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  • Over 20 guns missing after local hardware store robbed
    At approximately 1:23 a.m. on Wednesday, law enforcement officers were dispatched to CB Brown’s True Value Hardware in Winnemucca and found the front door area glass broken, as well as a glass case where approximately 25 handguns had been taken. The investigation is currently ongoing and as of presstime Thursday morning there had been no arrests or recovery of the missing guns.  Continue this story
  • RPC approves Hampton Inn site plan
    The Regional Planning Commission approved a site plan review submitted by Karandeep Nagra to construct a 4-story, 91 room Hampton Inn hotel to be located at the old Reliable Ace Hardware building at 930 West Winnemucca Boulevard. The approval is subject to an environmental site assessment to determine what if any remediation is necessary to clean up contaminated soil from a previous heating oil leak. 
    The property was sold with an Environmental Covenant which was recorded with the Humboldt County Recorder’s Office in 2015. 
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  • Former Reno mayor, lieutenant governor Bob Cashell dies at 81
    Bob Cashell, the former longtime mayor of Reno and Nevada lieutenant governor known for his big personality, died on Tuesday at a Reno hospital. He was 81.
    Jim Bauserman, a family friend, confirmed the news to The Nevada Independent. A source close to the family says he had heart problems and died after a brief illness.
    Community leaders, including current Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve, offered tributes on Tuesday.
    “He touched so many with his larger than life personality,” Schieve said on Twitter. “He loved the entire Reno community like they were his very own family. His legacy will forever be remembered as one of Reno’s greatest!”
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Friday, February 21, 2020 1:00 AM
The Humboldt County Rural Basketball League concluded its regular season last week.
A Division II contest between McDermitt Blue and the Paradise Panthers kicked off the day’s events. Cayden Crutcher scored three points for Blue in the first quarter with a free throw and a 2-point shot.
  • Winnemucca High School Hall of Fame inducts three new members
    The Winnemucca High School Hall of Fame inducted three new members during last Saturday’s boys basketball game between Lowry and Dayton.
    The Winnemuca High School Hall of Fame honors both Humboldt County and Lowry student/athletes and contributors. 
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  • The McDermitt High School boys basketball team concluded its season at home on Friday, Feb. 14, with a 44-36 loss to Eureka. The Bulldogs missed out on the playoffs, finishing 4-8 in the Eastern 1A and 6-17 overall. Continue this story
  • Sparked by another standout game from Jalen Harris, who scored 26 with nine rebounds, Nevada beat New Mexico 88-74 on Tuesday night.
    It was a game that marked the first return to the Pit of former Lobos coaches Steve Alford, who left New Mexico to coach UCLA before ending up at Reno, Nev., and Craig Neal, who replaced Alford with the Lobos, before getting fired after four years and joining Alford with the Wolf Pack.
    Both were booed heartily at their entrance to the arena.
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