The Nov. 2 R-C Morning Report
Searches in Alpine and Mono counties continue for missing people. Saturday marks three weeks since Chalfant resident Karlie Gusé was last seen walkng along Highway 6 in Mono County. It has been five days since Brad Dozier failed to return home from a hike. Searchers are hard at work in the hunts for them both.
We’re up to our necks in crafts fair this weekend, and Thursday’s R-C includes a list for those in the shopping mood. Christmas isn’t really around the corner, but it is down the street and waiting in the garage.
For those with an artistic bent, the Carson Valley Art Association show is at the CVIC Hall tonight and through the weekend. Douglas High School student director will be reducing one-act plays tonight Saturday and Sunday.
Volunteers will be cleaning up the Ranchos Sandpits today. Meet off the end of Tillman Lane at 10 a.m.
Today expect sunny skies and a high near 74 degrees. The wind will be out of the southwest 5-15 mph gusting to 25 mph
The Morning Report is sponsored by Carson Valley Medical Center. Learn more about them at http://www.cvmchospital.org
Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org