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Poll workers compile vote information at the Humboldt County Courthouse on Tuesday evening.
Poll workers compile vote information at the Humboldt County Courthouse on Tuesday evening.
Friday, November 09, 2018 8:19 AM
Rich Stone secured his place as Winnemucca’s next mayor with 57.41 percent of the vote against opponent Paige Brooks (42.5 percent).

The recreation tax measure failed to garner enough voter support, with 59.46 percent of voters opposing the increased sales tax.

Several state and federal positions flipped from Republican Red to Democrat Blue, including Governor, Senator and Attorney General. Many races were tight, coming down to a difference of 10 percentage points or fewer.
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Brandon Eastman talks to his team at a game this season at home. Eastman has stepped down as head coach of the Lady Bucks and plans on going to back to school to get his degree in Sports Management.
Brandon Eastman talks to his team at a game this season at home. Eastman has stepped down as head coach of the Lady Bucks and plans on going to back to school to get his degree in Sports Management.
Friday, November 09, 2018 9:01 AM
After three years as the Lowry High School varsity volleyball coach, Brandon Eastman has stepped down to pursue other opportunities.

“It was a difficult decision,” Eastman said. “I have known for a long time that I wanted to eventually go and get my Masters Degree, so I am planning to leave Winnemucca next fall and do that. It just seems like the right time, like I was ready to leave and go see what else is out there. It isn’t that I didn’t like coaching anymore; I have professional and educational goals that I want to pursue.”
  • WJHS basketball back in action
    The Winnemucca Junior High School basketball teams traveled to participate in a couple of tournaments last weekend.

     On Friday, Nov. 2, the Warriors took on teams in Carson and Saturday, Nov. 3, they went to Fernley.
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  • Martin twins named to  Wooden Award watch list
    University of Nevada seniors Caleb Martin and Cody Martin have been named to the Wooden Award watch list. 

     The award honors the Division I player of the year.  Chosen by a preseason poll of national college basketball experts, the list is comprised of 50 student-athletes who are the early front-runners for the most prestigious honors in college basketball, the Wooden Award All American Team™ and Most Outstanding Player Award.
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  • Lady Bucks JV soccer team take on WJHS all-stars
    The Lowry High School girls JV soccer squad had one final hurrah on Monday night, when they played an all-star team from Winnemucca Junior High School.  Continue this story

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  • Cullen Hume was recently given another chance at probation and ordered to complete the Humboldt County Drug Court program after admitting to several violations at the beginning of his three-year probation period. 
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