Coming Wednesday

- A suspect in a 24-year-old murder case is facing a hearing today to determine whether he will be extradited from the Republic of Trinidad. DNA evidence has linked David Winfield Mitchell to the 1982 death of then 18-year-old Miss Douglas County, Sheila Harris. Page A1

- The total number of Douglas County residents who have contracted West Nile virus has risen to 10, according to officials at the Nevada State Health Division. Residents are encouraged to use precautions against mosquitoes. Page A1

- Services are Sunday for the unofficial mayor of Johnson Lane. Willi Huf was raised in Germany but lived in Carson Valley for 47 years. Page A1

- The Wheels for Ted fundraiser is at Carson Valley United Methodist Church on Saturday. Proceeds go toward a new wheelchair for Valley resident Ted Nagel. Page A2

- Principal Marty Swisher tells why the ROTC program at Douglas High School will have to wait. Page A2

- A Glendora man was identified as the motorcyclist who was killed in a Spooner Summit motorcycle crash on Friday. Douglas Lloyd Gardner, 45, was killed when the motorcycle hit the guardrail. Page A3

- Carson Valley Medical Center is home to the Valley's first sexual assault examination room. The room was put together with a federal grant and will allow victims to be examined at the center rather than having to be transported to the nearest facility in Sparks. Page A3

- The Nevada Opera Youth Chorus is hosting auditions in September for boys and girls with unchanged voices. Page A7

- Douglas County School District bus routes for Carson Valley part deux. Pages 8 and 9

- Big 5 Sporting Goods opens a new store in Minden on Sept. 21. Page A10

- A former science teacher opened her new business, Massage with Jasmine, at Focus Salon in Gardnerville. Page A10

- Lorrie and Bill Barnum opened The Square Egg gift shop on the site of the former pro shop at the Carson Valley Country Club. Page A11

- The Valley Cruisers Car Club presented its annual Main Street Event last weekend. Friday featured a dinner/dance with 680 meals served by the food committee. Saturday and Sunday 250 classic cars were shown at Lampe Park. Page B1

- The Sierra Nevada Mormon Pioneers visited Genoa's Mormon Station on Saturday. The group presented reenactments of cornhusk doll making, quilting and other activities their ancestors did during daily life in the 1800s. Page B2

- The Douglas High School football team enters the 2006 season with a loaded defense and a number of talented returning skill players on offense. Page C1

- Betty Ann Boeving recently climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. She did most of her training in the Tahoe area. Page C1


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