$500 Reward

The Nevada Northern Railway Museum is offering a $500 REWARD, for information leading to the arrest & conviction of persons responsible for the theft of railroad signs at the Lackawanna Crossing and the Avenue C Crossings. We are asking for … [Read more...]

At the Courts

DISTRICT COURT March 19, 2018 PABLO SOLIS MARTINEZ: Guilty of transporting a controlled substance, methamphetamine. Ordered to pay $25 AA fee, $60 Chemical Analysis fee, $150 DNA fee, $3 GMA fee; 12-36 months NDOC suspended and defendant is … [Read more...]

Sheriff’s Corner

By Sheriff Scott Henriod WPCSO One of the biggest questions that faces the nation right now is how do we keep our children safe while they attend school. Unfortunately there is no simple answer, but there are solutions if we are willing to work … [Read more...]

Local man fined for illegally dumping trash

Marko Palczewski of McGill arrived at the landfill earlier this week to dump his trash, but he would not provide the staff at the landfill  the proper documentation,  and refused to pay the $5.00, He was turned around, and Palczewski decided to d … [Read more...]

White Pine County Sheriff’s Report

Submitted by the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office for Mar. 26-Mar. 29. 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...]

Drugs will expire before court ruling on Nevada execution

Associated Press LAS VEGAS—Some drugs obtained for the first lethal injection in Nevada since 2006 will expire before the state Supreme Court decides whether to approve their use, officials said Friday. The sedative diazepam that the state has e … [Read more...]

Treasurer debunks rumor of city default

  Last week’s Ely City Council meeting was packed, with several residents.  Many stepped up and spoke during public comment. Former city councilwoman Pat Robison spoke questioning the animal control monthly report. She commended the animal … [Read more...]

Happy hunting

File photo Easter is  just a hop, skip and a jump away, and this year it falls on Sunday, April 1, no joke. One of the best ways to celebrate with kids is to attend one of White Pine’s treat-filled egg hunts. Egg-hunts will be categorized by the di … [Read more...]

Decisions under scrutiny

Last week’s Tour and Rec Board meeting presented more agenda items that appear to be taking the board in an entirely different direction than past boards. The reduction of staff traveling, the attendance of different conferences, shows, and f … [Read more...]

Fees Lowered

File photo The Ely City Council decided for Arts in the Park and all non-profit organizations to lower the fees for temporary business licenses from $10 to $2 per person. … [Read more...]