Coming Wednesday

- Two fires in two days burned two families out of their homes. The Schultz family lost their Gardnerville Ranchos home on Sunday evening and the Gomez family lost their home on Monday night. Page A1

- A Gardnerville Ranchos Middle School teacher has completed her third book. Miki Trujillo has written "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Teens Talkin' Faith." Page A1

- Gardnerville activist Dave Nelson is seeking the District 1 seat on the Douglas County Board of Commissioners. Nelson, 63, is a five-year resident of Carson Valley.

- Douglas County will discuss introducing its new floodplain ordinance on Thursday. The old ordinance was declared unconstitutional by a judge and apparently violated guidelines. Page A2

- A 20-year-old Reno man was sentenced Monday to five years in Nevada State Prison for driving a stolen vehicle and breaking into a Glenbrook residence while fleeing Douglas County deputies. Page A3

- A 22-year-old Minden man who violated probation three times in the last 16 months was ordered Tuesday to serve six months in Douglas County Jail before he is dishonorably discharged. Page A3

- The Douglas High girls' track team won the Big George Invitational Saturday in Minden. Page A9

- The Douglas baseball team swept a doubleheader from Hug Saturday to set up this week's series against Reno, which will determine the Sierra League champion. Page A9

- The Douglas High swim team split its dual meets against Manogue Saturday at the Carson Valley Swim Center. Page A9

- The Douglas softball team clinched second place in the Sierra League with a three-game sweep of Damonte Ranch last week. Page A9

- Pianist Alice Sady earned $1,500 in scholarships for winning first-place and the People's Choice Award at the Carson Valley Kiwanis Club's 10th annual Stars of Tomorrow talent show on Saturday in Minden's CVIC Hall. Page B1

- The All City Production of Cole Porter's musical "Anything Goes" featuring students from Pau-Wa-Lu and Carson Valley middle schools and Douglas High School opens 7:30 p.m. Thursday and runs through May 11 at the Pau-Wa-Lu Cafetorium. Page B1


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