Archives for September 2016

General Manager

.GENERAL MANAGER needed for our newspaper group in Winnemucca, Nevada.  Retail Advertising Manager experience a plus but not required.  Health benefits, competitive salary and commission based on company financial performance.  EOE.  Send resume and c … [Read more...]

12 Guage Shotgun

LOST: 12 Guage shotgun in Duck Creek area on Saturday, Sep 24th. Please call 775-846-7581 if found. … [Read more...]

White Pine Jr. & High School Rodeo weekend results

The White Pine Jr. & High School Rodeo was held last weekend at the fairgrounds. Following are the results of the competition. High School Barrel Racing: Teanna Green - 12th place Jaice Robinson - 13th place Shay Zeman - 20th place Tabitha … [Read more...]

Lawmakers should punt on stadium funding plan

Gov. Brian Sandoval is calling the Legislature into special session in October to consider raising the room tax on Las Vegas tourists by almost 1 percentage point to put $750 million toward a $1.9 billion domed football stadium for the Oakland … [Read more...]

Bobcats struggle against Pershing County team, face Incline on Friday

The White Pine High School Bobcat football squad had to stomach another difficult defeat last Thursday, this time to 4th ranked Pershing County, 48-6. In the last two weeks, the Bobcats have had to play the two toughest teams in the conference, … [Read more...]

Ladycat soccer to battle for top spot

By Tylar Laity The Ladycats will host the Whittell Warriors on Thursday night, under the lights at 7 p.m., in what coach Tylar Laity says is the biggest game of the year. “This game will be our biggest challenge yet with both teams entering the g … [Read more...]

Time to cut occupational licensing requirements in Nevada

With Nevada still clinging to its ignominious ranking of second worst in the nation in joblessness, more needs to be done to clear away the hurdles for those seeking to earn a decent living. One place where the deadwood can be cleared is in the … [Read more...]

Question 1 is restrictive of gun control measures

By John Hambrick As a retired federal law enforcement officer and the current Speaker of the Nevada Assembly, I have taken oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States, which puts reasonable limitations on the power of the … [Read more...]

Local Volunteers Dig Into National Public Lands Day

Donning work gloves and grabbing long-handled shovels, National Public Lands Day volunteers Saturday, dug in, leveling soil around the newly-constructed accessibility ramp outside the Lehman Caves Visitor Center in Great Basin National Park. Park … [Read more...]

City attorney’s discipline record suggests compromised ethics

In light of the city’s filing of a lawsuit against S&S Shortline Leasing in 2015, a decision that now has them scrambling to find a way to annex into the city a strip of land a few feet wide and approximately 150 miles long in order to avoid l … [Read more...]