The April 14, 2023, R-C Morning Report

Daffodils have decided to bloom in Genoa.

Daffodils have decided to bloom in Genoa.
Photo by Kurt Hildebrand.

Genoa, Nev. — A flood watch kicks off 3 p.m. Saturday as warm weekend temperatures melt off some of that record snowpack in the Sierra. Creeks and streams are the key concern, but the river has been running pretty close to the action stage, too.

Rescuers had to fish a vehicle out of an irrigation ditch off Centerville around 3 p.m. Wednesday. There weren’t any injuries, fortunately, but given the prior item it might be careful navigating the curvier routes across the Valley.

Congratulations to longtime Douglas resident Denise Beronio, who was named administrator of the Nevada Division of Outdoor Recreation.

Carson Valley Visitors Authority Executive Director Jan Vandermade received the Reno-Tahoe Territory Excellence in Tourism Award from the Nevada Division of Tourism on April 12.

Carson Valley Arts Council presents Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser and cellist Natalie Haas tonight at the CVIC Hall in Minden as part of the Carson Valley Arts Council concert series. Tickets, information,

There is a lot going on Saturday around Carson Valley that appears in The R-C’s calendar, including the Autism & IDD Resource Fair and an artist’s reception for Douglas High art students. You can find out more by buying a copy, on stands for only a buck.

After a chilly morning, the high today is forecast to climb to near 61 degrees with the wind out of the west at 5-10 mph this afternoon.

Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at or 775-782-5121.


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