The Nov. 27, 2023, R-C Morning Report

Gardnerville had its own Dawn Patrol on Sunday morning.

Gardnerville had its own Dawn Patrol on Sunday morning.
JT Humphrey | Special to The R-C

Genoa, Nev. — Utility work on Main Street through Minden and Gardnerville resumes today through Sunday. I’m contacting the state to figure out how all that is going to jibe with Parade of Lights on Saturday.

The folks opposing the cell tower behind the Genoa Volunteer Fire Department are reporting that Verizon has withdrawn its appeal of the Genoa Historic District Commission’s denial last summer. The item was reportedly going to the county on Dec. 7.

A salmonella recall of cantaloupes with the Malicita and Rudy labels was announced on Nov. 22. They were sold Oct. 10 and Nov. 3 in Nevada, among other places, and were responsible for 97 illnesses as of last week.

It seemed like it was a pretty quiet long holiday weekend with a couple of false alarms or controlled burns that were within regs called in. Overall, I’m going to say it was a fairly mellow Thanksgiving, though your mileage may have vary.

Young at Heart’s bags for homebound seniors wraps up end of business Thursday. Their hoping to gather enough items to fill more than 200 gift bags. Donations are being collected at the entrance to the Senior Center side of the Community Center in Gardnerville.

We’re running about half of average precipitation for the month of November in Minden with .39 inches. The month on average sees .79 inches. There’s some weather on the horizon starting Wednesday.

The low at Minden-Tahoe Airport was down to 7 degrees before dawn today. The forecast calls for sunny skies and a high temperature of 45 degrees without much change on Tuesday, except it’ll be warmer.

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


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