The Oct. 17 R-C Morning Report | RecordCourier.com

The Oct. 17 R-C Morning Report

A 16-year-old Chalfant girl remains missing after she disappeared on Saturday wearing a T-shirt and sweat pants. The Mono County Sheriff’s Office has used tracking dogs and helicopters to try and locate her, according to Sheriff Ingrid Braun.

Mono authorities seek missing Chalfant girl

 

The Town Hall Debate featuring Justice of the Peace candidates Cassandra Jones and Erik Levin is tonight at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the trouble starts at 5:30 p.m. Also on tap is a debate on Question 3.

 

The debate is sponsored by The Business Council of Douglas County, the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce and The Record-Courier. Thursday is the last day to register to vote. Early voting starts on Friday.

 

According to the Clerk’s Office, 4,200 people have requested “no excuse” mail in ballots so far this election and that number is climbing fast. If all those folks return their ballots, and they are already starting to do that, that is better than a tenth of the electorate.

 

It’s 21 degrees at Minden-Tahoe Airport this morning, so still pretty chilly. Expect sunny skies today with a high of 66 degrees and a light breeze.