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Tuesday, June 21, 2022 1:00 AM
Several races were decided after the closed primary election and in Humboldt County, the elections were canvassed during a special meeting of Humboldt County commissioners June 20.  
  • Humboldt sheriff’s office strengthens capabilities of responding deputies

    Proper gear is crucial to the protection of both the public and the officers protecting the public, which is why the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) is consistently working to enhance their training and quality of equipment. Each patrol shift at the HCSO has been issued protective ballistic shields to have at least one on shift with them at all times, which increases the safety of deputies and adds another layer of protection against lethal threats, according to Humboldt County Sheriff, Mike Allen.

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  • Channel 14 students attend national conference
    What group in Lovelock speaks six languages, directs, produces, acts and flies to Phoenix, Arizona? 
    If you guessed Shelly Nee’s broadcasting class at Pershing County High School, you’re right.
    The Pershing County School District owns and operates K14KQ Channel 14. Nee and her students have kept it humming for 22 years.
    If you visit their Facebook page, be sure to watch the Pershing County Horror Show from 2012, a first attempt at a suspense video.
    They also filmed the Be the Light Parade in 2020, when Covid squelched school sports, the prom and the traditional graduation ceremony. 
    Over the years, they’ve covered everything from football games to a first-grade butterfly release.
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  • Cyanco holds emergency preparedness drill with local first responders
    High stakes chemicals are not of the usual concerns for first responders in their daily work, but have to be in a community that is home to booming industries that handle all sorts of serious materials. The first responders in Humboldt County participated in a safety drill with Cyanco—one of the leading mineral extraction chemical manufacturers in the nation— to improve the comprehensive skills and reaction capabilities of both Cyanco and the local first responders. According to Cyanco, the drill presented an opportunity for environmental, health, and safety professionals in Winnemucca to experience a real-life scenario with which they would be responsible for in a true emergency situation, if one were to occur. Continue this story
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SPORTS
Lowry’s Kaiden Boyles was as a Northern 3A East  and Northern 3A first team choice, as well as a second-team all-state pick in the postseason awards.
Lowry’s Kaiden Boyles was as a Northern 3A East and Northern 3A first team choice, as well as a second-team all-state pick in the postseason awards.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 1:00 AM
Lowry High School’s Kaiden Boyles was named to the Northern 3A and Northern 3A first-team for his play a pitcher and utility this year for the Buckaroo baseball team. 
  • Battle Mountain Little League all-star softball teams compete in Spring Creek
    The Battle Mountain major and junior all-star softball teams made their way to Spring Creek this past weekend and Monday for the District 3 tournament. The junior all-stars beat Ruby Mountain and Elko to reach the championship game. Battle Mountain took on Elko in the title game on Monday and results were not available at press time. If Battle Mountain wins, it would advance to the state tournament in Las Vegas in July. The Battle Mountain major all-star squad lost games to White Pine and Ruby Mountain.

     
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  • Fun in the sun
    So far, Wolf Pack leads with a 4-0 record. But there’s plenty of adult softball season left. It lasts through the end of July.
    Wolf Pack has competition from the defending champs, Thick N Wild. There’s also Modelo Time, Brew Crew, Weekend Warriors, Second Stringers, Smokin’ Aces and Goyo’s Garage.
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  • Future Mustangs hoop it up at camp
    Every summer, pre-K through eighth graders get a chance to compete against campers in their own age bracket. Continue this story
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