Archives for January 2015

Radio station awards first local ‘Angel in Disguise’

When Jodi McShane and Karen Livingston began reading through the stack of submitted letters they received for their “Angel in Disguise” program, they figured it would be a hard choice figuring out who would be the first winner. Then they got to Kri … [Read more...]

Memorial for Father

Father John McShane stands next to a new memorial plaque for the late Father Caesar Cavilga hanging inside the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. A memorial service for Cavilga was held at the church on Jan. 17 to celebrate the life of Cavilga, who passed … [Read more...]

Ladycats continue win streak

The White Pine High School Ladycats are on a roll. Despite losing one of their best players in Debra Kingston for the past two weeks, the Ladycats have continued to run their aggressive style of defense that forces turnovers and leads to quick … [Read more...]

‘State of the State’ speeches were entirely too much alike

Earlier this month Gov. Brian Sandoval delivered his “State of the State” address to the Legislature. A couple of days later President Obama gave his “State of the Union” speech in front of Congress. Obama is a liberal Democrat who faced both a Hou … [Read more...]

Cindy Lee Adams

Cindy Lee (Blackham) Adams of Ely, NV, passed away January 26, 2015 at the age of 59. Cindy was born to Montel and Arda Blackham, January 19, 1956 in Ely. Cindy was a Homemaker who enjoyed spending time with her children and family, cooking, … [Read more...]

Bobcats pick up second home win of season

Sometimes all it takes is a stern talk from a coach. That’s what the three big men who guard under the hoop for the White Pine High School Bobcats learned before they went into their home game against Lake Mead Academy on Saturday. Assistant Coach … [Read more...]

City finances in good shape annual audit finds

Auditors of the City of Ely finances had good things to say about the future of the city based on their findings, which were presented at the latest city council meeting on Jan. 22 inside the Armory. Explained by City Auditor Chad Atkinson of Hinton … [Read more...]

Nevada public employee pension program must be reformed to be fair and save tax dollars

A new analysis of Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System reveals just how out of whack state public government workers retirement pay is compared to those in the private sector who must foot the bill. For the first time — due to the fact a ju … [Read more...]

David Michael Bourgeois

, 54, died January 15, 2015 at his home in Boise, Idaho, after suffering a long illness. Born September 1, 1960 in Ely, Nevada to Terry Bourgeois and Patricia Johnson Duval. He is survived by his parents, 3 sons, Samson, Jamison, Kurtin; … [Read more...]

Julio Calderon Costello

On Friday, January 23rd, our beloved father,  passed through the veil and was reunited with his Heavenly Father and our beautiful mother. Julio was born on August 27 1926 to Julio Costello Sr. and Ysaura Costello, in Park City, Utah.  Soon after h … [Read more...]