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Peggy Lindsey
Peggy Lindsey
Thursday, February 23, 2017 1:00 AM
Battle Mountain General Hospital’s CEO, Peggy Lindsey, will be getting a merit-based wage increase. She received a positive one-year evaluation by the Hospital Board of Trustees at their regular meeting on Feb. 15. 
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Cody Allen of Kings River drives past the defense on his way to the basket during a Division I contest during games in Orovada on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Cody Allen of Kings River drives past the defense on his way to the basket during a Division I contest during games in Orovada on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Thursday, February 23, 2017 1:00 AM
Humboldt County Rural Basketball league was back in Orovada for a handful of games on Saturday, Feb. 4.
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  • Pony up! Gymkhana coming to Lovelock
    Through the ages, equestrians of many different cultures have found ways to show their bravery and skills. The Mongol horsemen of Genghis Khan (1162-1227) slid under galloping mounts to retrieve small flags. Native American riders slapped the sides of buffalo before racing away through the rocky desert terrain. Now, starting March 12, 2017, a season of competitive games on horseback opens at the Lovelock Fairgrounds. 
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LIFESTYLE

Jeanne Daugherty holds up a claw.
Jeanne Daugherty holds up a claw.
Thursday, February 23, 2017 1:00 AM
Worldwide, people eat 1.5 million tons of crab every year. The people who jammed the Community Center on Saturday night may have added to that total. The Lovelock Eagles filled every table at their annual fundraiser. 
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