Is This You? No Tell Hotel

I am not an ostrich.  I do not live with my head in the sand.  I watch enough television to know that things go on in hotel rooms that I don’t want to know about.  Most important I am not naive enough to think that I am the first person to stay in … [Read more...]

Christmas Donation

Courtesy photo During the November 12 meeting of the Rotary Club of Ely, President Gregory Rivero had the privilege of giving Miss Bunny Hill of the White Pine County Social Services a check in the amount of $1,000 dollars on the behalf of the … [Read more...]

Meet the author day at library

Join us at the White Pine County Library for a meet and greet of local authors! Here is your chance to discover new authors or meet familiar ones from around the community. They will showcase, sell, and sign their books and take time to chat and … [Read more...]

Recognizing Veterans

Courtesy photo Learning Bridge Charter School honored our Veterans last week. Sofia Maestes and Sabre Westland emceed a fascinating program. Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars demonstrated an “Honors Ceremony” featuring a volley of gun fire, … [Read more...]

September Jr. Elk Students

Gavin Rhett Henriod  and Mallory Moore have been named Junior Students of the Month for September, according to Ely Elks Lodge #1469. Henriod, age 14, is the son of Scott and Tawnya  Henriod of Ely.   Moore, age 13, is the daughter of Lance and … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: I have read your newspaper for years and I have never been disappointed. However, reading the article you allowed slamming the LDS church made me wonder about the paper. It’s written by a bigot and the person that put it in the … [Read more...]

October Jr. Elk Students

McKean Riley Windous and Mandy Jill Van Tassell have been named Junior Students of the Month for October, according to Ely Elks Lodge #1469. Windous, age 14, is the son of Moana and Vince Windous of Ely.  Van Tassell, age 14, is the daughter of … [Read more...]

Is This You? Palm Trees

The biggest problem with house plants is that they grow. Well duh, you say. Of course they grow, they are plants.  You feed and water them and they grow.  But ah-ha, I say. Yes they grow, into larger, leafier, bigger than you anticipated plants. … [Read more...]

McGill Celebrates Vets

Courtesy photo McGill Elementary celebrated Veterans’ Day with some awesome veterans on November 10th. This was McGill Elementary’s 14th annual Veterans’ Day program. Every year veterans join our staff to teach our students the importance of … [Read more...]

Soliday book signing at school

Former Nevada Teacher of the Year will be speaking and signing his newest book at Learning Bridge Charter School, Tuesday November 24.  Michael Soliday a former teacher from McGill, will be our guest at Learning Bridge as he describes how and why he … [Read more...]