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Lowry freshmen drove through an obstacle course while wearing vision-altering goggles to demonstrate the effects of driving drunk.
Lowry freshmen drove through an obstacle course while wearing vision-altering goggles to demonstrate the effects of driving drunk.
Friday, November 17, 2017 1:00 AM
Lowry High School students in health classes experienced some “Fatal Vision” on Wednesday. As part of a drunk driving prevention program, they drove a Winnemucca Police Department (WPD) OHV through a cone-lined obstacle course while wearing vision-distorting goggles.
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Lowry's Jadsyn Eastman was named the Northern 3A Player of the Year by the league's nine coaches.
Lowry's Jadsyn Eastman was named the Northern 3A Player of the Year by the league's nine coaches.
Friday, November 17, 2017 1:00 AM
Lowry High School senior Jadyn Eastman was named the Northern 3A volleyball Player of the Year, which is selected by the league's nine coaches. Coaches can nominate their own players but can’t vote for them.

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Friday, November 17, 2017 1:00 AM
Thanksgiving traditions call for feasting, with a table full of harvest bounty. Two local churches and the Frontier Community Action Agency are working together to help families that can’t afford to indulge in that tradition to have a nice Thanksgiving meal and leftovers for several other meals.
  • Some symptoms of dementia may be symptoms of other issues. If the cause of these symptoms is found and treated, they can sometimes be reversed. Dolores M Ward, a certified Gerontologist from the University of Nevada, Reno, came to Winnemucca recently to train local caregivers and providers on how dementia works and which of its symptoms are present with other conditions. Continue this story
  • Turquoise Ridge Mine goes pink for breast cancer awareness
    When people imagine a miner, they usually don’t think pink. But Barrick Turquoise Ridge Mine employees, even the miners, wore pink to help spread awareness about breast cancer. Continue this story
  • Trakas sentenced in assault case
    The defense and prosecution in Terry Allen Trakas’ case made a joint recommendation for probation, after a jail sentence of 120 days. 
    In Trakas’ case, Judge Michael Montero did not follow the recommendation for probation but sentenced the 36 year-old to a prison sentence of from 60 months (five years) to 150 months (12.5 years.)
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