Genoa, Nev. — Genoa’s antique streetlights got a week’s reprieve when the Certificate of Occupancy wasn’t issued for the Town Hall in time for tonight’s meeting. The renovation of the hall has been ongoing since last fall and is done, almost. Genoans will meet in the hall 5:30 p.m. June 9.
The Carson Subconservancy folks will be making their watershed presentations to the Town of Minden at their regular meeting 5:30 p.m. today in the CVIC Hall. It’s the same presentation commissioners heard a couple of weeks ago.
I’m not entirely convinced that Gov. Steve Sisolak will sign Assembly Bill 88, though not because of the Minden siren. As a UNLV graduate, the father of two UNLV graduates and a member of the Alumni Association, it’s possible he won’t test Rebel fans by making the school fire Hey Reb. Time will tell.
The reports from Friday’s collisions haven’t been released by the NHP yet. When I find out more, I’ll tell everyone.
Minden reported it got up to 91 degrees on Tuesday, but the real scorchers are due today and Thursday. It was clouding up a little to the south on Tuesday, so it’s possible we could see some thunderstorms overs the mountains this afternoon.
Today’s high is forecast to top out at 95 degrees in Minden, climbing to 96 on Thursday. If it climbs that high, it could tie the 1924 record for the day of 96 degrees. Today it’s going to be mostly sunny.
Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org