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LadyCats to play for state

By Tylar Laity  White Pine girls basketball coach For the third year in a row, the White Pine High girls basketball team will be one of the final four teams to play in their division at the NIAA … [Read More...]


WPHS Rodeo team heading to Moapa

The White Pine Jr. High and High School Rodeo Team will be competing at the Moapa Rodeo this weekend. The Rodeo will be held at the Clark County … [Read More...]

Ladycats primed for playoffs

By Tylar Laity White Pine girls basketball coach The White Pine High girls basketball team finished off the regular season last week with three … [Read More...]

Bobcats medal three at state wrestling

As the 2A state wrestling tournament came to an end last Saturday in Sparks, White Pine High coach Mark Dolezal took a little time to reflect. “We had … [Read More...]

Bobcat boys end season

Basketball came to an end for the White Pine High boys last week, but it was not the way first-year coach Terrall Trask had hoped for when the season … [Read More...]

Player of the Week

Mikinley Prengel #12, who led in scoring in two out of the three games last week scoring 32 points total and grabbing 21 rebounds along with 9 steals. … [Read More...]

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Anderson’s Food Town turns 40

  By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray Anderson’s Food Town turned 40 this month and to celebrate we dug through the archives and found the picture … [Read More...]

Northern Nevada Railway gets shout out on CBS Big Bang Theory show

In the most recent episode of the “The Big Bang Theory,” that aired on February 7th, the main character, Sheldon, is headed to the Nevada Northern … [Read More...]


Equal pay bill is a waste of time and money

If you ever seek to land a government contract in Nevada — paving roads, scrubbing floors, selling typing paper — under a proposed law you will be … [Read More...]

Proposed environmental bills would kill jobs

With delusions of saving the planet from catastrophic warming, a Las Vegas assemblyman is offering up a futile gesture in the form of a bill to ban … [Read More...]


James Edward Dumont (JD)

JD was 73. Born on Fort Klamath reservation in Chilquin Oregon, on September 28th 1943 to Robert and Clarisse Dumont. He lost his battle with … [Read More...]

Richard John Shields

Richard John Shields passed away surrounded by family on February 20th, 2017.  As a lifelong mortician, he could not have designed a more perfect … [Read More...]

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Alzheimer’s meeting in March

Effective communication strategies teaches caregivers to decode verbal and behavioral communication by someone with Alzheimer’s and other … [Read More...]

Museum of host open house

The White Pine Public Museum, located at 2000 Aultman Street, Ely, Nevada, will be hosting an open house and membership drive on Sunday, January 8 … [Read More...]

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