The R-C Morning Report

A mandatory boil water order was issued by Nevada environmental officials for 2,600 customers of the Kingsbury General Improvement District after trace amounts of groundwater was found leaking into the district's distribution system. The order is expected to last a week, according to the Tahoe Daily Tribune.

There's lot to do this weekend, what with the Elks Carnival at Lampe Park, Stork Raving Mad playing in Minden, two Douglas High School reunions, the Renaissance Faire in Genoa and the bicycle races in Minden.

Oh, yeah, and one more thing.

Early voting starts on Saturday in Minden, Topaz Ranch Estates and Stateline. Registered voters from any precinct may vote at the early sites. The experts say this will be the lowest turnout for elections in years. Let's prove 'em wrong. Get out there and vote.

Today begins a slow slide into cooler temperatures with the high predicted to hit 94 by the National Weather Service. Temperatures will take a real drop after a windy Saturday hitting highs of only 87 degrees on Sunday with a low of 48. Brrr. The long-range forecast says temperatures will be back up to 93 by next week.


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