Andersons receive award


On March 1, the Anderson family travelled to Winnemucca to receive an award that was the first of its kind to be given to a business. In years past, this award has only been given to individuals deserving of recognition. Anderson's Food Town was … [Read more...]

Locals become dancing stars in front of sellout crowd

Economy Drug's Pharmacist Andy Bath took first place with a swing dance that drew two perfect "10" scores by judges.

By Garrett Estrada The first ever “Dancing with the White Pine All Stars” drew in a high school gymnasium-filling crowd on April 4 thanks to spirited dances by local community members and the Utah Ballroom Dance Company. Six local amateur … [Read more...]

Anderson’s owner still going strong

Lee Anderson has spent over 30 years building a reputation on quality cuts of meat and friendly service at Anderson’s Food Town.
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By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff Writer At age 80, Lee Anderson still takes pride in precisely cutting the meats he sells in his grocery store, Anderson Food Town. After running the store with his wife LeAnna since 1977, he has garnered a … [Read more...]

Michael Ray Stewart

Michael Ray Stewart, 58, passed away March 14, 2014 in his home after a long illness. Mike “energizer bunny” was born April 13, 1955 to Joan and Gary Stewart. He has moved to various different places, but always found home in Nevada where he spent … [Read more...]

Science fair projects

Science fair

Holly Marich judges a Learning Bridge student’s science project. Marich was just one of many volunteer judges that visited the school on Tuesday. (Garrett Estrada photo) … [Read more...]

Pancake Supper

St. Bartholomew’s Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper will be March 4 at 209 West 7th St., from 5 to 7 p.m,. They will be offering ham, eggs, pancakes and beverage, all for $5 adults and children are free.   … [Read more...]

Public lands bills must clear final hurdle

By Thomas Mitchell A package of seven Nevada public lands bills — collectively known as the Northern Nevada Land Conservation and Economic Development Act — recently cleared the House Natural Resources Committee on a 29-14 bipartisan vote. The … [Read more...]

Ely Bank of America branch sold to Washington Federal

The Bank of America branch inside Ridley’s in Ely was one of 23 branches in Nev. and Ariz. acquired by Washington Federal Bank. (Garrett Estrada photo)

Ely Times Staff Writer Washington Federal Bank entered into an agreement to purchase 23 Bank of America braches throughout Nevada and Arizona, including the local branch inside Ridley’s grocery store. The transition will affect deposit accounts … [Read more...]

Completed power line dedicated

The Ely Times NV Energy and Great Basin Transmission South officially dedicated the 231-mile long One Nevada Transmission Line Jan. 23, marking the completion of a three-year project that electrically connects NV Energy’s northern and southern … [Read more...]

Art Collector takes show on the road

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By Garrett Estrada Ely Times Staff Writer The Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas will host a selection of art from esteemed collector and Eureka resident Wally Cuchine starting Jan. 11. The exhibit, titled “Wally’s World: The Loneliest Art … [Read more...]

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