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Each year on Earth Day, April 22, more than 1 billion people in 192 countries join together to celebrate and protect our common home. From participating in community clean-up events, to reaching out to local leaders about environmental concerns, and spending time appreciating the outdoors, Earth Day serves as an annual opportunity to promote environmental stewardship across the globe. In Nevada, preserving, protecting, and enhancing the unique and magnificent natural wonders statewide is the everyday mission of over 900 employees within the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. 
  • BLM hosts Porter Springs event
    The site of a former mining camp could attract a different kind of crowd this week. Bureau of Land Management officials invite the public to a sit-down lecture and a walking tour of the site during this Saturday’s grand opening of the Porter Springs Recreation Area north of Lovelock. Continue this story
  • McCullough named  BLM district manager
    Ester McCullough has been named District Manager for the Winnemucca district at the BLM. She started her position on April 16.  Continue this story
  • Forest Service to use sheep to reduce hazardous fuels
    As part of the Carson Ranger District’s Hazardous Fuels Reduction Program on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, sheep will be released to graze on two separate fuel reduction project areas. These sheep will help remove cheatgrass and other non-native vegetation from National Forest System (NFS) lands. The West Carson Fuels Project is located on the west side of Carson City, Nevada, and the Arrowhawk Fuels Reduction Project is located on the west side of Reno, Nevada. Continue this story
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Lowry's Zane Fifield hits a shot at Ruby View Golf Course during a Northern 3A tournament in Elko on Wednesday, April 18.
Lowry's Zane Fifield hits a shot at Ruby View Golf Course during a Northern 3A tournament in Elko on Wednesday, April 18.
Thursday, April 26, 2018 1:00 AM
The last time the Lowry High School boys golf team found itself in a competitive round was way back in mid-March.
  • Longhorns shine at Eureka Invitational
    As the postseason nears, the Battle Mountain High School track and field team had a strong showing at the Eureka Invitational this past Friday in Eureka. Continue this story
  • Longhorns allow three runs in sweep of Mustangs
    The Battle Mountain High School baseball team moved a step closer to the postseason with a three-game sweep of rival Pershing County.
    The series started on Tuesday, April 17, in Lovelock, as Battle Mountain won the opener 13-1. The final two games were played on Saturday in Battle Mountain and the Longhorns won both games 16-1.
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  • PCHS baseball team drops four games
    It’s been a long week for the Pershing County High School baseball team. 
    On Tuesday, April 17, the Mustangs hosted Battle Mountain Longhorns (12-3) for the first game of a triple-header and lost 13-1.
    This past Friday, Pershing County traveled to Hawthorne for a non-conference contest against Mineral County Serpents and were defeated 14-3. 
    On Saturday, the Mustangs traveled to Battle Mountain to play the final two games of the series against the Longhorns. Pershing County lost both contests 16-1.
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  • Lovelock man changes plea at 11th Judicial
    On Monday, Kevin Lanier Libbee, 54, came to the 11th Judicial court to enter a change of plea. Public Defender Steve Cochran defended him.
  • Items in the Court Dispositions are compiled from public records contained in the Lake Township Justice Court. News4Nevada reports all felony hearings, misdemeanor convictions and dismissals for which the court releases information.
  • Eric Blake Tiensvold was in District Court April 10 for final sentencing on charges of open and gross lewdness, a category D felony. His defense attorney, Steve Evenson, advocated long and hard for probation. 
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