The R-C Morning Report
November 1, 2011
The man who allegedly snatched a child from an outdoor church class on Sept. 11 is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court today. Jacob Wilcher’s attorney is seeking funds to have him evaluated for mental health issues. Attorney Tod Young said he believes Wilcher may be schizophrenic.
Both Genoa and Gardnerville town boards are meeting on this All Saints Day. Gardnerville starts at 4:30 p.m. in the town offices, and will be talking about the Toler Lane landscape maintenance easement. Genoans start at 6:30 p.m. and will talk about Candy Dance standards and a request from the historical society that the town waive its fees for next year’s production of the “Hanging Tree.”
While the temperature nearly cracked 80 degrees on Monday, there will be none of that the rest of the week. Expect today’s high to tickle 50, and the low tonight to drop to 16. If you haven’t already, it’s time to give up on those tomatoes and make sure the hoses are disconnected. The Weather Service is talking snow in the Valley by the end of the week.