Coming Wednesday

- Every woman " no matter or her age or size " has an arsenal at her disposal that can disarm even the most intimidating physical opponent. That was the message Tuesday from Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Kevin Schaller who taught a self-defense class for female students at Douglas High School. Page A1

- Benjamin Oxley's twin brother is pleading for anyone with information about the 36-year-old Johnson Lane man's murder to come forward with information. Page A1

- A spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said Douglas County's airport weight ordinance is irrelevant. Spokesman Ian Gregor said the only consideration was the weight-capacity of the pavement. Page A1

- More than 300 Democrats turned out for their convention at Carson Valley Middle School on Saturday. Douglas will send 30 delegates pledged to Barack Obama and 23 pledged to Hillary Clinton to the state convention in May. Page A2

- An ordinance requiring fire sprinkler systems is under consideration by Douglas County's Board of Commissioners. Page A2

- Douglas County authorities are investigating a brawl that ended when one of the men involved was struck by shotgun pellets at a Stateline parking garage late Friday night. Page A3

- A 36-year-old South Lake Tahoe man who destroyed three Stateline condominiums in a drunken rampage was sentenced Monday to a suspended five-year prison sentence and ordered to pay nearly $20,000 restitution. Page A3

- Kit Carson Development is trying to redefine the image of development in Carson Valley. The Kit Carson Village in the Gardnerville Ranchos is the result of green and sustainable building practices. Page A8

- Despite the wintery weather, more than 400 people attended the annual Carson Valley Eagles and Agriculture event over the weekend. A goshawk and ornate eagle were the stars of the birds of prey lecture Friday, while barn owls, eagles and other raptors were viewed during the ranch tours and photography workshop Saturday. Page B1

- Former Douglas High lineman Billy Coats committed to play football for Navy. He has been attending a boarding school in California this year to prepare himself academically for the Naval Academy. Page C1

- Jessica Waggoner was named the Northern 4A Co-Player of the Year when coaches from around the region released their postseason honors Monday. Waggoner was one of four Tigers to earn first-team All-Sierra League honors as well. Bridget Maestretti was a first-teamer on the girls' side and Jeff Nady and James McLaughlin were first-teamers on the boys' side. Page C1


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