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Family members of Johnathan Mondt stood with the finished floragraph portrait that will be displayed on the Donate Life Rose Parade float in January in Pasadena, CA .Pictured (left to right): Mondt’s mother, Dawn Mondt, wife, Cheyenne McCoy, brother, James Mondt, brother, Stephen Mondt, and father, Doug Mondt.
Family members of Johnathan Mondt stood with the finished floragraph portrait that will be displayed on the Donate Life Rose Parade float in January in Pasadena, CA .Pictured (left to right): Mondt’s mother, Dawn Mondt, wife, Cheyenne McCoy, brother, James Mondt, brother, Stephen Mondt, and father, Doug Mondt.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 1:00 AM
It is never easy losing a loved one, but knowing that they live on through others because they were an organ, eye or tissue donor can help soothe the deep pain that death brings. 
Johnathan “Johnny” Mondt, a beloved husband, father, son, and brother, passed away in 2021 at the age of 29, but he still lives on in the hearts of many.
  • Local rock-painting enthusiast spreads kindness
    From flying in hot air balloons, to painting rocks, Jeremy Crosby has some pretty unique hobbies. His latest hobby, Kindness Corner, aims to spread kindness through the community with painted rocks that he and many others share through a “rock house”, located at the very top of Highland and Bridge St. in his front yard.   Continue this story
  • Respite care available at senior center provides much needed breaks for caregivers, fun time for seniors
    Being a dedicated and loving caregiver to someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or other types of dementia is a very generous and very involved commitment. 
    Finding the time and means for self care can be very difficult as a caregiver, but the Age-and Dementia-Friendly Winnemucca Project (ADF), a partner of Dementia Friendly Nevada, and the Pleasant Senior Center, located on Lay St., work together to create a free and purposeful time for caretakers to get much needed breaks every Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.   
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  • LEOs collect toys, donations for local children
    Local first responders and the Frontier Community Action Agency (FCAA) are teaming up this year for the seventh annual Christmas Cops program— a toy drive that  helps make sure that many children who might have otherwise gone without this Christmas, receive a special gift. 
    New, unwrapped toys—for children of any age— should be brought to WalMart on Dec. 3, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., where members from public safety agencies in Humboldt County will be waiting to help with donations. 
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Lowry’s Britain Backus shoots over the outstretched arm of a Spanish Springs’ defender.
Lowry’s Britain Backus shoots over the outstretched arm of a Spanish Springs’ defender.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 1:00 AM
The last time the Lowry High School girls basketball team was on the floor, they were celebrating a state championship at Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas.
Since then, the Lady Bucks have a new coach, which is a former coach in Chelsea Cabatbat and have replaced four starting seniors that are now in college.
Despite all the new faces in place, it seems nothing has changed. 
The Lady Bucks picked up four wins at the Spanish Springs tournament in Reno and Sparks this past weekend. 
The four wins extended Lowry’s win streak to 23 games, dating back to last year.
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