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  • Over 20 guns missing after local hardware store robbed
    Friday, February 21, 2020 1:00 AM
    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. 
  • RPC approves Hampton Inn site plan
    Friday, February 21, 2020 1:00 AM
    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. 
  • Former Reno mayor, lieutenant governor Bob Cashell dies at 81
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    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!”
  • Officials look to churches, grocery stores, cultural events to bring census message to hard-to-count communities
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    Imagine going to the supermarket and finding a sticker advertising the census on the apples in the produce aisle. Or stopping by a gas station and hearing a catchy jingle about how everyone counts for the census. 
    These are two of the approaches census outreach organizers in Nevada are considering as they work toward ensuring historically underrepresented and undercounted communities participate in the 2020 Census. Although April 1 is census day, notices and forms about the census will start arriving in the mail in March, with follow-ups running from April through July.
  • County organizations secure OHV grant funds
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    For the third year in a row, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and Nevada Outdoor School (NOS) in Winnemucca have received monies from the off-highway vehicle (OHV)  grant funding program. A sand dunes recreational development program that began two years ago awaits BLM approval to move forward, at risk of losing the remaining grant funding and ability to complete the project. 
    Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Off Highway Vehicle Program Manager Nikhill Narkhede said he is concerned with one project in Winnemucca that was awarded almost $150,000 in the first round of grant funding and still has not been able to complete the project, due to governmental red tape. 
  • Museum to open permanent Basque exhibit
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    On Saturday, the Humboldt Museum will officially open a permanent Basque Exhibit celebrating the Basque heritage that has been a prominent cultural community influence in Nevada for well over 100 years. 
    The Basque Exhibit is a local collaborative effort between North Central Nevada Historical Society, Euskaldunak Danak Bat, artists Teddy Swecker and Kitty Norcutt, and craftsmen Jim Cisna, John Iroz and Martin Iroz. 
  • New Pershing County 4-H Club class
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    While some Pershing County 4-H Club activities have come to a halt due to a shortage of volunteers, a new Arts & Crafts class was established last week thanks to a new volunteer. The first class happened on Friday, just in time for participants to design Valentine’s Day cards.
    Leonna Bianchi was asked to lead the group according to UNCE Clerk Dixie McKay who helped round up supplies and get the word out. McKay said the class is open to 4-H Club members of all ages and it’s not just for Cloverbuds, the youngest club members aged 5 to 8 years old. 
  • Check cattle for lice in late winter/early spring
    Wednesday, February 19, 2020 1:00 AM
    Now is a good time to check cattle for lice infestations. Although lice can be present throughout the entire year, high numbers of lice are most likely during winter months when cattle have longer, thicker hair coats, which make self-grooming less effective in reducing lice numbers. Hot summer temperatures, direct exposure to sun and rain showers, all play a role in reducing lice numbers and offer further explanation of why heavy lice infestations are most often seen during winter months.
  • In 2011, the Legislature created a mining oversight board — then it stopped meeting
    Wednesday, February 19, 2020 1:00 AM
    When then-Gov. Brian Sandoval appointed Melissa Clary to the Mining Oversight and Accountability Commission in January 2018, her expectation was that the board would soon meet to help regulate an industry so intertwined with Nevada’s politics that it is recognized on the state seal. 
    But a year after her appointment, there was a problem: It never met.
  • Humboldt General Hospital welcomes second ‘Dr. Bright’ to organization
    Friday, February 14, 2020 1:00 AM
    Janie Bright, PharmD, does not regret her decision to move to Winnemucca one bit.
    The new staff pharmacist at Humboldt General Hospital says she saw some wonderful opportunities in pharmacy here. Perhaps even more important, she was excited to move to a small community where daughters Kallie (8) and Brielle (5) can grow up.
    “Since we have moved to Winnemucca, this community has been so welcoming,” said Dr. Bright. “From the schools to everyone here at HGH, I am so grateful and excited for this opportunity.”
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