Nevada Supreme Court should rule for free speech as guaranteed by state Constitution

It drives me to distraction when smart lawyers try to peel away tiny layers of the law with a scalpel instead of bashing it with a sledgehammer. That’s what the attorney for Citizen Outreach did recently before the Nevada Supreme Court. He … [Read more...]

NNRY Holiday Auction

Polar Express

The Nevada Northern Railway is once again holding on online auction through Dec. 1 to raise funds for various needs around the railroad. Bidders can bet on different unique experiences like the chance to be the engineer of the train or ride on the … [Read more...]

White Pine television board restores service for users

The White Pine Television District Board has been in the process of upgrading service of television transmission equipment on Ella Mountain in Lincoln County.  In order to accomplish this, the transmitters were taken out of service until the new site … [Read more...]

Dennis Christ Schlabsz

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Dennis Christ Schlabsz, age 66, of Baker, NV passed away on November 7th in Salt Lake City, UT, following a short illness.  He was born on January 21, 1948 in Ashley, North Dakota to Christian and LaVina (Rall) Schlabsz. Dennis was the 2nd of 7 … [Read more...]

Ladycats Win Division

The White Pine High School volleyball team celebrates after beating Meadows in the South Division III Championship game on Nov. 8. (Courtesy photo)

Team enters state championship tournament as top seed It wasn’t easy, but the White Pine High School volleyball team found a way to win itsdivision with a dramatic come-from-behind victory. Facing off against the TheMeadows private school … [Read more...]

Vendor Craft Fair on Nov. 15

The Thanksgiving Vendor Craft Fair will be held Saturday, Nov. 15 at the Postal Palace from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is the perfect time to start your Christmas shopping, support the small businesses of Ely. We look forward to seeing you there: … [Read more...]

New attorney general needs to hit the ground running on issues involving federal land agencies

Newly elected Attorney General Adam Laxalt has promised to make a priority of defending the state and its businesses and residents against overzealous federal encroachment on rights to use public and private land within the state of Nevada. He says … [Read more...]

School selling holiday honey baked hams

The White Pine High School Junior Class will be selling Honey Baked Hams. A seven pound ham (feeds 12-14) will go for $60; a 10 pound ham (feeds 20-22) sells for $80. and a roasted or smoked turkey breast $30. Orders must be in by Monday, Nov. … [Read more...]

Golf looks to rebuild after ‘disappointing’ season

Mark Dolezal, coach of the White Pine High School girl’s golf team, knows that he needs to get more athletes to come out for golf. This year’s three-person team was plagued by eligibility issues, often leaving just senior Mikalya Dolezal, his … [Read more...]

Ready for the next state tax increase battle?

By Ron Knecht State Controller Elect Nevada’s taxation department issued a report Monday listing $2.2-billion in new annual revenues that allegedly could be collected if certain tax exemptions, credits, abatements and preferential tax rates … [Read more...]

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