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Edith on the Red Yucca

​ by Edith Isidoro-Mills —  There it was! That plant that I have seen growing in many xeric gardens around the Southwest and this particular plant was growing in Fallon, Nevada.  The plant I was so excited to see is Red Yucca, Hesperaloe parvifolia.  I found it growing in planters at the Fallon campus of…

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Book Review — The Last Book Party

The Last Book Party by Karen Dukess It is 1987 and aspiring writer Eve Rosen is languishing in an unexciting assistant job for a New York publisher. She’s not really writing but she talks about it a lot. She also falls under the shadow of her brilliant mathematical brother. She’s sort of stuck. An invitation…

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Economist gives report on Nevada business climate

by Rachel Dahl — Nevada State Bank hosted their President’s Roundtable luncheon recently in Reno, with several members of the Fallon community in attendance.  President of the bank, Terry Shirey welcomed Jeremy Aguero, a principal with Applied Analysis and a member of the bank’s Advisory Board, to make a presentation on the state of the…

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Obituary — James Lee Chambers

James Lee Chambers passed away at his residence in Fallon on July 4, 2019 after a long battle with ALS. Jim was born June 30, 1962 in Denver, Colorado to Charles and Barbara Sherman. He has lived in Fallon for 28 years. He had worked at Fallon Naval Air Station as a aviation technician. He…

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City Council elects Frost Mayor Pro Tem

By Leanna Lehman —  Tuesday July 9th, the Fallon City Council convened to elect a new Mayor Pro Tem. In years past, Councilman Bob Erickson served as Mayor Ken Tedford’s second in the instance of his absence or an inability to execute his duties of office. Uniquely, Mayor Tedford also served as Mayor Pro Tem…

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Life Events Can Lead You to See a Financial Advisor

Over the years, you’ll experience many personal and professional milestones. Each of these can be satisfying, but they may also bring challenges – especially financial ones. That’s why you may want to seek the guidance of a financial professional. Here are some of the key life events you may encounter, along with the help a…

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General Labor

Manpower LLC is taking applications for a general laborer to work in a non-profit thrift store in Fallon. Pay is $10.50 per hour, four days a week, avg. 5.5 to 6 hours per day. Duties include assisting with preparing the store for opening and closing by sweeping, vacuuming, checking garbage cans and moving items in…

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Marriages — June 2019

              Date Party 1 (or Groom) Age Party 2 (or Bride) Age           6/03 David Christopher Martinez 60 Theresa Holly Keller 47 6/03 David Frank Gertson 61 Rachel Dahl 49 6/05 Craig Raymond Rexford 55 Sharon Annette McNaughton 56 6/05 Michael James Calvert 41 Cheryl…

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Arrests — through July 7th

                    Warrant bookings     Name Agency Court       Rodney Overton Fallon PD Taos Magistrate Amber Garcia Fallon PD Taos Magistrate Charles Ramage Fallon PD 10th District Latricia Dean Churchill SO Fallon Municipal Ricardo Herrera Fallon PD New River Justice Christopher Carter Churchill SO New…

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