Candidates answer questions at forum

Candidate for State Controller Ron Knecht talks about his experience as an economist at the candidate forum. (Garrett Estrada photo)

Local and state-wide candidates for the upcoming White Pine County general election got a chance to answer questions from the public and inform voters on why they are the best choice for the job at The Ely Times-sponsoredCandidate Forum at the … [Read more...]

Wizards of Ahhs offers different kind of art

Randy Lee, owner of the new Wizard of Ahhs art store on Aultman Street, stands next to the store’s titular wizard he painted.  (Garrett Estrada photo)

When Randy Lee decided he would take a class to learn how to create stained glass over 20 years ago, he was just trying to create something nice that would keep the sun out of his eyes in his kitchen. Now, after years of creating unique stained … [Read more...]

Judge hears railroad lawsuit against council

City Councilman Bruce Setterstrom sits on the witness stand during a preliminary injunction hearing Tuesday. (Garrett Estrada photo)

The ongoing legal battle between the Nevada Northern Railway’s management board and the Ely City Council headed into the courtroom on Tuesday. Chief Justice Robert Rose pesided over the proceedings, hearing argument from attorney’s on both sides of … [Read more...]

Students celebrate homecoming

Students of White Pine High School walk into the Nevada Northern Railway train Depot Tuesday night to watch the movie “Hocus Pocus.” (Garrett Estrada photo)

Homecoming is one of those sentimental high school moments that students remember years after they graduate. The dance, the football game, the parade of floats, all of it ties together into an experience that is more than just the sum of its parts. … [Read more...]

Barber brings old school style to barbershop

Ely Barber Shop owner Dawn Lamb said that she wants to bring back the feel of traditional barbershops from the 1950’s.(Courtesy photo)

Dawn Lamb likes cutting hair the old fashioned way. Instead of asking for a clipper number like most hair cut franchises, she asks what the client has in mind and then caters a unique cut to match. Lamb calls them “tapered cuts,” a custom haircut … [Read more...]

Judge to rule on railroad board lawsuit

The lawsuit filed by the Railroad Management Board against the Ely City Council and Railroad Board of Trustees is expected to be ruled upon by Chief Justice Robert Rose on Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. in the White Pine County Courthouse. Rose, a former Chief … [Read more...]

State and local candidates to speak in public forum on Oct. 14

Former candidate for Sheriff Steve Marquez answers a question at the primary election candidate forum held on May 19. (Garrett Estrada photo)

The Ely Times will host a public candidate forum on Oct. 14 starting at 6 p.m. inside the main room of the White Pine Convention Center. Similar to the forum held on May 19 for the primary election, the public forum will gather candidates from … [Read more...]

Charter School to perform Aladdin

Learning bridge

The Missoula Children’s Theater has come back to work with Learning Bridge Charter School for the second year in a row. This year they will put on a production of “Aladdin” on Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Ely Central Theater. “The whole … [Read more...]

Girls soccer evens league record with two road wins

Sometimes all it takes is a road trip.  The White Pine High School girls soccer team won both of their road games over the weekend, defeating Pershing County 5-3 on Friday and Battle Mountain 5-0 on Saturday to even their league record to 3-3 and … [Read more...]

Bobcat football lose big at home, frustrate coach

White Pine High School football coach Quinn Ewell said he thought going into the Bobcat’s Sept. 26 game that he felt it would be a close game. After a 50-0 home loss, Ewell felt disappointed knowing that his team didn’t play to their full … [Read more...]

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