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Winter Concert At The Peppermill Concert Hall

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

Due to the generosity of the Peppermill Properties, giving the space, the time and the expertise of its employees, the use of its machinery, and the beautiful setting of the Concert Hall, the West Wendover Music department and its teachers, first Miss Eklund(now retired) and now Mr. Marvosh can present and conduct a Wonderful Evening of Music and dance, in Spring and in Winter. And it is to the delight of the audience watching, that the hard work of those students culminate into those performances.

And so, again, it was pure Joy before Christmas and the New Year to come.

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The Guitar ensemble, music teacher Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Kim Reamer)

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Junior/Senior High School Band, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Kim Reamer)

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Junior/Senior High School Choir, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Kim Reamer)

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Junior/Senior High School Cheerleaders, directed by Xavier Carey, Mike Polise Piano (Photo credit: Kim Reamer)

 

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Junior/Senior High School Cheerleaders, directed by Xavier Carey, Mike Polise Piano (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

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Junior/Senior High School Band, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

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Junior/Senior High School Band, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

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Junior/Senior High School Band, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

 

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The Guitar ensemble, music teacher Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

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The Guitar ensemble, music teacher Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)

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Junior/Senior High School Cheerleaders, directed by Xavier Carey, Mike Polise Piano (Photo credit: Lou Copelan)


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Junior/Senior High School Choir, directed by Devin Marvosh (Photo credit: Kim Reamer)

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Geri Wopschall Around the County

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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White Pine County Library Board meeting

December 8

  Diane Hanson “We have to be careful now. Not only is Lori recording, but Geri is recording.”

  The County has requested the library to use debit cards as much as possible because they get credit. It saves the county money, so we have a lot of small amounts to sign for. They getting credit on our expenditures.

  Roll call – Lee McOmber and Mike Coster not present . One guest present.

  Budget report- everything is status quo and budget is in line.

  Statistical report : Out of state visitors were 65 in 2014 and 41 in 2015.

   Wilda Garber “ Mike Coster has joined us.”

  Library expansion- third handicap parking space needs to be put in plans and everything is a go ahead. Contractors needs about two weeks to get bonds in order and the work will begin. Shoving dirt by December 31.

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  Approval of Lori Romero’s Recertification letter to be submitted to the Nevada State Library.

  A request for personal financial statements from the board members was sent out. The board members have never had to do this before and this may have been sent out by mistake.

Lori “I have asked Mike Wheable to advise me on this.”

Wilda “We are not elected, so we should not have to. “

Lori “Past legal advice is you don’t have to . I do have a call in to get the the right answer.”

City Council meeting December 10

  Liquor License approved for Harmon Place 1. Bruce Setterstrom abstained, he is part owner of The Pizza Factory.

Bruce Setterstrom ” I abstain, I have a financial interest in the Pizza Factory.”

  Outwest Excavating was  approved for one year and extra land for scrap metal at the Land Fill.

  Mayor Van Camp – override of November 25 handicap parking at 1052 Lyons Ave.

  Pat Robinson made motion to approve Bill No. 2015-31. Adopting specific provisions pertaining to reserved parking.

Vote 3-1 against Pat Robinson only yes vote.

  Pat Robinson made motion Bill No. 2015-32. Adding new section pertaining to residential handicap parking. No second. Motion failed.

  Audit reports for the Railroad and for the City of Ely were favorable.

Approved.

  Bruce Setterstrom – direction to City Fire Department on response area.

  Bruce Setterstrom “In the last year the county stopped paying for city fire services. They say they don’t want or need the city fire services and they are not going to pay for services. They failed to tell the people south of the city, that the city is no longer their first responders.” “If the county doesn’t accept the proposal that their team agreed to, the city will not cross city lines after the 16.” “There is a joint meeting on the 16th.”

  Bruce Setterstrom motion “The City will not cross city lines after December 16 for EMT, Fire or search and rescue if the county denies the payment of $6,000.00 a month to the city.”

  Second by Jolene Gardner

Jennifer Lee  “There is a difference between dispatch calling Ely last and Ely refusing to go.”

Betsy Lopez “I pay taxes in the city and live in the county.”

Bruce Setterstrom “The city will put out the fire at your business, but we will watch your house burn at the city line.”

  Mike Coster “Councilman Setterstrom is using a verity of tools that have broken the ice lose on this. Let’s not loss that progress by using a  nuclear option. Make cut off December 31. Modify motion to give time.”

  Mike Coster “if I find a way I will report  this whole mess to the State Fire Marshal.”

