Coming Wednesday

- Three teens accused of vandalizing churches with spray paint admitted they painted Satanic slogans on Valley churches on Monday. Ronald Bronk, Ryan Schuricht and Kylie Antti, all 17, appeared in juvenile court to admit their guilt. All three were released to their parents. Page A1

- The Gardnerville Town Board is set to hear an ordinance at noon today that would limit unrestricted gaming licenses to properties with 200 or more hotel rooms. Page A1

- An Orchard Road family is raising a herd of alpacas on their Tahoe Breeze ranch in Gardnerville. Page A1

- Douglas High School graduates are not permitted to wear leis this year at the ceremony Friday. Page A1

- A 20-year-old Minden man was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in Nevada State Prison for a dozen burglaries of homes and vehicles in the Johnson Lane area. Page A1

- The location of a 2,000-seat performance center in Carson Valley will be announced on Sunday in Reno at a benefit concert held at the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation Amphitheater. Page A2

- Third-grade classes from different schools played games and had lunch in Aspen Park on Thursday when they came face-to-face with the pen pals they had been communicating with all year. Page A2

n All Douglas County schools will be out for summer vacation by Monday. Page A2

n The Families For Effective Autism Treatment "Autism Benefit for Children Weekend" will include a golf tournament at Genoa Lakes Golf Course on Aug. 4 and then a dinner concert on Aug. 5 at Buffalo Creek Ranch in Gardnerville. Page A2

- Grandma Lane is "grandma" to students in Matt Oliver's class at Grace Christian Academy. The Carson Valley woman, born in 1923, gives first-hand history lessons to the students, who have decided to compile stories about what they've learned and sell the book so they can buy more books for the school. Page B1

- The 14th annual Wacky Waddlers Wiver Wace was a huge success at Lampe Park on Sunday. All 1,200 rubber ducks were sold by race time, with the proceeds going to the Carson Valley Community Food Closet. Page B1

- Working cowboys ride for a good cause at the past weekend's Minden Ranch Rodeo Buckaroo Fest. The two days of non-traditional rodeo events like wild cow milking, ranch doctoring, team branding and big loop roping, was a fundraiser for Douglas High School and 4-H scholarships. Page C1

- Douglas High School senior Shane Miller signed to wrestle for Fresno State University. Miller, who captured Douglas' first state title in 12 years this season, began hearing from the Bulldogs about two weeks after his championship win. Page C1


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