Genoa, Nev. — Foothill resident Fred Simon filed for governor on Tuesday, making him one of 15 Republicans vying for the nomination, if I’m counting right. I expect there’ll be more before filing closes on Friday.
My reporting a third school board race was a bit premature after the Minden man who filed on Monday for School Board Area 7 found out the hard way the new boundary line ran right down his street, and he was on the wrong side. As of last night, there are only two school board races and one county commissioner race, and a race for Indian Hills General Improvement District.
Sheridan Volunteer Chief Margaret Biggs, Ruhenstroth Chief John Babcock and Sheridan Volunteer Nate Leising were recognized for their combined 109 years of service with proclamations and plaques at the East Fork Fire Protection District Board of Trustees on Tuesday.
I roped and tied the editorial side of the 2022-23 Almanac on Tuesday afternoon. This will be my 18th since I returned to The R-C in 2004, and the 25th I’ve written for. My apologies if I’ve seemed distracted this last couple of months. Even when I had a half-dozen folks in the office that thing was a project.
There was a tenth of an inch of rain in my gauge from Tuesday, which looking around the Valley, seems like kind of a lot. There’s more in the works for Saturday, maybe.
Expect mostly cloudy skies this morning before it clears with a high temperature of 59 degrees. The wind will shift to the north at 5 mph.
Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at email@example.com
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