Patty Florence (Mike) George

  Patty Florence (Mike) George, age 94 of Ely, Nevada passed away in the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 1, 2017. Patty was born Oct 10, 1923 in Round Moutain, Nevada to Alex Mike and Sophie Andrews. Patty is … [Read more...]

Ladycats volleyball falls to Yerington in championship match; face The Meadows school in state tournament

By Scott Gulbransen Special to The Ely Times White Pine high’s volleyball team (27-5) lost its bid for the NIAA 2A Northern Girls Volleyball Championship losing in three-straight games (25-17, 25-15, 25-19) to No. 1 seed Yerington at the t … [Read more...]

New business in town

Tucked away just right off of Aultman Street is a new Salon called Suite E. With trendy new colors of gray, white and teal painted on the walls, it leaves you wondering if you are in Ely or in the city. But don’t let the modern look fool you, the two … [Read more...]

Collection site announced for Operation Christmas Child

This month, Grace Foursquare Church in Ely will serve as a drop-off location for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas Child, joining nearly 5,000 U.S. locations collecting gift-filled shoeboxes for children in need around the w … [Read more...]

White Pine girls soccer season ends in 5-1 playoff loss

By Scott Gulbransen Special to The Ely Times It wasn’t supposed to end this way. Not after the season the White Pine varsity Ladycats put together. In what was a historic and record-breaking season for the Ladycats, the end came swiftly and a … [Read more...]

Sheriff’s arrest Ruth man after Ely home invasion

The Ely Times On Nov. 1,  at 12:53 p.m., the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a person who had broken into a local Ely residence. The reporting party reported that the person who was inside his home had shot at him with a … [Read more...]

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: A thank you to all of those in our area that are willing to give their time to respond to anyone in the time of need. I have recently seen postings on Facebook questioning their response by firefighters to a report of a … [Read more...]

Fashion show benefits child hunger program

By Meg Rhoades Special to The Ely Times With the holidays fast approaching life seems to speed up. There are meals to plan, presents to wrap, baking to be done and parties to attend. It seems as though each year time flies faster and … [Read more...]

Fight breaks out at Ely State Prison

A fight broke out last Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at the Ely State maximum security prison. A state official says the fight left four inmates injured, including two who were taken to hospitals in Las Vegas, 250 miles away. One inmate underwent … [Read more...]

Defining Native Americans: The Blood Quantum Issue

The Great Basin College Virtual Humanities Center, the Newe Ghani Cultural Center and the California Trail Center are teaming together to bring the community a panel discussion on the blood quantum issue Wednesday, Nov. 15 at GBC. Panelist James … [Read more...]