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WHAT’S GOING ON IN ELKO?

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SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP

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Calendar of Events

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MICROBlading

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Local Finds

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Sell or Rent your Home

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HOME

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Row by Row Experience

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Khoury's Wine of the Month

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY, AND WISE...

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NENV Artist Darcy Tate

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Neck Pain

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Recipes

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SuperFoods Grilling

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Humboldt Heritage

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Heart's Path Serenity

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GlymedPlus: Dry & Oily Acne

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THE GREAT OUTDOORS

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Memorial Golf Tournament

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THE FAMILY LIFE

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Greater Short-Horned Lizard

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Good Neighbor

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Gadget Guy

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Cutest Kids

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All-Inclusive Resorts

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July New exhibitions now in the Western Folklife Center Wiegand Gallery at 501 Railroad Street! Dennis Parks: Land, Language and Clay (also some works by Ben Parks); Way Out West: Images of the American Ranch, a collection of photographs from the Farm Security Administration, 1936-1943; and our continuing From the Western Folklife Center Collection, showcasing the handcrafted work of master artisans throughout the West. Shakespeare Under the Stars returns to DLC with Players’ Bard in The Yard 4! - Elko, NV Performances are June 22-24, 29, 30 and July 1 beginning at 7 PM Held in the backyard of the Duncan LittleCreek Gallery located at 518 Commercial Street in Elko Nevada. The show includes passages from King Lear, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream among others. Tickets are only $10 and are available at the door. For more information about Bard in the Yard 3 – Beyond the Veil, please call the director at (775) 934-3721, email at flsawyer@designlunacy.com or visit us on the web at www.silverstage.org and www.bardoutside.org National Basque Festival - Elko, NV Friday, June 30 - Sunday, July 2 This tradition began with a celebration that brought sheepherders and cattle ranchers into town for a day of celebration. The festival became a two-day event in 1964, now known as the National Basque Festival. The weekend festivities were scheduled around the 4th of July weekend, to celebrate with this great country and to thank them for accepting Basques and their heritage so freely. Traditions are an important part of the Basque heritage and the Elko Euzkaldunak Club is very proud of the National Basque Festival, an honor bestowed upon us by Governor Sawyer in 1964 in conjunction with the State of Nevada Bicentennial celebration. It is a tradition that we have upheld for 50 years and hope to carry it on for many more years to come. For information and/or a detailed list of event during the 2017 National Basque Festival visit www.elkobasqueclub.com. Jarbidge 4th of July Celebration - Jarbidge, NV Saturday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 4 Live Music Saturday and Sunday nights. Parade & BBQ on Sunday. Community Bingo on Sunday from 1pm to 4pm. Kids games and Activities on Sunday at 1pm in the park. Parade on Tuesday at noon. More info: 775-488-2311. Email events to Marin at

Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 3 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at Safety First at 673 Cimarron Way. Classes throughout the week as well. For More info: 778-9600. Spring Creek Community 4th of July Event Tuesday, July 4 Join the Spring Creek Association and the community to celebrate the 4th of July. Event includes parade, games, food, music, vendors and more! Held at the Spring Creek Marina. More info: 775-753-6295. INDEPENDENCE DAY TUESDAY, JULY 4 Ruby Mountain Toastmasters - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 5 from 6:30pm-7:30pm Toastmasters meets every Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm at Great Basin College, in the EIT building on Chilton Circle Rd on the 2nd floor, room 201. This club and meetings are open to all interested parties. More info: http://4169.toastmastersclubs.org/ or 775-385-4920. Fun doTERRA Kids Classes Wednesday, July 5th from 10-11am Held inside the Museum - Play Dough & Piggy Bank For more information call 775-778-9600. NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Thursday, July 6 from 5:30-7pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-388-8432 or email nlsdpt@gmail.com Celebrate Recovery - Elko, NV Thursday, July 6 from 6pm - 8:30pm This is a life changing recovery program that is Christcentered and ministers to the entire life spectrum as we walk through our hurts, habits and hangups. Please join marin@everythingelko.com W W W. E V E R Y T H I N G E L K O . C O M

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us in Celebrating God's healing power in our lives every Thursday night from 6 - 8:30 p.m. And for your children, 1st through 6th grade, as we also offer the age appropriate program, "Celebration Place". Calvary Baptist Church is located at the corner of Fifth and Walnut Street. For more info, call 738-6840 or check us out at www.calvaryelko.org.

NENV Museum 2nd Saturdays - Elko, NV Saturday, July 8 from 10am - 12pm Crafts and games based on history and nature for kids ages 3-10 years of age at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, 1515 Idaho Street. Free to the public. More info: 775-738-3418.

Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 7 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen.

DBA 2nd Saturdays WINE WALK - Elko, NV Saturday, July 8 from 4pm-7pm Attendees will begin at the Commercial Casino where they will receive a wine glass for sampling and a list of stops. Tickets will be available at the door beginning at 4:00 pm and are $25 per person. For those not wishing to sample wines, but would like to participate, they may purchase a designated driver cup for $10 and be able to fill with a nonalcoholic option at different locations.

Elko Parkinson’s Support Group - Elko, NV Friday, July 7 at 1pm Teleconferences: We meet the first Friday of each month for information and support sessions with the Reno Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. We are affiliated with the American Parkinson’s Disease Association through the Reno Group. These very helpful and interesting teleconferences are held at 1pm at 701 Walnut St. Elko. (Griswold Hall, Room 31) Coffee Times: We try to meet once a month for coffee at 10am. We review teleconference information, discuss issues and share information/articles particularly relevant to PD, including family or social concerns, research trends and findings. Our goal is to provide mutual support, information and resources. - Dates and times vary so call for the next coffee time. Email and/or phone support: Just need to talk? Have new care issues? Personal stuff to share? Have questions about care issues? We’ll try to help or locate someone who can! Please call for more info: 775-753-7599 (Tish) or 775-738-7779 (Steve). Art In The Park - Elko, NV Saturday, July 8 - Sunday, July 9 Sponsored by The Elko County Art Club and held in the Elko City Park. Artists from all around the region participate with over 70 booths fill with creations, food and activities for the kids. Scrapbooking Workshop Saturday, July 8, 2017 from 10:00am-4:00pm Elko County Library - Bruce Memorial Meeting Room. Come enjoy a day of scrapbooking! For additional information, please contact Annette Robinson at the Elko County Library at (775) 738-3066. NENHA Monthly Meeting - Elko, NV Saturday, July 8 at 6:30PM Meeting takes place in the Clubs Room at the Stockmen’s Hotel and Casino, Elko, Nevada. For more information find us on the web at www.NENHA.org, follow us on Facebook at Northeastern Nevada Horseman’s Association or send an email to secretary@nenha.org. Northeastern Nevada Horseman’s Association (NENHA) announces all-breed horse shows for 2017: Point Shows: 7/8/17 - Elko County Fairgrounds 8/5/17 - Elko County Fairgrounds 9/9/17 - Elko County Fairgrounds

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Chakra Candle Making Sunday, July 9 from 11am-12pm Must RSVP by no later than Saturday the 24th so supplies can be ordered. $30 Tickets must be purchase in advance to save your spot. At this event we will each be making our own 12 oz candle with a lead free wick, essential oil blend for the specific chakra of your choice and natural soy wax. I will have some supplies here for decorating the container as well. Rev. JoAnna Miller Sidwell | 775-622-7384 Free Community Drumming Circle - Elko, NV Sunday, July 9 from 2:00-3:30pm Hosted by Heart's Path Serenity Spiritual Coaching & Reiki RSVP: Rev. JoAnna Sidwell @775-622-7384 Free chair Reiki available upon request. Kid Friendly event! Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 10 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at Safety First at 673 Cimarron Way. Classes throughout the week as well. For More info: 778-9600. Northern Nevada Autism Network - Daytime Support Group - Elko, NV Tuesday, July 11 from 9:30am - 11am Our daytime meetings alternate between the Family Resource Center at 331 7th St in Elko and the Calvary Chapel at 559 Spring Valley Ct #1 in Spring Creek. These meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The goal of NNAN is to increase autism awareness and access to treatment. We believe Elko County’s communities and schools are healthier when children with autism have the benefit of early comprehensive treatment. At our monthly meetings parent and grandparents can meet and talk. More info: www.nnan.org. Wood Burning Workshop Tuesday, July 11th at 6:00 p.m. Elko County Library - Bruce Memorial meeting room! Free to the public, but registration is requested. For additional information, please call (775) 738-3066.

