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Coming Wednesday

Staff Reports

– A man’s death may be the cause of a two car accident at highways 395 and 88 at lunchtime on Tuesday. The accident resulted in two injuries and backed up traffic through the afternoon and into the evening. Page A1

– Douglas County planning commissioners approved the 10-year update to the Douglas County master plan on Tuesday. Page A1

– Ruhenstroth residents are concerned that a diversion of water rights to a well in their neighborhood will draw down their own wells. A meeting has been organized for 6 p.m. Friday to work out what’s going on. Page A1

– It is Neyzer Torres’ job as the new Hispanic coordinator at the Partnership of Community Resources to let Spanish-speaking members of the community know what services are available to them through Nevada Hispanic Services of Carson City. Page A1

– Two parcels up for redevelopment money don’t belong to Carson City auto dealers Michael Hohl and Dink Cryer but they are surrounded by the BLM land the two men purchased at auction. Page A2

– A Gardnerville man was sentenced to seven years in prison after admitting to driving under the influence. Erik Steenwyk was on parole in a DUI-related death in Utah. Page A3

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– Nono’s Home Decor has opened at Topsy Lane and Highway 395 in the Clear Creek Plaza. Owner Nanette Toland has put together a variety of accent furniture pieces and gift items from all around the world in a variety of prices. Page A8

– Leadership Douglas County is now accepting applications for the community leadership program that begins January 2007. Contact Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce for more information, 782-8144. Page A9

– Holiday shoppers enjoyed the Genoa Christmas Faire on Sunday. Proceeds from the raffle and vendor spaces enable the town to put on holiday and summer concerts. Page B1

– It’s drive-by giving season and the KTVN Channel 2’s Share Your Holiday Food Drive is from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Bring non-perishable food items and enjoy entertainment as Carson Valley Inn hosts the annual food drive benefiting the Carson Valley Community Food Closet. Page B1

– The Douglas wrestling team won the Natumas City Duals over the weekend, winning five matches in the 32-team tournament. Page C1

– Douglas High’s boys’ basketball team improved to 6-0 on the year, winning the Carson Valley Classic in impressive fashion. Page C1