Drama club to perform Shakespeare Oct. 21

By Kathy Tucker White Pine High School Twelve of the White Pine Players Drama Club members spent three days at Cedar City for the Utah Shakespearean Festival's high school competition.  This is an annual event over two decades old. Schools from … [Read more...]

Four from Eureka junior high compete in state rodeo

Eighth grader TeAnna Green runs the barrels representing the Eureka Junior High Rodeo Club at the state finals in Winnemucca.
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The Eureka junior high rodeo club had four members compete in the junior high state championships in Winnemucca over Memorial weekend. Two eighth graders and two sixth graders competed with kids from around the state in rodeo events such as barrel … [Read more...]

White Pine County Sheriff’s Blotter Report

Submitted by the White Pine Sheriff’s Office for Oct. 8-14. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the blotter or … [Read more...]

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Every year I see the newspaper post pictures, highlights and games of High School athletes, nothing is ever posted about Middle School athletics. Where do you think High School athletes start out? Middle School volleyball just … [Read more...]

Court Sentences

Court Sentences for Oct. 13 —  Russell E. Draper, Battery by a prisoner in lawful custody, Felony. Sentencing: $25 Administrative Assessment Fee, $3 GMA fee, $100 PSI fee, $150 DNA fee, $300 Attorney fee, $1,000 Drug Court Assessment fee, 19-48 … [Read more...]

Ladycats soccer bounces back from tough loss to beat Yerington

Lucy Fullmer of White Pine dribbles a pass around a Yerington defender in the Ladycat’s 7-0 home win on Oct. 10. (Garrett Estrada photo)

Ladycats soccer coach Tyler Laity said before his team’s game against first place Whittell that his players were looking to make a statement to the league. The statement that his team ended up making however was not quite what Laity had in mind. The … [Read more...]

Learning Bridge Teacher of the Month

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Linda Montgomery came to Learning Bridge Charter School out of retirement. This is her second year teaching 5th grade for Learning Bridge. She is a dedicated teacher who gives so much to the school and to the students of her classroom. Learning … [Read more...]

Holiday Fashion Show

Fashion Show

The seventh Annual Holiday Fashion Show will be held Nov. 29. Last year’s event sold out and raised over $3,000 for the CACH program. New this year tickets will be offered at Economy Drug only and assigned tables/seating will be available. On Oct. 20 … [Read more...]

Meet The Candidates

John Lampros

COUNTY COMMISSION - SEAT 1 JOHN LAMPROS I was born in McGill, Nevada on April 29, 1940 to Steve and Helen Lampros and raised in McGill. My father Steve was killed in a mining accident in 1942. In 1944 my mother married David D. Dragosavac, who … [Read more...]

Latest study should further dampen Las Vegas’ appetite for rural groundwater

A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey published this summer has added credence and hard numbers to the arguments from opponents to a plan by Las Vegas water utilities to tap 84,000 acre-feet of groundwater from valleys in White Pine and Lincoln … [Read more...]

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