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Geri Wopschall Around the County

Posted on 08 February 2016

There are a couple of things we have taken official action on. In December we did take action on transferring duties from EDC, why are we excepting time cards from EDC? We did take formal action to form a committee to talk to the city on fire, then in an informal action we said we [...] Continue Reading

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Two Officers Sworn In and One Officer Promoted

Posted on 08 February 2016

At the West Wendover City meeting of Tuesday February 2,  two officers were sworn into duty, and one was promoted to Sergeant by Mayor Emily Carter and Chief Burdel Welsh. Officer Alejandro Sanchez was five years old when his family moved to Wendover Utah. He graduated from the Wendover Utah High school prior to starting [...] Continue Reading

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How to Tell If Congress Is Working Again

Posted on 08 February 2016

How Hard Are Members Of Congress Willing To Work To Fix The Institution And Address The Key Issues Facing Our Country? By Lee H. Hamilton There have been encouraging signs that the Republican leadership on Capitol Hill wants to make Congress function again. They’ve talked about using conference committees more, allowing a more open process for rank-and-file [...] Continue Reading

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West Wendover Basketball and Wrestling

Posted on 07 February 2016

Ladies Wolverines  By Tyler Peterson WW Girls Varsity is currently 17-4 overall and 7-2 in league.  They are currently tied for 1st place with Incline in the league and have 3 league games remaining. The WW Boys Varsity is currently 11-11 overall and 4-5 in league, they are holding onto 5th place and competing to get into [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Posted on 07 February 2016

Despite Iowa, Trump Could Easily Be The Next Reagan If any one thing has become obvious in this past week, it is that Donald Trump most certainly can get elected president. He lost to Ted Cruz in Iowa by only a scant number of votes and got seven delegates to Cruz’ eight.  While the media is [...] Continue Reading

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TAX TIME

Posted on 07 February 2016

What To Bring The Tax Preparer While a plate of cookies may be nice to bring a hostess, what your tax preparer would prefer (at least in the office) is that you bring in the proper paperwork. Here’s a list of the most likely paperwork to provide: What You’ll Need 1. Last year’s return, the last two years [...] Continue Reading

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Winter Steam Photo Spectacular In Ely Nevada

Posted on 07 February 2016

Historic Operating Railroad Steam Engines, Rolling Stock, and Maintenance Equipment If you think you were born one hundred years too late to witness the glory of steam railroading, then I have good news for you: you weren’t. There still exists a place where steam locomotives rule the rails. Hidden away in the high desert of east [...] Continue Reading

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A Shift In Earth’s Magnetic Poles May Hold The Secret To Climate Change

Posted on 07 February 2016

New Thesis Change The Nature Of The Debate As scientists study the causes and severity of climate change, they have looked to Earth’s atmosphere for answers. But that may be the wrong place to find a satisfying and correct solution, says William Goodenough, author of “The Three Concepts of Climate Change: Is AGW Politics or Science?” (www.whyclimatechange.net). Instead, [...] Continue Reading

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Nevada Division Of Water Resources Measuring Water Levels & Workshops Scheduled On Abandoned Mine Lands Program Changes

Posted on 07 February 2016

Nevada Division Of Water Resources  Measuring Water Levels In Nevada Wells  February Through March CARSON CITY, Nev. – Beginning the middle of February and continuing into March, staff from the Nevada Division of Water Resources, Office of the State Engineer, will be measuring groundwater levels in wells throughout various hydrographic basins in the state.   The data [...] Continue Reading

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Charlene Petersen Brunner Passes Away

Posted on 07 February 2016

Charlene Petersen Brunner was born on April 19, 1945, in Delta, Utah to Joseph Clifferd and Erma Tolbert Petersen.  She lived in Abraham, Utah for the majority of her life. She graduated from Delta High School and the Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute both in 1964.  She married the love of her life, Clair Orlo [...] Continue Reading

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Anger Over FBI Ambush And Orchestrated Killing Near Burns Oregon

Posted on 31 January 2016

When the FBI released a video showing the killing of Robert La Voy Finicum, they thought they would show us him reaching twice for a gun in his pocket, but what it showed was, in fact, the cold-blooded killing of La Voy Finicum, extended arms, unarmed. And this is what now has convinced even some who were [...] Continue Reading

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Geri Wopschall Around the County

Posted on 31 January 2016

White Pine County Economic Diversification Council   January 19 The is Richard Howe’s first meeting after replacing Mike Coster. Howe seems to have a good grasp on the position.   Wayne Cameron was re-elected Chairman. Gary Cook is the new Vice Chairman.   Gary Cook “I feel the rurals are being screwed. With out enough money, obviously we are [...] Continue Reading

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