page A1

- Monday is the first day to file for the more than 40 political offices available in Douglas County. Residents have until May 12 to sign up. Page A1

- The developer of Minden Village told a group at Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor's Authority on Wednesday that Carson city and Douglas County should work together to improve Fuji Park. Page A1

- A 12-year-old Pinon Hills Elementary School student hopes to earn enough money at a Parent's Night Out baby-sitting event to go to Australia. Page A2

- An exhibition about the abolition of slavery comes to Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School Monday. "Free at Last: A History of the Abolition of Slavery in America" is displayed through May 31. Page A2

- A man arrested for dealing methamphetamine in 2001 was sentenced to 2-8 years in Nevada State Prison on Tuesday. Page A3

- Thomas Wiese leaves people in amazement when he does close-up magic at Barone & Reed Food Co. on Friday and Saturday nights. Page A8

- The artists of The Artistic Eye hold a grand opening event to show examples of their photographs and paintings May 7. Page A8

- The Sierra Nevada Active 20-30 Club No. 730 presented its second annual Spring Fashion Show Extravaganza, Sunday at Genoa Lakes Golf Club. The show, that featured fashions by Dillard's Department Store in Reno, made more than $4,000 for Carson Valley children's charities. Page B1

- World T'ai Chi and QiGong Day will be celebrated at Minden Town Park Saturday, with an event from 10 a.m. to noon. Three local instructors will be there to lead the crowd through moves that relax and increase health. Page B5

- Two bands will be performing locally this weekend. The Bar BQ Boyz will play at Nelson's Take Five, 1435 Highway 395 in Gardnerville, 7 p.m. Saturday, with no cover charge. The Bar BQ Boyz are a Carson Valley-based band playing bluegrass, classic rock, blues, country, and reggae and more. The Bay area Mark Castro Band will perform at Topaz Lodge and Casino 8 p.m.-1 a.m. today and Saturday. Page B5

- The Douglas High baseball team completed work on its new outfield fence. The project cost about $20,000 and was funded by some generous donations from the community. Page C1

- Douglas High's softball game against Hug was washed out by a rainstorm Tuesday afternoon. The game is set to be made up today. Page C1


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