Coming Wednesday

- County Manager Dan Holler has accepted the job of city administrator in Grass Valley, Calif. If approved by the city council, Holler could begin his new job March 24. Page A1

- Colleagues and elected officials reacted with sadness Tuesday to the news that Douglas County Manager Dan Holler was leaving the job he's held for nearly 12 years. Page A1

- A Carson Valley airport advocacy group has gathered more than 200 signatures to reduce jet traffic at Minden-Tahoe Airport. Page A1

- Minden resident Randy Brown's Malamute husky, Anaga has been returned to him. Anaga disappeared from Brown's truck while he was working Jan. 22 at Carson Valley Medical Center. Page A1

- Convicted child molester James Hope faces additional life sentences after he pleaded guilty to similar charges in Douglas County and Carson City. Page A1

- The Carson Valley Swim Center has installed an ultraviolet light sanitation system that diminishes the chlorine odor. Page A2

- Carson Valley Middle School student Danielle Fletcher won a Silver Key Award for her color-pencil drawing, "Horse in Meadow," in the Nevada Museum of Art Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Page A2

- Western Nevada Cattlewomen are offering scholarships for graduating seniors interested in pursuing careers in agriculture. Page A2

- A 39-year-old Reno ex-convict was sentenced Jan. 29 to four years in Nevada State Prison for his part in an argument over a casino parking space that led to the stabbing of a Carson City man. Page A3

- Candy Dance is beyond capacity and that's one of the reasons townspeople are seeking an ordinance to limit the number of events in the town. Page A3

- Tumbleweeds Gymnastics not only has a new gymnasium, but a new store as well. Page A8

- Larry and Justin LaFleur of Nevada Landworks in Gardnerville were nominated landscaper of the year. Page A8

- There were 12 Douglas High School students who recited poems to win the chance to represent Nevada in the National Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest in Washington, D.C. in April. Senior Jake Reid was the first-place winner in Friday's event and will compete in the state competition at the University of Nevada, Reno, in March. Page B1

- Douglas High school 2007 Lineman of the Year Jeff Nady is to sign today with the University of Nevada, Reno. Page C1

- Expectations were high for the Douglas High School wrestling team going into the Northern 4A Regional wrestling tournament Feb. 1-2 at Hug High School. Page C1

- The Coleville girls basketball team swept two games over the weekend to move into a first-place Western 1A League tie with Virginia City. Page C1


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