Is This You – Wintertime Fun

There are two words that in my vocabulary do not go together. Wintertime and fun. I look out my window at the January -3 degree day beginning to take shape and I do not feel the fun. I no longer have that urge to run out, make a snow angel and freeze … [Read more...]

Local Youths Donate Blankets


On December 8th and 10th the Blue Ribbon/Great Basin 4-H Club got together to participate in a service project.  Twenty youth, parents and leaders gathered together to make tie fleece blankets for the Shriners and Primary Children’s hospitals.  With … [Read more...]

Science and Engineering Fair

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Students at Learning Bridge are gearing up to participate in the Western Nevada Regional Science and Engineering Fair, to be held in Reno in March. In preparation Learning Bridge will be holding a Family Science Night to familiarize students as well … [Read more...]

Children welcome to audition for ‘Treasure Island’

Announcing additions for the children’s music “Treasure Island”. Based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson, and adapted for stage by Kathryn Schultz Miller. Open auditions for interested K-8th graders will take place at the Ely United … [Read more...]

SafeTalk suicide awareness training

SafeTALK is a suicide alertness training for everyone. In only a few hours, you will learn how to provide practical help to persons with thoughts of suicide. Expert to leave SafeTALK more willing and able to perform an important helping role for … [Read more...]

Wedding Announcement

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Edward and Charlene Hinkle, of McGill, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Cherish Ann Gray to Christian Don Robison, son of Kevin and Tracy Robison, of Ely. The wedding will be held April 25, 2015 at the … [Read more...]

Annual Fireman’s Ball at Bristlecone on Dec. 31

The 108th annual Ely Volunteer Fire Department’s New Year’s Evel Ball will take place inside of the Bristlecone Convention Center on Dec. 31. The ball will begin at 8 p.m. and run until 1 a.m. Live entertainment will provided by Festival of Sound … [Read more...]

Tip a Cop funds feeds seniors


Courtesy photo On Dec. 23, members of the Sheriff’s Employee’s Association, with funds raised during the 2014 Tip-A-Cop event, were able to purchase and deliver 60 food boxes to senior citizens and needy families in the White Pine County area.  … [Read more...]

Is This You – Bath or Shower

I watch with curiosity the commercials that tout a safe bathtub for people who have trouble getting into and out of the bathtub.  It led me to think of the days when I was a kid, a very young 4 or 5 years old, and my siblings and I would take a bath … [Read more...]

Local store to make donation

On Friday, Jan. 9, Just Stuff will donate their total sales to help cover medical bills for Paige Hill, who is 13 and suffers from a rare disease that affects 1-500,000 children. Please come in and show your support. … [Read more...]