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Donkey basketball returns to Ely
Donkey Basketball returns to Ely next week at the White Pine County High School. The event is scheduled for March 22, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Student teams and school district staff and members from the community have also formed teams. The class of 2020 is putting this event together. . Advance tickets c
Noxious or obnoxious weeds?
A weed is defined as any plant growing in a location where it is not desired, or at an abundance that is not acceptable. Therefore, all weeds are obnoxious simply because they are not desirable and/or not acceptable. The next classification of weeds, which are more problematic, are "invasive weeds."
Landfill will require proof of payment
Effective April 2, things will change when taking your trash to the landfill. The City of Ely Landfill will require proof of a paid-up residential landfill bill in order to deposit residential household and residential construction waste without charge. Many questions arose with this notice so we co
Wisconsin hunters guilty of poaching elk near NV-UT line
ELY, Nev. - Two Wisconsin men who illegally poached a bull elk near the Nevada-Utah line have been sentenced to 10 days in jail and ordered to pay thousands of dollars in fines and penalties. Nevada wildlife officials say Ed Singler of Shiocton, Wisconsin had a valid hunting tag for the area. But th
Democratic candidate for governor discusses rural education
ELKO - A panel of educators from Elko and Lander County joined Democratic candidate for governor Chris Giunchigliani during her rural tour of northern Nevada. As part of Giunchigliani's "Chris in Your Community Rural Tour," the candidate arrived at Great Basin College in Elko March 10, making stops
Ely man sentenced for baby's death
Michael Curtis was sentenced Monday afternoon to life in prison for the second degree murder charge of his 3-month-old son. Curtis sat in the chair next to his attorney, staring at the judge with a blank stare. He will be eligible for parole in 10 years. Curtis has been in custody since he was taken