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Coming Friday

Staff Reports

– A 17-year-old Douglas High School student is at home recuperating from injuries she sustained when she was hit by car while she was in a crosswalk March 8. Samantha Calvillo’s leg injuries are keeping her from attending classes at Douglas and from participating on the dive team. Page A1

– According to the U.S. Census, Douglas County’s population decreased slightly during 2006. Federal figures show 137 fewer people living in the county than in 2005, a figure Nevada’s demographer disagrees with. Page A1

– A Genoa couple will shave their heads today to raise money for childhood cancer research. Tim and Christy Smith are planning to participate in St. Baldrick’s Day in Reno. Page A1

– A 56-year-old woman arrested in a Johnson Lane drug raid will be permitted to attend substance abuse treatment. Nadine Murray is facing charges related to the sales and trafficking in methamphetamine. Page A1

– A bank account has been set up for the family of Timothy Edwardson, who died March 16 at age 49. The 14-year Gardnerville resident was a member of the Douglas County Republican Central Committee. Page A2

– Douglas High School has been approved for an Army Jr. ROTC program. Northern Nevada’s congressional delegation announced the approval on Wednesday. Page A2

– Irene Marshall was named Douglas County’s first volunteer of the month. Page A2

– A 28-year-old Gardnerville man who ran from his probation officer didn’t get very far Wednesday before he was tackled in the judicial center by three deputies who heard the ruckus. Roger Martinez is facing four probation violations and a charge of resisting arrest. Page A3

n A Douglas County prosecutor wants to revoke a suspended sentence for a 26-year-old Gardnerville woman accused of fleeing the scene of a serious injury accident because she allegedly smoked marijuana. Page A3

n A court interpreter spoke before members of the Douglas County Bar Association on Thursday. Olivia Reinshagen-Hernandez has interpreted for the Olympics and international summits. Page A3

– Looking for members of Alpine County’s ‘greatest generation’ before they are gone. Page A9

– Indian Creek Reservoir Campground will open on April 2 for the season. Page A10

– The Bureau of Land Management is seeking commentary on the amendment of the Alpine County plan. Federal officials will be at the county’s regular meeting on April 3. Page A10

– Jake Reid, 16, has been writing poetry on and off for most of his life, but he never tried reciting poetry until this year. The Douglas High School junior will represent the county at the Nevada State Finals of Poetry Out Loud Saturday at the University of Nevada, Reno. Page B1

– Blackbelts and beginners attended the Martial Arts Expo III on Saturday, where the competition was intense. Local martial arts organizations raised $500 for Carson Valley Children’s Center ” Austin’s House. Page B1

– NBA rookie Paul Millsap is coming to Carson Valley to teach a four-day clinic at Douglas High School this summer. Page C1

– The Douglas High School baseball team knocked off highly touted McQueen Tuesday in Reno 17-16 in an offensive slugfest. Page C1