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Blood Drive Tuesday the 12th at CCHS Library

By The Publisher | February 7, 2019 |

The Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) will be hosting a blood drive at the Churchill County High School next week.  Join Elaine Adams, HOSA Advisor, and her students on Tuesday, February 12th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the CCHS Library.  Everyone who donates blood gets a fee Silver & Blue Nevada t-shirt. …

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Local Students Perform with Reno Phil

By The Publisher | February 3, 2019 |

By Scott Winter, CCHS Principal On January 7, Churchill County High School orchestra students Jazmyne Bullock and Shailynn Winter, along with other members from surrounding communities, performed with the Reno Philharmonic as part of the Reno Phil’s 50th Anniversary. Community members spent four hours rehearsing in sections with members of the Phil to prepare for…

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City Promotes “White Out” for Elko Games

By The Publisher | January 30, 2019 |

By Rachel Dahl —  The Fallon Greenwave basketball teams face Elko this Friday, and the City of Fallon is encouraging the entire community to attend and watch their games. Mayor Tedford is giving away 700 white Greenwave t-shirts at City Hall this week and anyone wearing one at the games Friday will get a free…

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Ashby Trotter Wins State Essay Contest

By The Publisher | January 29, 2019 |

By Rachel Dahl — The recent winner of VFW Post 1002 “Voice of Democracy” essay contest, Ashby Trotter, attended the state VFW meeting recently where she won the statewide competition, bringing home a $1,500 scholarship. Traveling to Mesquite, Nevada to compete in the state contest, Trotter went up against five other contestants.  Those five contestants…

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Why My Vote Matters

By The Publisher | January 27, 2019 |

Ashby Trotter was the winner of the VFW Post 1002 “Voice of Democracy” essay contest this year — this is her essay submission for the theme “Why My Vote Matters.” By Ashby B. Trotter —   Every action has a reaction. A theory coined as “the butterfly effect” posits that a miniscule action can result…

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VFW Post 1002 Presents Awards at CCHS

By The Publisher | January 19, 2019 |

Ashby Trotter Will Compete Today in Mesquite in the Regional “Voice of Democracy” Contest By Rachel Dahl — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1002 representative Mike Terry presented two awards on Thursday, January 17th at Churchill County High School, giving Keith Lund the 2018 Teacher Award, and Ashby Trotter the Voice of Democracy essay contest…

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