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  • New chair to help hunters as part of Cody Louk Dream Keeper foundation

    For the past few years the Cody Louk Dream Keeper Foundation has given the opportunity for a physically disabled youth to go on the hunt of their dreams.

     
  • Looking Back —
    How portable it was is questionable. Look at those iron wheels! Still, it could be moved and that made it portable in the 1920s when it was manufactured by the Ingersoll Rand Company.
  • Lowry sends 17 to Skills USA

    Lowry High sent 17 students to the Skills USA state competition in Reno on April 14. The group returned home with five medals and will be sending one student to Nationals in Louisville Kentucky in June.

     
  • Taking shape —

    The next phase of construction at Humboldt General Hospital is starting to take shape. Once demolition and excavation on Haskell Street side of the hospital was complete, Hunewill construction continued work putting in the drains and piping that will run under the concrete floor of the partially-underground parking garage that will be on that end of the hospital. This week, workers from Northern Nevada Concrete were there forming, pouring, and placing the concrete retaining walls for the parking area. Martin Ironworks is putting in the rebar and other metal work. The crane putting the wall in place belongs to and is being operated by Northern Nevada Concrete, according to Sheppard. He commented that Northern Nevada Concrete, located in Reno, is owned by David Elizondo who was born and raised in Winnemucca. / Joyce Sheen photo 

     
    
New chair to help hunters as part of Cody Louk Dream Keeper foundationLooking Back —Lowry sends 17 to Skills USATaking shape —
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Three Things You Need to Know Today

  • Two Division I-A North softball powers get together April 24 as Lowry hosts Fernley at 3 p.m., at the high school. The Vaqueros knocked the Lady Bucks out of the regional playoffs a season ago. Fernley comes into the weekend with a record of 17-1 in league play, while Lowry is tied for second with Churchill County at 15-3. 
  • Touring performers from New Zealand share traditional songs, stories, and dances from the South Pacific will perform Friday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Center. Presented by Pershing County Library. Free.

     
  • Friday, April 24 is Arbor Day in the United States. Trees make a world of difference—this is your opportunity to make a difference for them. And there are a lot of ways to get involved. Together, we can green up our communities, replant forests across the country, save the rain forest and make an impact on our planet.For more information visit: www.arborday.org/celebrate/ 

    
Lowry swimmers stay perfect with sweep of Sage Ridge, SparksLowry golfers finish in middle of the pack at Elko, Spring CreekBuckaroo baseball team drops three games on the road to Truckee Lady Mustangs trounce Lowry JV
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Announcements

  • Lester Leonard Shaw JR. age 80 passed away at his home in Orvada, Nevada with his loving family by his side after a long battle with cancer.

     
     
  • Obituary: Eric Barnard

    Beloved business owner Eric Barnard surrendered to a thermal illness on March 16, 2015 surrounded by his loving family.

     
     
  • 10/7/1928 – 4/14/2015 Proceeded in death by her husband; Ray Johnson and two sons; Johnny and Manuel Johnson.  
  • Humboldt County Pets at the Pound
    The following animals were recently picked up by Animal Control. More information on impounded dogs at the Sage Heights shelter is available by calling the shelter at 623-6403 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at 623-6429 and leaving a message, 24 hours a day. When calling, be prepared to provide the dog’s description, license number and general area in which it was lost.
     
  • Humboldt County Senior Center Menus
    There are many activities for seniors at the Pleasant Senior Center, 1480 Lay St. The following is the schedule for April 27 — May 1 :
     
  • Lander County Senior Lunch Menus
    The High Noon Cafe is a dinning establishment for senior community members.  Lunch is served at noon, Monday through Friday.

     

  • Items in the Court Docket are compiled from public records contained in the Union Township Justice Court and the Sixth Judicial District Court. News4Nevada reports all felony hearings, misdemeanor convictions and dismissals for which the court releases information. 


     
  • Items in the Police Blotter are compiled from public information contained in the Winnemucca Police Department and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office reports. The Humboldt Sun reports all incidents about which the law-enforcement agencies release information. Charges or citations listed in the blotter do not imply guilt, which is determined in court.


     
  • Items in the Sheriff’s Report are compiled from public information contained in the Winnemucca Police Department and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office reports. The Humboldt Sun reports all incidents about which the law-enforcement agencies release information. Charges or citations listed in the blotter do not imply guilt, which is determined in court.


     

  • LAS VEGAS — Responding to the Nevada Senate’s passage today of Senate Bill 252 to create a Gross-Receipts Business License Tax, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s Executive Vice President Victor Joecks issued the following comments:

     
     
  • “And They’re Almost Off.” Yes, the entrance to the 2016 Presidential Derby has officially been flung open wider than the gap between George Bernard Shaw and Pee Wee Herman. Backstage at the Bolshoi Ballet and the snack bar adjacent to the Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Fame gift shop. Horseshoes and mirrors.

     
     
  • Carson City, — Nevada’s Fiscal Constitutional officers expressed their disappointment with the Nevada State Senate’s passage of the $438-million hike instituting the business license tax on Tuesday, April 21. This tax is essentially the same as the gross margins tax that Nevada voters rejected four-to-one just five months ago.  
     
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