Drug, alcohol and tobacco assembly hosted at D.E.N.

David E. Norman hosted a Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Prevention Assembly on April 25th, for 3rd-5th graders. Nevada Highway Patrol Officer Kelly Barney and his K-9 partner, Gino, along with Deputy Alan Pedersen and his K-9 partner, Quinto, joined … [Read more...]

Corporal T.M. Murphy and the Battle of Tonka Tunnel

By David W. Toll (republished with permission from The NevadaGram (http://nevadatravel.net/travelgram/wp/) History books will tell you that the first American soldier to shed his blood in World War One was a lieutenant in the medical corps, … [Read more...]

Mother’s Day quilt walk

The Sagebrush Quilters will be holding their first ever quilt walk this weekend in honor of Mother’s Day. This will be an opportunity to stroll downtown, spend time with your Mom and appreciate the beautiful quilts created by these talented women. … [Read more...]

4-H to host friends and family events this summer

LAS VEGAS—University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s 4-H will host two Friends and Family Night events on Friday, May 20 and on Saturday, June 25. The May 20 event will feature a “Pajama Night” with several activities including family games, an … [Read more...]

Earth Day cleanup was a big success

Rain, snow, sleet and the wind did not hamper the effort of the Community Wide Cleanup on Earth Day Weekend.  Many thanks goes out to The Ely Shoshone Tribe, Learning Bridge Charter School, White Pine High School, Robinson Nevada Mining, Girl Scout … [Read more...]

Is This You? Summer Shoes

There are not many times that I succumb to advertising pitches of; buy me and your life will be all butterflies and lollipops. You know the TV ads that show before and after pictures of people who look to be regular neighbor types that have for some … [Read more...]

Snake Valley celebrates eighth annual Water Festival June 17-19

Friends and supporters of Snake Valley will gather in Baker, Nevada during the weekend of June 17-19 for the eighth annual Snake Valley Festival to celebrate and raise funds in support of community preservation.  All are invited to join in.  All … [Read more...]

WPHS Drama class presenting the Cinderella Chronicles

WPHS Beginning Drama class will be presenting THE CINDERELLA CHRONICLES on Saturday, May 7 at 7 PM on the high school stage.  This student-directed production is a re-telling of the old story of the girl with the glass slipper…….as you’ve never heard … [Read more...]

Flower shop owners keep Mother’s Day special

By W.G. Ramirez Special to the Ely Times Maureen Vaught and her daughter Cricket Hermansen don’t receive flowers all that often. Not on Valentine’s Day, and not necessarily on Mother’s Day. That’s what happens when you own the oldest … [Read more...]

Kaliedoscope to be performed

On April 29 & 30, the Advanced Drama classes will present a short one-act played called KALIEDOSCOPE, written by Ray Bradbury.  Each night will have a different class cast and directors.  The directors from 6 & 7 period acting classes … [Read more...]