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NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 11 from 12-1:30pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-388-8432 or email nlsdpt@gmail.com. Cops & Burgers - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 11 from 11am - 2pm In the Elko County Sheriff's Office Parking Lot at 775 W Silver St Amanda Marin, 775-777-2525, amarin@ elkocountynv.net Cops & Burgers to help support Nevada Special Olympics send their athletes to the State Games in Reno, Nevada. Live Rude Girls ltd. Monthly Meeting - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 12 at 6pm This meeting is held the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6pm, please call 777-3203, FB message or email to verify location. Any one interested in helping with fundraising, learning about what we do, or who are in search of cancer related care and assistance is welcome. Businesses or persons wishing to become a “Purple Provider” are also welcome. We are a registered Nevada Non-Profit. We also support our troops with our “Operation Gratitude” More info: 775-777-3203 or email liverudegirlselko@gmail.com. Ruby Mountain Toastmasters - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 12 from 6:30pm-7:30pm Toastmasters meets every Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm at Great Basin College, in the EIT building on Chilton Circle Rd on the 2nd floor, room 201. This club and meetings are open to all interested parties. More info: http://4169.toastmastersclubs.org/ or 775-385-4920. Fun doTERRA Kids Classes Wednesday, July 12th from 10-11am Held inside the Museum - Oil Bingo - Owie/First Aid For more information call 775-778-9600. Jam On! - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 12, 6:00 - 8:00 pm : FREE Musical jam session at the Western Folklife Center's Pioneer Saloon. The Pioneer Bar will be open, serving no-host Ruby Mountain beers and other refreshing beverages. Facilitated by Southwind, we'll be playing and singing a wide variety of tunes: bring your instruments, your friends, or just your ears for this free community event. Sponsored by the Western Folklife Center, this program has been funded, in part, by ArtPlace America, the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

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Let's Dance! - Elko, NV Thursday, July 13, 6:00 - 9:00 pm Join us at the Western Folklife Center's G Three Bar Theater for an evening of dancing and fun. Lesson in Basque Dancing is at 6pm, followed by open social dancing at 7pm. Admission only $5. Adults and teens welcome, no partner or experience necessary. Get ready for the National Basque Festival! For questions/information on lesson specifics, contact ElkoLetsDance@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Western Folklife Center, this program has been funded in part by ArtPlace America, the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Thursday, July 13 from 5:30-7pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-3888432 or email nlsdpt@gmail.com. Celebrate Recovery - Elko, NV Thursday, July 13 from 6pm - 8:30pm This is a life changing recovery program that is Christcentered and ministers to the entire life spectrum as we walk through our hurts, habits and hangups. Please join us in Celebrating God's healing power in our lives every Thursday night from 6 - 8:30 p.m. And for your children, 1st through 6th grade, as we also offer the age appropriate program, "Celebration Place". Calvary Baptist Church is located at the corner of Fifth and Walnut Street. For more info, call 7386840 or check us out at www.calvaryelko.org. Silver State Stampede - Elko, NV Thursday, July 13 - Sunday, July 15 Elko Area Chamber's Ambassador's Meeting - Elko, NV Thursday, July 13 from 12-1:30pm At the Elko Area Chamber at the Sherman Station at 1405 Idaho Street. Elko Area Chamber, 775-738-7135 chamber@elkonevada.com The Ambassadors are a group of community volunteers who assist the Chamber with our new members, events, and programs. They also volunteer at events for other local business through out the year. With their help, we can better assist the community on keeping shopping local and improve commerce for the Elko area. Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 14 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen.

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A Toast To Art - Elko, NV Friday, July 14 from 6pm-8pm Drink creatively while you combine cocktails with a slight artistic flair. This two hour session will allow both experienced and amateur painters to embrace their creative side with a local artist. Beverages of beer and wine will be available for purchase. Appetizers will be served. Space is limited to 24 participants. Location is the Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street in Elko. Fee is $35 per person and must be 21 years of ages and older. More info: 775-777-7260. Bat Around the Clock 24 Hr Softball Tournament - Elko Friday, July 14 - Saturday, July 15 Tournament begins at 6pm on Friday July 14th. This is an adult men's and women's coed softball tournament. Elko Relay For Life - Elko, NV Saturday, July 15 - Sunday, July 16 Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society to provide services to cancer patients and fund cancer research. Held at the Elko High School Field and Track (football field). Event starts at 12pm on Saturday and run until 6am on Sunday. Big 50 Film Festival - Elko, NV Saturday, July 15 Starts at dusk behind the Museum All are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and snacks and enjoy what Elko was watching in the local theaters during the 1950s. Free to be public. Angel Lake Kids Fishing Day - Elko, NV Saturday, July 15 Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 17 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at Safety First at 673 Cimarron Way. Classes throughout the week as well. For More info: 778-9600. The Elko County Democratic Central Committee monthly meeting — Elko, NV Tuesday, July 18 at 6pm The Elko County Democratic Central Committee (ECDCC) meets the third Tuesday of each month beginning at 6 p.m. at the Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital Conference Room (in the cafeteria), new members always welcome. Upcoming: We will have a float in the 4th of July Parade in Elko. Come and join us! U.S. Senator (D-NV) Catherine Marie Cortez Masto will be our guest in August 2017. Details will follow. For more info: ElkoDems@gmail.com; www. facebook.com/elkocountydems. Call ECDCC Vice Chair Steve Anderson at 701-840-2515, visit our website: www. elkodems.org. or Twitter: @ElkoCounty Dems. Southwind at the Pioneer Saloon Wednesday, July 19 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm : FREE Drop by the Western Folklife Center's Pioneer Saloon at 501 Railroad Street, and enjoy the lively music of Elko's own Southwind band from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The bar will be open for business and there's room to dance! Sponsored by the Western Folklife Center, this program has been funded,

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in part, by ArtPlace America, the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Thursday, July 20 from 5:30-7pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko. 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-388-8432 or email nlsdpt@ gmail.com. Celebrate Recovery - Elko, NV Thursday, July 20 from 6pm - 8:30pm This is a life changing recovery program that is Christcentered and ministers to the entire life spectrum as we walk through our hurts, habits and hangups. Please join us in Celebrating God's healing power in our lives every Thursday night from 6 - 8:30 p.m. And for your children, 1st through 6th grade, as we also offer the age appropriate program, "Celebration Place". Calvary Baptist Church is located at the corner of Fifth and Walnut Street. For more info, call 738-6840 or check us out at www.calvaryelko.org. NENV Museum Brown Bag History Lunch - Elko, NV Thursday, July 20 from 12-1pm Bring your lunch to the Northeastern Nevada Museum located at 1515 Idaho Street for a lively presentation and discussion of topics in Elko County history. Business After Hours - Elko, NV Thursday, July 20 from 5:30pm-7pm This event is free and open to the public. Come enjoy good company, food, and drinks while making new connections and learning more about Gold Rush Harley. More info: 738-7135. Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 21 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen. Big 50 Film Festival - Elko, NV Saturday, July 22 Starts at dusk behind the Museum All are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and snacks and enjoy what Elko was watching in the local theaters during the 1950s. Free to be public Wildhorse State Park Run/Walk - Elko, NV Saturday, July 22 at 9am This is a 4.5K run or walk on Wildhorse State Recreation Park's trails. Free to the public. NENV Art in the Afternoon - Elko, NV Saturday, July 22 from 1-3pm

