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With a Little Help From Her Friends, Jacky Collazo Wins La Voz Vote!!!

Posted on 26 April 2015

1,530,628 votes Wendover’s own Jacky Collazo finished in first place to stay on la Voz Kids the international Spanish Language singing contest. Produced by the  American Spanish-language network Telemundo  La Voz Kids features contestants, ages 7 to 15. Prizes include $50,000 cash for their education and a recording contract with Universal Music Group. Collazo was [...] Continue Reading

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Local Girl Needs Votes To Stay On The Voice

Posted on 24 April 2015

A 15 year old Wendover girl needs her home town’s help in progressing to the next stage of La Voz Kids singing competition. Jacqueline Collazo stunned the audience and the judges in the first round of La Voz Kids singing contest. cut and paste link to see audition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIXDU8x8MJk Produced by the  American Spanish-language network Telemundo  La [...] Continue Reading

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New Long Canyon Mine Begins Hiring

Posted on 24 April 2015

Hiring for the Long Canyon Mine has begun!!! In full page ads published this week Newmont mining announced about 30 one positions for the new mine located 29 miles west of Wendover and 30 miles east of Wells. project According to the Newmont website the Long Canyon mine is now listed which means could be accepting applications [...] Continue Reading

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Beloved Band Teacher, Patty Eklund Retires

Posted on 24 April 2015

West Wendover first and only band and choral director, Patty Eklund announced she would be retiring after 19 years of bring the love of music to the Nevada/Utah border town. “It has been an emotional few days here, in Wolverine Land, as I announced that I will be leaving WWHS at the end of this school [...] Continue Reading

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Vote For Jacky!!!

Posted on 24 April 2015

A daughter of Wendover needs our help. She is in the singing contest La Voz Kids on Telemundo. We have never seen a program on Telemundo and we are not loyal to any particular Spanish language brand. We are loyal to Wendover and a daughter of Wendover Jacqueline Collazo needs us, all of us from this tiny little [...] Continue Reading

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BBQ Stand Wins Liquor License

Posted on 24 April 2015

I The West Wendover City council approved a liquor license for the Speedway Station BBQ Restaurant in a unanimous vote Tuesday. Earlier this year the council denied  liquor license to owner Jeff Dunham because of two misdemeanor convictions of more than a decade ago. Carolyn Santillanez. Dunham girlfriend re-applied for the liquor license in her own name [...] Continue Reading

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WWHS Artists Win Scholarships & Respect

Posted on 24 April 2015

  For the second year in a row West Wendover High School won two of the three $1000 scholarships offered to all of Elko County High School seniors by the Elko County Art Club.  The two winners are Macario Mendoza and Taylor Moore (above).  Three other W.W.H.S. students participated and made the competition very competitive. They [...] Continue Reading

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Local Girl Needs Your Vote In National Singing Contest

Posted on 22 April 2015

A 15 year old Wendover girl needs her home town’s help in progressing to the next stage of La Voz Kids singing competition. Jacqueline Collazo stunned the audience and the judges in the first round of La Voz Kids singing contest. cut and paste link to see audition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIXDU8x8MJk Produced by the  American Spanish-language network Telemundo  La Voz Kids features [...] Continue Reading

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Brutal Winds Toss Semis, Snap Power Lines, Tear Buildings In Massive Great Basin Spring Storm

Posted on 16 April 2015

High winds were the culprits in power failures, phone and internet outages and thousands of dollars in moderate damages and road closures Tuesday throughout much of northeastern Nevada and eastern Utah. Part and parcel of an early spring storm the winds swept across the region with gust measured around 60 to 70 miles per hour. While [...] Continue Reading

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Montego Bay Bandit Tony Vera Avoids Life, Could Be Out In 3 Years

Posted on 16 April 2015

Montego Bay bandit Tony Vera avoided a life sentence and could leave prison in as little as three years ruled Elko District Judge Al Kacin Monday. Kacin sentenced Vera to eight years in prison for his part in the Montego Bay robbery a year ago. Vera was set to be sentenced on January 13 in plea bargain [...] Continue Reading

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Celtic Bank Okays Bid, Steve Perry New Owner Of Rusty Palms

Posted on 16 April 2015

  The Rusty Palms has a new owner. Two weeks after he won the auction for the defunct resort Celtic Bank approved former Wendover, Utah Mayor’s Steve Perry $450,000 bid for the defunct resort Perry’s winning bid was less than double the $250,000 opening call. According to the rules of the auction the bid must be approved by [...] Continue Reading

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To The Men Who Keep Things Going

Posted on 16 April 2015

This week we were reminded that for all our mastery of the elements and our impressive ,at least to us, technology we all live only with the forbearance of nature. It is not a nice thing to ponder that an earth quake here or a tsunami there we might be the victims in someone else’s news [...] Continue Reading

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