The R-C Morning Report
November 29, 2011
A woman who allegedly left her infant in the care of a man she knew was dangerous is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court to be arraigned on a charge of child abuse, endangerment or neglect this morning. The attorney for Allisha Haltom, 25, said Haltom’s drug use prevented her from caring for the 3-year-old girl.
Douglas County School Superintendent Lisa Noonan will undergo her evaluation today at a 5:40 p.m. hearing. School board trustees meet beginning 3:30 p.m. at Douglas High School. Also on the agenda is a review of options for work on the high school and an overview of the graduation formula used in Nevada.
According to a statement issued by the National Weather Service, a cold front will pass through Western Nevada on Wednesday. Expect north winds of up to 40 mph in the Valley. However there will be very little moisture with the storm and just a smidge of light snow possible on Wednesday.
Today, however, will be sunny and warm with a high temperature of 67 degrees and light winds becoming calm. It got up to 71 degrees on Monday. Enjoy it while it lasts, the high on Thursday is forecast to be 33 degrees.