  Bruce Setterstrom started to read a letter:

(Bruce Setterstrom read the first three items. I thought you would like to read it all)

Bruce Setterstrom amended his motion to January 1 for the city emergency services not go out of city limits.

Second and passed.

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Ordinance 692, Bill No. 2015-30, will allow fines for urinating in public.

Coming events:

Monday’s – Celebrate Recovery, 16 Shoshone Circle – 7pm (775-410-1341)

Party Night – First Tuesday of every month. Democrats meet at the library 5:30. GOP meet at Prospector Hotel 7:00

December 18 – Senior Center Christmas Lunch 12:00

December  25 – Community Christmas Dinner, Bristlecone convention center , 11:00 to 2:00

EVFD Annual New Years Eve Ball

January – 15 VFW Conference

January – 16 – Fire and Ice

January 16 – Lincoln Day Breakfast – 8:00 to noon –  call – 977-692-7322  Price $26.00 before 12-31 and $30.00 after

January 30 – Rotary Fishing Derby

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Philosopher Camus wrote “Always go too far, because that’s where you will find the truth.”

“I tell you folks, all politics is applesauce.”Will Rogers

  If you ever want to spend an hour in a friendly, happy place go to a Library Board meeting. This meeting is a pleasure to attend, not a lot of news, good for the soul. Thank you ladies!

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City of Ely Council Meeting

  We have a weak County Commission, who drag their feet and would rather pay someone to make the hard discussions.

The City of Ely has become bullies and throw out threats.

Victims of their actions are anyone living or traveling south of the Ely City limits and the dedicated fire departments volunteers.

  I agree the County Commissioners have not responded or taken care of any business in a efficient timely manner. The City threatening the safety of the citizens of White Pine County is out of line.

  Bruce Setterstrom mentioned the negotiating team from the county accepted the terms of paying $6,000 a month. Thanks Bruce, I had to listen to that meeting for the third time. The team only agreed to set a time and date for the city to meet with the county. This time and date was long coming and there should never have been a negotiating team that did not include them. I understand your frustration, but not your threats.

  The letter Bruce started to read was recommendations for fire service consolidation. I read it and find it to be a possible solution. Honestly I was impressed.

  This does affect all of us and if the city goes forward with the threat, all of our safety is at risk. I do not feel any volunteer of either department would stand and watch someone in need or watch a house burn. This is a threat that try’s to control everyone in the county.

  I am glad Mike Coster came on strong enough to get 14 more days in to Bruce’s motion. Although I still do not like the threat.

  Jennifer Lee’s statement was right on. This is not about the city and the county this is about the safety of its citizens.

  Jolene Gardner’s statement “We need to hold our ground, the county always wins, they always get the money.” I do hope this is not a contest for power or money at the expense of lives!

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Wolverines Winter Sport Continue Strong

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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WWHS Wrestling Team: From left to right, Zac Kyllonen, Manuel Guerrero, Rigoberto Carrillo, Lisandro Rojas, Isai Quintero, Arturo Flores, Anthony Medina, Nolan Despirto, Renzo Dorado (Photo credit Wrestling coach Mike Beardall)

By Lou Copelan

The West Wendover Wolverines are having a great winter sports season this far, with the basketball teams doing great and wrestling starting up strong. 

(Photo credit Wrestling coach Mike Beardall)

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WWHS Boys Basketball team (Photo credit: Head girls basketball coach Tyler Peterson)

WWHS Boys Basketball team (Photo credit: Head girls basketball coach Tyler Peterson)

The boys’ varsity basketball team is strong, with a record of 7-4.  Last week they finished large tournaments in Las Vegas and Reno, finishing with 4-1, and taking third place.   Zade Elton earned a spot on the all-tournament team.  They played a tough competition in Reno, but managed to finish with 2-2.  In this tournament, they played an amazing game against one of the best 4A schools, Galena, and lost only by two points with a score of 57-55.  They beat their next match, Damonte Ranch, in an intense game that went into

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overtime, with a score of 66-68.  They then lost their next match to Yerington, but bounced back in the next match beating Wooster 57-53.  On Tuesday, they played at home against Spring Creek and lost 47-55.  Though there were some tough losses, the team is still doing phenomenally well this season, and look to keep it up.  League play begins for them on Friday and Saturday and Incline and North Tahoe.  Athletes of the week for boys’ varsity are Zade Elton and Brian Flores.

