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Second-graders in Winnemucca got to visit Riverside Park to learn about watersheds during recent field trips. The event was organized and facilitated by the Nevada Outdoor School. Above, Yaretzi Hernandez, Alexander Dagio-Villalobos and Keston Unrein hold strings attached to a “water hole” that illustrates how animals, plants and bugs compete for the resource.
Second-graders in Winnemucca got to visit Riverside Park to learn about watersheds during recent field trips. The event was organized and facilitated by the Nevada Outdoor School. Above, Yaretzi Hernandez, Alexander Dagio-Villalobos and Keston Unrein hold strings attached to a “water hole” that illustrates how animals, plants and bugs compete for the resource.
Friday, April 20, 2018 1:00 AM
Recently Nevada Outdoor School (NOS) used the outdoors as classroom to provide a Watershed Field Trip for second-graders in Winnemucca, Battle Mountain and Imlay. 
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Lowry's Rachel Garrison begins her throw in the shot put at the Northwest Invite in Reno.
ANNIE DRAKE • Special to the Sun Lowry's Rachel Garrison begins her throw in the shot put at the Northwest Invite in Reno.
Friday, April 20, 2018 1:00 AM
A handful of Lowry High School track and field athletes were in Reno last Saturday for the Northwest Invite at McQueen High School.

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