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Tuesday, September 27, 2022 1:00 AM
In a midterm campaign season dominated by inflation, abortion and crime, there's another issue that is becoming more urgent in Western states: drought.
The topic of water historically has played little to no role in campaign ads in much of the region, but funding to fight drought is coming up now in door-knocking campaigns and is on the long list of talking points that advocacy groups are using to rally voters in two states with vulnerable Democratic incumbents and looming water cuts: Nevada and Arizona.
  • US flag returns home to Winnemucca
    A US Flag that was carried by the US Army’s 1864th Transportation Company, Nevada National Guard during Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2004-05, recently returned to Winnemucca and is on display at the Veteran’s Hall at 3300 Bengochea Circle. Continue this story
  • City and county commence black fly and mosquito mitigation efforts
    The flies and mosquitoes begin their relentless campaign to bother and pilfer blood in the beginning of April, but preparation and mitigation efforts must be framed before that. Catching the pesky insects while they are in the larva phase is critical in order to really combat them. 
    The Humboldt County Board of Commissioners and City of Winnemucca City Council met on Sept. 19 for a joint meeting to discuss black fly and mosquito mitigation. The County and City cost share agreement allows the two entities to partner in efforts to tackle both County and City concerns, like annoying insects.
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  • Clear Skies, Clear Minds
    At Nevada Outdoor School we are singing praises for a summer of clear skies!  No smoke is worthy of celebration!  We are thankful for wet afternoon thunderstorms and fire prevention behavior because without the fires and smoke of years past we have been able to really enjoy Nevada blue skies for our own recreation as well as our opportunities to share nature with kids.  There is no doubt that when the air is fresh and clean there is a positive reaction in our bodies and our minds. Continue this story
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The Battle Mountain High School football team during the National Anthem prior to Friday’s home game against Incline.
The Battle Mountain High School football team during the National Anthem prior to Friday’s home game against Incline.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 1:00 AM
It may not have been the prettiest at times on Friday night at Tim Knight Field in Battle Mountain but the Battle Mountain High School football team picked up an important victory in the Northern 2A with a 21-9 win over Incline.
The Longhorns improved to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the Northern 2A and have won three games in a row.
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