Coming Wednesday

- A former Douglas County Sheriff's deputy was sentenced on Monday after pleading guilty to drunk driving and domestic battery. Jason Cypher, 37, won't have to spend any more time in jail as long as he obeys the conditions of his sentencing. Page A1

- Douglas County commissioners are in for a bumpy ride when they are asked for guidance for a collection of contentious airport issues at their regular meeting on Thursday. Page A1

- A memorial service for second generation Carson Valley native William Frederick Nelson is Saturday on his property along Highway 395. Nelson was born in Minden in 1912 and died in the home he built in Gardnerville on Nov. 30. Page A1

- A former Johnson Lane couple appeared in district court on Tuesday in connection with a drug raid on their East Valley home. Nadine Murray received seven years in prison for trafficking and Tom Murray admitted to keeping a home where drugs were being sold. Page A1

- It's full steam ahead for developer Max Baer Jr. and his proposed Jethro's Beverly Hillbillies Mansion & Casino, despite a debate with county officials over the height of the hotly contested oil derrick and size of accompanying sign boards. Page A2

- The Nevada Division of State Parks is holding a public hearing to address changes in fees. For Carson Valley, the state is proposing starting a fee for the Home Ranch Historic Park and cutting the fee at Mormon Station State Historic Park. Page A2

- A 52-year-old Gardnerville man is to appear in East Fork Justice Court today on lewdness charges involving a 6-year-old girl and possession of sexually explicit images of children as young as 12 months. Page A3

- Joe's BBQ & Saloon opens its doors next to Rite Aid in Gardnerville, offering an indoor open-pit barbecue experience and a full bar. Page A8

- The restaurant formerly known as Villa san Marcel has changed its name to The Villa and hired a new chef for the job. Page A8

- Carson Valley residents braved the cold to watch the annual Minden Park lighting and the Parade of Lights last weekend. The Elks had their annual spaghetti feed and Christmas tree bingo at the CVIC Hall, the Minden German Christmas Market featured food and crafts and Santa took requests from children. Winners of the 12th annual Parade of Lights included. Page B1

- Douglas High School had five players named to the first-team All-Northern 4A squad in football. The Tigers were second only to McQueen in first-team selections this season. Page C1

- The Douglas High wrestling team pulled off a minor upset over the weekend, knocking off Fallon twice to win the Capital City Duals for the first time. Page C1


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