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Art activities for children ages 3-10 years of age at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, 1515 Idaho Street. Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 24 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at Safety First at 673 Cimarron Way . Classes throughout the week as well. For More info: 778-9600. Ruby Mountain Toastmasters - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 26 from 6:30pm-7:30pm Toastmasters meets every Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm at Great Basin College, in the EIT building on Chilton Circle Rd on the 2nd floor, room 201. This club and meetings are open to all interested parties. More info: http://4169.toastmastersclubs.org/ or 775-385-4920. Ruby Mountain Toastmasters - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 26 from 6:30pm-7:30pm Toastmasters meets every Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm at Great Basin College, in the EIT building on Chilton Circle Rd on the 2nd floor, room 201. This club and meetings are open to all interested parties. More info: http://4169.toastmastersclubs.org/ or 775-3854920. NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 26 from 12-1:30pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-388-8432 or email nlsdpt@ gmail.com. Celebrate Recovery - Elko, NV Thursday, July 27 from 6pm - 8:30pm This is a life changing recovery program that is Christcentered and ministers to the entire life spectrum as we walk through our hurts, habits and hangups. Please join us in Celebrating God's healing power in our lives every Thursday night from 6 - 8:30 p.m. And for your children, 1st through 6th grade, as we also offer the age appropriate program, "Celebration Place". Calvary Baptist Church is located at the corner of Fifth and Walnut Street. For more info, call 738-6840 or check us out at www.calvaryelko.org. Let's Dance! - Elko, NV Thursday, July 27, 6:00 - 9:00 pm Join us at the Western Folklife Center's G Three Bar Theater for an evening of dancing and fun. Continuing lesson in Basque Dancing is at 6pm, followed by open social dancing at 7pm. Admission only $5. Adults and teens

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welcome, no partner or experience necessary. Get ready for the National Basque Festival! For questions/information on lesson specifics, contact ElkoLetsDance@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Western Folklife Center, this program has been funded in part by ArtPlace America, the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. NAMI Connection support groups - Elko, NV Thursday, July 27 from 5:30-7pm NAMI Connection is a confidential and safe support group for anyone 18 or older living with a mental health challenge, regardless of diagnosis. It is free and is led by trained local peers who are also recovering from mental health issues. No specific therapy or medication is endorsed. We have two meeting times for variable schedules: 1) Every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 at 1st Presbyterian Church, 1559 Sewell Dr, Elko 2) Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from noon to 1:30 at the meeting room in Elko County Library, 720 Court St, Elko. For more information info call or text 775-388-8432 or email nlsdpt@gmail.com. Wells Fun Run - Wells, NV Friday, July 28 - Sunday, July 30 Bingo in the Park - Elko, NV Friday, July 28 from 5:30-8pm Located in the Main City Park, Pit #2 behind the Northeastern Nevada Museum. First number will be called at 6pm. Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 28 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen. Big 50 Film Festival - Elko, NV Saturday, July 29 Starts at dusk behind the Museum All are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and snacks and enjoy what Elko was watching in the local theaters during the 1950s. Free to be public. Sherman Station Dinner - Elko, NV Saturday, July 29 at 6pm Annual Sherman Station Dinner and Auction held by the Elko Chamber of Commerce at the Sherman Station, 1405 Idaho Street. Funds raised go to the upkeep and maintenance of the Sherman Station. Elko Firefighter's Association 4-Person Scramble Sunday, July 30 Ruby View Golf Course Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 31 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at Safety First at 673 Cimarron Way . Classes throughout the week as well. For More info: 778-9600.

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Elko County Library - July Events -

TODDLER TIME:

TWEEN BOOK & A MOVIE:

July 1 @ 10:30am Ages 0-2

July 25 @ 4:30pm Inkheart by Cornelia Funke Ages 10-13

STORY TIME:

Tues., Wed., Thu. @ 10:30am, ages 3-5

SUMMER READING PROGRAM: Sponsored by Barrick Toddlers, Youth, Teens June 19-July 29 Reading, crafts & day camps

MAKER MONDAY: Tweens & Teens July 17 @ 4:30pm Ages 10-18

FAMILY LEGO DAY: FAMILIES

TEEN BOOK CLUB:

July 8, 2:00-4:00pm STEM based activities

Daniel, Game Over by James Patterson July 10, 4-5pm Ages 13-18

SRP AIR & WATER PRESSURE VEHICLE TEEN CAMP: July 6, 1:30-3pm Pre-registration required

SRP YOUTH BUILD-A-SET CAMP:

July 11-13, 1:30-3pm Sponsored by Home Depot Pre-registration required

SRP YOUTH SCIENCE EXPLORATION CAMP: July 18-20, 1:30-3pm Pre-registration required

SRP PICNIC IN THE PARK: July 28, 11:00am-1:00pm Food & Fun

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Hi, I'm Darcy Tate. I am a self taught artist who enjoys creating images reflecting the beauty of wildlife and the great outdoors. I spend countless hours every year watching, photographing, and enjoying my subjects in their natural habitat. Most of my research work features Northern Nevada. I have been drawing all of my life. My first drawings were in pencil then and pen and ink. I went on to drawing and painting in colored pencil. This medium is ideal for my fascination with detail. Colored pencil takes many hours and layers of color to develop the look that I try to achieve in

my pencil paintings. I recently started painting with acrylics. I also work with sculpture in polymer clays, paper mache, epoxy clays, and from time to time some wood sculpture. I have illustrated for an outdoor magazine and have also illustrated books such as Nevada Wildlife Record Book, Public Land Mulies, and Elk Hunting the West. Most of my art is commissioned for local wildlife charities and conservation groups. However, I do welcome commissions.

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Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping Sauce

Shrimp Boil Foil Packs Recipe & photo courtesy of www.lecremedelacrumb.com

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Preparation: Chop corn into thirds, then chop each third in half lengthwise. Chop potatoes into 2 inch pieces. Boil corn and potatoes for 10 mins. Drain and set aside. In a large bowl combine shrimp, sausage, corn, and potatoes. Stir together melted 3 T butter, Old Bay seasoning, garlic, juice from half a lemon, and salt and pepper to taste and pour over shrimp, sausage, and veggies. Stir to coat. Divide between four 12x12 inch sheets of aluminum foil. Fold edges of foil up around the food to create a closed packet. Cook on preheated grill over medium-high heat for 8-10 minutes on one side, then flip and cook another 5-6 minutes on the second side. Alternately, you can bake the packets at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes until corn is tender and shrimp are pink and fully cooked. While packets are cooking, melt remaining butter in a medium sauce pan over medium-high heat. Once melted, continue to stir gently over medium heat for 3-4 minutes longer until color changes from pale yellow to a golden amber (but be careful not to burn it). Serve shrimp boil packs topped with chopped parsley, lemon wedges for squeezing, and browned butter for drizzling over the top or dipping.

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Preparation: Pre-heat oven to 400 Degrees F. Pour 1 tablespoon oil in sheet tray or baking dish; set aside. Squeeze fresh lime juice on avocado slices to preserve their color while baking (this step is optional). Season with salt, pepper. Dredge in flour then dip in egg and coat in panko breadcrumbs. Be sure the avocado slices are coated very well in the panko. Place in a single layer on the greased sheet pan. Drizzle with the remaining oil or spray with cooking spray. This will help the avocado slices crisp in the oven. Bake for 15 minutes or until the avocados are golden and crispy. If desired, more oil can be drizzle while they are baking for additional crispness. Serve with either chipotle dipping sauce, ranch, ketchup, or any of your favorite dips!

