Posts by The Publisher

Arrests/Bookings through September 8th

Arrests and bookings through September 8th, 2019. 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    …

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High School Rodeo Results from Spanish Springs

Results for the Fallon High School rodeo club from Spanish Springs — August 24 & 25:   High School Breakaway Roping Chloe Lambert 8th on Saturday 6th on Sunday 5th in Average Jayden Jensen 3rd on Saturday NT Sunday 3rd in Average Tylie Norcutt 6th on Saturday NT on Sunday   HS Goat Tying Bethie…

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Logos Students Learn about Compassion

Submitted by Pam Duarte, Headmaster — Logos Christian Academy middle school students traveled to Carson City last Friday, September 6th, to experience an event called “Compassion Journey”.   This event, sponsored by Compassion International connects visitors to some of the realities faced by children growing up in extreme poverty.  Students had an opportunity to step…

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Obituary – Edward Gleason

Edward Gleason, born October 24, 1938, and passed away September 8, 2019. He was born in Boston, one of four siblings. Ed joined the US Air Force, and is a Vietnam veteran. Ed served his country for over 20 years, working all over the world. Ed met and married Linda O’Leary Gleason, who was a Nevada…

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Obituary – Gwen Renee Nix

Gwen Renee Nix, 54, passed away peacefully on September 10, 2019. Gwen was born in Pennsylvania November 24, 1964 to Roland and Maryann Proctor. Our beloved Gwen —  “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” PS 116:15 “Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth… And I…

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Work Begins Next Week on North End of Lattin Road

Expect delays, detours and times of restricted access to driveways — courtesy of Churchill County Public Information Officer As Churchill County continues its wastewater consolidation project on Lattin Road, the work moves to the northern end of the road next week as A&K Earthmovers begins to lay sewer pipe under the road. As such, there…

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NCET Hosts its 14th Annual Small Business Expo

Develop, Grow, and Prosper: Learning the Tricks and Trade of Small Businesses Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) is hosting its 14th annual Small Business Expo on Friday, Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Mt. Rose Ballroom at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. The NCET Small Business Expo is Northern Nevada’s largest and oldest…

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Public Input Sought as Churchill County Begins Master Plan Update Process

Monthly meetings held over next year to gather ideas, comments — courtesy of Churchill County PIO Every five years, Churchill County reviews its master plan and seeks public input on the plan’s various chapters as part of the updating process. The current plan, adopted in 2015, is currently in the review process and monthly meetings…

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Book Review — An American Memoir

Heavy: An American Memoir by Kiese Laymon Laymon details what it means to be black in America.   From being raised in Jackson, Mississippi we follow his path to college professor in New York. He doesn’t shy away from his difficult relationship with his brilliant mother, sexual violence, getting kicked out of college, gambling issues, and…

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What Can a Financial Advisor Do for You?

What does investing mean to you? If the word makes you think of transactions – buying or selling stocks and bonds – you’re looking at just part of the picture. To work toward all your goals, such as a comfortable retirement, you need a comprehensive financial strategy. And for that, you might need to work…

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