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The boys’ JV team is undefeated this far, with 8-0.  At their tournament in Battle Mountain they had beat each team they played by 20 points or more; they had beat Lowry with 64-26, Eureka with 81-15, and round mountain with 80-18.  They had played Spring Creek at home on Tuesday and beat them with 61-46.  Athletes of the week this week for boys’ JV are Saul Palacios and Dante Robles.

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The boys’ freshmen team is also doing well this season, with a record of 4-2.  Last week they had lost to Wendover, Utah’s JV team with 58-45, but they bounced back at the Battle Mountain JV tournament, finishing with 2-1.  Athletes of the week this week for boys’ freshmen are Tommy Kelly and Correa.

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WWHS Girls basketball with coach Tyler Peterson

WWHS Girls basketball with coach Tyler Peterson

They girls’ varsity team has really improved this season, with a record of 10-1.  They finished at the Las Vegas tournament with 4-1, and took third place overall.  Anahi Esparza earned a spot on the all-tournament team.  They beat Rowland Hall with a score of 41-29 last Wednesday.  They then travelled to a tournament in Whittel, which is near Reno, this past weekend and went defeated.  There, they had beat Wooster with 55-51, Lone Pine with 32-17, beat Owyhee in a comeback in the second half with 43-40, then finished with beating Dayton with 57-49.  Sydney Reamer is leading the team in scoring and Anahi Esparza is leading the team in rebounding, and both are athletes of the week for the girl’s varsity.  The girls’ varsity team will also begin league play this weekend in Incline and North Tahoe.

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The girls jv team is now 5-1 overall.  They beat Elko freshmen 35-33, beat Round Mountain 46-5, beat Battle Mountain 26-13, lost to Lowry 34-26, and beat Wendover, Utah 46-25.  They will also start league play in Incline.  The girls’ JV players of the week are Fabiola Rojas and Leonela Covarrubias.

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Wrestling had a great tournament last week, with nine wrestler placing in the Ely tournament.  Manuel Guerrero took fourth in his weight catagory of 126 lbs, Nolan

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Despirto took third with 126 lbs, Lisandro Rojas took second with 132 lbs, Renzo Dorado took third with 152 lbs, Arturo Flores took second with 170 lbs, Zac Kyllonen took fourth with 182 lbs, Anthony Medina took second with 182 lbs, Rigoberto Carrillo took third with 220, and Isai Quintero took second with 220 lbs.  The team took fourth place overall.  The team will travel to St. George this weekend for a big tournament.  Athletes of the week for wrestling are Arturo Flores and Raul Vargas.

Cheerleaders of the week are Vanessa Gil and Vanessa Stanger.

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December Newmont Notes

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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WWES Kids Thank The High Desert Advocate

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

Thank You From Elementary School 2015

The children of the WW Elementary School thanked the High Desert Advocate newspaper for publishing their Posters they created to Honor Veterans Day. In the Annual Contest the newspaper runs every year, children of local schools are invited to reconize the sacrifice of our veterans to secure our freedom, under the guidence of their Art teachers, here Mrs Ward.

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SLOW DOWN

Posted on 27 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

Join us in a New Year’s Resolution to “S-l-o-w D-o-w-n”:

West Wendover, Nevada – In an effort to save lives, the West Wendover Police Department is reminding motorists to slow down. As part of Joining Forces, a statewide law enforcement program, additional law enforcement officers will be working overtime through January 21, 2016, enforcing speed limit laws.

Many make New Year’s resolutions that last a couple days, weeks or even months, but this is one that should be made and stuck to for life. Speed plays a major factor in serious injuries and fatal crashes. When the speedometer goes up, so does the possibility of tragedy occurring.

“Everyone can get to their destinations safely and timely if they plan accordingly. Plan on extra holiday traffic and winter weather conditions, leave a little earlier, slow down and buckle up!”

– Lt.Don Lininger

Most motorists, however, do not believe speeding is as risky as other behaviors, but according to NHTSA, the consequences of driving too fast include:

• Greater potential for loss of vehicle control

• Reduced effectiveness of occupant protection equipment

• Increased stopping distance when the driver perceives a danger

• Increased crash severity, leading to more debilitating injuries or death

• Unexpected economic and psychological implications of a speed-related crash

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BLM Offers Public Opportunity to Adopt Water Canyon Wild Horses

Posted on 21 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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ELY – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is offering the public the opportunity to adopt a foal gathered from the Water Canyon portion of the Antelope Herd Management Area in eastern Nevada.  Nine weanlings and two yearlings are being held together at the National Wild Horse and Burro Center at Palomino Valley, north of Reno, Nev.

