Coming Friday

- Sentencing for convicted murderer Karen Bodden will be March 4 after she opted against having the jury that convicted her deliberate on her punishment. Page A1

- Douglas County School Board trustees are opposing budget cuts proposed by Gov. Jim Gibbons, saying they could have long-reaching effects on public education in Nevada. Page A1

- Rocket was a great Dane mix dog abandoned after his master was turned away by the Douglas County Animal Shelter because it was full. His death has prompted charges against his owner. Page A1.

- The Carson Valley Arts Council got the keys to the Copeland Lumber building after Big George Ventures owner Ray Sidney made a donation toward the down payment. Page A1

- Carson Valley cousins of missing Reno resident Brianna Zunino Denison are distributing flyers in the hopes someone may have seen something related to the 19-year-old's disappearance. Page A3

- While the official search for Indian Hills resident Dennis Kelly has been suspended, authorities are continuing their investigation into the 62-year-old's disappearance. Page A3

- Former R-C Publisher Peter Kostes has taken the helm as interim publisher of the Nevada Appeal in Carson City. Page A5

- Plans to preserve Markleeville's historic character will be heard 6 p.m. Jan. 31 at Turtle Rock Park in Alpine County. Page A7

- Break out your seafood bibs and dust off your dancing shoes for Carson Valley fundraising events coming up until March. A list is included of dances, crab and cioppino feeds, a fashion show and wine tasting events. Page B1

- Sweetwater Notes columnist Jonni Hill explains the best way to do many things is to do them one at a time. Page B4

- The Douglas boys' basketball team held off a late charge from the Hug Hawks Tuesday night to pick up a key Sierra League win. Douglas' Kevin Emm hit a 3-pointer late in the game that swung the momentum the Tigers' way. Page C1

- The Douglas girls' basketball team had little trouble beating Hug Tuesday night as center Jessica Waggoner exploded for 24 points in a 57-34 win. Page C1


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