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Dog club members Lily Reynolds, Cheyeanne Diaz and Kelsey Collins stand with Remington, Kodiak and Moose.
Dog club members Lily Reynolds, Cheyeanne Diaz and Kelsey Collins stand with Remington, Kodiak and Moose.
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 1:00 AM
Many locals know Samira Dyer, 28, from La Casita, Lovelock’s Mexican restaurant. 
Dyer is patient and cheerful with her customers, an eclectic mix of locals and travelers. When she has to be, she’s firm. The experience has served her well. 
  • Industry needs boost for BLM, Forest Service budgets and aid for rural communities
    Colin Robertson, head of the state’s Division of Outdoor Recreation, called for more federal funding for land management along with investment in rural communities to help better manage resources stressed by the pandemic, which drove more campers to remote areas even as jobs decreased in outdoor recreation. Continue this story
  • Identification and management of Mormon Crickets
    Mormon crickets are back for another summer, creating nuisances for some Nevadans. “In partnership with Plant Protection and Quarantine program, the Nevada Department of Agriculture surveys grasshopper and Mormon cricket populations to determine needed treatment areas and the most effective timing,” State Entomologist Jeff Knight said. “We had a mild winter in northern Nevada and some later storms, so it’s hard to say what numbers will look like this year.”   Continue this story
  • Larger than life Bronze Buckaroo sculpture to enhance I-80
    A larger-than-life bronze “Born A Buckaroo” sculpture is being installed today along I-80 exit 178 in Winnemucca as part of the Nevada Department of Transportation Winnemucca Landscape and Aesthetics Project that began in 2018. 
    Award-winning Artist Chris Navarro sculpted the buckaroo to be placed along the exit, a project that has taken approximately a year and a half to complete. 
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Ethan Rhodes (left) and Mike Brooks react to the score board while Tom Brooks hugs Ty Arnett and Dave McLean smiles after Pershing County beat Yerington 20-14 on Friday, in Lovelock. The win ended the Lions 29-game winning streak.
Ethan Rhodes (left) and Mike Brooks react to the score board while Tom Brooks hugs Ty Arnett and Dave McLean smiles after Pershing County beat Yerington 20-14 on Friday, in Lovelock. The win ended the Lions 29-game winning streak.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 1:00 AM
In football, every game matters. If the opposing team is inexperienced, that gives the more seasoned team a chance to experiment. Everybody gets off the bench. Players try different positions on for size. 
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