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  • Communities learn ways to reduce wildfire threat at virtual summit
    University of Nevada, Reno Extension’s Living With Fire Program presents the Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities Summit. This year’s theme is “Creating the Toolbox for a Fire Adapted Nevada.”  Continue this story
  • New vaccine for cattle protects against fetal calf loss from EBA – anatomy of a vaccine development
    A new vaccine just approved by the USDA in September promises to turn the tide against Epizootic Bovine Abortion, also known as the foothill abortion disease, that has caused devastating losses in range cattle exceeding $10 million annually in California, Oregon and Nevada.
    The vaccine, developed through extensive research at the University of Nevada, Reno and the University of California, Davis, was commercialized by Hygieia Biological Laboratories of Woodland, California, and is now available to the cattle industry. This license marks a pivotal advancement in decreasing those substantial calf losses and comes as the result of decades of work by generations of scientists and cattle producers.
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  • The Nevada Traveler: The story of Frenchman’s Station
    Motorists crossing Nevada’s midsection on U.S. 50 sometimes notice a name on their Google map — a place called Frenchman’s Station — about 30 miles east of Fallon and see absolutely nothing. Continue this story
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SPORTS
Devin Moura wrestles a competitor.
Devin Moura wrestles a competitor.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 1:00 AM
PCHS coaches bestow many awards during an active sports season. Often they go to the swiftest and strongest, but sometimes the coaches recognize other qualities. Readers can see for themselves the values the program encourages by studying three recent Lovelock Review-Miner athletes of the month. They each won the prize last spring.
Devin Moura, a junior, is a two-time state wrestling runner-up. With no state championship tournaments on the near horizon, he’ll have to wait until his senior year for another shot at bringing home the gold.
  • Nevada suffers first loss of the season
    Chevan Cordeiro passed for 246 yards and a touchdown and scored on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter and Hawaii beat Nevada 24-21 on Saturday night.
    Cordeiro was 26-of-32 passing without an interception and had 15 carries for 62 yards. Calvin Turner had 10 receptions for 77 yards and a TD for Hawaii (3-3 Mountain West Conference).
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  • Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller, the most famous walk-on in college football this season, isn’t ready to walk away from the sport.
    After the soccer player-turned kicker became the first woman to play in a Power Five conference football game, Fuller said she wants to remain a member of the team.
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  • San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan said the team was blindsided by new coronavirus regulations put in place by Santa Clara County officials that will force the 49ers to find a temporary new home for practice and games.
    The county announced the new rules Saturday that include a three-week ban on practices and games for contact sports starting Monday. The Niners were on a plane getting ready to travel to Los Angeles where they beat the Rams 23-20 on Sunday when the players and coaches heard about the new rules that will force the team out of its homes.
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