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Record Courier Staff Reports

• The driver in a December fatal accident on Jacks Valley Road will go to prison as a result of the accident. Michael Cordero Perez was sentenced to 4-20 years in Nevada State Prison in the death of Gardnerville resident Robin Moroney. Page A1

• The races for East Fork Justice Court and Douglas County commissioner district 2 are officially on after the first day of filing for political office. Minden attorney Kelly Chase and East Fork Justice of the Peace Jim EnEarl arrived at the clerk’s office within moments of one another to file for the seat. Commission hopeful Lloyd Higuera is challenging commissioner David Brady. Page A1

• The annual Business Showcase drew almost 1,200 people as businesses and organizations filled the Douglas County Fairgrounds pavilion and spilled outside. Page A1

• A memorial service for former Douglas County commissioner Gene Osborne is 1:30 p.m. today. Page A1

• Genoa potter Kathleen ‘Kitty’ DeSocio has been appointed to the town board to fill the seat left open by the death of longtime resident Nancy Miluck. Page A2

• The Northern Nevada Development Authority is going from town to town in rural Nevada to discuss the future. To participate, visit northernnvision.org. Page A2

• An Internet sting resulted in the arrest of a retired correctional officer in South Lake Tahoe. Carson City resident Timothy Randall was arrested last week after a person pretending to be a 13-year-old girl agreed to a meeting. Page A3

• A Gardnerville man involved in a Carson City slaying pleaded guilty in district court. Tyler Cruz faces more than 20 years in prison for his part in the death of Adam Wells. Page A3


• Four lucky seniors were treated to lunch Friday by the Douglas County Nevada Triad. As their life stories unfolded, it became apparent that these seniors who were chosen randomly all had an interesting tale to tell. Page B1

• Theater review: “The Odd Couple (Female Version)” opened on Friday and was presented again on Sunday by the Carson Valley Community Theatre. People editor Jo Rafferty found the lines hilarious, as well as the audience, as shown by their laughter. Page B1

• The World T’ai Chi/QiGong Day event was a success on Saturday at Minden Town Park, with about 50 people attending and learning the moves of the ancient art form. Page B1


• The Douglas softball team gave itself a boost in the playoff picture with a 5-4 win over Wooster Monday. Page C1

• The Douglas track team got a series of successful performances last week as the team prepares for the regional trials. Page C1

• Josefina and Sara Sigala combined to win three events and teamed with two others to win a fourth Saturday against the Galena swim team. Page C1