Local Volunteers Dig Into National Public Lands Day

Donning work gloves and grabbing long-handled shovels, National Public Lands Day volunteers Saturday, dug in, leveling soil around the newly-constructed accessibility ramp outside the Lehman Caves Visitor Center in Great Basin National Park. Park … [Read more...]

Tickets still available for White Pine Players first school year show

Students have been in rehearsal over the summer to prepare this production, Peter and the Starcatcher, for the community. This is the story of how Peter Pan came to be. This is not the story you have seen in the movies but a new telling of a timeless … [Read more...]

Is This You? A perfect cube

I have a Rubik’s Cube. It’s still in the original plastic packaging. Oh it’s been opened. It’s been twisted and turned and scuffed and thrown across the room. It is not solved back to its original six sided colored spender. It is a wonderful array of … [Read more...]

Is This You? A colorful life

There are probably over a hundred adjectives to use in describing people. Of course I think first of happy. Who doesn’t like to know happy people? People can be sullen, encouraging, maddening, funny, i.e., me — I hope! But recently I got to thinking … [Read more...]

Ely State Prison seeks donations of yarn for project

Ely State Prison is asking for help with donations of yarn. There are several inmates who have a very special talent with crocheting and many of them volunteer to crochet hats, scarves and lap blankets for the citizens in the … [Read more...]

Students of the Month

Photo special to the Times Seth Aiden Jones and Olivia Ryann Hendrix have been named Students of the Month for September, according to Ely Elks Lodge #1469. Jones, 13, is the son of Bobbi and Mark Jones of Ely. Hendrix, 13, is, the daughter of … [Read more...]

New realtor joins Ely office

Keller Williams is welcoming their newest realtor to their office. Betsy Lopez grew up in the military and that means she spent time overseas. She lived in Iceland and Portugal, each for two years. Lopez completed high school at  White Pine High … [Read more...]

Car sales at Sahara Motors benefits sport’s programs

In the months of July and August, Sahara Motors donated $100 to White Pine County School District’s sport program for each retail vehicle old. “We were excited when Maggie Holmes, our F&I manager, came up with this great idea,” said Sandi … [Read more...]

New 4-H community-based instructor

By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray The Cooperative Extension welcomes Jasmine Shoning as their new 4-H community-based instructor. Shoning recently graduated with her Bachelors in Natural Resources from Great Basin College but says that she was always … [Read more...]

New business

Times photo/Teresa Stewart Jessica and  Geyson Lemus from Lemus Company, came from Las Vegas and are licensed for maintenance repairs and cleaning. They are offering their services to families in the Ely area. They work together on repairs and … [Read more...]