About The Fallon Post

A very special thank you to all those who have contributed to our success, we appreciate you more than you know...

Dave Ash

Carol Amos

Carolyn Bake

Marge  Baker

Cassandra Barrett

Mike Berney

Michelle Berney

Patty Bianchi-Wilcox

Ron & Lynn Biggs

Merette Boyle

Anne Brown

Lou Carrica

Skip Carrica

Paul Cavnar

Sue Chambers

Mary Colon

Kathy Cooley

Christa Cooper

Mary Corkill

Jack Davis

Rusty Diaz

Gaylene Drinkut

Doris Dwyer

Ron Duntley

Ray East

Georgia Edgmon

Barbara Evans

Ron Evans

Fallon Elks

James Falk

Gretchen Felte

Diana Ford

Mel Foremaster

Kelly Frost

Brenda Fulham

Range Conservation Foundation

Bernadette Francke

Michael Gallo

Dave Gertson

Tony Guillen

Carl Hagen

Charlotte Hagen

Linda Hammond

Bonnie Hargis

Mark Hauenstein

John Hill

Doreen Hill

Doug Hill

Laura Howard

Nyla Howell

Sylvia Howes

Gary Imelli

Sheree Jensen

Martha Johnson

Jim Johnson

Gaye Johnston

Alan Kalt

Bill Kennedy

Elwood Koenig

Terri Laca

Ronny Lawrence

Pat Lee

Mark Lee

Churchill Library

Carol Lloyd

Kathy Lytle

Phani Manne

Jeslyn MacDiarmid

Sam Males

William Maybury

Bambi  McAfee

Susan McCormick

Ryan McGinness

Sara McGowan

Linda Miller

Jamie Mills

Kathy Minner

Caroline Moore

Churchill Museum

Gary Myles

Maggie Neidigh

Karen Nichols

Theresa Norcutt

Sharon Novak

Pete Olsen

Sue Ortiz

Shirley Parker

Alicia Parsons

Dusty Patty

David Peters

Suzann Peterson

Jo Petteruti

Denice Pinder

Sabra Pine

Deanna Porretta

Diane Prockish

Beth Reese

Skip Reeves

Evie Regan

Kathryn Reynolds

Robert Rhodes

Julie Richards

Judy Selinder

K. Lee Smith

Janice Smith

Siss Smith

Deborah Stewart

David Stix

Donna Strickland

Yvonne Sutherland

Ken Tedford

Joyce Wadsworth

Nate Waite

Diane Wargo

Pat Weaver

Abbi Whitaker

Dale White

Larry Whiteley

Ray Williams

Kathleen Williams-Miller

Janis Wood

Frank Woodliff III




We are here to share all the good news about Fallon and Churchill County -- our residents, local businesses, local governments, and non-profit organizations. The Fallon Post features a community calendar, online business directory, community news, and more. We officially opened our "virtual doors" on January 1, 2019, and have been amazed and humbled at the overwhelming support we have received.

Our long-range goal is to print a daily paper for the community by working diligently to gain your trust and participation. We begin this project as a daily online paper, with the target to print a weekly paper in the summer of 2019.  Our big, scary dream/goal is to add a daily print edition by January 1st, 2020.  We'll see how that develops, but hope if you would like a local, daily paper, that you will support us by submitting information, passing the word about us to your friends and family, and "subscribing" with a contribution here: https://www.thefallonpost.org/support-our-work/

The paper is brought to you by Rachel Dahl and her skeleton crew of  a really small staff, many free-lancers, contributors, and friends. Rachel has served this community for years as a writer and contributor to the Fallon Star Press, a teacher at Western Nevada College and the Churchill County School District, the Executive Director of Churchill Economic Development, and a Fallon City Councilwoman. She recently returned to Fallon after a two-year adventure to Southern Nevada where she had the opportunity to learn first-hand about the rest of our beautiful state and is looking forward to bringing her experience to this important project.

We welcome all submissions, ideas, and comments and look forward to being a part of this amazing community we all call home. Please email us at [email protected] or call 775-750-9482 to visit more about The Fallon Post.





“Just want to say how much I appreciate having a local paper again! You’re doing a fantastic job making your posts well-rounded and informative and available to all. I love all the public notices – I never knew I missed them until I had them to read again.” – Holly M., Fallon


“Thanks aren’t necessary as it is you who should be thanked for creating the Fallon Post, which has become our go to source for our local news and enjoyment.  We look forward to many years of a very fine home grown and home town newspaper, so thank you!  -- John H., Fallon and Arizona


“Thank you for The Fallon Post. I am enjoying your paper. Keep up the good work. – Ellen J., Fallon


“Love it! This is great as have wanted to order paper.” – Beverly F., Fallon


“So proud of you girls! Thank you for re-connecting me with Fallon. Love your page.” Dana S., Idaho


“Thank you Fallon Post for posting obituaries. I have been waiting for years for those to come online in this format.” Dana D., Fallon


“Best of luck on this terrific adventure! Much needed…and hopefully a model for others.” Holly O., Reno