Beer n’ Bacon

On Saturday June 23, plan an ESCAPE to the White Pine Public Museum for the "BEER and BACON TAST'IN. Enjoy 5 types of locally brewed beer and the WPHS Culinary Class will be working their food magic with bacon hors D' oeuvres, featuring, jalapeño … [Read more...]

The Great Outdoors

June is a special time to celebrate America’s  Nation Great Outdoors month.  What started as Great Outdoors week under President Clinton in 1998 has grown significantly under the Trump, Obama and Bush administrations into a month-long celebration of h … [Read more...]

Star Tactical Shop open for business

Jeff Brandon and his wife Jennifer Brandon recently opened a shop here in Ely called Star Tactical Shop. Jeff says that he has worked in corrections for almost 20 years. Working all over the state of Nevada; Las Vegas, Lovelock, Winnemucca and … [Read more...]

Madeline Gleave

Our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother Madeline Barney Gleave, age 91, passed away June 6th 2018 in Ely, NV. She was born September 16th 1926 in Utah.  A daughter of Angus and Mae Barney. She married Vernile … [Read more...]

High court should stand firmly for free speech

It has long been agreed that the First Amendment right to free speech includes the right to not be compelled to speak, but this past week the U.S. Supreme Court appeared to skirt this simple premise, though it ruled in favor of a Colorado cake baker … [Read more...]

Elks new member

The Ely Elks Lodge initiated a local man into membership by the solemn ceremony of initiation on May 31. The new member is Thomas Lake and he was initiated by the officers of Ely Lodge under the direction of Exalted Ruler Alan Lafferty. Lake was … [Read more...]

Fisher would run state like a business

The Ely Times Jared Fisher held a last minute meet and greet at Hunter’s Cafe last Friday at noon and although it wasn’t hugely publicized, several locals still came out to listen to Fisher and ask him some hard questions related to Nev … [Read more...]

Being ‘green’ is easy, ignore facts

If you thought the “green movement” was more about self-righteous politics than clear-headed science, here are two tales that prove the point. In Arizona a petition is being circulated in an effort to get on the ballot an initiative called the Cle … [Read more...]

Elks Lodge celebrates Flag Day

The Ely Elks Lodge  will observe their annual Flag Day service commemorating the birth of the American Flag on Thursday, June 14, according to Exalted Ruler Alan Lafferty. The service will be at the White Pine County War Memorial and will begin … [Read more...]

Learning Bridge Field Trip

Photo by Stephen Bishop By Chase Anderson  Last week, Learning Bridge’s kindergarten class had a great time when they went to  Mrs. Andrea’s ranch on a field trip, We learned  facts about shearing sheep and life on a ranch. In the picture Will A … [Read more...]