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Garley Amos served the Humboldt County community in which he lived. Amos said of his long-time service that “I thought maybe I could have a legacy here one of these days, and I thought maybe I could be of some help with my ideas that would help our next generation coming along.”
Garley Amos served the Humboldt County community in which he lived. Amos said of his long-time service that “I thought maybe I could have a legacy here one of these days, and I thought maybe I could be of some help with my ideas that would help our next generation coming along.”
Friday, March 24, 2017 1:00 AM
Longtime Humboldt County Commissioner and lifetime Humboldt County resident Garley Amos has passed away at 69.
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SPORTS

Cruz Jimenez Moreno up to bat.
Cruz Jimenez Moreno up to bat.
Friday, March 24, 2017 1:00 AM
The Lowry High School junior varsity softball team got off to a quick start in the Northern 3A last weekend with three wins over Spring Creek. The Lady Bucks won the opener on Friday, March 17, in three innings by the NIAA 15-run mercy rule.

On Saturday, March 18, Savannah Dalley earned the win as the Lady Bucks won the first game 13-3. Sierra Maestrejuan collected the win in game two on Saturday, as Lowry won 7-2 to improve to 3-0 in league play.

Lowry is back at home Saturday to take on Sparks at 11 a.m. in a doubleheader.


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    Patrick Dodson Carmichael was born January 11th, 1949 in McCook, Nebraska to Benjamin Carmichael (Father) and Elsie Carmichael (Mother). Patrick passed away due to illness on March 7, 2017 in Bullhead City, Arizona at 68 years old. 
  • Obituary: Mary Jane Klassen
    Mary Jane Klassen, 74, of Winnemucca, NV passed from this life in Reno, NV on March 20, 2017 after losing a short struggle with cancer.
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    One in four men will be a victim of domestic violence in the United States. Forty-eight percent of men have dealt with some sort of psychological aggression from a domestic partner. This percent equals that of female victims.
  • Cognitive Plenty versus Cognitive Deprivation
    I recently taught a class referencing Jean Piaget, the Swiss psychologist who delineated stages of cognitive development for children. While some have rejected his findings because he primarily studied his own children as opposed to a wide, random sampling, I find his work of vast interest and importance.
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    As I drive around the area, I can see that the winter wheat planted last fall has responded well to the above average precipitation received over the winter months. Winter wheat production can be improved and input costs reduced with good knowledge of growth and development. Seeding date, irrigation scheduling, fertilizer, and pest control are more effective if accurately timed to crop development.
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