The R-C Morning Report

Tom Peters became the second Genoa town manager in eight months to resign the post.

Peters, a former school administrator, turned in his resignation at Tuesday's monthly board meeting.

Peters' resignation is effective Aug. 15, but said he would stay on through the Candy Dance, Sept. 23-24, the fundraiser responsible for more than half the historic town's budget.

Peters was hired in February to replace Mike Brown, who resigned just after New Year's.

The victim of a Gardnerville Ranchos fire remains unidentified this morning.

A male's body was found after firefighters extinguished a fire at a home on Manhattan Way on Monday night.

It appears the long heat wave has broken, with high temperatures peaking at 90 degrees on Friday and dropping again slightly over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

A chance of thunderstorms pops up again on Thursday, but for today, there will be a few clouds and a predicted high of 88 degrees.


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