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Underage Drinking is Not a Rite of Passage – It Is A Crime 

By Editor | May 31, 2019 |

by Heather Marvin, Youth Resource Liaison, Churchill Community Coalition — Generation after generation our country has deemed underage drinking as a “Rite of Passage” on the way to adulthood. What many do not realize is that providing alcohol to minors is a crime. As graduation approaches, many adults may be tempted to host parties for…

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City of Fallon Recognizes Track Athletes

By Editor | May 31, 2019 |

Fallon City Council members and Mayor Ken Tedford acknowledged CCHS track students for their outstanding achievement in track and field during the 2018-2019 school year on Wednesday, May 29th. The 4 x 100 relay team won the state competition recording an impressive time of 43.47 seconds. Colton Peterson, Reid Clyburn, Trevor East, and Johnathon Cisneros…

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CCHS Graduation Friday, May 31st

By Editor | May 31, 2019 |

by Megan Behimer — The number one item on the Fallon calendar for Friday, May 31st is the Churchill County High School graduation ceremony. The Class of 2019 will march proudly down the field to receive their diplomas, achievements will be honored, and a few important farewells will be made. This year CCHS produced 256…

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Fallon Grads Jump Start College Education

By Editor | May 30, 2019 |

                      Oasis Academy and Churchill County High School Students Jump Start College Education by Graduating from WNC — courtesy of WNC Public Relations Western Nevada College’s record-setting Jump Start graduation class included 34 students from the Fallon area. WNC’s Jump Start graduation class totaled 150 students,…

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Mae Haden scholarship recipients

By Editor | May 27, 2019 |

Staff report — The Mae Haden scholarship that is given in honor by the Banner Churchill Community Hospital Auxiliary was recently awarded to three graduating seniors at Churchill County High School. Taylor Ingram will study dermatology, Seidi Lopez plans to study nursing, and Madison Bleu is focused on biochemistry. All three girls are heading to…

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CCHS Panel Discussion

By Editor | May 24, 2019 |

by Leanna Lehman — Graduation is quickly approaching for the 2019 CCHS Seniors. As part of a preparation series for these newly liberated students, eight former CCHS graduates came to speak with seniors in Ms. Monica Fairbanks’ English IV classes on Monday, May 20th. The panel of graduates represented a mix of students in online…

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Virtual Reality makes real-world difference for student with autism

By Editor | May 22, 2019 |

by Teri Vance —  As 18-year-old Logan Evans donned the virtual reality headset in the library of Churchill County High School, his speech pathologist, Justin Worthy, asked him a string of questions. “Do you know what world you’re going into?” “Yes.” “Can you read it to me?” “White Winter.” On the surface, it may seem…

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Bubble Mural created by Kaitlin Castañeda and Savanna Regli

By Editor | May 22, 2019 |

by Jaime Shafer —  In the fall of 2018, art teacher Jaime Shafer, approached freshmen students Kaitlin Castañeda and Savanna Regli about the possibility of creating a mural outside of the art room in the Vocational Building. Kaitlin and Savanna were excited about the possibility and spent some time over the winter break creating sketches.…

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CCHS CTE & Art Show

By Editor | May 21, 2019 |

by Leanna Lehman — Churchill County High School students and teachers hosted their Career and Technical Education, CTE, event along with their annual Art Show Tuesday, May 15th. Student work was showcased various mediums of artwork including ceramics, clay pottery, watercolors, acrylics, and more. Art instructor, Jaime Shafer, displayed works from students in grades 9-12,…

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Tom Fleming Retires from Teaching

By Editor | May 17, 2019 |

Music Education in Fallon Will Never be the Same by Rachel Dahl — Last week Tom Fleming put out a call to friends and family inviting them to attend his last Annual Pit concert at the old high school, and they came in droves. Fleming retires this year after a 32-year run at teaching. In…

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