Panaca Town Board News

By Collin Anderson This past Monday, the Panaca town board met at the town hall on Main Street to discuss the business of the day. Notably missing from the proceedings was Christy Blood, a prospective member of the board. Blood was in … [Read more...]

Lincoln boys fall to Democracy Prep, beat Virgin Valley and Adelson School

By Marinda Lamb Lincoln County played Democracy Prep on Jan. 12. In the first, the Lynx couldn’t seem to get down the court without a turnover. Democracy was up 7-0 in the middle of the first. Alex Vincent breaks their scoring streak by scoring … [Read more...]

Choosing to Stay and Fight, Kihuen Could Face Steep Legal Fees

By Humberto Sanchez The Nevada Independent Showing no intention of leaving before his term ends, Nevada Democrat Ruben Kihuen is gambling that his finances and his resolve can survive the pressure of a sexual harassment investigation by the … [Read more...]

Popular Motivational Speaker Visits Schools

By Marinda Lamb “It’s not about being the best in the world … It’s about being the best for the world.” Motivational speaker Clint Pulver presented his pitch to the parents and students of Lincoln County High School and Meadow Valley Middle Scho … [Read more...]

January 12, 2018

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Planning for Death When Young Children or Grandchildren Are Involved

By Jeffery McKenna No one likes to think about death much less plan for it. Many surveys indicate this is one of the biggest factors in not doing estate planning. However, doing estate planning is an act of love. This is especially true when there … [Read more...]

Public Comment Period Ends Today for Wild Horse Gather Plan

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public review and comment on a plan to gather wild horses for up to ten years in the Caliente Herd Area Complex, which is located near Caliente in southern Lincoln County. The Wild Horse Gather Plan … [Read more...]

Lady Lynx Take down Lake Mead

By Marinda Lamb The Lincoln County High School girls basketball team faced the Lake Mead Lady Eagles at home last Friday. Protecting their 6-0 league record, the Lady Lynx dominated with a 29-point win. Lincoln has a good habit of starting out … [Read more...]

Lincoln Boys Fall to Lake Mead

By Marinda Lamb Lake Mead pulled away in the fourth quarter over the Lincoln County High School boys basketball team in Panaca last Friday. The Eagles outscored the Lynx 17-4 in that period to earn a 47-29 league victory. Lincoln was ahead at … [Read more...]

January 5, 2018

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The Lady Lynx played in the Steve Hodson Classic

By Marinda Lamb The Lady Lynx participated in the Steve Hodson Classic in Cedar City last weekend. They faced San Juan for their first game. Brynlee Wadsworth starts off the game with a three pointer. Kailey Kelley hits the next three. Sadie … [Read more...]

Lynx Tri-State Holiday Invitational

By Marinda Lamb The Lynx traveled to Las Vegas for the Tri-State Holiday Invitational. The first game was against Silverado. The boys hung with the 4a team the first quarter. Noah Smith scored the first two points. A jump ball made it possible … [Read more...]

Barbara Jean Mason Wanket

Barbara Jean Singleton Mason Wanket, went to see the Lord on December 20, 2017 at 83 years of age. She was married to Clarence Joseph Mason in 1953. They had four children, Mark, Daryl (Linda), Michael and Dianne. She had three grandchildren; Mark … [Read more...]

Bella Voce Brings Life to Christmas Season with Annual Concert in Panaca

By Collin Anderson Plato once said, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” Bella Voce of Lincoln County once again brought life to the Christmas season with its annual holiday … [Read more...]

December 29, 2017

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School District News

By Collin Anderson The school board was able to meet this past Thursday for its regular meeting. The meeting started out with the usual business, which included the pledge of allegiance and public comment. Next came the approval of the minutes … [Read more...]

Pioche Town Board News

By Collin Anderson This past Tuesday, the town board of Pioche held its monthly meeting. After the regular business, including the payment of bills, and public comment, the town board received the financial report. After this piece of business, … [Read more...]

Susan Margaret Pitts

Susan Margaret Pitts, age 71, of Pioche, passed away after a long battle with cancer on Friday, December 15, 2017, in Saint George, Utah. Susan was born in San Diego, California to Orville and Virginia Harris on July 8, 1946. At age 18, while … [Read more...]

Lady Lynx Earn Two Home Wins

By Marinda Lamb The Lincoln County High School Lady Lynx basketball team earned two home wins, a 51-41 victory over Alamo on Dec. 19, and a 53-40 triumph over Needles on Dec. 21. The wins put the Lady Lynx at 9-1 overall and undefeated in … [Read more...]

Lynx Suffer Back-To-Back Two-Point Losses

By Marinda Lamb The Lincoln County High School Lynx basketball team lost two home games against a couple solid opponents by two points each. On Dec. 19, the Lynx hosted Pahranagat Valley and had the rival on the ropes before the Panthers rallied … [Read more...]