Coming Wednesday

- Bently Biofuels plans to open a new alternative fuel station this spring. The station will offer ethanol and biodiesel fuels.

- Douglas County is working on a deal to purchase water rights in Lake Tahoe to avoid a $10,000 a day fine. Page A2

- Three people were killed when a load of hay rolled off a truck and into the path of minivan in Smith Valley on Monday night. Page A2

- The search for famed aviator Steve Fossett was scaled back with members of the Civil Air Patrol shifting from active flight to stand-by. Page A3

- Deputy Jason Cypher is scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court today on charges of stalking, domestic battery and driving under the influence. Cypher is on administrative leave while the case is investigated. Page A3

- The parents of a 7-week-old baby face child endangerment charges after they were involved in a fight in the Gardnerville Ranchos over the weekend. Page A3

- Tahoe wedding business The Entertainer has set up shop in Carson Valley after it was purchased by longtime Gardnerville residents, The Pathers. Page A8

- Line-dancing ladies take to the wooden floor upstairs at Sharkey's Casino on Fridays. Page B1

- This weekend, Genoans will recall the day Adam Uber was hanged with 'The Curse of the Hanging Tree.' Page B1

- Lone Tree Gallery will be hosting a reception Friday for 10 artists new to the gallery. Page B1

- The Douglas boys soccer team took down the Hug Hawks on Saturday for their first league win. Page C1

- The Tiger girls' golf team made it three in a row for tournament wins. Page C1

- The Coleville Wolves volleyball team swept four matches from Excell Christian last week. Page C2


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