Archery, golf an interesting combination

By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray The Ely Times Archery Golf? Say What? Who would think that arrows flying on a golf course would be a great idea? But what other golf course can you play on where you hear the roaring of a hundred year old steam … [Read more...]

Last major production of the school year for drama club

Students of WPHS Drama Tech and Design Class are putting the touches on the set of MAN OF LA MANCHA, the last major production of the school year. Along with cast and crew members, students of the class have been building, painting, lighting and … [Read more...]

Watson and Schulz April Students of the Month

Nathan Michael Watson and Kaycee Schulz have been named Students of the Month for April, according to Ely Elks Lodge #1469. Watson, age 13, is the son of Charlie and Gina Watson of Ely.  Schulz, age 12, is the daughter of Brent and Susan Stark of … [Read more...]

Veteran Appreciation giveaway

This Friday April 28th  a Veteran Appreciation Giveaway has been organized for all Veterans living in Ely, Ruth and McGill. If you are a Veteran you can receive free household items and toiletries. Stop by the JobConnect office at 1500 Avenue F., … [Read more...]

67th annual Armed Forces Day celebration

By Cassie Doré The third weekend of every May brings the “Stars and Stripes” out in full force in “America’s Patriotic Home”—the self-proclaimed title of Hawthorne, Nev., so dubbed because of the large celebration it has hosted every Armed Forces … [Read more...]

Is This You?

A Yawn Starter A yawn, I have learned from a neurologist, starts in the brain. Something somewhere in there is triggered and through a pathway unknown to this plain regular human, it makes you urgently suck in air. You make that yawn aarrgh sound, … [Read more...]

A View From The Past

By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray  In a time in the U.S. today where there is talk of a wall being built, illegal immigrants, and talks of deportations, I thought it might be interesting to share an article from 75 years ago. The headline read: “12 … [Read more...]

The first Indian war at Pyramid Lake

By Dennis Cassinelli         In my previous article, I told about the raid and destruction of Williams Station along the Carson River by a band of renegade Paiute Indians from the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation on May 6, 1860. The Comstock Lode … [Read more...]

Fundraiser for Candyce Humphries

Fundraiser for Candyce Humphries   Australia Down Under Sports Trip, Saturday, May 13. Vendors wanted, $25 to rent a spot in the parking lot on Ave. K, across from David E. Norman Elementary. Set up your craft booth and sell your crafts, you keep … [Read more...]

Open enrollment for Learning Bridge Charter School

Learning Bridge is accepting applications for Kindergarten through 8th grade enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year. Enrollment package may be picked up at the school, 505 South Pioche Highway or downloaded from our website. A lottery for … [Read more...]