Archives for March 2017

Grand opening of Nevada Art Exhibit

The Ely Art Bank will host an open house on April, 10 am to 5 pm,1 for its art exhibit featuring the Wally Cuchine Nevada Art collection. Wally Cuchine is a former resident of Ely/manager of the Bristlecone Convention Center. His art collection is … [Read more...]

Denny’s diner coming to Hotel Nevada soon

By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray The Ely Times Denny’s, America’s diner has officially announced they are coming to Ely. The Cafe in the Hotel Nevada closed it’s doors last Thursday. The entrance has been boarded up while Denny’s renovates the … [Read more...]

Lowering age of compulsory education could be harmful

Nevada lawmakers have for decades been throwing taxpayer money at various feel-good-but-futile programs and schemes in an attempt to drag the state’s public education system up from the lowest rungs. The latest proposal to surface in the L … [Read more...]

White Pine High drops pair to Incline

The White Pine High baseball team only played two games with Incline last week, instead of the usual three, because the Saturday game was snowed out. But in the two games play as part of a Friday doubleheader, Incline proved to be the stronger … [Read more...]

Learning Bridge school recognizes Music in our Schools Month

The beginning band performed at the Care Center.  White Pine High School Band and  the Learning Bridgeś advance band combined their talents for a rehearsal. Learning Bridge and Core Knowledge believes that a   music program should not be a per … [Read more...]

Why Nevada joined a Wisconsin property rights case

The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a rather obscure and complicated property case titled Murr v. Wisconsin, in which the Murr family claims the value of their waterfront property was drastically reduced by government … [Read more...]

Girls win meet at Meadows Invitational

White Pine rolled to the girls team title with 242½ points at The Meadows Invitational in Las Vegas last Saturday. Agassi Prep was second with 142½, and Mojave was third at 132. Madison Rick led the Bobcats, winning the 100 (12.88), 200 (27.84) a … [Read more...]

Drought, demand push Nevada to stricter well water limit

By Alison Noon Associated Press CARSON CITY — With groundwater drying up across arid Nevada, the state’s top water official asked lawmakers on Tuesday to limit new wells drilled at rural homes in the state’s most parched regions to a quarter of … [Read more...]

Bobcats start season strong with two team victories

By the Digital Publishing Staff with the Pinenut  Golf season is finally upon us, and to start off the season, the Bobcats went down to Pahrump, to compete against some of the best teams in Nevada. The Mountain Falls Golf Course is a … [Read more...]

Little People’s Head Start receives star rating for school

Little People’s Headstart received a 4 and 2 star ratings for their Head Start and Early Head Start program. These stars are based on the assessments, some required criteria and documentation. The Nevada Silver State Stars Quality Rating and I … [Read more...]