The University of Nevada Reno (UNR) Extension and Tonopah High School partnered to host a Career Day at Tonopah High School on Thursday, April 7. Employers and colleges around the county and state were represented by 75 professionals at 28 tables.
Foundation for Recovery provides mental health and substance abuse services to any adult age 18 and older in Nevada.
It will expand the company’s Tonopah Flats Lithium Exploration Project in Big Smoky Valley, to a total of approximately 10,340 acres,.
Range would bring opportunities, town manager says
The consideration comes after Reno-based Renown Health moved out of town and was replaced by Las Vegas-based Central Nevada Regional Care at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. The current facility is not up to codes.
Tonopah will create a centralized learning campus for pre-k through 12-grade students by constructing a new elementary on 5.5 acres near the town’s high school.
Severe drought has contributed to problems with food and water supplies for the horses, and land management officials say the range can’t support them.
The project aims to test two silver-gold concepts associated with parts of Tonopah Caldera and the lithium potential within parts of Siebert Formation.
From a small town in central Oregon to a farm in central Nevada, this three-sport Tonopah athlete is making the best of everything she can.
Excessive heat warnings were in effect again last week for Nye and Esmeralda counties, along with much of the Southwest.
Senior Colton Alstatt recorded team-highs of 16 points and 10 rebounds Saturday as the Round Mountain High School basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a dominating 57-24 win over host Carlin in the WREC Tournament.
An annual Christmas tree competition will kick off the holiday season in Tonopah, the Festival of Trees.
Tonopah’s Silver Top, one of the main historic fixtures in town, recently received a makeover after an engineering report deemed it to be “in danger of collapse” a few years ago.
Anna Berg does not like to lose any more than other coaches, but it was hard to find bad things to say about her Round Mountain High School volleyball team Saturday after the Knights were eliminated from the Region I Tournament by Smith Valley.
Viva Gold Corp., a Vancouver, Canada-headquartered company, received approval to drill 20 holes at the Tonopah gold project, according to the news release that was put out by the company.