‘80’s Flashback

Courtesy photo This year’s theme for the Fireman’s Ball was the ‘80s. Everyone had fun showing off their outfits. Pictured left to right: B.J. Mangum, Mark Saltarelli, Kevin Ashby, Jason Bath, Mike Romero, Kelly Ernest, Jim Pierce, Andy Bath and Ru … [Read more...]

American Legion Auxiliary delivers Christmas bags

Courtesy photo Pictured left to right are veterans Juanita Bradley, Jack Carlson, Ron Newman, Kay Lear, Kenneth Remington, Thomas Jenkins.  Not pictured is veteran Jim Hicks.  The White Pine Unit members participating were Lisa Alleman, Terri C … [Read more...]

Is This You?

Life by the Numbers I must admit I am a romantic. I like to float along believing that love makes the world go ‘round. Making you feel all warm and fuzzy and like nothing could ever put ripples in your pond if love is in your sights. Ah! But if … [Read more...]

Keith’s Corner

New Years in the 1940s, 50s By Keith Gibson The great WWII was over and America was slowly getting back to what some considered normal.  It was vastly different than before the war. The economy was booming and there was a multitude of new items … [Read more...]

Teacher of the Month

Courtesy photo Mrs. Tami Bybee is our December Teacher of the Month at Learning Bridge! Not only is she organized and well planned for her 4th grade class, but she also put together and taught the Health curriculum for our Middle School Students.  … [Read more...]

Is This You?

Our Internal Clock  Apparently the companies that manufacture alarm clocks might as well close up shop, turn off the lights and everyone go home. The word on the street is that we all have these internal clocks that will wake us up at exactly the … [Read more...]

Simplistic Solutions donates computers to students at Learning Bridge

Special to the Times Computers for Kids is a project that Simplistic Solutions has been working on for the last 5 years.  Kids learn how a computer works, how to build their own, and how to work with a new operating system.  They are allowed to p … [Read more...]

Keith’s Corner

Christmas Season comes to McGill By Keith Gibson The Friday after Thanksgiving Day is called Black Friday, but to us kids it was another day of freedom from the local gulag.  We had a 4 day parole and utilized it to the fullest.  The first th … [Read more...]

Courtesy photo Holiday fun at Wicked Rein.  Several people showed up for a class held to make holiday paintings. … [Read more...]


Vietnam exhibit at the musuem

Courtesy photo White Pine Public Museum is pleased to announce a photography display on loan from Steven Burchik who was a forward observer and photographer during 1968-1969 in Vietnam. Described as “personal and emotional glimpses of the everyday … [Read more...]