Archives for September 2015

Vintage Chevrolet club drives classic cars to Ely

Driving up to the Nevada Northern Railway on Wednesday, someone could’ve thought they had traveled back in time. Row after row of Chevrolet’s from the 1910’s through the 1950’s filled the parking lot and spilled over into the street. They looked suita … [Read more...]

Manufacturers making the case against EPA ozone rules

The National Association of Manufacturers has begun broadcasting a television commercial across the West, including Nevada stations, that argues that a Obama administration Environmental Protection Agency rule for reducing ozone is a futile gesture … [Read more...]

Gloria Jean Montoya

Gloria Jean Montoya, born in Waterloo, Iowa to Louis and Sylvia (Cates) Miller on May 30, 1942 was called to heaven after a long illness, on September 15, 2015. Gloria’s younger years were spent in Henderson, Tempiute and Kimberly before  moving to … [Read more...]

Ladycats win tough home battle

Undefeated White Pine defeats Pahranagat Valley in five close sets During a pivotal point in the fifth and final set of White Pine’s game against Pahranagat Valley Tuesday night, a Panther player moved in the wrong direction on the volleyball c … [Read more...]

Rand Paul visits Ely

Republican presidential candidate answers questions Kentucky Senator and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul answered questions and explained his campaign’s platform on the issues at a meet and greet event inside the Prospector Hotel o … [Read more...]

Whether you get to vote on tax hike will be up to the courts

One of these days, perhaps, you will be able to go online and download and sign a petition calling for the repeal of the $1.4 billion in tax hikes — a nearly 17 percent increase in state spending — approved by your Republican-majority Nevada Leg … [Read more...]

Bobcat football team excited to play at home

They’ve had an extra week to practice, watch game tape, and make adjustments for some of the things they expect Mountain View to throw at them, now the White Pine High School Bobcats are almost done waiting. They just want to take their home field f … [Read more...]

Betty L. Perkins

Betty L. Perkins passed away at the South Lyon Medical Center in Yerington on September 5, 2015, just 8 days short of her 85th birthday. Betty was born September 13, 1930 in Bingham Canyon, Utah to Layton Vaugh Goff and Violet Mae Fausett. She … [Read more...]

Constitution Day

Courtesy photo Pictured is Mrs. Sedlacek’s second grade class as they performed the Preamble to the Constitution. Hand gestures help the students as they memorized the Preamble for Constitution Day which was on Sept. 17. Every class/grade level at … [Read more...]

‘Last’ big meth dealer sentenced to prison time

The self proclaimed “last” big methamphetamine dealer in White Pine County will be serving between three to 12 years in prison after receiving her sentence inside the White Pine Courthouse on Monday. Krisse “Herline” Thompson was deemed a “danger to p … [Read more...]