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The Sept. 20, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley

CalTrans: Highway 50 reopening Tuesday for general public

Residents and property owners along the Highway 50 corridor will have to obtain a pass today before being allowed through

Late tally carries Douglas soccer past McQueen

Douglas High girls soccer linked up in a rematch of the spring's regional semifinal for the Tigers' home opener Saturday.

Douglas boys soccer ties with Elko

Douglas High welcomed Elko to town Saturday afternoon in a battle of fortitude.

Revising an estate plan crucial to making sure end wishes are carried out

Establishing a comprehensive estate plan, including a trust, last will, health and financial powers of attorney as well as a living will, is a major step toward ensuring that one’s wishes are carried out during their incapacity and after their death.

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Order closing Lake Tahoe back country in effect through end of the year

The anticipated order to close the Lake Tahoe back country affected by the Caldor Fire was issued on Saturday.

‘Worldwide’ fall fest kicks off Douglas High School’s homecoming

Worldwide DHS Homecoming Fall Fest 5-8 p.m. Sept. 22 at Minden Park

Tamarack Turnaround event Sunday at Carson Valley Country Club

Douglas County residents are gathering on Sunday to help those who lost their homes in the Tamarack Fire.

9 a.m. Sunday Update: Public safety power outage canceled

A proposed public safety outage from Genoa to Clear Creek was canceled late this morning.

Douglas County legal +- 16991

Notice of Hearing

Tiger football silences Grizzlies

Douglas allows just one first down in second half

Douglas High School football got to play a bit of spoiler on Galena's homecoming night Friday evening.

Roundup: Douglas girls golf wins third straight meet

A look at Carson and Douglas athletic events from the past few days

County OKs new VHR rules

The approval of a revised vacation home rental ordinance on Thursday may satisfy a federal judge enough to lift an order preventing parts of it from being implemented, but it may not be sufficient for those who challenged the new rules back in July.

Rotary Club of Minden awards MEFIYI

Me for Incredible Youth (MEFIYI) thanks The Rotary Club of Minden for awarding a grant supporting its sports, education and career development teen programs. The programs mentors students, ages 12-18, helping them explore their talents and ambitions. Shout out to Jen Nalder for making this all happen.

Fires burning near Sequoia National Park producing haze in Carson Valley

Southern Sierra fires responsible for haze in Douglas County

Caldor Fire on the ropes, but firefighters wary of weekend weather

The acreage burned in the Caldor Fire was revised downward by 410 acres to 218,857 due to better mapping.

Tickets still available for Candy Dance dinner

Tickets are still available for the annual Candy Dance dinner in Genoa Park on Sept. 25.

Public safety power outage could result from forecast critical fire weather

The potential for critical fire weather this weekend has prompted NV Energy to notify customers that it might turn off the electricity to portions of the Lake Tahoe Basin and Carson Valley on Sunday.