Coming Wednesday

- A Gardnerville couple has spent the last 29 years exchanging the same anniversary card with another couple. The card has been in circulation since 1979, according to Kay and David Lacey.

- The lawsuit between Park Cattle Co. and the owners of the Horizon so far features more lawyers than jurors, who were seated Monday. Opening arguments begin today.

- A school bond is required to pay for nearly $40 million in improvements and maintenance for the Douglas County School District, a committee decided.

- Threats allegedly made by a Douglas High School student were just 'MySpace Banter,' according to the boy's attorney. That argument didn't prevent District Judge Michael Gibbons from keeping the boy in detention until the case could be sorted out.

- The annual celebration of Chinese New Year arrived at Gardnerville Elementary School on Friday. Sonia Carlson has been teaching Valley students to dance for years.

- A 25-year-old Reno woman was held on $10,000 bail Friday after she eluded a Douglas County deputy called on a report of a drunk driver. Page A3

- A 49-year-old Markleeville man was sentenced Monday to 12 years in Nevada state Prison for his second felony conviction of driving under the influence. Page A3

- The eagles have landed in Carson Valley to feed during the winter calving season. An average of 10-12 eagles and other birds of prey may be spotted during a day of viewing " just in time for the Eagles and Agricullture event that begins Feb. 20 and continues Feb. 22-24. For information on wildlife lectures, river tours and photography workshops, go to Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Authority at or (866) 530-3551. Page B1

- The Douglas ski team took fourth at giant slalom and slalom events at Heavenly last week. Sophomore Hillary Sapp and junior Crystal Rutledge led the way for the Tigers. Page C1

- The Douglas High girls' basketball team hosts Spanish Springs tonight in the first round of the Northern 4A Regional playoffs. Page C1


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