Coming Wednesday

- A 23-year-old Carson City man " with the maturity of a "malicious 14-year-old" " was sentenced Monday to one year in Douglas County Jail, and ordered topay nearly $27,000 restitution for a two-county shooting spree. Page A1

- A 61-year-old Wellington woman who admitted embezzling m ore than $200,000 from her employer to finance a gambling addiction was sentenced Tuesday to 10 weekends in Douglas County Jail. Page A1

- Friends of a Minden family whose 8-year-old son died last year are hoting a fundraiser Feb. 9 to help with medical expenses. Page A1

- A former Gardnerville m an has been identified as the victim in a fatal traffic accident Jan. 24 on Highway 50 east of Silver Springs. Page A2

- Cub Scout Pack 468 trained with members of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue Team on Jan. 13. Page A2

- East Fork Justice Jim EnEarl set a Feb. 13 hearing for a Gardnerville woman accused of abandoning her dog to die on Pinenut Road. Page A3

- East fork Justice Jim EnEarl set a Feb. 13 hearing for a Gardnerville woman accused of abandoning her dog to die on Pinenut Road. Page A3

- Two people accused of trafficking in the largest methampetamine seizure in Carson Valley history are set for trial in June after they pleaded not guilty on Monday. Page A3

- The Douglas County Senior Center hosts the ninth annual Senior Health Fair, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the Shannon Ballroom in the Carson Valley Inn. The free event is open to all ages. Health care providers will be available for information on medical, insurance and other community service issues. The senior fashion show featuring spring and evening wear collections is 1 p.m. Page B1

- The Douglas Animal Welfare Group hosts the Super Dog Adoption event 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Douglas County Animal Shelter, 921 Pinenut Road, Gardnerville. Page B1

- The Douglas High School wrestling team won the Sparks Invitational over the weekend. The Tigers come in to this weekend's Northern 4A Regional Championships at Hug as one of the favorites. Page C1

- The Douglas High boys' basketball team held off a late surge from the rival Carson Senators to win by two points in overtime Saturday. Page C1

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