Make 2020 about improving your education and your employment skills by registering today to become part of Western Nevada College’s Adult College Career Education and Literacy program. ACCEL helps individuals: • Prepare for the GED or Hi-SET exams • Prepare for college-level work • Build employability and career skills • Learn to speak, read and…

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information courtesy Churchill County School District —  The Churchill County School District, along with Churchill Economic Development Authority, Western Nevada Colleg, and Job Opportunities in Nevada will present the LifeReady Expo for middle school students on Tuesday, March 3rd from 10:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30…

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submitted courtesy Churchill County Democrats —  Churchill County Democrats met on January 9 to hear more about planning and training for the 2020 Nevada Democratic Presidential Caucus. Volunteers are still needed to help with early voting, Feb. 15-18 at the Old Post Office, and the caucus itself on Feb. 22.  Anyone interested in volunteering to…

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  Public meetings for the week of January 20th             City Council January 21st, 9:00 a.m. 55 W. Williams Ave. https://bit.ly/379KaKD   Convention and Tourism Authority January 21st, 3:30 p.m. 55 W. Williams Ave. https://bit.ly/37aCMi8   Youth Working Committee January 22nd, 8:30 a.m. 155 N. Taylor Street, #102 https://bit.ly/3av0pUP  …

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Want to help us with the 2020 Census ? $16.00 to $17.50/ Hr Paid training -Fun people -I’m available at the Fernley Senior Center, 1170 W Newlands Drive every Monday -11Am -to 1 pm in the computer room to ask questions and assist filling out the on-line application – Richard 2020 Census Recruiter [Total: 0…

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First, an apology: As I assay this essay, I see it being serious, not humorous. Its waggish title, therefore, is misleading … but I enjoyed the pun. Second, a confession: I’m no expert regarding words; so don’t expect scholarly “eptitude.” Fortunately, my singular lack of notoriety means there’s no chance I’ll corrupt the youth of…

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As a business owner, you’re always thinking of what you need to do now. But you can’t forget about the future – yours and that of your business. So it may be a good idea to consider your personal retirement plan and business succession strategy. Let’s start by looking at a few retirement plan possibilities:…

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by Rachel Dahl —  Judge Tom Stockard filed for reelection to the Tenth Judicial District Court seat on Monday, January 6th, when filing for judicial seats opened. In July he will complete eight years of service, completing the last two years of the term vacated by Judge David Huff when he passed away in 2012.…

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On Saturday, January 4, 2020, at approximately 5:49 AM, NHP Troopers were dispatched to a serious injury crash involving two vehicles at US-50 and Churchill County mile marker 13, near Trento Lane, in Fallon. Preliminary investigation shows a white 2008 Ford F450 pickup carrying a sleeper camper and towing a utility trailer laden with a…

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DeMar Artemus Brigham died on Monday, January 6, 2020 in Fallon, Nevada. DeMar was born in Austin, Nevada on February 25th, 1969 on Main Street in the backseat of a car. DeMar attended school in Gabbs, Nevada. After graduating from high school, DeMarmoved to Pocatello, Idaho to raise his family. In Pocatello, DeMar worked as…

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