by Rachel Dahl — The Churchill County School Board of Trustees met January 8th in a regular meeting where Kim Beeghly, representing the Quarterback Club made public comment to thank the board of trustees and several businesses for the new snack bar at the football field which she called a “first-class facility.” Instrumental in coordinating…

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New Hometown Store Offers Jobs & Brands You’ll Love – Your local Bealls Department Stores are Converting to Gordmans Off-Price Stores #GotItAtGordmans means you can get a great new job and your favorite brands at your hometown’s newest store, Gordmans. The apparel and home décor retailer is now hiring at two new store locations in…

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For the second straight Fall semester, more than 370 students at Western Nevada College made the Dean’s List. After 373 students made the Dean’s List last fall, that total was topped by 380 students who qualified for the honor for the recently concluded fall semester. To earn the distinction of making WNC’s Dean’s List, students…

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  by Susan Weikel — The Churchill County Planning Commission met in a regular meeting on January 8, 2020. In old business the commission approved a renewal of the temporary use permit for Rick Johnson at 4150 Margoree Lane for temporary quarters during the construction of his home. Commissioners also approved a three-month renewal of…

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  All information for the arrest log comes from the arrest reports supplied by the New River Township Justice Court and is considered by law to be public information. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.         Name Agency Court/Charges       Warrant Bookings    …

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Information courtesy of NAS Fallon — Zip Upham, PAO The U.S. Navy has prepared a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to assess the potential environmental impacts of the proposed modernization of the Fallon Range Training Complex (FRTC), located in northern Nevada. Modernization would include the renewal of the Navy’s current public land withdrawal, land range…

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Public Meetings – Week of January 13th               Monday – January 13th   County Commission – Departmental Tours 8:30 a.m. at 155 N. Taylor Street Schedule here: https://bit.ly/2QMULFt     Tuesday – January 14th   Parks and Recreation Commission 7:00 p.m. at 155 N. Taylor Street Agenda here: https://bit.ly/2QOmdmi…

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by Rachel Dahl — Representatives from the Insurance Service Office presented Mayor Ken Tedford with the ISO Public Protection Classification Summary Report, last week for the Fallon Churchill Volunteer Fire Department. The department was awarded an ISO rating of Class 1. ISO looks at the quality of public fire protection and a Class 1 distinction…

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by Susan Weikel —  After five years of hard work and dedication, Frey Distillery has met their goal of releasing locally produced bourbon. It is 51% or more corn, distilled to no more than 160 proof, didn’t go into the barrels at more than 125 proof, has aged in a new American oak barrel, and…

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by Susan Weikel — Davy Stix was already partners with Tommie and Nora Lee, owners of Fallon Livestock, LLC in a trailer business, so when things didn’t work out with the previous owners of the restaurant inside the stockyard of Trento Lane, Tommie and Nora approached Stix about taking over the restaurant. “And so I did.…

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