Colorado commences RC drilling at Green Springs mine

The Ely Times Colorado Resources Ltd. announces further to its news release of Jan. 20, it has received the approvals from the Ely Ranger District of the United States Forest Service for the updated drill permits for the Green Springs Property and … [Read more...]

Deadline to enroll in Nevada Prepaid Tuition Program draws near

Carson City—March 31, 2017 is the deadline for Nevada families to enroll in the Nevada Prepaid Tuition Program. After that date, enrollment in the program will be closed until next fiscal year dates are approved by the College Savings Board. “As … [Read more...]

Candidates rush to meet filing deadline for city council seats

By Kay-Lynn Roberts-McMurray The Ely Times With only an hour left before the filing date closed, the City Hall became a packed house this past Friday. Several people showed up to file for three city council seats that are up for election … [Read more...]

Employee arrested in drug bust

The Ely Times The Nevada Department of Corrections Office of the Inspector General and Nevada Department of Public Safety Investigative Division completed a month long investigation that ended with the arrest of an NDOC employee at approximately … [Read more...]

City agrees to transfer land for new facility

Ryan Middleton Special to The Ely Times During the city council meeting of Jan. 26, the City of Ely agreed to transfer its portion of the deed to the county in exchange for office and municipal court space. The new facility will be located at … [Read more...]

Cortez Masto looking forward to representing rural communities

U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto calls Las Vegas home, but still feels a deep connection with the state’s rural communities. As a lifelong Nevadan, Cortez Masto grew up in a Las Vegas that was very different from the urban atmosphere it now … [Read more...]

Go Fund Me set up for accident victim

Last Tuesday, Shannon Jacaway had just gotten off her shift from the Ramada, when she entered the crosswalk on Great Basin Boulevard and was struck by a vehicle. She was transported to William Bee Ririe but due to her extensive injuries had to be … [Read more...]

Captain’s Corner

Submitted by Captain Scott Henriod WPCSO One of the questions that I frequently get asked by the public is how busy is the Sheriff’s Office. My response is that we seem to stay pretty busy. I thought I would share with the public our statistics … [Read more...]

Community invited to Zika Virus panel discussion

Community invited to Zika Virus Panel Discussion 7 p.m. Feb. 13. Guest Speakers include James M. Wilson, M.D., Director of Nevada Center for Infectious Disease Forecasting. We know Zika is spread mostly by the bite of an infected Aedes species … [Read more...]

GBC hosts Health Sciences open advisement

For anyone interested in learning more about Health Sciences at GBC Attend Nursing, Radiology, Human Services, & Paramedic Advisement on Feb. 10Are you interested in pursuing a degree in nursing, radiology, human services or paramedics? Plan … [Read more...]