Is This You? Ya, but…

Right after we grow out of the irritating age of saying “Why” to the answer of a question or explanation of the reason something is the way it is, the next step is to respond with, “Ya, but…”  This answer goes way beyond just plain old why.  It moves … [Read more...]

Bed and breakfast almost ready to reopen May 21

All Aboard’s new owners Becky and Ralph Werber stand in the bed and breakfast’s dining room. 
(Garrett Estrada Photo)

When the All Aboard Bed and Breakfast reopens its doors on May 21, it will be the culmination of a dream more than 20 years in the making for its new owners Becky and Ralph Werber. “When we got married, we went on our honeymoon and we went to a … [Read more...]

Moms ride free on trains on Mother’s Day at NNRY

The Nevada Northern Railway will celebrate moms with free train rides Saturday.
(Courtesy photo)

The Nevada Norther Railway, a National Historic Landmark, offers free rides to all moms on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10. Treat mom to a trip aboard an historic passenger coach pulled by a locomotive. Passengers will enjoy a ride through remarkable … [Read more...]

Sage Grouse protection

Sage Grouss

Courtesy photo On May 2, the White Pine Conservation District and several volunteers placed Sage Grouse fence markers on fences in Duck Creek and Steptoe Valley.  The goal of this was to reduce Sage Grouse mortality from fence collisions. Pictured … [Read more...]

Forbush Graduation

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Courtesy photo Curt and Debbie Forbush are pleased to announce the graduation of their son, Christopher William Forbush, from the Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School, with a Juris Doctorate, with honors. He received his BA also … [Read more...]

District Pinewood Derby winners

The three overall winners from the District Pinewood Derby from left to right: second place Jeremy Hallett, first place Dylan Jensen and third place Kidd Ables.
(Courtesy photo)

The Bristlecone District recently held their District Pinewood Derby at the LDS Stake Center. The competition was separated into three different categories based on the scouts’ ranks. Jeremy Hallett took first place in the Tiger/Wolf division with … [Read more...]

Preregistration open for Fourth parade

The Great Basin Service Club would like to remind participants the theme for this year’s July 4th parade is “White Pine County—The Melting Pot of Nevada. The grand marshal will be John Demos. For pre-registration please call 775-289-2111 to leave … [Read more...]

Mine Donation


Robinson Mine and White Pine County School District are combing to provide transportation during the upcoming Fourth of July celebration. During the entire weekend, buses will be providing transportation free of charge to the public. With the high … [Read more...]

Marriage licenses issued for the month of April:

Brendon Paul Martinez and Melanie Lynn Valdez, both of Ely, April 17. Christian Don Robison and Cherish Ann Gray, both of Henderson, April 23. Jeffery James Williams and Kami Lynn Whipple, both of Ely, April 24. Garrett Thomas Coleman and … [Read more...]

Elks May Students

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Ken Curto photo Visilio Christopher Casarez and Jane Agnes Murdock have been named Students of the Month for May, according to Ely Elks Lodge. Casarez, age 17, is the son of Shannon and Chris Casarez of Ely. Murdock, age 17, is the daughter of … [Read more...]