Suzie Disanza wins the Holmes Mine Rescue Association Women of the Year 2018

Suzie Disanza, Safety Coordinator/Emergency Response Coordinator for KGHM Robinson Mine, has been awarded the Holmes Mine Rescue Association Woman of the Year Award for 2018.  This national award is given to a woman who has made the most outstanding … [Read more...]

Fun things to do this week 14th NBA Summer League Las Vegas, through July 17. Cox Pavilion/Thomas & Mack Center This is the first time all 30 NBA teams will be represented in the MGM Resorts Summer League featuring 82 games July … [Read more...]

Keith’s Corner

The 4th of July in 1948 and 2018 By Keith Gibson Last weekend I was sitting on the bench in front of Bradley’s/Trini’s Market in McGill lazily watching the enormous amount of traffic going through the town.  It struck me that it was similar in m … [Read more...]

Is This You?

My Nose Has Grown Apparently my nose, over the years, has grown. This is something I did not know. I thought my nose was cute and perky and turned up a bit on the end. But a friend of mine has recently said to me that over the years my nose has … [Read more...]

BMX Fundraiser

A fundraiser will be held for Emery Balch on Thursday, July 5th, at the BMX Bike Track at 6pm. Emery, since the age of 4 has been suffering various pains, night terrors and different symptoms that resulted in Emery and her parents traveling seven … [Read more...]

Libraries Rock

Courtesy photo The White Pine County Library Summer Reading Program started the week of June 18, 2018.  The theme “Libraries Rock” will provide a summer with reading and STEM (science, technology, engineering, math).  Prizes will be awarded at the … [Read more...]

Fireworks tips to keep your pet safe

Special to the Times With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, Phantom Fireworks would like to remind our friends and customers that some pets adversely react to the lights and noise of fireworks.  With a little extra effort, our pets can be … [Read more...]

Elks donations to Cinderella contestant

Ely  Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Alan Lafferty  is  shown presenting a $50 check to Harlene Stark, mother of Harlee Romero.   Harlee, age 21 months,  competed in the Cinderella pageant, baby division in Las Vegas on June 24, representing White Pine Count … [Read more...]

Keith’s Corner

By Keith Gibson Cutting lodge pole pine trees One bright spring morning, there was someone knocking on my front door.  It was a friend of mine, by the name of Dan Bush.  We had lived a few doors from each other on first street in McGill, while g … [Read more...]

Centennial Building History

Submitted by Minnis Alderman The first White Pine LDS Church was established in 1915. The Tabernacle was completed in 1927. In need of larger facilities, the LDS Church finished the new Stake Center in East Ely in 1957. The Tabernacle still housed … [Read more...]