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Record Courier Staff Reports


• Douglas County School Board Vice President Connie Wennhold was remembered Thursday as a tireless advocate for children who put her faith and her family first. Page A1

• A nationwide arrest warrant has been issued for a 20-year-old Carson City man charged with assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer after he allegeldy drove a sport utility vehicle into a Washoe Tribal Police cruiser. Page A1

• From the worn planks on the kitchen floor to the clear pine gracing the walls in the entryway, the old Victorian off Centerville Lane tells stories of the Lampes. Page A1

• There have been no discussions between Douglas County officials and auto dealer Michael Hohl concerninf an auto mall in Douglas County, according to Dan Holler. Page A1

• Students use pies as math aids in studying for their math proficiency tests at Douglas High School on Pi Day, March 14. Page A2

• Two Douglas County deputies received minor injuries while attempting to arrest an enraged and naked man who physically attacked his neighbor and destroyed the interior of the victim’s home at Zephyr Cove. Page A3

• An ex-felon who broke into the Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce office at Stateline to get out of the cold was sentenced Tuesday to six years in Nevada State Prison. Page A3


• The CVIC Hall in Minden will look like Alice’s Wonderland on March 22-24, when Carson Valley Middle School students don the costumes for “Follow That Rabbit – The Wonderland Story,” with favorites like the Mad Hatter, Tweedledum & Tweedledee and the Cheshire Cat. Tickets will be available at the door and the cost is $7 for adults, $5 for younger than 12 and seniors; and $30 for families on March 24 only. Information, 782-2265. Page B1

• Ruhenstroth resident Angela Nelson, 15, took to the ice at an early age and now is a member of the San Jose Jr. Sharks team. Ruhenstroth Ramblings columnist Gail Davis gives an inside view of the life of a young ice hockey player. Page B1


• A strong returning freshman class and a change of leagues may buoy the Douglas High School swimming and diving team’s chances this year.

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• Douglas High’s softball team opened its home season with a 5-3 victory over the Dayton Dustdevils on Tuesday. The Tigers improved to 4-2 on the year before heading to Susanville for a tournament this weekend. Page C1