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Recipe & photo courtesy of www.lecremedelacrumb.com

Ingredients:

Brownie Mix: • ½ cup butter • 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips • ½ cup creamy peanut butter • 4 eggs • ½ cup sugar • ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder • 1 tablespoon vanilla • scant ½ teaspoon salt

Drizzle: • ¼ cup semi sweet chocolate chips • ¼ cup creamy peanut butter

Preparation: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line an 8x8 inch pan with foil or parchment and grease with nonstick spray. Melt the butter, 2 cups chocolate chips, and ½ cup peanut butter in a microwave safe bowl at ½ power for 2 minutes. Stir until smooth (return to microwave for another 20 seconds at a time as needed until completely melted and smooth). Add chocolate mixture to a large mixing bowl. Add eggs, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla, and salt and mix until smooth. Transfer mixture to prepared pan and bake for 30-40 minutes until set and an inserted toothpick comes out mostly clean. Allow to cool completely. Once brownies have cooled, melt remaining ¼ cup chocolate chips and ¼ cup peanut butter in a microwave safe bowl at ½ power for about 1 minute or until you can stir it smooth. Drizzle over cooled brownies. Place in the fridge for about 10 minutes for the drizzle to set. Cut into bars and serve.

Ingredients:

2¼ cups flour • 1½ teaspoons baking powder • ¾ teaspoon baking soda • ½ teaspoon salt • 2½ cups shredded zucchini • 3 large eggs • 1½ cups granulated sugar • ½ cup oil • ¼ cup butter, melted • 1½ teaspoons vanilla • 

2 T fresh lemon juice 1½ teaspoons lemon zest •2  T poppyseeds •  • 

Glaze: •1  ounce cream cheese, softened •2  tablespoons butter, melted •½  teaspoon vanilla •1  teaspoon fresh lemon juice •3  cups powdered sugar •6  tablespoons milk, or as needed

Preparation: Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease a 9x5 inch loaf pan and set aside. In a medium bowl whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. In a large bowl combine zucchini, eggs, sugar, oil, melted butter, and vanilla and mix well. Stir in lemon juice, lemon zest, and poppyseeds.

Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and mix until just combined. Pour batter into prepared loaf pan. Bake for 45-60 minutes until an inserted toothpick comes out clean ( a few crumbs are okay but no wet batter). Allow too cool on a wire cooling rack. While bread is cooling, prepare the glaze by creaming together cream cheese, butter, vanilla, and lemon juice. Add powdered sugar and mix til combined. Add milk 2 tablespoons at a time, mixing after each addition, until glaze is a pourable consistency. Drizzle glaze over bread. Slice and serve or store in airtight container up to 5 days. Makes one 9x5 inch loaf, about 8-10 slices. Drop a tiny bit of food coloring onto the icing then use a toothpick to swirl the food coloring to create an agate look. Sprinkle with white sanding sugar and more colorful sanding sugar, then decorate the cookie with rock candies. Let set completely before serving.


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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) in this area is celebrating a milestone this year. The Humboldt Stake was organized 75 years ago, in 1942. Geographical areas of the LDS Church (also known as Mormons) are divided into stakes, and stakes are divided into wards and smaller units called branches.

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The first organized group of Mormons in northeastern Nevada was in the new town of Metropolis, as it was being developed in the desert, northwest of Wells. It was part of the North Weber Stake in Ogden, Utah. A ward was organized in Metropolis in 1912 as the new community began to grow. Church officials from Ogden would travel by train to visit the members in Nevada, not only in Metropolis, but Ruby Valley, Secret Valley, Starr Valley, Tabor Creek, and farther south in McGill, Ely, Lund, and Preston.


1942-2017 Branches were established in the bustling railroad towns of Montello in 1925 and Wells in 1926. Both were part of the North Weber Stake. Nearby Elko was part of the California Mission, headquartered in Los Angeles. That branch was organized in 1922 and members met in the Bradley Opera House, next to the Commercial Hotel. In 1923 a branch was established in Carlin and several years later Winnemucca. They were also part of the California Mission. Northeastern Nevada remained part of the North Weber Stake for 16 years, until the Nevada Stake, headquartered in Ely, was organized in 1926. It included Metropolis, Wells, Montello, and the towns in the Ely Area. Elko, Carlin and Winnemucca remained part of the California Mission. The members in Elko acquired a frame house on 7th and Idaho Streets, removed the interior walls, and met there for several years. In 1928, they sold it to a man who moved it to a different location and they immediately began work on a new redbrick church at the site. Members did most of the work and the Elko Free Press reported that it was the busiest place in town after 6:00 every evening. The building was completed in record time, less than five months, and was used by local members for many years. As the population of Metropolis dwindled, the branch there was discontinued in 1949 and they joined the Wells Ward. In 1937, Elko and Carlin became part of the Nevada Stake, headquartered in Ely, and in 1941 Winnemucca was added to the new Reno Stake. On May 31, 1942, the Humboldt Stake was organized with wards in Carlin, Elko, Metropolis, Wells, and Winnemucca and a branch in Montello. In the next few years, branches were established in Battle Mountain, Imlay, Lee, McDermitt, Owyhee, Rowland, and Ruby Valley. The red-brick church in Elko became too small and was sold in 1950 to the First Assembly of God. Meetings were held in the Elks Lodge and Burns Funeral Home until a new building was constructed on College Avenue. It was dedicated in 1952 and served for more than 30 years until it became too small. It was sold to the City of Elko and served as the police

station for nearly 35 years. The Humboldt Stake was in existence until 1974 when it was re-named the Elko Nevada Stake. It was split in 1981 and Winnemucca, Battle Mountain and wards to the west and north became the Winnemucca Stake. In 1995, the Elko Nevada Stake was divided into the current Elko Nevada East Stake and Elko Nevada West Stake. Eureka was organized as a branch of the Nevada Stake in 1936 and became part of the Elko Nevada Stake in 1983. Austin became a branch in 1963 and was transferred to the Fallon Stake in 1974. A ward was established in Spring Creek in 1985. Currently, there are seven wards in Elko, five in Spring Creek, and one in Meadow Valley, which serves members in Osino, Ryndon, and Elburz. There are three church buildings in Elko, two in Spring Creek, and one each in Carlin, Eureka, Owyhee, Ruby Valley, and Wells. The following men have served as Stake President during the years of the Church in northeastern Nevada; Rodney S. Williams, Harvey A. Dahl, Loyd Sorensen, Roscoe P. Eardley, Farnes G. Egbert, Duane A. Hoem, Kenneth G. Jones, Dr. Kurt G. Alleman, Lee M. Shumway, Paul M. Lewis, Dr. John P. Patton, Kendle Bowler, and Shawn K. Jones.

In commemoration of this 75-year milestone, a celebration is planned for Friday, July 21 at the Elko High School football field, and the community is invited to attend. The celebration, titled Heritage: More Precious than Gold, begins at 4:00 p.m. with games for the children and socializing. Food vendors will be on-site. The main program begins at 6:00 p.m., which is a theatrical-type production, with songs and dancing. The program follows the history of the Church in the area and the interactions between the church members and the community. Many local organizations and high school groups have been invited to participate, highlighting the diverse cultures we have in the area. The evening will culminate with a family dance, with songs from all eras and genres.