The horses are available for walk-up adoption from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays.  All of the horses have received vaccinations and their bloodwork is completed.  Brand inspections will be performed and health certificates issued on all adopted horses.

Pictures of the horses are available online on the BLM’s Flickr album “Water Canyon Foals Available for Adoption” at http://bit.ly/1N85QV1.  Applications are available for download (.pdf) at http://on.doi.gov/1A0eAfw.

For more information, contact Jeremy Wilhelm, BLM public contact person, at (775) 475-2222.

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Shop With A Cop and “S-l-o-w D-o-w-n”

Posted on 21 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

Back row, the volunteers: Wwpd Sgt.Jason Abrams, Wwpd ACO Alex Peterson WWPD Dispatch Luis Perez, Wwpd Sgt.Catherine Petro, Wwpd Dispatch Haily Christensen, Wendover Ambulance Matt Chavez, Wwfd Mary-Elaine Borghoff, Wendover Ambualnce Natalie King, Wwpd Lt.Don Lininger Front row, the children: Damion Saucedo, Anthony Bair, Tyrese Lemon, Nancy Dorado, Priscilla Simental, Itsel DeLosSantos, Jazelle Bair, Eden Reyes, Ilai Reyes, Marques Johnson. (Photo credit WWPD)

Back row, the volunteers: Wwpd Sgt.Jason Abrams, Wwpd ACO Alex Peterson
WWPD Dispatch Luis Perez, Wwpd Sgt.Catherine Petro, Wwpd Dispatch Haily Christensen, Wendover Ambulance Matt Chavez, Wwfd Mary-Elaine Borghoff, Wendover Ambualnce Natalie King, Wwpd Lt.Don Lininger
Front row, the children: Damion Saucedo, Anthony Bair, Tyrese Lemon, Nancy Dorado, Priscilla Simental, Itsel DeLosSantos, Jazelle Bair, Eden Reyes, Ilai Reyes, Marques Johnson. (Photo credit WWPD)

On December 12, 2015 members from the West Wendover Police Department, West Wendover Fire Department and Wendover Ambulance teamed up to participate in the annual Shop With a Cop program. This year’s event was another success thanks to the many volunteers and donations received from the communities with Elko, White Pine and Lander counties.

100 children from the 3 counties convened at the Flag view Intermediate School in Elko Nevada. They all were treated to a McDonald’s breakfast and had their picture taken with Santa Clause. A parade of emergency vehicles then went from the school to K-Mart where each child was taken shopping. Each child was allowed up to $200 to buy whatever they wished. Each child/household also received a $100 gift card that can be used at Smith’s.

The 10 children from West Wendover were shuttled to Elko in a bus provided by Peppermill Inc. and our own Smith’s Supermarket provided a sack lunch for the children’s return trip home. The West Wendover Police Department would like to thank all parties involved with this year’s event. The Shop With a Cop event would not exist without the donations and volunteers within the community.

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Join us in a New Year’s Resolution to “S-l-o-w D-o-w-n”:

West Wendover, Nevada – In an effort to save lives, the West Wendover Police Department is reminding motorists to slow down. As part of Joining Forces, a statewide law enforcement program, additional law enforcement officers will be working overtime through January 21, 2016, enforcing speed limit laws.

Many make New Year’s resolutions that last a couple days, weeks or even months, but this is one that should be made and stuck to for life. Speed plays a major factor in serious injuries and fatal crashes. When the speedometer goes up, so does the possibility of tragedy occurring.

“Everyone can get to their destinations safely and timely if they plan accordingly. Plan on extra holiday traffic and winter weather conditions, leave a little earlier, slow down and buckle up!”

– Lt.Don Lininger

Most motorists, however, do not believe speeding is as risky as other behaviors, but according to NHTSA, the consequences of driving too fast include:

• Greater potential for loss of vehicle control

• Reduced effectiveness of occupant protection equipment

• Increased stopping distance when the driver perceives a danger

• Increased crash severity, leading to more debilitating injuries or death

• Unexpected economic and psychological implications of a speed-related crash

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Officer Burnum’s Brother Letter To The Editor About The Police Report

Posted on 21 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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WWPD Detective Donald Burnum

“First of all, I would like to point out that, as stipulated in the final pages of lead officer Cory Talor and I quote from his police report on the case and case number: Deputy Report for Case 15EL01092

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ELKO COUNTY

SHERIFF’S OFFICE

OFFICER REPORT

OFFICER

DECLARATION

I hereby certify that 1 am a law enforcement officer, employed by the Elko County Sheriff’s Office, and that I am one of the officers investigating or aware of the facts described in the reports and statements attached hereto. I hereby affirm under pain and penalty of perjury that the facts set out in the reports and statements attached hereto are true to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief except as otherwise noted therein.

