Good Morning, Carson Valley: June 1
by Joey Crandall, email@example.com
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GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — After last week’s mini heat wave, we’ll see a cool down this week with a high of 75 degrees today accompanied by breezy conditions. Expect winds between 15 and 20 mph, gusting at times to 35 mph.
Temperatures should remain in the mid- to high-70s for the majority of the week. A chance of rain and thunderstorms will set in around Thursday and continue potentially through Saturday. That picture will become clearer the closer we get to it.
Douglas High School music teacher Allison Smith is retiring. She was hired in the fall of 2013 after longtime music teacher Bill Zabelsky moved to Carson High School to take on a similar position. In her time at Douglas, Smith helped lead the various musical groups – including the Pride of the Carson Valley Marching Band, the Madrigal Singers and the Jazz Band – to numerous awards and high ratings at music competitions and festivals.
The Douglas County School District is seeking a new music teacher for the high school. You can find our full job openings roundup for the week here.
We have a busy day out in front of us with at least 14 stories we’d like to get to. What we’d like, and what ends up happening, though, are often two very different things. In any case, keep an eye out for updates.
The Douglas baseball team is at Bishop Manogue at 5 p.m. this evening in summer league action.
That’s a full lid for now. Take care out there and have a great day.
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