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The Thomas Scott Foundation invites everyone to Nevada’s most fun and unique golf tournament… the 17th annual Thomas Scott Memorial 4-person Scramble Golf Tournament, Saturday July 22, at the Ruby View Golf Course. Registration begins at 6:30 am with an 8 am "shotgun" start. Cost is $40 per person and includes a barbeque-style lunch. Cart and green fees are not included. Credit cards will be accepted the day of the tournament only, cart and green fees not applicable.

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Tournament proceeds benefit the Thomas Scott Memorial Fund helping support organizations that demonstrate the TSF’s mission statement, “To further academic and athletic opportunities for the youth of Elko County.” The family-friendly 4-person scramble features contest and specialty holes including Draw and Drive, Longest Drive, Texas Tees, Longest Putt, and Closest to the Hole, and “Club House Cash” Net prizes of $300, $200, $100 and Gross prize of $400, and much, much more! The Thomas Scott Memorial Golf Tournament is dedicated to and held in memory of Mr. Thomas Scott. An Elkoan for many years and underground miner, Thomas J. Scott was just 30 years old when he was suddenly taken from his family and friends in a tragic accident on January 9, 2001. The tournament is a way of memorializing Thomas for his love of family, friends, and life. This tournament honors him and all other fallen local miners. The tournament is hosted by the Ruby View Golf Course. Previously rated in the top 40 of 2000 public golf courses by Golf Digest Magazine, the picturesque championship course is laid over roughly 160 acres of gently rolling terrain with beautiful views of the majestic Ruby Mountains. The course features other amenities such as a driving range, two practice greens, a chipping and putting green, pro shop, clubhouse, and McMurtrey's bar and grill. Visit the course at 2100 Ruby View Drive or contact the golf shop at 775-777-7277. Anyone wishing to sponsor a hole, register a team or donate auction items, raffle prizes or other services should contact Chairman Jayson Stanton at 3972091, the Ruby View Golf Course at 777-7277 or on the web at: www.tomscottfoundation.org. The 2017 Thomas Scott Memorial Golf Tournament…Serving Elko County Since 2001!

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Greater Short-horned Lizard

The Greater Short-horned Lizard or Mountain Shorthorned Lizard (Phrynosoma hernandesi) is often called the “horny toad� because of its squat, flattened body and short, blunt snout but it is definitely a reptile. This lizard is a variable species with different geographic populations having differences in color, pattern and size which scientists currently divide into five subspecies. they rarely can survive in captivity because of their specialized diet of ants.

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It ranges in size from 2 to 4 inches (not including the one inch tail). Females are typically larger than males. It has a flat body edged with one row of very short scales. The head is fringed with a row of short horns. Some of the back scales are also pointed. The belly scales are smooth. There are dark blotches on the side of the neck and the color varies from gray, yellowish, or reddish-brown.

Horned Lizards are sit and wait predators. Their main prey is ants with an occasional grasshopper or beetle. They often sit near nests or trails of ants. If they are sitting in soft sand they will often shake sand over their backs leaving only their head exposed to watch for ants. When a prey animal passes by the lizard snaps it up with a flick of its tongue and swallows it whole. They are most active during


mid-day and burrow into the ground or occupy rodent burrows at night. Even though appearing well armored they have many predators including hawks, snakes, other lizards, coyotes. Horned lizards will inflate their bodies up to twice their normal size until they look like spiny balloons. Their most effective ploy is to hold still. If forced to move it can only run a short distance, stopping unexpectedly and flattening its body on the ground where its coloration allows it to blend in with the soil. The most unique tactic is to squirt a stream of blood from the corner of their eyes. It is directed towards the predator’s eyes and mouth. It is rarely used against humans and seems to be mainly used against coyotes and dogs. They are often captured by children and adults and kept as pets. But they rarely can survive in captivity because of their specialized diet of ants. The greater short-horned lizard is found from semiarid plains to high elevations in the mountains. The soil in these habitats can be stony or rocky but usually has fine loose soil or sand present. It is more cold tolerant than other species of horned lizards and is able to reach higher elevations. It is not found in southern Nevada. If you are interested in learning more about both the flora and fauna of our area you can send an email to BristleconeAudubon@gmail.com to be put on our newsletter mailing list or find us on Facebook under Bristlecone Audubon Chapter.

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What if I told you places like this really exist, they are not a dream and they are just as amazing as they sound. They are the all-inclusive resort and you can find them located in Mexico, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Just not in Hawaii, actually there is only 1 allinclusive resort in the entire United States and it’s in Florida). Here is some advice for you on picking the right one for you. BUDGET. Not all resorts are created equal, and depending on the amount of money you are willing to spend, your experience can and will vary. Be honest with yourself about how much you can afford to spend and know that you may not get all the amenities at the 3-star resort that you would get at the 5-star resort. FOOD OPTIONS. Food is always included at an all-inclusive resort, but the types of restaurants and the variety of food options can vary greatly. With some resorts you only get to eat at the buffet restaurants, but other resorts allow you unlimited dining at a la carte restaurants. Please know what you are getting before you go, so you are not disappointed in your dining options once you get there, especially if you are a foodie. TIPPING. Please be aware of the tipping policy at the particular resort that you choose. Some companies have strict no tipping policies in force, and the employees can actually be terminated if they accept one. If that’s the case, please don’t risk the employees job no matter how much you appreciate their hard work. Tell their supervisor or the general manager of the resort. That will benefit them more than a few extra bucks.

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Every year more baseball players etch their names into the history books. For most players they never see the opportunity where they’ll be given the chance to be remembered forever, whereas some players bask in the spotlight their whole career. On June 3, baseballs fans got the chance to see a future Hall-of-Famer reach an incredible feat that won’t soon be forgotten. Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim hit career home run number 600.

Obviously, 37-year-old Pujols is no stranger to the spotlight, 600 is a big number. Since his debut in 2001 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Pujols has been a force to be reckoned with while in the batters box. Pujols hit his first career home run on April 6, 2001 against the Arizona Diamondbacks, then they continued to come at a very fast pace. He became the youngest player to hit 250 home runs back in 2006, and then became

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the youngest player to hit 400 home runs in 2010 through his first 10 big league seasons. He is the only player to hit at least 30 home runs in each of his first 12 seasons in the big leagues. In his first 11 seasons with the Cardinals, Pujols lead them to seven post-season appearances while winning two World Series Championships. He won three National League MVP awards and finished in the top


five for voting in seven other years. He is a nine time All-Star who has two Home Run titles and won the 2003-Batting Crown. Pujols has yet to win an award since moving to the Angels and has only two post-season appearances which both resulted in losses. Pujols hit his first 445 home runs in St. Louis, which looked like the prime of his career, and his next 155 in Anaheim over a five and a half year span where his numbers have began to fade from year-to-year. He hit at least 40 home runs in six seasons with the Cardinals, but has only achieved that once in his time with the Angels. Through his first 5 seasons with the Cardinals he hit 201 home runs compared to his 155 in his first 5 seasons with the Angels; only 46 home runs apart, showing that offensively he hasn’t fallen off yet. On June 3, Pujols became the fourth youngest player to hit 600 home runs joining a small group of nine players to reach this feat. In the bottom of the fourth inning with a two-run lead over the Minnesota Twins, Pujols came up to the box to face Ervin Santana with the bases loaded where he blasted a 1-2 pitch deep down the left field line to make history. Pujols became the first player to ever hit a grand slam on his 600th career home run and Santana is the most recent of the 386 pitchers to ever give up a home run to Pujols.

the baseball world. But Pujols’ 600th looks like everyone’s insignificant birthdays as it has come and gone so quickly without much recognition. The first half of his career seemed as if it never left fifth gear and throughout his 17-year career it seems as if he has only been slowing down since. Did the excitement surrounding Pujols stay in St. Louis? Joan Niesen, writer for Sports Illustrated, described it as this in her story on June, 5, “The Pujols who plays in Anaheim is a shadow of the player he was in St. Louis, which is why it is possible to view his career in these two disparate chunks. He went from superman to rarely super, from October regular to an October rarity. Maybe that’s why 600 felt so bittersweet, why it seemed like baseball wasn’t quite as excited as it should have been.” The hype wasn’t there following Pujols’ iconic hit based on the idea the baseball world predicted it would happen eventually, so it’s not like it was a big surprise. His first 11 seasons with the Cardinals were so incredible that of course he would make it here. But come on, Pujols is the Major’s active home run leader by a long shot with 600 home runs. The next closest to him are Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers with 451 home runs, Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers with 446, and Carlos Beltran of the Houston Astros with 429. The rest on the list are below 400 home runs.

