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n Mudslides, road washouts and clogged ditches are just a few of the impacts of this weekend's flooding, the damage estimated to cost between $300,000 and $500,000. Page A1

n Don Bently is holding an open house Saturday to show off the new Bently Biofuels plant. Page A1

n Carson Valley's water experts say we received a year's worth of rain in December. Page A1

n Minden officials are re-evaluating how much the town charges for the sale of water rights. Page A1

n Authorities arrested 13 revelers and issued 11 citations during the annual New Year's Eve celebration Saturday at the Stateline casino core. Page A3

n A Gardnerville man changed his plea to guilty Tuesday, admitting possession of a controlled substance for sales. David Gomez, 23, told District Judge Dave Gamble he had about 10 grams of methamphetamine when he was arrested Oct. 16, 2005. Page A3

n Federal authorities are looking at an agreement to reinstate an exemption for Nevada concealed weapons permits. Page A8

n H&S Construction is proposing a zoning change to accommodate construction of a 292-unit condominium complex just north of Stodick Park, off of Toler Lane. Page A8


n Gardnerville resident Cari Thompson trained and showed two Arabian horses at the U.S. Arabian Nationals in Albuquerque, N.M. in October, leading them to championship. The owner of Cari Thompson Training trains show horses, offers lessons, breeds, markets, sells and leases Arabian and half-Arabian horses. Page B1

n Liz Broscoe followed her lifelong passion, where rhythm emulates life, one beat at a time. The drumming instructor teaches African hand drum called Djembe at Lake Tahoe Community College in South Lake Tahoe and Sierra Arts Gallery in Reno. Page B1


n The Douglas boys' basketball team wrapped up its non-league slate with a loss against a tough Amador Valley team. The Tigers are 6-8 overall heading into league play. Page C1


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