Spring art auction next week

Ely’s Chapter C P.E.O. is having its fifth annual spring fund raiser, entitled “Art and More … An Auction”. The event will take place Friday, April 29, at the Bristlecone Convention Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. Advance tickets are $10 at Economy … [Read more...]

Is This You? That’ll Never Happen to Me

I was recently reading a story about a group of friends that climbed mountains all over the world and had lived through an avalanche or two.  That’ll never happen to me.  I don’t climb mountains. Crumb, I have a hard time climbing my little kitchen … [Read more...]

Community wide clean up day

Friday, April 22nd is Earth Day and let’s celebrate our wonderful world by participating  in the “Mayor’s Community Wide Cleanup” Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24 at the County Park across from the Middle School  at 9am both days.  We will target … [Read more...]

Creating downtown public art

A talented artist from Tucson, Arizona is generously donating her skills to help promote the 300 block of Aultman Street into an Art block. Leiloni Kammerer of Leiloni Designs has decorated the sidewalk planter in front of the Art Bank.  She would … [Read more...]

Top Spellers

Courtesy photo Learning Bridge Charter School held its 3rd annual spelling bee Friday, April 15.  A thank you to our judges Tracey Everett and Darcey Evers and to pronouncer  Dianne Wagers.  First place winners are shown below: Top row left to … [Read more...]

New directors and manager at the public museum

White Pine Public Museum kicks off the summer season with its new directors and new manager, Connie Odgers, under the watchful eye of Lilly, our Cave Bear.  Our major goal for the year is to increase community awareness of the outstanding exhibits … [Read more...]

Trashy Tidbits: Food waste

By Nichole Baldwin Even though 15.3 million children were growing up in households without access to affordable, quality food in 2014, food waste is a prevalent and continuing problem in the U.S.  Despite the presence of convenience stores and … [Read more...]

Students donate to CACH program

Learning Bridge Students are active and involved members of White Pine County. The students who pay $1.00 are able to participate in the non-uniform day.   This money has been designated for our CACH program.  The students would like to give back … [Read more...]

Elks receives donation for Safe Haven

The Children’s Community Theater performed “The Fable Watch” at the Ely Elks Lodge on April 1, 2, 8 and 9.  Students from seven different schools participated and the production was directed by Suzanne Calhoun.  The Elks Lodge will be using the money … [Read more...]

D.E.N. Third Grade Field Trip

Courtesy Photo David E. Norman third graders spent a fun filled day at the Children’s Discovery Museum in Las Vegas. Each year, students from Mrs. Wines, Mrs. Vinson, and Mrs. Wallaces class raise money for this trip by selling candy bars. This … [Read more...]