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Lauren Fettic (center) ducks under an arch made by Bailey and Naomi Miller, while Charlie Marvel looks on.
Lauren Fettic (center) ducks under an arch made by Bailey and Naomi Miller, while Charlie Marvel looks on.
Friday, September 21, 2018 9:24 AM
The annual Nevada League of Cities conference was held in Winnemucca this year on Sept. 13-15, bringing almost 100 representatives from around the state for the three day event.
  • Do this fall yard work and reap springtime benefits
    Don’t believe your family yards needs attention in the fall? Autumn is no time to ignore your lawn and landscape.
    “What you do now will determine the quality of your family yard next spring and summer,” said Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), the international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers.
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  • Lander County residents turn out in droves to protest marijuana grow facility
    The Lander County Planning Commission struck down a Special Use Permit for a marijuana grow facility in A-2 zoning, while approving two on A-3 zoned land.  Continue this story
  • Strategic plan open house sparks discussion
    Humboldt County and Better City held an open house on Sept. 12 to gather input from community members about parts of the economic development strategic plan currently in process. The purpose of the strategic plan is to move toward a more diversified, resilient economy while also improving the lives of residents in meaningful ways. Continue this story
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Lowry's McKenzie Vandermark looks on after hitting a shot during the Elko tournament this year.
Lowry's McKenzie Vandermark looks on after hitting a shot during the Elko tournament this year.
Friday, September 21, 2018 10:04 AM
After finishing second in Spring Creek in their season opener and then winning in Elko the next day, the Lowry High School girls golf team was off to a good start this fall.
  • After losing their last four games on the road, the Lowry High School boys soccer team ended up their travels with a 6-2 win over Churchill County on Tuesday in Fallon. Continue this story
  • Lowry beats Sparks for first league win, falls to Churchill County
    Take away the first half of the opening set, and the Lady Wave volleyball team may have played their best match of the year against a formidable opponent.
    Lowry stunned Fallon with nine straight points to begin the match but the Lady Wave stormed back to take the set 25-22 and then battled to 25-20 and 25-17 wins Tuesday at the Elmo Dericco Gym.
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  • Kuskies sweep races in North Tahoe
    Last Friday, the Lowry High School cross country team travelled up the Sierra Nevada Mountains to run at altitude in their first competition of the year. 
    “Lowry cross country had a great day today at North Tahoe,” said LHS coach Kathy Norcutt. “Nine of our 13 athletes came home with medals.”
    Becca Kuskie grabbed top honors in the girls 3.3-mile varsity race with a time of 25 minutes, 32.78 seconds. She was over a minute quicker than North Tahoe's Kili Lehmkuhl (26:51.12). 
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  • It’s a short ride from the Pershing County jail to the 11th Judicial courtroom.
    But, it’s long enough that freedom beckoned at least one defendant.
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