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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The Churchill County Library events for the month of February.                       Never miss the local news — read more on The Fallon Post home page. If you enjoy The Fallon Post, please support our effort to provide local, independent news and make a contribution today. …

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by Susan Weikel — Steve Manskie (Buddy), the son, and Steve Manskie, the father, started a custom haying business, S & S Custom Haying, because of their frustration with the charges (around $1,000 a cutting) they were paying for work being done on their 7 acres fields. This grievance with pricing drove them to start…

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Mary Jean Sauer passed away January 15, 2020. Mary was born June 25, 1949 in Elko, NV to Alex and Maurine Woolverton. A graduate of Wooster High School, Mary went on to earn a degree of University of Nevada Reno. Mary was a great friend to many, a loyal wife to her husband, and a…

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I’ve heard puns are the lowest form of humor; yet they are my favorites … which says something dreadful about me, I guess. In case you care, my second favorites are “backwords”—words that when spelled backwards yield another recognized word. Take, for instance, the name of the anti-acid product, “TUMS,” or the beer, “STROH’S,” or…

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You’re probably aware this is an election year. During the next several months, the candidates will discuss issues that should greatly interest you as a citizen. But as an investor, how concerned should you be with the results of the presidential and congressional elections? Maybe not as much as you might think. At different times,…

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On January 16, 2020 our Heavenly Father welcomed John Kelly Johnson home. John was born in Los Alamitos, California on July 11, 1972 to Wayne and Shirley Johnson. John had a magnetic personality. He never met a stranger. You couldn’t help but love him and his quirky and unique sense of humor. John was kind,…

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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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