New Businesses


Local Father and Son Open a Custom Haying Business

By The Publisher | January 22, 2020 |

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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New Owner for Longtime Diner at Stockyard

By The Publisher | January 12, 2020 |

by Susan Weikel — Davy Stix was already partners with Tommie and Nora Lee, owners of Fallon Livestock, LLC in a trailer business, so when things didn’t work out with the previous owners of the restaurant inside the stockyard of Trento Lane, Tommie and Nora approached Stix about taking over the restaurant. “And so I did.…

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New Business Feature – Maine Stroke

By The Publisher | December 4, 2019 |

Thinking you’re tired of trying to keep a straight line on that eyeliner? Well, a mother and daughter team have opened a permanent makeup and more business here in Fallon that just may have answers for you. Arianna and Melissa Maine can be found at 40 E. Center in Suite 3. They offer services of…

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New Business – The Grid

By Editor | November 26, 2019 |

By Susan Weikel —  Initially Tiffany and Paul Picotte had planned to start their own small brew pub, but things didn’t work out. One evening while Paul was looking on Craig’s List, he found a listing for Sandwinds. Last January, they went and spoke with Larry Miller, the owner at the time, and on Oct.…

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New Business – Life’s Little Treats

By The Publisher | November 16, 2019 |

by Susan Weikel — If you’re looking for another option for those on your gift list and want to browse through unique homemade gifts and reasonably priced jewelry, you need to check out Life’s Little Treats at 40 E. Center St. Suite 4 in Fallon, Nevada. “It’s a wonderful place to shop because I try…

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New Business Feature – Let Us Charm You

By The Publisher | November 7, 2019 |

by Susan Weikel — When you have a hobby that you greatly enjoy and it takes over your life, but you’re tired of doing the craft shows, it is time to start at business. And, that is what Annette Whayn-haling did when she decided to move from Reno to Fallon two years ago. Annette has…

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Business Feature – Cranberry Cottage

By The Publisher | October 28, 2019 |

by Susan Weikel —  Local resident, Pam Yost, started her homebased business in 2010. She was doing a great deal of furniture painting, fine art, upcycling, and working with primitives. The business did well locally and also sold a fair amount online, so Pam decided she would like to see what it would be like…

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