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Coming Friday

Staff Reports

– Indian Hills General Manager Dennis Longhofer resigned Wednesday night before improvement district trustees convened a meeting to consider his performance. Longhofer said he’s not ready to talk about his resignation yet. Page A1

– U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Phillip Allen Bocks frequented Gardnerville and had many friends here, according to Jennifer Pickering and Nicole Gesselman. Page A1

– The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office unveiled its new crisis negotiation van, which will allow it co consolidate its equipment. Page A1

– Services for second generation Carson Valley native Lois Rabe Sarman are 10 a.m. Monday. On Thursday six of her seven children gathered in Minden to talk about her. Page A1

– Douglas High School students are participating in discussion groups to debate the merits of the Democratic presidential candidates.

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– School officials discuss tax abatement and how it relates to a possible bond measure on the ballot next November. Page A3

– Plans for a project that mixes retail, office and residential space in Minden were unveiled last week. Wild Goose Villas will be located overlooking Jake’s Wetlands. Page A3

– A South Lake Tahoe woman may avoid going to prison for a third conviction for driving under the influence by undergoing a rigorous alcohol treatment program. Sherrie Lynn Moore, 34, has been arrested twice driving down Kingsbury Grade while intoxicated. She has another DUI from South Lake Tahoe. Page A3

– Electricity was out nine hours for 100 Gardnerville customers of Sierra Pacific Power Co. Wednesday night. Page A3

– Hazel Payne celebrated her 90th birthday with members of her extended family on Nov. 10. Page A8

– The results of almost a year of rehearsals and preparation will be revealed Saturday in the Sierra Ballet Theatre Company’s performance of ‘The Seasons’ and ‘A British Invasion’ at the MontBleu in Stateline. Page B1

– The Carson Valley Kiwanis host Turkey Bingo at the CVIC Hall in Minden. Sessions begin at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday. Page B1

– The Young at Heart holiday craft fair is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Douglas County Senior Center, 2300 Meadow Lane, Gardnerville. Page B1

– Douglas High School was rewarded for its successful fall sports season with a large number of all-region and all-league honorees. Page C1

– The Douglas Pop Warner Junior Midget football team won its third consecutive Snow Bowl championship over the weekend and will play in the Pacific Northwest Region semifinals in Santa Clara, Calif., this weekend. Page C1