The Sept. 28, 2021, R-C Morning Report

JT Humphrey sent in a stack of photos from the Douglas County Rodeo on Sept. 18.

JT Humphrey sent in a stack of photos from the Douglas County Rodeo on Sept. 18.


Genoa, Nev. — A 10 a.m. restoration time is estimated for the 35 NV Energy customers along Jacks Valley Road near the Genoa Lakes Ranch Course and up at Clear Creek whose power was shut off as a safety measure. Remember that’s not 35 people, but 35 power hook-ups.

Library Board trustees will discuss the process to recruit a new library director at their regular meeting 10 a.m. today at the Zephyr Cove Library, 233 Warrior Way at Lake Tahoe. If you want to participate, you’re going to have to go there because their meetings aren’t online.

The impending flu season is up for discussion at the Douglas County Committee on Health 3 p.m. today, which is entirely online. You can find out how to log in at and click on agendas and meetings.

The Douglas County Audit Committee will hear inventory reviews conducted in June for China Spring, public works, the sheriff’s office, community health and community services 3 p.m. today on Zoom.

The record highest low temperature for Minden was 53 degrees in 2001. It looks like we didn’t quite hit that with 52 degrees this morning at Minden-Tahoe Airport.

Deputies are tracking working a vandalism call near Blue Rock Park in the Gardnerville Ranchos this morning. They may have identified the perpetrator already, according to the scanner traffic.

Today expect sunny skies and a high temperature near 64 degrees. If you’re going to save sensitive plants, today’s the day, since the low will drop to 29 degrees in places tonight. Lows will be back up into the upper 30s by early Friday morning.

Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at


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