• Two people were injured in a plane crash near Minden-Tahoe Airport on Tuesday morning. Page A1

• Commissioners could approve a zoning change on 80 acres just west of Orchard Road, from 19-acre to 5-acre minimum parcel sizes, at Thursday's regular meeting of the Douglas County commissioners. This will be the second reading, which stirred controversy at the May meeting. Page A1

• A Gardnerville Ranchos woman was ordered Tuesday to serve 10 years in Nevada State Prison and repay a 62-year-old stroke victim $122,833.25. Page A1

• For her ninth Nevada history book, author Sally Zanjani has come home. Page A1

• The Gardnerville Volunteer Fire Department is holding an open house on June 9 to celebrate 95 years serving the Carson Valley community. Page A2

• Soroptimists are featuring the now gone, but not forgotten, Valley Bar on their Carson Valley Days button. Merchants along the parade route will be selling the buttons for $1 until the June 10, when the price goes up to $2 and the penalty goes up to a riding in the Soroptimists jail float. Page A2

• Gardnerville Elementary students find out which end of the cow gets milked at Ag in the Classroom day on May 26. Page A2

• An elderly Topaz Ranch Estates man was killed in an accident on Highway 208 and Albite Road on Friday afternoon. Darrell David Daugherty, 90, was killed when he collided with a pickup truck. Page A3

• A Oakland, Calif., woman is to appear in East Fork Justice Court today accused of trying to purchase merchandise at Bed, Bath and Beyond with forged traveler's checks. Page A3


• The first concert in the 2006 Summer Family Concert Series at Minden Park Friday was packed, according to the Douglas County Parks & Recreation Administrative Assistant Debbie Beam. The concert featured the surfin' sounds of The Rip Tides, and the series will continue with a performance by Mumbo Gumbo on June 30. Page B1

• The Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center will host a reception on Friday to show off new exhibits. The exhibits include a room devoted to the Minden Centennial with many items and photos from the town's history. Page B1


• The All-Sierra League and All-Northern 4A postseason awards were announced last week for spring sports. Douglas High had a number of first-team honorees. Page C1

• Douglas High's Kevin Cain completed the 2006 snowboard season ranked No. 3 in the country in his age group. Page C1

• Douglas High graduate Shawn Estes will most likely have season-ending reconstructive elbow surgery in the next few weeks. Page C1


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