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MICHELLE COOK • Winnemucca Publishing
There are many plants that bloom in the early fall including Rabbitbrush.
MICHELLE COOK • Winnemucca Publishing There are many plants that bloom in the early fall including Rabbitbrush.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:00 AM
The Fall Equinox just occurred on Sept. 21, which means a lineup of great fall activities. 
Here’s a list to get our readers started with enjoying Autumn 2020.
  • Trick or Treat is on
    The city of Winnemucca has announced that it will be allowing trick-or-treating this year with recommended safety guidelines in accordance with the COVID-19 pandemic. 
    City trick-or-treating will be allowed on Saturday, October 31, 2020, from 5-8 p.m. 
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  • Man arrested on child sex charges
    On September 23, 2020, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) arrested Jared Paul Bannon, age 23, on several felony charges including lewdness with a child under the age of 14. Continue this story
  • Little Free Library at Denio Junction and Sheldon Refuge Campground
    The Denio Library has sponsored a Little Free Library at the Denio Junction and the Sheldon Refuge campground.
    Established in February of this year the Little Free Library was only open for a short time before Covid 19 hit. 
    The Little FreeLibrary was emptied and a closed sign was placed in it’s little window.
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Zeke Jackson practices with assistant coach Buzz Brooks last fall.
Zeke Jackson practices with assistant coach Buzz Brooks last fall.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:00 AM
“So, what did you do during quarantine?” One day your children or grandchildren may ask you this question. 
How will you answer? Eight Pershing County Mustang football players could reply in unison. 
Jordan Gentry, Haydon Burrows, Devin Moura, Logan Oberman, Victor Flores, Conner Fecht, Tanner Woodard and Zeke Jackson finished their agility and conditioning requirements during the shutdown.
  • Nevada High School Rodeo Association stops in Battle Mountain
    The Battle Mountain High School Rodeo Club held its rodeo this past weekend with three days of action of high school and junior high school rodeo. 

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  • Two decades of heartbreak at his home track finally ended for Kurt Busch when a little bit of luck fell his way at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
    Busch happened to be the leader when a late caution Sunday night jumbled the field and put him in control of his 0-for-21 losing streak in his hometown. He had three magnificent restarts, including one in overtime, to steal a vital playoff race.
    The good timing helped Busch sneak his way into the third round of the NASCAR Cup playoffs. He had been ranked last among the 12 title contenders before the race; now he’s guaranteed a slot in the round of eight.
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  • Wolf Pack launches We Are Nevada campaign
    The University of Nevada athletics department announced today the “We Are Nevada” campaign, the first major initiative of the Wolf Pack Athletic Association, which was recently formed to provide a more seamless experience for Wolf Pack donors, fans and alumni and to grow support for our more than 400 student-athletes. Continue this story
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