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Judge Michael Montero
Judge Michael Montero
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:00 AM
Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Michael Montero announced receipt of a $600,000 grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). He and Program Specialist for the Court Brooke O’Byrne met briefly Oct. 9 with the Humboldt County Commissioners to advise them of the grant, saying more details will follow.
  • Armored law enforcement vehicle approved
    Pershing County residents may be impressed, or alarmed, when the sheriff department's newest vehicle rolls into Lovelock. The price is right, however, as the only costs to taxpayers should be the repairs, maintenance and the big tires needed for the Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle. Continue this story
  • On Thursday, Oct. 12, Lander County commissioners were all present when Lander County Executive Director Keith Westengard notified the board of a recent theft of county equipment from a location on Second Street. The commission then retracted the burn ban and received an update from Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Continue this story
  • Ramos reprimand removed by Lander County Commission
    Public works director Bartolo (Bert) Ramos approached the Lander County Commission Meeting last week about removing the verbal reprimand from his record. After hearing testimony on both sides, the commission voted in favor of Ramos’ request.  Continue this story
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Battle Mountain's Uliana Willingham goes up for a kill during Saturday's match with Yerington in Battle Mountain. The Lions won the match in three sets.
Battle Mountain's Uliana Willingham goes up for a kill during Saturday's match with Yerington in Battle Mountain. The Lions won the match in three sets.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:00 AM
After fighting through a tough season, the Battle Mountain High School volleyball team collected its first Northern 2A victory of the season on Friday night in Battle Mountain.

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Monday, January 23, 2017 1:00 AM
Trudy Lieberman has been a journalist for 40 years. As part of a Columbia Journalism Review and Rural Health News project, she provides a bimonthly "Thinking About Health" column for rural newspapers.

  • Bannister named County Employee of the Month
    County Administrative Specialist Karen Bannister was named Employee of the Month at the Humboldt County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday morning. Assistant County Manager Abel Del Real-Nava recommended her for the honor. Continue this story
  • Fountas and Pinnell materials arrive
    Mere days elapsed between the day the school board approved the purchase of Fountas and Pinnell reading materials and the day those materials began to arrive. Assistant Superintendent Dawn Hagness didn’t know where to store the nearly 40 pallets carrying just the first installment of materials meant for kindergarten through third grade classrooms throughout the district. Continue this story
  • Drone imaging joins Chamber
    The Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting for Apex Drone Imaging, a new business in town. The high tech imaging company is trying to work with local mines to perform data collection. Continue this story
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