Meet and Greet

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John Gaughn and Rick Richards pose for a photo with Hotel Nevada co-owner Paul Kellog and other members of Gaughn Gaming at an event held March 12 at the Postal Palace. Guaghn Gaming employees met with members of the Ely community to hear how they … [Read more...]

Birth annoucement

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Aaron and Rose Mehlhaff are thrilled to announce the birth of Karter Immanuel Mehlhaff.  He was born in Las Vegas on February 1, 2014, weighing 7 pounds, 5.6 ounces, and was woven into the Mehlhaff family by adoption three days later. Courtesy … [Read more...]

USDA Food Bank scheduled March 25 at First Baptist Church

By G Wop This week slowed down a little for me. The weather was on the nice side and ad time to do some yard work. I hope you were able to get out in the sunshine. Things that mentally strong don’t do: Feeling Sorry For Themselves. Stuff … [Read more...]

Learning Bridge Fundraiser

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Students that raised more than $600 in a fundraiser for Learning Bridge Charter School were awarded with their own Chromebook laptop at an assembly on Friday. Garrett Estrada Photo … [Read more...]

Charter school gets new tech

By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff Writer The Learning Bridge Charter School has a new “roving computer lab” powered by more than 20 Chromebook laptops after students sold more than $20,000 of Otis Spunkmeyer products in the school’s first … [Read more...]

Sportsworld always trades in ‘fun’

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By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff Writer Sportsworld had only been in its current building for a few years when one of the mines had a major layoff. The store’s General Manager Susan Keough remembers a specific conversation with one of the … [Read more...]

St. Patrick’s Day hotspots

By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff Writer With St. Patrick’s Day right around corner on Monday, the Ely Times gathered a list of places in town that will be a pinching and sham-rocking good time to celebrate the leprechaun-iest holiday there … [Read more...]

High school drama department presenting ‘Charley’s Aunt’

The ivy halls of Cambridge, an English tea garden and a turn-of-the-century drawing room…all settings for the White Pine Players production of “Charley’s Aunt,” a hilarious comedy of young lovers, mistaken identities and, well, Charley’s … [Read more...]

Students learn safety through woodworking

Learning Bridge student Garrett Rice begins to sand his school project under the supervision of Robinson Mine employees. (Garrett Estrada photo)

By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff  Writer A few sixth-graders at the Learning Bridge Charter School are getting unique, hands-on experience in a project that blends creativity, practicality and safety. Large wooden spools donated by … [Read more...]

Steptoe’s Jeakins named student of the month

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The staff of Steptoe Valley High School is proud to announce the student of the month for January is Sabrena M. Jeakins. Sabrena is a sophomore at SVHS. She is the daughter of Kathlee Jeakins and Mark Jeakins. Sabrena moved to Ely last year … [Read more...]

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