Pujols now joins Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Alex Rodriguez, Willie Mays, Ken Griffey Jr., Jim Thome, and Sammy Sosa as the only players to ever hit 600 career home runs. He is the 7th most efficient on the list to do so. Average amount of at-bats between home runs in a career up to 600 home run mark: • Babe Ruth – 11.53 at-bats • Jim Thome – 13.61 at-bats • Barry Bonds – 13.68 at-bats • Sammy Sosa – 14.39 at-bats • Alex Rodriguez – 14.48 at-bats • Ken Griffey Jr. – 15.07 at-bats • Albert Pujols – 15.56 at-bats • Willie Mays – 15.85 at-bats • Hank Aaron – 16.68 at-bats Despite being the first player to reach 600 home runs since Jim Thome did in 2011, Pujols didn’t get the attention that the baseball world would have expected. Unlike Jeter’s 3,000 hit, or one of Arrieta’s no-hitters, or even Pujols’ 500th career homer, they all created so much noise in

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ALBERT PUJOLS Niesen continued in her article on SI.com, “Only eight other men are in the 600 club, and half of them got there as their careers wound down. In fact, the next three players for Pujols to chase down – Ken Griffey Jr. (630), Sammy Sosa (609), and Jim Thome (612) – would all retire within two years of getting to that mark.” Except Pujols’ contract has him set to play through the 2021 season. That’s four more years to watch Pujols continue to make history. In his career he averages 35.29 home runs a season and has hit at least 30 home runs in three of his last six seasons. If he can hit at least 25 homers in each of his last four seasons, Pujols would join the very slim list of three players to hit 700 home runs joining Bonds, Ruth, and Aaron. If Pujols were to hit 700 home runs it would only put him 62 away from Bonds’ record. He would love to have his chance to become baseball’s all-time home run leader, and if he’s close to it following the 2021 season, he’ll likely keep going.

In an interview with USA Today Sports, Pujols said, “ God willing, I hope I get the opportunity [to chase Bonds’ record]. If I’m close, and I’ve played 20 something years already why not play one more to try to get it? It would be so special. I can’t even imagine it.” The excitement surrounding Pujols should still be intact. He has 2,876 hits passing Babe Ruth on the all-time hits list; he has 1,859 RBI and should join Aaron, Rodriguez, and Ruth as the only players in history with 600 homers, 3,000 hits, and 2,000 RBI. He already is the third player in history to have 600 homers and 600 doubles along side Aaron and Bonds. This season Pujols is currently has a batting average of .243 with nine home runs and has 43 RBI. He is in third place for most RBI in the American League (AL). The Angels are currently in second place in the AL West with a 31-32 record trailing the Houston Astros who are 43-18. Pujols’ next career goals are to reach 3,000 hits, 2,000 RBI, and win another World Series Championship.

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TESTIMONIAL 4TH MYTH - Microblading is only good for those who seek very natural results. NO. With microblading you may achieve various results while combining strokes and shadow methods.

I have been self-conscious of my eyebrows for as long as I can remember. I have tried everything to help make them look "normal", but I am not great with makeup so nothing seemed to help. My eyebrows were thin and patchy and not symmetrical. I first heard about Rose on FB. I started following her on Instagram and was immediately intrigued! Her before and after photos were fantastic! But I was still skeptical. I went in for a consultation and Rose immediately put me at ease and made me feel comfortable with the microblading process. I was sold!

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Sometimes, you decide exactly when you’d like to move. Other times, life swoops in and decides for you. Your company might transfer you, a family emergency might require relocation, or you might finally find the love of your life—three states over. Should you sell your house or hang on to it as a rental property? Here are 5 important considerations.

1. Are you gone for good? Or do you need an exit strategy? If there’s a good chance you’ll return to your current home in a year or two, the money and time you spend selling your home and then buying a new one might make renting it out a smarter option.

2. How’s the rental market? Look at online rental sites to see what properties in your neighborhood and in similar condition to yours are renting for. Are there a lot of listings? Think about what you might charge and what you might have to do to bring your property up to the market standard. You can then get an idea whether your potential rental income will cover your expenses.

3. Where’s the neighborhood heading? A lot of factors feed into property values, from national trends to long-term construction plans. An agent can help you understand your property’s potential for appreciation and whether or not it might pay to hang onto it.

4. How much is the hassle of being a landlord worth? Unless you pay for a property management company (about 10 percent of the rental income), dealing with issues, emergencies and uncooperative renters (sometimes all at once, often in the middle of the night) can be trying. Ask yourself if it’s worth the stress.

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5. What are the tax implications? Each situation is unique, so before you decide to rent out your home consider talking with a tax professional. They can help you figure out how much you can expect to pay in taxes on the rental income.

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Health

Healthy, Wealthy & Wise

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Contributed by Dr. Todd Wendell of Ruby Mountain Chiropractic Center

When is a pain in the neck more than just a pain in the neck? When is it a sign that something more serious may be involved?

Typically, neck pain is caused by a abnormal position of your neck and muscle strain. It’s common that one side of the neck may experience more pain than the other. But when neck pain is accompanied by other symptoms, it may be cause for concern. Here’s why: 1. Neck pain with vomiting and stiffness may indicate meningitis. If you cannot touch your chin to your chest and experience drowsiness, confusion and/or sensitivity to bright lights, call a medical professional right away. 2. Neck pain with weakness in the arms and tingling in the fingers may indicate a herniated disc, which is pressure on a nerve root due to a narrowing of the spinal cord canal. 3. Neck pain after a car accident is usually referred to as whiplash. When you’re in a car that is hit from behind, the neck tends to snap suddenly forward and then backward, causing what is known as cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) trauma or syndrome.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help Most people experience neck pain at some time in their lives. As your chiropractor, we’re skilled in determining whether you have a relatively minor issue, or whether you require a referral to another type of practitioner. After examining you thoroughly, we’ll aim to restore normal structure, feeling and function in your neck and other affected body parts, or make a referral to a practitioner who can help you. Continued care will help ensure that the muscles and joints in your neck and back remain in optimal working condition to keep you living life to your fullest potential without restriction.

Dealing with frequent neck pain? It may be worth a visit to our practice. Ruby Mountain Chiropractic | 775-777-3033

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Superfoods grilling pineapple

zucchini - Low calorie vegetable (20 calories per entire zucchini)

- Contains anti-inflammatory properties

- Rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, fiber, calcium and iron

- Low in calories and packed with vitamin C

Grill and flavor with EVOO and lemon juice.

- Packed with good fiber to help digestion Pineapple is high in sugar, try to regulate your consumption.

portobello mushrooms

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- Low-calorie

- Low in carbs and high in fiber

- Rich in fiber & folic acid

- Good source of D & B vitamins

- Powerhouse of vitamin A, potassium, and thiamin

- Low in sodium and high in potassium - Low-calorie burger substitute Although mushrooms are not technically plants, they have a plethora of nutritional value and are full of micronutrients.

