• Two Valley teenagers who died at Lake Tahoe were remembered by coaches and classmates. Page A1

• Toxicology reports were holding up autopsy results on the two young men found dead at the Lake. Page A1

• A young mother who failed to take her baby son for medical treatment after his arm and leg were fractured received probation Monday. Page A1

• Residents have started a petition opposing a 404-home development on 300 acres east of Heybourne Road between Stephanie Way and Johnson Lane. Page A1

• One mosquito pool collected at Douglas County's Minden-Tahoe Airport has tested positive for West Nile Virus, the first this season. Page A1

• An electrical engineering student apologized Monday for selling cocaine and told the judge he would make the court proud if he could stay in school and continue working. Page A2

• A California sex offender who failed to register in Nevada is to appear in East Fork Justice Court today. Page A3


• The CVIC Hall in Minden provided a haven Friday for Nature's Critters as Julie Allen introduced children to a giant tortoise, a hedgehog, a giant millipede and other animal friends. Page B1

• If you would like to donate to Relay For Life, stop by The Record-Courier and pick out your $10 Teddy bear. Page B1

• Genoa will turn back the calendar this weekend for the annual Renaissance Faire. The schedule is packed with activities for two days. Page B1

• The Family Support Council is hosting its annual Western Shindig on Aug. 6 to raise money for domestic violence prevention. Page B1

• The Douglas County Public Library's giant book sale runs through Saturday. Books are 50 cents each. Page B1


• The team of Brady, Austin and Morgan Ovard and Trevor Johnson and J.P. Albert won the second annual White Lightning Wiffleball Tournament. Nine teams competed in the two-day event. Page C1


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