Lead Officer; Taylor, Cory

Date of Declaration 07/04/2015

As given in an e-mail by myself to Howard Copeland shortly after receiving its release: It is obviously stated in the police report that Peacock was on the phone with Burnum as he committed his most unspeakable act:

  1. I have no motive in reporting this, even in the face of my family’s lawsuit against whom ever they can find. Of which I would like to report I have no participation in and am discusted by as well as I am with this newspaper report. Of which, regardless of being reported to the advocate by myself immediately following its release to me that Peakock was not only in a relationship with my brother along with Catherine Petro were on the phone with my brother as he was begging for help of which he received none:

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On July 6, 2015 1 retrieved the coroner ‘B report and associated unattended death report regarding this case on Donald Burnum who was a West Wendover Police Department Detective Sergeant . {See attached reports) I would note that Burnum was prescribed numerous anti-depressants, pain medications, muscle relaxers, sedatives and high blood pressure medication. It was also insinuated during the course of this investigation that Burnum may have had an alcohol problem.

Upon reviewing the report I did note that Burnum was found just outside of the city limits of which he served. Bur-num appeared to have shot himself in the mouth with a Glock .45 ACP pistol.

On July 6, 201S I (Det. Sgt. N. S. Czegledi) took the cell phone found on the lap of the deceased and requested that Dee. Zack Hessing of the Elko Police Department extract the data from within the phone. I advised Det. Hessing that the cell phone belonged to the deceased in this case and a search warrant was not because the expectation of privacy ceased at death.

On or about July 7, 2015 Det. Hessing called and advised that the cell phone was ready and he had moved the data to a coQact disk. I reviewed the text messages near the time reported time of death and observed that Burnum was having a conversation with a person by the name of Shannon (later identified as Shannon J. Baker who is a dispatcher for West Wendover Police Department) . The text conversation was clearly a goodbye from Burnum to Shannon. Burnum concludes the conversation with: Send the coroner; Goodbye Shannon forever; goodbye Panda.

On July 9, 2015 1 interviewed Shannon on the phone. Shannon stated she started dating Burnum about eight months ago but it didn’t work out because he was living with another female by the name of Cat Petro. Shannon stated that Burnum had told her that he did not have a relationship with Cat Petro and that she was only a rooümate but said she believed otherwise and called off the relationship and started dating someone else.

Shannon went onto to state that Burnum had previously quit drinking but started up about a week before his death.

Shannon said that on the date of Burnum r s death she had just left work and spoke to Bur-num on the phone for about ten minutes (confirmed according to call log) .

I asked Shannon if Burnum had a “nickname tt for her and she said yes, Panda. I would note that Bur-num’s last message to Shannon was, “goodbye panda a .

At this time there is no evidence of criminality in the death of Burnum and there is clear and convincing evidence to believe this is a suicide by self—inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

End of report.

Donald’s story should be told. It was my brother who died. Along with all the rest that are failed to be mentioned by this report that once belonged to West Wendover. So many suicides and the truth will come out. Regardless of my parents, my sister, Howard Copland, or the town of West Wendover.

And as reported I am not Schizophrenic but SchizoAffective. There’s a difference.

Kurt Burnum

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WWHS Basketball Starts Off Strong

Posted on 21 December 2015 by Howard Copelan

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By Lou Copelan

The West Wendover Wolverine basketball teams had a victorious past week with eight out of the ten games being wins for the boys’ and girls’ varsity.  On Thursday, December 3, the boys’ varsity beat Capital Christian High School with a score of 53-40, then on the same day beat Spring Creek in a very close game of 40-39.  The next day, the team beat Fernley in another close game of 49-47.  On that same day they had lost their only game so far against Boulder City, with a score of 36-47.  The next day they sprang right up, beating Lincoln County with a great score of 50-28.  They have a game this Thursday, December 10 against Rail City Classic in Sparks.

The girls’ varsity team had a similar week, winning four out of their five games.  Last Thursday, they had beat Lake Mead Academy with a score of 45-10, then Calvary Christian that same day with with a score of 34-15.  The next day, they rode over Foothill Christian High School, beating them with a score of 71-8.  On that same day, however, they had lost their only game so far against Lincoln County with a score of 35-51.  The next day they got back into winning, beating Boulder City with a score of 38-26.  They were playing against Whittle High school last Thursday, December 10.

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