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Principles

behind the ideal protein weight loss method The body has three sources of energy from which it draws to meet its metabolic needs. Carbohydrates, Muscle, and fat. Chronologically, the body will first draw on its carbohydrate reserve before turning to muscle and fat. During the weight loss phases of the protocol, we limit carbohydrate intake to encourge the body to turn to its fat and muscle components for energy. By eating high biological protein foods, the protocol helps to support muscle mass and teaches dieters how to develop smarter eating habits and lifestylke choices so they can maintain a stable weight after weight loss is achieved.

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The ideal protein weight loss method is not a high-protein diet... it simply offers a variety of good, quality, protein-based foods that are easily assimilated.


More

than weight loss Our medically designed protocol was developed in Europe over 25 years ago. Many of the following issues have been associated with obesity. Losing weight may help with the following conditions. Health Risks of Obesity* - Hypertension - High Blood Pressure - Type 2 Diabetes - Stroke - Gallbladder Disease - Osteoarthritis

- Sleep Apnea (or other breathing problems) - Mental Health Problems (such as low self-esteem and/or depression)

*Health Risks of Obesity - Excerpt from an article produced in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada (www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/iyh-vsv/life-vie/obes-eng.php) **You should consult a physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other diet program to determine if it is right for your needs.

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Heart’s Path SERENITY COACHING & REIKI

My name is Rev. JoAnna Sidwell, I am an ordained trans-denominational minister. I am also a certified Reiki master/teacher as well. I am working towards creating an integrative wellness center here in Elko. I currently have a Reiki and coaching studio here in Elko where I conduct Reiki sessions as well as life path coaching sessions. I offer classes on Reiki as well as other life enhancing skills classes and I facilitate a free Community Drumming Circle once monthly at the Elko Peace Park. Check my Facebook page for information about these classes/

events and when they are being held. I use a variety of healing modalities in my coaching and Reiki practice depending upon the individual I am working with and their specific needs. These can include, but are not limited to, aromatherapy, oracle card readings, numerology, EFT (Tapping), meditation, chakra alignment, connecting to personal masters, guides and angels, and sound therapy. I am also a trained and experienced advocate for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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The benefits of Reiki are numerous. Here are some examples of how it can be beneficial: -Minor illness such as colds and flu as well as major illnesses such as leukemia, cancer, MS, rhuematoid arthritis, etc. (Reiki should never

Our bodies all have the innate ability to heal themselves. What is Reiki and where does it come from? Reiki is an energy healing modality that originated in Japan through a Zen Buddhist monk named Mikao Usui who was studying allopathic medicine when he came upon texts about ancient healing forms. Through meditation and study he developed the healing modality, which is now called Reiki. Although Reiki can be spiritual in nature it is not a religion or a dogmatic belief system. A person does not have to belong or not belong to a specific religion or even hold spiritual beliefs to benefit from Reiki.

be used in replacement of proper medical care but is helpful in speeding healing. Some medical professionals, massage therapists and even hospitals use it in their practices these days but may just call it Healing Touch therapy)

- Negative energy conditions such as anxiety and depression - Stress reduction - Psychological conditions that are not easily treated by medical means - Dealing with loss and sadness - Dealing with long held anger or resentments - Releasing of beliefs and programing that is no longer serving the individual - Dealing with trauma and PTSD - Quicker healing after surgeries or illnesses - Helping someone who is dying come to acceptance and to pass more peacefully - Reiki can also be used on animals, society and even plants

Our bodies all have the innate ability to heal themselves. What a trained and attuned Reiki practitioner does is focus concentrated natural healing energy through a series of non-invasive hand placements to the recipient’s body which then cause the recipient’s body and mind to relax and accelerates the natural healing process.

Heart’s Path Serenity Spiritual Coaching & Reiki Rev. JoAnna Sidwell | 775-622-7384 Reiki and coaching sessions are typically 1 hour and are $60 for single sessions, $50 when you pay for 4 or more sessions at a time.

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The Difference Between

Dry & Oily ACNE

Acne is one of the most common and difficult skin conditions that we treat as aestheticians. When you break out, those annoying blemishes are a combination of dead skin cells, oil and bacteria. Those with oily skin have excess oil on the surface, making it the perfect breeding ground for break outs and yet surprisingly even people with dry skin can get acne. So what is the difference between oily acne and dry acne and what is causing that to happen? Oily skin, as we know, is more susceptible to acne because of all of the excess oil that sits on top of the skin. Oil fuels the acne flame which means if you don’t use products that will help to reduce some of that excess oil, the acne will be very difficult to treat. Both salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide are effective in the treatment of acne. Salicylic acid exfoliates and works like a mop to absorb excess oil and remove the dead skin cells that cover the break outs. This makes the extraction process much easier and more comfortable

for clients. It also has anti-bacterial properties which is essential to treating and controlling acne. Benzoyl Peroxide on the other hand works by forcing oxygen into the pores and killing that bacteria. Bacteria cannot survive in the presence of oxygen – therefore making benzoyl peroxide the perfect ingredient for killing that bacteria and reducing the break outs on the skin. But having dry skin and acne can be a very frustrating situation to deal with too. The main ingredients that are used to treat acne can be very drying for any client but especially for those who already struggle with dry skin. When the skin is dry, the barrier function is not working properly and allows for transepidermal water loss. This makes the skin even more dry and can allow bacteria to spread causing more break outs. It is important to rebalance the skin with the appropriate oils and lipids to ensure a healthy barrier especially for clients with dry skin.

Most of the time, clients actually create the problem by stripping their skin, which leads to dryness and an intact barrier. This can happen by simply overdoing it with your skin care routine. Having both a gentle cleanser as well as one that has active ingredients is important so you are not over drying the skin. Clients can also over exfoliate with the use of abrasive facial scrubs or even over using a facial brush like the Clarisonic. You really only need to be exfoliating the skin 2 to 3 times a week. When you exfoliate the naturally occurring lipids or oils on the skin are being taken off so when it’s overdone the face will over compensate and produce more oil. In short, acne is a frustrating skin condition to deal with whether you have dry or oily skin. Make sure that you are always using your recommended products and that you are using them regularly. You will get the best results with a routine and remember that less is more when you are using professional skin care products.

To schedule your consultation, please call Maggie Morgan

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S H A B O N YA D U T T O N ’ S G O O D N E I G H B O R F O R J U LY 2 0 1 7

Carolyn "CC" Swafford CONTRIBUTED BY SHABONYA DUTTON OF STATE FARM, WRITTEN BY KELSIE CREAMER

From the moment that her small embrace enveloped me I knew that I had met someone very special. Carolyn “CC” Swafford is what I consider the definition of the saying “big things come in small packages.” As soon as she walked through the doors of my office she was making me feel like I was the one being honored. She has a way about her that makes a person feel at ease and special. From the way she immediately compliments you upon meeting you, to how she then gives you a big hug, and asks you about yourself. She is someone who truly understands how to make people open themselves up and then become comfortable sharing. This is what has made her successful in her time in Elko. “CC” came to Elko in January of 2001. She came here from Wichita, Kansas, after spending fifteen years on the pro bowling tour, in order to run a local bowling center. She left employment there in December of 2001 and started working for the Elko Daily Free Press where she stayed until 2005. She then went to KENV. It was through her work in these businesses that she started to become an active member of the Chamber. She was a member of the Chamber Board of Directors for eight years.

