Coming Wednesday


- Hundreds turned out to remember Carson Valley rancher Arnold Settelmeyer at Trinity Lutheran Church in Gardnerviller on Tuesday. Page A1

- Saratoga Srings residents are appealing a Douglas County Planning Commission decision to locate a 41-acre sewer pond within 500 feet of their home. Page A1

- Douglas High School culinary arts decorated cakes with the help of volunteers from the Carson Valley Inn's food and beverage department Thursday and Friday. Page A1

- Cash donations are needed at Under the Magic Pine Tree day care to buy each of the 11 preschool graduates backpacks to use in kindergarten this fall. Information at 265-2023. Page A2

- Volunteers of many ages and talents are needed to help with the Minden Run4Fun, June 24. Contact Todd Barber at or (530) 386-0418. Page A2

- A 47-year-old Reno computer technician faces three charges of being a principal to sales of a controlled substance. Stefan Julian Putnam is being held in Minden jail, accused of being the wheelman for an alleged heroin dealer. Page A3

- Two men were arrested after a fracas at Topaz Lake during an otherwise quiet Memorial Day weekend. Page A3

- Team Boren Real Estate of Lake Tahoe has become The Boren Group with the addition of two additional owners and a new Minden Village location. Page A8

- Aesthetician Shiloh Todd and cosmetologist Sara Visbal are new personnel at Shear Heaven Salon and Day Spa, 1328 Highway 395, Suite 301, Gardnerville. Page A8

- Two manicurists: Debra Rose at Shylock's and Jennifer Brooks Miller at Jessie's Hairport. Page A8

- See the beauty of Genoa, learn about its past and learn gardening secrets of the area from experts at the annual Genoa Home & Garden Tour. Tickets are $12, with a percentage of proceeds going to the Carson Valley Pops Orchestra. Information, 782-4951 or Page B1

- Members of the Douglas High School Key Club met at Shady Grove Coffee Co. last week to put together fleece blankets for children hospitalized at Carson Tahoe Medical Center. The Key Club plans events to benefit others throughout the year. Page B3

- Douglas High boys' basketball coach Rob Streeter resigned his position Friday in order to take on the boys' coaching job at Clovis North in California. Page C1

- The Douglas baseball team got one step closer to a regional title this season with a senior-laden roster. Page C1


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