Coming Wednesday

- Tales of the ghost inhabiting the Old Gym Play House in Gardnerville have surrounded the building for generations. Page A1

- If your Halloween costume lacks a pair of new pink and black patent lether high heels " ladies size 14 " you're in luck. Page A1

- One bear couldn't wait for trick or treat to wander the Gardnerville Ranchos. Nearly 50 people gathered to watch as the bear wandered around. Page A1

- County commissioners are wrangling with a $128 million wish list of capital improvements needed in Douglas County over the next five years and a limited budget. Page A2

- A 31-year-old prison inmate, identified as the "mastermind" behind a three-county phony check ring, was sentenced Monday to four years.

- A 20-year-old Gardnerville man is to appear in East Fork Justice Court today charged with annoying a minor after a 12-year-old girls said he followed her into a shed and grabbed her. Page A3.

- Two new restaurants opened in Carson Valley, Thai Jasmine in Gardnerville and Saletti's Restaurant and Bar in Minden.

- New party store for kids opens in Gardnerville. Rock'n Girls & Guys offers a variety of party themes.

- Halloween means costumes, haunted houses, harvest festivals, food, music, candy and fun. A list of trick or treating and other Halloween events is on Page B1.

- People Editor Sharlene Irete reflects on when Halloween meant being out of school for Nevada Day. Nevada was admitted as the 36th state on Oct. 31, 1864. Page B1

- The Douglas boys' and girls' soccer teams advanced past the first round of the playoffs over the weekend with twin 2-1 victories over Elko. Page C1

- The Douglas cross country team will wrap up its season this weekend at the state championships with three runners competing. Page C1

- The Coleville volleyball team won its fourth-consecutive league title over the weekend with a doubleheader sweep of Sage Ridge. Page C1


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