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Numa Elementary Students Learn about Agriculture

The 5th grade students at Numa Elementary learned the importance of agriculture in our community during their visit to the Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair.  Fallon’s 4-H Club and High School FFA students, along with others, taught/ showed them how to tend to farm animals and how our local farmers and ranchers operate daily.        …

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Logos Christian Academy Events

Logos Events September 11:  First Grade Field Trip to Library September 13:  Mid-Quarter Grade Check September 13:  Cowboy Day September 13:  Chapel @ 2:15 with Guest Speaker Andy Allen, Board Member and Parent September 18:  Progress Reports Home September 25: See You At the Pole Event@ 8:15 am September 27:  Chapel @ 2:15 with 7th/8th…

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St. Patrick’s Holiday Raffle

The public is invited to enter a Thanksgiving raffle sponsored by St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with proceeds benefitting the building fund. First prize is a 7.1 cubic inch freezer chest that includes cutup and wrapped beef and pork as well as one large turkey. Winner of the second prize will receive an Apple iPad 6th…

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Local High Schools Sports Schedules

The Churchill County High School and Oasis Academy schedules for the week of September 9th.                         Never miss a local public meeting – sign up for the Friday email and get stories delivered straight to your inbox. www.thefallonpost.org/sign-up   [Total: 0    Average: 0/5]

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School District at Impasse in Contract Negotiations

Updated 9/15/2019 to add bill number and link by Rachel Dahl — The Churchill County School District is currently in negotiations with the three associations representing licensed, classified, and administrative staff throughout the district. Negotiations happen every year and govern the contracts each employee has with the district, whether they are a member of the…

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Book Review — How to Know the Birds

How to Know the Birds — by Ted Floyd a review by Larry Neel — Ted Floyd and I go way back… to our times together in Reno, greater Nevada, and the Partners In Flight West At Large from 1999 to 2002 when he was the Breeding Bird Atlas Coordinator at the nascent Great Basin…

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Nevada GOP Chairman re-elected and Nevada GOP Votes to forgo 2020 Caucuses

By Don Dike-Anukam — On Saturday in Winnemucca, The Nevada Republican Party Central Committee gathered to decide which of three candidates would lead the party as chairman in the coming general election in 2020. Three candidates, incumbent Michael J. McDonald of Las Vegas, Mesquite City Councilwoman Annie Black, and former 4th District Congressional candidate David…

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Senior Focus Group at Pennington Life Center

Join the Nevada Aging and Disability Service Division for a Conversation with Nevadans on Tuesday, September 17th at 1 o’clock p.m. at the William N. Pennington Life Center, 952 S. Maine Street. As Nevada plans for the next State Plan for Aging Services, the ADSD invites community members to join them for a series of…

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Marriages – August 2019

                Marriage licenses issued August 2019 Party 1 (Groom) Age Party 2 (Bride) Age Brandon Hansen West 20 Raynee Alexandria Knight 18 Joshua Michael Rechel 24 Kaycee Lynn Weddell 25 David Scott Artadi 36 Kelsie Ann Masterson 27 Robert Michael Cramer 38 Felicia Lynn Conner 27 Randy Lee…

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Casey Named to State Commission on School Funding

Nevada’s Legislative leaders confirmed their appointments this week to the 11-member Commission on School Funding that will oversee the development of Nevada’s new school funding formula. Fallon’s Dusty Casey was named by Assemblywoman Robin Titus. Casey said, “I am honored and excited to represent rural communities and charter schools on such an important project for…

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