White Pine County Sheriff’s Blotter Report

Submitted by the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office for May 7-May 13. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the b … [Read more...]

Prospector donates RV hookups to the Ely Shoshone Tribe

The Prospector Hotel recently donated all of their RV hookups to the Ely Shoshone Tribe. The Tribe has plans of putting in a future RV park that will be located near the Silver Sage Travel Stop.  Chairwoman, Diane Buckner for the Ely Shoshone Tribe … [Read more...]

Treasurer Trask resigns; council mulls replacement

The Ely Times The Ely City Council held a special meeting on Monday to approve City Treasurer Janette Trask’s resignation. Both councilmen Kurt Carson and Tony DeFelice were absent but the remainder of council members was enough to hold a q … [Read more...]

Casket removed

Photo by KayLynn Roberts-McMurray A developing story that the Ely Times was just notified of. The Sheriff’s office received a report on May 8, 2018 at approximately 11:00a.m. from a City of Ely Employee that a grave site had been tampered with.  Wh … [Read more...]

Trash pickup rate to rise by Ely Disposal

The Ely Times  If you utilize Ely Disposal Services you will soon see a increase in your May bill by $5.20. The White Pine County Commission approved this past Wednesday a rate increase for Ely Disposal Services. Art Meechum, one of the owners … [Read more...]

AG candidate visits Ely

  Craig Mueller, candidate for Nevada attorney general, stopped into The Ely Times office for a quick interview before he continued on his travels across the state in his campaign travels. Mueller spoke of how he had an uncle who lived in … [Read more...]

Window painting contest under way

Special to The Ely Times   The Ely Beautification Committee is asking for the public to participate in a Summer Themed Window Painting Contest to be held on May 12-13. The committee is seeking individuals, families, organizations, and schools … [Read more...]

Unclaimed property auction now open to preview

The Nevada’s Unclaimed Property Division is opening the vault for a second time this year to auction items that remain unclaimed. This month’s will be the 4th auction to be hosted online by the Treasurer’s Office. The auction, held throug … [Read more...]

Scientists successfully test new nuclear reactor in Nevada

Associated Press LAS VEGAS—Scientists successfully tested a new nuclear reactor in Nevada that could power future trips to outer space. NASA and the Department of Energy on Wednesday announced the Kilopower fission reactor performed better than … [Read more...]

3 candidates for Nevada governor pledge to protect Medicaid

Associated Press LAS VEGAS—Three of the four leading candidates for Nevada governor pledged Tuesday night to protect the state’s expanded Medicaid program if elected in November. Republican state Treasurer Dan Schwartz as well as Democrats Cla … [Read more...]