Archives for April 2017

Barrick, Cisco, Great Basin College announce partnership providing free digital career training for employees, other Northern Nevadans

Elko—To revolutionize mining through digital integration and prepare the workforce of the future, Barrick, Cisco and Great Basin College announced a partnership that will bring digital and information technology skills development courses, free of c … [Read more...]

Veteran Appreciation giveaway

This Friday April 28th  a Veteran Appreciation Giveaway has been organized for all Veterans living in Ely, Ruth and McGill. If you are a Veteran you can receive free household items and toiletries. Stop by the JobConnect office at 1500 Avenue F., S … [Read more...]

Huge innings drive Ladycats past North Tahoe at home

Double-digit innings powered White Pine softball to three wins over North Tahoe  last week in league play. On Friday, they started with 11 runs in both the first and second innings as they routed the Lakers 27-0. Saturday morning, it was a … [Read more...]

Local judge gives stiff sentence to elk poaching suspect

  Special to the Ely Times  A Utah man was recently sentenced for the felony killing and waste of a bull elk near Pioche, Nevada back in August of 2015. The case generated tremendous public interest and led to an incredibly complex i … [Read more...]

Rodeo Club weekend results

The WP Rodeo Club is a combination of both middle school and high school students in addition to that, they also have students from Eureka who participate on the team. The team traveled to Washoe for a Jr. High and High School Rodeo this last … [Read more...]

White Pine County Sheriff’s Blotter Report

Submitted by the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office for April 17-April 23 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 b … [Read more...]

67th annual Armed Forces Day celebration

By Cassie Doré The third weekend of every May brings the “Stars and Stripes” out in full force in “America’s Patriotic Home”—the self-proclaimed title of Hawthorne, Nev., so dubbed because of the large celebration it has hosted every Armed Forces D … [Read more...]

Captain’s Corner

Submitted by Captain Scott Henriod WPCSO          The other day I received a telephone call from an individual who had his home burglarized. The caller was requesting a copy of the report so he could turn his loss into his insurance company. As … [Read more...]

Is This You?

A Yawn Starter A yawn, I have learned from a neurologist, starts in the brain. Something somewhere in there is triggered and through a pathway unknown to this plain regular human, it makes you urgently suck in air. You make that yawn aarrgh sound, … [Read more...]

A View From The Past

By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray  In a time in the U.S. today where there is talk of a wall being built, illegal immigrants, and talks of deportations, I thought it might be interesting to share an article from 75 years ago. The headline read: “12 Ne … [Read more...]