Archives for November 2014

Dr. Sevastos Pavlakis

, 82 years,  passed away after a short illness on November 18, 2014 in Ely, NV.  He was born October 4, 1932 in Ely, NV to Antonios and Maria Pavlakis. Sto served in the Nevada National Guard and Captain in the US Air Force.  He was a member of Ma … [Read more...]

ATT donates to CACH

Nevada State President for AT&T Stephanie Tyler holds up a check for $2,000 that her company donated to Ely’s Committee Against Child Hunger on Nov. 19. CACH representative April Bath was on hand to receive the check and said it would be very h … [Read more...]

White Pine Sheriff’s Blotter Report

Submitted by the White Pine Sheriff’s Office for Nov. 19-24. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the blotter or e … [Read more...]

Christmas parade set for Dec. 6

This year’s Christmas Parade theme is “I’ll Be Home For Christmas.” It leaves it open to a lot of different interpretations. Please follow the theme when preparing your entry. The Parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 6th.  The parade will beg … [Read more...]

December Elks students

Kyson Glenn Coombs and Cassie Anne Newman have been named Junior Students of the Month for December, according to Ely Elks Lodge. Coombs, age 13, is the son of Denise Jackson and Cody Coombs of Ely. Newman, age 14, is the daughter of Paul and Amy … [Read more...]

November Elks students

Shamryn Bruce Brewster and McKenzie Morgan Shady have been named Junior Students of the Month for November, according to Ely Elks Lodge. Brewster, age 13, is the son of Todd and LaRa Brewster of Ely. Shady, age 13, is the daughter of Chrissie and … [Read more...]

Is This You – Out Like a Light

There is one big reason he sun goes down every day, it is so it gets dark.  In darkness we sleep. It is dark, quiet, calm; all the things that go along with sleeping.  Unless you have one of the light people living in your house. Those nocturnal c … [Read more...]

Wrestlers back on the mat

After having four individual athletes medal in last year’s wrestling state championship meet, White Pine High School’s team is back on the mats. For coach Mike Gamberg, this season is about picking up where last year’s squad left off. “We are tryin … [Read more...]

Goin’ Postal helps during busy shipping season

It’s getting to be that time of year. The time of shopping, wrapping, shipping and maybe just a bit more last minute shopping. For such a joyful season, it sure can be stressful. That’s where Shasta Drake at Goin’ Postal comes in. “We offer complet … [Read more...]

States can do a better job of savings endangered species and jobs, too

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973 was intended to protect the grand and noble eagles, bears, whooping cranes and condors, but it has turned into a tool for self-styled environmental groups to wipe productive human endeavors from private and … [Read more...]