The RC Morning Report for May 28
Monday night accident
I’m following up a tip that there was an accident near Douglas High School around 10 p.m. Monday that resulted in injuries to two seniors. We’ll post what we get when we get it.
In court today
Sentencing is scheduled for today for Brian Ray Hearold, 19, who faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine after he admitted to stealing two dirt bikes Feb. 20.
Hearold is also facing a charge for statutory sexual seduction for having sex in April with a 14-year-old girl while he was out on bail.
His codefendant received 12-36 months in Nevada state prison, which was suspended for three years.
Landscaping for Wildlife is the topic of tonight’s Agriculture Innovation Forum lecture 6 p.m. at the CVIC Hall in Minden. The lecture series is sponsored by the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension.
Parking for the wildlife session might be a little tight in downtown Minden, since Esmeralda Avenue is closed for the opening of the Minden Farmers Market 4 p.m. today.
I had .17 inches of rain in Genoa on Monday and last night. The cool, wet days of May are just about over, since a high pressure system is building that will bring temperatures in the mid-80s to the Valley by the weekend. Today we’ll see a high temperature of 68 degrees. The wind picks up on Wednesday.