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From left to right: Lisa Voss (teacher), Shasta Aguilar, Dalton McNeff, Leonard Knight, Christopher Springer, Javier Pimentel, Daniel Ashley and Dominic Astle. Not shown: Daniel Astle, Jeff Brown, Liddia Weatherman and Olivia Washington.
From left to right: Lisa Voss (teacher), Shasta Aguilar, Dalton McNeff, Leonard Knight, Christopher Springer, Javier Pimentel, Daniel Ashley and Dominic Astle. Not shown: Daniel Astle, Jeff Brown, Liddia Weatherman and Olivia Washington.
Thursday, October 19, 2017 1:00 AM
They’ve been practicing for weeks. Soon they’ll take to the stage. On Tuesday, Oct. 24, Lovelock’s middle and high school band and choir students perform in the Pershing County High School (PCHS) auditorium under the direction of Lisa Voss, K-12 music teacher.
  • Word on the Street: Lovelock residents give their opinions
    Thursday, October 19, 2017 1:00 AM
    Word on the Street is a new weekly segment where we ask readers for their opinions on topics important to them. This week's Word on the Street comes from Lovelock, where we asked: "What services or stores are most needed in Lovelock?"
  • Between rocks and a hard place
    Thursday, October 19, 2017 1:00 AM
    The damage caused by spring’s flooding continued to cause trouble months later as the Road Department worked to repair what the rains washed away.
  • BMHS celebrates homecoming week
    Thursday, October 19, 2017 1:00 AM
    Battle Mountain High School (BMHS) celebrated the school’s homecoming all last week. Themed “Horns of Horror,” students competed in several events, with the senior class scoring the most overall points.
  • Cookhouse gets crafty
    Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:00 AM
    The Lander County Historical Society held their annual craft fair at the Battle Mountain Cook House Museum over the weekend. The event attracted over 20 vendors selling an array of unique items for the community. 
  • Vaccine management tips
    Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:00 AM
    The biggest reasons for disease breaks in livestock often has little to do with the vaccine itself, but more to do with how that vaccine is handled and administered. 
  • All aboard the Union Pacific Care Train
    Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:00 AM
    Humboldt County School kids were invited to take students for a ride on the Union Pacific (UP) Care Train this past week. 

    The train is part of Operation Lifesaver and teaches students about train safety while crossing the tracks. The UP care train came all the way from Ohio. 

    The students were loaded onto the train at our local stations and took a ride to Mill City and back. The trip took about an hour. While on the train the students in each car were given presentations about safety by volunteers for Union Pacific. 

    For more information on train safety, visit oli.org.

     
  • Bannister named County Employee of the Month
    Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:00 AM
    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.
  • Fountas and Pinnell materials arrive
    Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:00 AM
    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.
  • Drone imaging joins Chamber
    Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:00 AM
    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.
  • AP Explains: Why gravitational wave researchers won a Nobel
    Monday, October 16, 2017 1:00 AM
    Three U.S.-based astrophysicists won the Nobel prize in physics Tuesday for their discovery of gravitational waves, a phenomenon Albert Einstein predicted a century ago in his theory of general relativity. Here’s what their discovery means and why they won the prize worth $1.1 million (9 million kronor).
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