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Wednesday, December 13, 2017 1:00 AM
Pershing County officials and concerned citizens heard presentations on the Burning Man festival before contributing comments and questions during last week’s public hearing hosted by the Bureau of Land Management and Black Rock City, organizer of the event. 
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 6, the Battle Mountain General Hospital (BMGH) board of trustees planned to discuss an increase in hourly wage for physicians working in the emergency room. Construction was also put on hold until new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jason Bleak started work. Continue this story
  • Eddie Davis retires from HGH after 18 years
    Eddie Davis has had a long and fairly diverse career, or perhaps it would be more correct to say he has had several careers. For much of his work-life, he has done an amazing job of taking care of finances at Humboldt General Hospital (HGH). His first employment stint at HGH lasted 18.5 years.  Continue this story
  • Is your dog coughing, or does he or she spend a lot of time with other Winnemucca-area dogs? Your fur-baby might have kennel cough. Continue this story
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The Battle Mountain High School wrestling team was in Winnemucca this past weekend for the Cody Louk Invitational.
Cameron Thompson won the 113-pound weight class and was named the lower weight Most Outstanding Wrestler.
The Battle Mountain High School wrestling team was in Winnemucca this past weekend for the Cody Louk Invitational. Cameron Thompson won the 113-pound weight class and was named the lower weight Most Outstanding Wrestler.
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 1:00 AM
The Battle Mountain High School wrestling team was in Winnemucca this past weekend for the Cody Louk Invitational.
Cameron Thompson won the 113-pound weight class and was named the lower weight Most Outstanding Wrestler.

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LIFESTYLE

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 1:00 AM
Nevada may be cruising smoothly toward its second year of legalized recreational marijuana, but the outlook for cannabis is vastly different in states across the country.
  • HGH EMS trains three levels of responders
    First responders are required to take a specific number of hours of training each year to re-certify to provide CPR and other emergency medical treatment. Dylan Angus, Education Coordinator for HGH EMS, took the lead in putting on a mass training at the Winnemucca Convention Center in November. HGH EMS personnel put on the training and got some great help from Lander County EMS providers. Continue this story
  • Santa shares cookie stash with kids
    Humboldt General Hospital (HGH) EMS shared space with Santa and shared a plethora of cookies this Saturday. Kids and parents from all over the Winnemucca area visited for pictures with their favorite elf.  Continue this story
  • Using goats to improve cattle grazing
    Multi-species grazing is the practice of using two or more livestock species together or separately on the same pasture-land in a specific growing season. With an understanding of the different grazing behaviors of each species, various combinations of animals can be used to more efficiently utilize the forages in a pasture. Continue this story
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