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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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Divorces — August

                TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Divorce / Annulment Monthly Report 8/1/2019 – 8/31/2019   Involved Parties Disposition Date   Abulyan, Andrey  v  Khodagholian, Kristineh Decree of Annulment 8/12/2019   Adame, Rafael Salas  v  Saldivar, Bianca Danielle Decree of Divorce 8/19/2019   Anderson, Ian James  v  Anderson, Ashlee M.…

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In memory of Dr. James Hockenberry

Courtesy of Dr. Tim Hockenberry —  Our Dad passed away on 8/21/2019. He had been ill for several months, and he passed peacefully at home. Heidi got him up, helped him to his favorite chair with a cup of coffee, and he drifted quietly off to sleep. Dad was never too comfortable with drama, and…

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Local High School Sport Schedules Week of August 26th

                                          Never miss a meeting or community event – keep an eye on the community calendar at https://www.thefallonpost.org/events/ If you like what we’re doing, please support our effort to provide local, independent news and contribute…

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Speaking with Confidence

By Suzann Gilliland Peterson —  Do you ever feel that you’re left out of a conversation?  Do you think you have nothing to contribute?  Have you forgotten the text of your presentation?  Welcome to my world!  Or, I should say, my world of the past. Five years ago I joined Oasis Toastmasters here in Fallon to…

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Local Developer and Fallon Native Building New Enclave Neighborhood

Courtesy Beth Copsey — Jenuane Communities As the real estate boom in northern Nevada continues, the 89406 zip code is getting its fair share of new permits for development. In fact, pre-construction planning in Churchill County is at an all-time record high. Favorable interest rates and competitive pricing are also providing a buyer’s market boost.…

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CCHS receives big grants — has big plans

  With information courtesy of ChurchillCSD —  Churchill County High School is looking to amazing things in the 2019-2020 school year. We recently were awarded two competitive grants (one state CTE and one Federal Perkins grant) along with our grants that are allocated out to us by the state and federal government. We have been…

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Help the Senior Center with AmazonSmile

Why not make the Coalition for Senior Citizens your charitable choice for donations from your Amazon shopping? It’s easy to do and much appreciated by the seniors in our community. Amazon donates .5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know;…

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Oasis Academy awards milestones

Last year, the Oasis Academy Board of Directors, passed the Oasis Academy Strategic Pay scale. As part of the model, ALL employees get a 10% incentive check at the beginning of their sixth, eleventh, sixteenth, and twenty-first year of service. This year we were excited to award Nicole Hyde, Amy O’Flaherty, Susan Richards, and Anne…

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Empowering Parents – Help from Juvenile Probation

By Leanna Lehman —  Very few parenting stages are as challenging as the teen years. When children leave behind their Barbies and Legos for cell phones, SnapChat, and “hanging out,” parents are often blindsided by the radical changes that occur. What then, could prove even more difficult? Going through this transition with a strong-willed child…

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