Archives for November 2017

Peggy Aileen (Costello) Britton

On November 25th, 2017, Peggy Aileen Costello Britton, was welcomed into the Golden Gates of Heaven, and into the loving arms of her husband Danny, mother LaRue, and father Julio, leaving behind her three children, Andy (Beckie), Wendy (Cody) … [Read more...]

Alex Coca

Alex Coca our beloved brother (78) passed away Sept 23, 2017 in Beaverton Oregon. Born Dec 9, 1938 in Guadlupita New Mexico to Abenicio Coca and Margie Sanchez. Alex enjoyed fishing, horses and traveling to Alaska and Hawaii. He is survived by … [Read more...]

Eloy D. Crespin

Eloy D. Crespin, age 82 passed away on November 21, 2017 Eloy was born on August 3, 1935 in Chaperito, New Mexico to Felipe and Christina Crespin.   Eloy served in the U.S. Army, 2 months basic training in Fort Hood, Texas, from there he was … [Read more...]

David Lee Ingle

David Lee Ingle of Mesquite, NV was greeted at the Gates of Heaven in his sleep at his home on November 23, 2017.  He was born to Marion Oliver Ingle and Zelma Inez Ingle, on February 21, 1950 in Ely, NV.  He moved to Elko in 1982 and was employed by … [Read more...]

Lori Jean (Varney) Rosevear

Lori Jean (Varney) Rosevear passed away November 17th, 2017 in Ely, Nevada at the age of 58 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born September 20, 1959 in San Pedro, California to Lillis Jean Reeves and Harold Varney. Lori was the oldest … [Read more...]

Michael J.D. Sandoval

Michael J..D. Sandoval was 62 years old when he passed away on November 14th, 2017 in Minot, ND at the Trinity Hospital after a long battle with cancer and other complications.  Mike lived with his family at 309 Grant St, Plentywood, MT … [Read more...]

Blood Drive

Courtesy photo/Caroline McIntosh The Blood Drive held last Friday was recorded as the biggest success so far in Ely ,by the United Blood Services.  Sue Manning began coordinating the drive four years ago for the community, and it continues to … [Read more...]

Vandals hit railway’s Polar Express feature

  It’s that time of the year when people are thankful, celebrating the holidays with their loved ones and enjoying all of the Holiday festivities. But for some, causing havoc and destroying decorations brings more delight to t … [Read more...]

Murry, Mill won’t become one-way streets

After a traffic study on Mill and Murry streets, the city council has determined it wasn’t in the best interest to make them both one-way streets. Scott Henriod former captain at the time was directed to conduct a traffic study on Mill and Murry S … [Read more...]

Getting Ready for Christmas

Courtesy photo The Great Basin Service Club was out this past weekend hanging holiday decorations in Ely and McGill. Allan Wise is pictured here on the bucket lift hanging decorations. … [Read more...]