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Chief Technical Officer, Revenue Analyst, Administrative Assistant
CC Communications a telecommunications/broadband company in Fallon, NV is seeking job applications for the following exempt positions. Chief Technical Officer Revenue Analyst Administrative Assistant Interested candidates may visit our website for qualifications and benefits at www.cccomm.net. Salar
Public input needed on possible Fallon Naval Range expansion
FALLON, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — The Navy is holding seven public meetings this week (Dec. 10th- 13th) to provide information and get feedback on a possible expansion for theFallon Range Training Complex.
Sisolak: Nevada will join others to oppose judge’s ACA ruling
Governor-elect Steve Sisolak and Attorney General-elect Aaron Ford announced Saturday that they plan to join other states in opposing a Texas federal judge’s ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.
Recall attempt spurs renewed calls to change laws in Nevada
Nevada’s laws governing the recall of public officials, state Democratic leaders say, are broken. That’s something Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka is feeling after learning he’s the target of the latest recall …
Mineral County Commission Meeting Highlights
Mineral County Board of County Commissioner highlights from Nov. 15 and 21. Clerk Chris Nepper discussed the canvassing of the Mineral County General Election which was held on Nov. 6. The commissioners approved.
Lyon sheriff asks for help finding missing 11-year-old Fernley boy
FERNLEY, Nev. (KOLO)-- The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office asks for the public’s help finding an 11-year-old from Fernley reported missing. Matthew K. Rodenbaugh was last seen Wednesday around noon.
Thousands attend Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery to lay wreaths
FERNLEY, Nev. (KOLO) - It was a morning of appreciation and gratitude. Nearly 2000 people showed up to lay wreaths. Organizers say this has been the biggest turnout. Over 1,800 cemeteries nationwide participate in the event.
Charter Spectrum cable TV outage affecting customers from Carson City to Silver Springs
Charter Spectrum customers in Carson City, Douglas County, Dayton and Silver Springs areas are experiencing an outage of television service Tuesday morning. The cable TV and internet provider notes in a phone message that customers are experiencing a video service outage, it is being addressed, ther
Lyon County Sheriff's searches for missing 11-year-old boy
FERNLEY, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — The Lyon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating 11-year-old Matthew K. Rodenbaugh of Fernley, Nevada. Matthew was last seen at noon on December 12 and has not been seen or heard from since.
LCSO Needs Help Finding Missing Fernley Boy
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office says they need help finding a missing boy out of Fernley. They said 11-year-old Matthew Rodenbaugh was last seen at noon on Wednesday. He was seen wearing a red zip-up hoodie, sweats and black sneakers.
Fernley house a total loss after fire; no one hurt
FERNLEY, Nev. (KOLO) - No cause has been determined for a fire that destroyed a vacant house Thursday night, according to North Lyon Fire District Chief Scott Huntley. Flames were reported at the house about 11PM December 6, 2018 on Country Drive in Fernley. No injuries were reported and the fire di
Medical Outreach Clinic Coming to Silver Springs
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine’s Student Outreach Clinics are going to be taking patients soon in Silver Springs. The services are open to anyone who’s uninsured and in need of health care services. They’re offering a rural outreach influenza vaccination clinic that will offer 100
Five Fun Things to Do in Nevada
Las Vegas, daily 9 a.m. through Dec. 15, 3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas. It’s a perfect complement to the National Finals Rodeo activities all week long! Hundreds of vendors with the latest unique gifts for family and friends are on display during Cowboy Christmas.Free admission. Website: www.nfrexperi
50 Nevada inmates get a chance to share ‘Christmas’ with family
Their living room smelled exactly how Christmas morning should. A fir tree adorned with tinsel and lights towered over the inmate, Jerod Beck, and his 5-year-old daughter, Savanna, as they cuddled on the couch Thursday evening, gifts under the tree waiting to be unwrapped.
Financial Horizons invites community to ‘Pay it Forward’
Financial Horizons Credit Union invites the community to participate in its Pennies Count Pay it Forward challenge by completing random acts of kindness for local nonprofit organizations or individuals in need of assistance.
Commissioners take action on ordinance changes
The Churchill County Commission met Friday to discuss or take action on the following agenda items:. A public hearing and approval were conducted for Bill No. 2018-F, Ordinance 7, that is amending the provisions of Title 3 of the Churchill County Code that involves vacation, sick leave and Chapter 3
While small dairy farms shut down, this mega-dairy is shipping milk to China
In 2006, Stephanie Doane moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to a small, rural community in the high desert of Nevada. Smith Valley seemed like perfect place for the photographer to write and capture beauty with her lens and then later retire. An untamed river winds through the valley, carpeted wi
Carson High wrestling solid at Fallon
The Carson High wrestling team had a solid showing at the Fallon Duals over the weekend, finishing with a 5-3 record. Carson beat Fallon, 53-30, Truckee, 57-18, Elko's B team, 54-24, Tonopah, 48-24, and Spanish Springs' B team, 54-18. CHS lost to Elko, 42-32, Reno, 42-36, and Lowry, 42-36.
Fernley, Fallon, Elko and beyond: Northern NV communities feeling ripple effects of booming Reno-Sparks, TRIC
FERNLEY, Nev. — Thanks to its booming and diversifying economy, Reno-Sparks has seen a steady stream of companies and people flood into the region over the past five years.
Commissioners take action on a number of agenda items
The Churchill County Commission held its second meeting of November last week. Naval Air Station Fallon notified commissioners that the draft environmental impact statement to assess potential environmental impacts to the proposed modernization of the Fallon Range Training Complex has been prepared.