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5-minute R-C

Record Courier Staff Reports


• A debate is unfolding about a proposed business license tax for Douglas County. There will be two more public meetings about the issue at Lake Tahoe on Thursday. Page A1

• Remengesau ‘Ray Ray’ William Erungel had been out of prison for two days when he stabbed a Carson City man over a parking spot at a Lake Tahoe Casino. Erungel pleaded guilty to two counts of battery with a deadly weapon on Tuesday. He faces up to 20 years in prison and a $20,000 fine at sentencing. Page A1

• A former Pickel Meadows Mountain Warfare Training Center instructor was killed in an ambush in Afghanistan on Friday. Sgt. Phillip Allen Bocks was stationed at the center for three years, where he worked with pack mules. Page A1

• Students at Minden Elementary School heard about bats. Wildlife biologist Jenni Jeffers described Nevada species of the mammal. Page A2

• A Minden woman accused of killing her husband will get a second attorney to aid in her trial. Karen Bodden, 44, is scheduled to go to trial in the case on Nov. 29. Page A3


• Precision Detailing offers mobile detailing service for cars and boats from Topaz to Lake Tahoe. Page A8


• Gardnerville resident Russ Eanest returned from a 14-month mission as a motor sergeant for the 593rd Transportation Co. providing maintenance for cargo convoys in Iraq and said there’s no place better than home. Page B1

• The Sierra Ballet Theatre Company performs 7 p.m. Saturday, at MontBleu Theatre, Stateline. The production includes a ballet, ‘The Seasons,’ and a jazz production of the ‘British Invasion.’ Cost $20 per person. Information, (775) 588-3515. Page B1

• There were 215 Douglas County 4-H members who participated at the State 4-H Exposition at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Oct. 12-14. Photos of the event and competition results have been posted by 4-H members. Page B4


• The Douglas boys’ soccer team fell just short in the state title game to Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas over the weekend. Page C1

• The Coleville football team saw its dream season come to an end Saturday against Tonopah. Page C1