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The youth team “Spice Sistas” Ashley Rookstool and Catherine Welsh cook an Apple Spice Cake during the Nevada Outdoor School 13th annual Buckaroo Dutch Oven Cookoff held Saturday, Sept. 11, at Vesco Park.
The youth team “Spice Sistas” Ashley Rookstool and Catherine Welsh cook an Apple Spice Cake during the Nevada Outdoor School 13th annual Buckaroo Dutch Oven Cookoff held Saturday, Sept. 11, at Vesco Park.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 1:00 AM
The 13th Annual Buckaroo Dutch Oven Cook Off Fundraiser took place Saturday, Sept. 11, at Vesco Park.
  • Extension educators focus on providing 
programs and resources to rural Nevada
    Two new University of Nevada, Reno Extension educators are working with their communities to build strong programs and provide needed resources in their areas, northern Nye County and Lander County. Continue this story
  • Judge denies Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Burns Paiute Tribe request to halt activity at Thacker Pass mine site
    District Court Judge Miranda Du again denied a petition to delay preliminary excavations at the planned Thacker Pass lithium mine on Friday, a decision that means work at the mine site can continue but one that could also set up a conflict with demonstrators camped in the area.
    Attorneys for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, the Burns Paiute Tribe and the People of Red Mountain had sought a preliminary injunction to prevent the company developing the mine, Lithium Nevada, from starting on digging that they said could destroy artifacts and remains. 
    Continue this story
  • Nevada researchers studying herbicides in hopes of reducing wildfire fuels
    With wildfires raging in the West, two University of Nevada, Reno researchers are doing further studies on two herbicides known to reduce cheatgrass, a fine fuel that ignites readily. The researchers are looking at the herbicides’ effects on more desired plant species that often grow with cheatgrass, including native bunchgrasses and forbs, or wildflowers, in order to give land managers the information they need to weigh the costs and benefits of using these herbicides, Plateau and Rejuvra. This work will hopefully give managers a better tool to reduce flammable cheatgrass while allowing desired forbs and bunchgrasses to increase. Continue this story
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After nearly a month between games for various reasons, the Battle Mountain High School football team returned to Tim Knight Field this past Friday and knocked off North Tahoe 40-13 to improve to 2-0 on the season.
After nearly a month between games for various reasons, the Battle Mountain High School football team returned to Tim Knight Field this past Friday and knocked off North Tahoe 40-13 to improve to 2-0 on the season.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 1:00 AM
It almost felt like the season-opener all over again.
The Battle Mountain High School football team was back on Tim Knight Field, nearly a month after playing Lincoln County on Aug. 20. 
The Longhorns had their game with Needles, Calif., canceled the next week and Battle Mountain and White Pine tried to play in back-to-back weeks, only to see that contest knocked off the schedule.
  • Lady Bucks finish second on home course, third in Fallon
    The Northern 3A girls golf schedule made its way to Winnemucca and Fallon this past week, with a familiar face atop the standings.
    Douglas continued its winning ways on Monday, Sept. 13, winning the tournament held at Winnemucca Municipal Golf Course with a score of 382. 
    Lowry placed second on its home course at 394 and Truckee was third at 399. Elko (428), Fernley (471), Spring Creek (489) and Dayton (600) rounded out the team scores.
    Continue this story
  • Lady Bucks knock off Hug, North Valleys, fall to South Tahoe
    It was a busy week for the Lowry High School girls soccer team with a game added at the end that was unexpected.
    Lowry hosted Hug on Tuesday, Sept. 14, and beat the Reno school 6-3 after leading 1-0 at halftime.
    Continue this story
  • Pershing County football team clears the stage
    Last Friday night began with a disappointment but ended with a win for the Pershing County Mustangs football team. The varsity boys expected to host the Silver Stage Nighthawks but plans changed at the last minute.  Continue this story
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