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The list of organizations that “CC” has touched during her time in Elko is extensive. She has remained an avid bowler. She was very active within her church and was the secretary/ treasurer at Shiloh Bible Church for six years. Aside from being on the Board of the Chamber she was also a Board member of Bright Path from 2006 until the organization was dissolved in 2016. She has also been very active within both the Elko Lions and Kiwanis. “CC” is involved with so many activities in our community and they all seem to happen organically. She became a member of Kiwanis because she was leaving a Lions meeting one day, and was invited to attend the Kiwanis. When her son in law who has been active in Kiwanis for thirty-five years said to her, “Well, why didn’t you tell me you wanted to join Kiwanis?” “CC” simply replied, “You never asked me to.” We will sadly be losing “CC” from the Elko community at the end of June for several months. She will be going to Oklahoma to stay with her daughter for an extended vacation. She will leave behind a lasting legacy. One in particular is her co-creation with friend Joyce Mills of the Elko Senior Olympic Games that are held every July. This year the games are July 26-30th. For the last sixteen years “CC” has been the


" BIG things come in SMALL Packages "

MC for the opening and closing ceremonies of the games, as well as, coordinated the bowling events. Seniors must be fifty or older in order to participate in the games. There are over twenty different events to participate in. Everything from swimming, tennis, bicycling, weightlifting, and basketball to other nonphysically demanding activities like jeopardy, darts, brain games, and Wii bowling. Opening Ceremonies for the Senior Olympic Games is on Wednesday, July 26th at 6pm at The Terrace at Ruby View located at 1795 Ruby View Dr. Elko NV 89801. I know that ‘CC’s kind voice will be sadly missed this year. The impact that she has left on our community through the work that she has done to bring a rich active culture for our Senior community will be carried on for years to come. She has started traditions that can carry on. “CC” has also been a shining example of what being truly humble is and civic minded. She has been a good neighbor to all of us in Elko for the last sixteen years by serving in so many different ways. Thank you so much “CC”. We appreciate all that you have done for us and we wish you safe travels and a very great next chapter.

If you would like to nominate a Good Neighbor please email kayla.ozman. waav@statefarm.com or call Kayla Ozman at 775.738.3423.

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No matter who insures you,

You’re in our network.

At Northeastern Nevada Radiation Oncology Center, we believe that patients should focus their energy on healing. That’s why we do everything we can to reduce their financial burden. Our patients only pay the in-network price, even if we are not participating in their insurance network. In fact, since we opened our center in June 2015, on average our patients have only paid $266 out of pocket for an entire course of radiation treatment. We are committed to helping patients navigate the financial aspects of care – because money should never be a barrier to receiving exceptional cancer treatment.

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because she’s busy taking care of everyone else. Mom, it’s 6:00 a.m and you’ve already hit the ground running. Your schedule is jam-packed as you keep everyone in the family well-fed, active and healthy. But what about you? When was the last time you went in for a check-up? How long are you going to ignore those sensitive, private issues? At Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital, we’d like to help. Our gynecologists are here to meet with you and answer the questions you’ve put-off

asking. Then, if a procedure is necessary, our doctors have the skills, expertise and technology to perform it right here in Elko. That way, you don’t have to plan a trip out of town and complicate your schedule even further. It’s time to think about your own health, Mom. After all, a healthier you means a happier family all around.

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Help Your NoiseAverse Dogs Through

Thunder & Fireworks Season Contributed by Dr. Tessa Sustacha

America Independence Day, or the 4th of July, is a great holiday. One that is full of patriotism, BBQs, parades and family gatherings. Even though it is fun for us, it can be a very stressful time for some of our pets. Millions of dogs are afraid of loud, sudden, unpredictable noises such as

thunder and fireworks. In a study done in the United Kingdom and published in Applied Animal Behavior Science in 2013, 49% of dog owners indicated that their dog responded fearfully to a

loud noise, including thunder, gunshots, and cars backfiring. All too often dogs affected by this condition also suffer from other anxiety disorders, particularly separation anxiety. Dogs suffering from other fear or anxiety disorders may be more likely to be “sensitive” to noises. Noise phobias can affect dogs of any age, breed, gender, or neutering status. Wild animals also react to thunderstorms fearfully. This is appropriate because storms can be dangerous, causing flash flooding, falling debris/trees and lighting that can cause fires. The problem is that modern pets are, for the most part shielded from the real dangers of storms, but they create dangers for themselves by their reactions to storms. Dogs can inherit noise aversion or may develop it after a traumatic experience involving a loud noise. 88

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The behavioral signs of thunderstorm fear often may begin before the storm arrives. Some signs that you may see following reactions to loud noise are: • Trembling or shaking • Hiding • Following you closely/seeming clingy • Panting or drooling • Pacing or appearing restless • Whining or barking


• Cowering •A  ppearing hyper vigilant (continuously looking around as if danger is nearby) •A  ttempting to escape or chewing on furniture, walls, or crate This list is not meant to be exhaustive or definitive; a dog that displays one of these signs in response to a sound does not necessarily have a noise aversion. However, if your dog shows one or several of these signs in response to a noise, please seek help from your veterinarian. There are also many steps you can take to control exposure to loud noises or reduce their intensity to help your pet feel more comfortable. 1. Avoid triggers: Noise-averse dogs should not be brought to fireworks displays or forced outside during a storm in the hope that they’ll get used to these sounds. In fact, doing so will probably intensify their fears. 2. Modify or remove triggers: You could encourage your dog to stay in a sound-insulated area during thunderstorms, or you could install acoustic tiles in his or her safe spot. Play competing noise from the TV/radio and use white noise to muffle the loud noises. Shut blinds, shutters, and curtains during a storm or firework event or encourage your pet to rest in a windowless room. Consider teaching your dog (in a positive way) to wear earplugs or noise-canceling headphones, such as Mutt Muffs (safeandsoundpets. com).

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3. Don’t use punishment: Don’t punish your dog physically or shout at her or him for reacting to a loud sound. This will only make your dog more anxious/ reactive and may even cause your dog to react aggressively to you. Punishment may also reinforce for your dog that there was something to be worried about in the first place. 4. Comfort the dog: Try to be home or have someone stay with your dog during a loud noise event. There is no evidence that proves comforting or ignoring your dog makes the situation worse or helps. It may help some dogs to hold them firmly and lean into them; only do this when your dog approaches you and you think he or she will benefit. Release your dog if he or she struggles. Long, firm massage strokes may also help.

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5. Safe haven: Create a safe haven for your dog with your dog’s blanket, cushion, and one or two familiar toys. Feed your dog there or leave tidbits there frequently for her or him to find. Let your dog get use to this space before the fireworks and storm season. It can be a place that your dog is already accustomed to. If you think your dog will want to escape to that place during a loud noise event, then try to get her or him to go and settle there before the events start. Ideally, this would be an interior windowless room. 6. Medication: Your veterinarian may prescribe antianxiety medication to aid treatment and minimize your dog’s suffering. The goal of using medication is to reduce the intensity of your dog’s fear and anxiety. A new medication called SILEO came out last summer. This is the first and so far only FDA approved treatment for noise aversion in dogs. This is an at home treatment that can be use as needed. It is clinically proven to have calming effects without sedation, which allow the pet to still interact normally with the family. The website for this medication has good information on noise aversion. (http://www. sileodogus.com/) There is some evidence that dogs respond to pheromone devices, such as Adaptil or calming collars. Aromatherapy is sometimes recommended for storm phobias, although there is no good evidence that it is effective and essential oils can be toxic especially for cats.

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Even though noise aversion presents a significant problem for many dogs and often gets worse without appropriate treatment, the good news is that many treatment options are available. While treatment will not cure your dog of noise aversion, it will help to improve her or his ability to cope and make storms and fireworks more manageable events in the future. Treatment is most effective when employed at the first sign of a problem. We would be happy to help if you are concerned about your pet this summer.

Elko Veterinary Clinic wishes everyone a safe and fun July.

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