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Record Courier Staff Reports

— Members of the Senior Advisory Council thought the senior and community center sales tax initiative wouldn’t be able to compete with the sheriff’s tax initiative and asked to remove it from the upcoming ballot. Douglas County commissioners voted to retain it. Page A1

— The hydrologist for the National Weather Service said there won’t be a problem with rivers flooding if the weather holds in the present 30s to mid-70s degree range. Page A1

— School nurses in the Douglas County School District ultimately meet students’ educational needs by addressing their health needs. Page A1

— A 20-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison for driving under the influence causing a collision that seriously injured a former Douglas County sheriff’s deputy and members of his family. Page A1

— Members of Douglas High School’s speech and debate team need financial assistance to compete in a national speech event in Arlington, Texas, in June. Page A2

— A second Republican candidate for the Assembly District 39 seat ensured that a primary election will be held Aug. 15. Republicans Barbara Smallwood and Rick Gardner as well as Democrat Joetta Brown run for the post vacated by Assemblyman Lynn Hettrick. Page A2

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— The Gardnerville Town Board asks developer to upgrade his duplex design plans to be more in sync with Gardnerville’s Plan for Prosperity. Page A2

— A co-defendant from a February drug bust in Indian Hills was sentenced to five years in state prison. Page A3

— A series of vehicle burglaries has been reported in the Gardnerville Ranchos. Page A3

PEOPLE

— Local student Rachel Jackson, 14, has been in musicals for years. A natural singer and trained dancer, Jackson hopes to some day be on Broadway. Page B1

— Douglas High School will host its Spring Art Show tonight, featuring 20 students’ artwork that won awards in the Northern Nevada Region Scholastic Art Awards contest. Included in the art show will be performances by the jazz band, the Madrigals, dramatic interpretations, videos and an open mic invitation. Page B1

SPORTS

— Gardnerville’s Mike Schiller and the crew of the Centless No. 302 drag boat won the Lakefest race at Firebird Raceway in Phoenix recently. Page C1

— The Douglas track team will send a large contingent of athletes to this weekend’s Northern 4A Regional Championships in Reno. Page C1

— Amelia Ritger, 12, won her first Northern Nevada Junior Satellite Tennis Tournament in Reno recently. Page C1