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Jathum’s sisters and brother are a great support system. (left to right) 15 month-old Julian,  Opal who is nine,  Danilynn who is five, almost six, and Jathum, age four, wearing his face mask to prevent infection.
Jathum’s sisters and brother are a great support system. (left to right) 15 month-old Julian, Opal who is nine, Danilynn who is five, almost six, and Jathum, age four, wearing his face mask to prevent infection.
Friday, August 18, 2017 1:00 AM
Four year-old Jathum Kenison has been doing his part to fight Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) since he was diagnosed four months ago. Part of that effort has meant long weekly trips to the Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. His treatment, including blood transfusions and chemotherapy almost every week at Primary Children’s Hospital is expected to take three years. 
  • The method in our madness
    Friday, August 18, 2017 1:00 AM
    'Follow the Elefant’ catalogues the motorcycle travels of Brittany and Ehren Inkel. Originally from northern Minnesota, they lived in Winnemucca for a spell and credit the high desert community as the beginning point for both the north and south legs of their journey from Alaska to Argentina. Read more about their adventures at followtheelefant.com.

  • Humboldt County Pets of the Week
    Friday, August 18, 2017 1:00 AM
    These dogs are available from the Winnemucca City-County Animal Shelter.

  • Celebrating summer readers and volunteers
    Wednesday, August 16, 2017 1:00 AM
    A library is usually a sedate place — calm, dignified and quiet. That atmosphere was exchanged for laughter and fun, pizza, games and balloons when the summer reading program children and their families congregated at Humboldt County Library last Thursday afternoon for a pizza party and prizes to honor the readers and volunteers that made the summer program such a success. 
  • Weeds in New Alfalfa Stands
    Wednesday, August 16, 2017 1:00 AM
    With all of the moisture, we have received this year; it is turning out to be a banner year for weeds. This may present a major problem as many farmers are putting their fields, which have been fallow the past few years, back into alfalfa.
  • Weststates brings together 80 for huge company meeting
    Tuesday, August 15, 2017 1:00 AM
    ELKO — Weststates Property Management Company, headquartered in Elko, held their two-day annual company meeting at the Convention Center July 26-27th. 
  • Stay Calm on the Investment “Roller Coaster”
    Tuesday, August 15, 2017 1:00 AM
    Unless you live near an amusement park that does a lot of advertising, you probably didn’t know that Aug. 16 is National Roller Coaster Day. Actual roller coasters provide people with thrills. But as an investor, how can you stay calm on the “roller coaster” of the financial markets?
  • Word on the Street: Winnemucca residents give their opinions
    Tuesday, August 15, 2017 1:00 AM
    Brief: Word on the Street is a new weekly segment where we ask readers for their opinions on topics important to them. This week's Word on the Street comes from Winnemucca, where we asked: "The Trump Administration’s proposed budget would cut funding to long-distance Amtrak lines such as the California Zephyr in order to allocate more funds to the Northeast Corridor, so Winnemucca could potentially lose the train station. What do you think?"

  • Detroit: Racially charged drama about 1967 riots rings chillingly true today
    Monday, August 14, 2017 1:00 AM
    In "Detroit," director Katheryn Bigelow turns up the heat on the 50th anniversary of one of the most deadly and destructive racially charged riots in our nation’s history.
  • Ask Earthtalk: The Environmental Conscience of Instagram
    Monday, August 14, 2017 1:00 AM
    EarthTalk tackles questions about the Earth and our environment with thoughtful, concise answers that give readers solid and balanced environmental information. The editors of E - The Environmental Magazine tackle key issues, provides tips on how one can “green up” his or her own lifestyle and offers insight for people who want the big picture about the global environment. 

  • Sauvignon blanc can be more than a chardonnay alternative
    Sunday, August 13, 2017 1:00 AM
    We have found over time that people who hate chardonnay seem to gravitate to sauvignon blanc because it is distinctly different and more refreshing on warm days.

    We get that its crisp acidity and generous grapefruit flavors are palate cleansers, but on the same token the grassy and citrus attack on the palate can make the mouth pucker. Finding the right sauvignon blanc for your palate is like walking through a minefield.
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