The June 22, 2023, R-C Morning Report

Gardnerville resident Tim Berube's lillies opened in time for the first day of summer.

Gardnerville resident Tim Berube's lillies opened in time for the first day of summer.

Genoa, Nev. — Firefighters and Smokey Bear will be at Toddler Time 9-11 a.m. today at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center, with a special inclusion for elementary school age children.

The River Fork Ranch is hosting events today, with pollinator Bingo 4-5:30 followed up by rangeland ecologist Kevin Badik at 6. Across the Valley, the Old West Trio is performing at the Dangberg Historic Home Ranch at 6:30 p.m. You can get tickets at

Mosquito Abatement plans to start fogging and flying larvicide around Sunridge Golf Course on Friday. It’s been too cool to apply adulticide and too warm to slow down the mosquitos. With warmer temperatures they’ll bring in the plane to spray 6,000 acres maybe next week.

Mono County named Mammoth Lakes Community and Economic Development Director Sandra Moberly as the new county administrative officer. The job is the equivalent to our county manager.

The Carson Valley Pops Orchestra will be performing "A Concert of Patriotic Songs" 11:30 a.m. on the 4th of July at Heritage Park. Some of the performers also will be at Mormon Station in Genoa for the Carson City Symphony’s performance

There’s a slight chance we might see thunderstorms this afternoon with a chance of showers increasing after 2 p.m. Chances are slightly better on Friday. The high temperature today is expected to hit 75 degrees. Things should warm up by Saturday.

Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Contact him at or 775-782-5122.

We are bringing in a helicopter to do a larvicide application east of the Sunridge Golf Course. Friday we will be doing a ground fogging event in the Sunridge subdivision east of 395, LaDiago and the golf course. These cool temperatures have been killing us as it has been too cold to adulticide and I am way behind schedule, but we will catch up as soon as we can. I am hoping for better temps next week as we are planning on bringing in a fixed wing aircraft for an aerial adulticide application of approximately 6,000 ac.

A woman arrested in a June 14 drug raid is now facing 21 counts, according to an amended charging document filed on Wednesday. She said that she was going to seek her own attorney and is expected to return to East Fork Justice Court next week. She remains in custody on $100,000 bail.


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