Drama club to perform Shakespeare Oct. 21

By Kathy Tucker White Pine High School Twelve of the White Pine Players Drama Club members spent three days at Cedar City for the Utah Shakespearean Festival's high school competition.  This is an annual event over two decades old. Schools from … [Read more...]

Is This You – Spur of the moment

While dallying in a yet another sporting good section of a store, (for some unexplained reason there are forces at work that pull men from the clothing section to sporting goods), my other half decided to test me.  He snickered and turned to hand me … [Read more...]

Learning Bridge Teacher of the Month

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Linda Montgomery came to Learning Bridge Charter School out of retirement. This is her second year teaching 5th grade for Learning Bridge. She is a dedicated teacher who gives so much to the school and to the students of her classroom. Learning … [Read more...]

Holiday Fashion Show

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The seventh Annual Holiday Fashion Show will be held Nov. 29. Last year’s event sold out and raised over $3,000 for the CACH program. New this year tickets will be offered at Economy Drug only and assigned tables/seating will be available. On Oct. 20 … [Read more...]

Meet The Candidates

John Lampros

COUNTY COMMISSION - SEAT 1 JOHN LAMPROS I was born in McGill, Nevada on April 29, 1940 to Steve and Helen Lampros and raised in McGill. My father Steve was killed in a mining accident in 1942. In 1944 my mother married David D. Dragosavac, who … [Read more...]

Barber brings old school style to barbershop

Ely Barber Shop owner Dawn Lamb said that she wants to bring back the feel of traditional barbershops from the 1950’s.(Courtesy photo)

Dawn Lamb likes cutting hair the old fashioned way. Instead of asking for a clipper number like most hair cut franchises, she asks what the client has in mind and then caters a unique cut to match. Lamb calls them “tapered cuts,” a custom haircut … [Read more...]

Wally Birch Memorial

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Courtesy photo A dedication of the Wally Birch Memorial was held on Saturday, Sept. 27 at the White Pine Public Museum. Amy Melvin, Director of the museum accepted the display of an early International radiator shell that hung in Wally’s home … [Read more...]

Wizard of ahhhs opens

Randy Lee

Randy Lee stands in front of some stained glass projects that he created on sale at his new store Wizard of Ahhs. The store is set to open on Oct. 13 and will sell a variety of locally created art projects on consignment. The Wizard of Ahhs is … [Read more...]

Charter School to perform Aladdin

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The Missoula Children’s Theater has come back to work with Learning Bridge Charter School for the second year in a row. This year they will put on a production of “Aladdin” on Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Ely Central Theater. “The whole … [Read more...]

Is This You – The Optimist in Me

There are two sides of a coin, we all know that.  There are two sides of a story, we all know that too.  Then there are two ways to look at things.  The optimistic way and the pessimistic way. I am an eternal optimist, leaving the hand wringing, me … [Read more...]

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