Ottesons leading the school’s football team to a three-game winning streak. Here’s what’s ahead.
Officials said Klapper was nominated for the award because of her “passion and commitment to the community.”
Earlier this year, Nye County began to look into the process necessary to sell the Constitution mining claim but once residents of the Belmont area caught wind of the potential sale, they came out in force to oppose it.
Tonopah project pushes ahead despite obstacles to opening
The Tonopah Airport is set to see an all new fuel system following the awarding of a Community Development Block Grant by the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
In 2021, Nye County was awarded a $350,000 Community Development Block Grant to fund the renovation of major parking lots in Tonopah and though it has taken two years, the project is now officially underway.
If you’re only planning on dipping in town for an afternoon, we offer these tips of “must-dos” for Jim Butler Days.
Nye County Sheriff’s deputies say Tanya Breedlove Carter had “made threats” to her neighbor that she was “going to burn down their trailer” and was seen leaving the property on May 11, just minutes before the fire was reported.
Costs for the new elementary school are already $6 million more than initial estimates. Officials are now eyeing a plan that would build most of the school at an off-site manufacturing facility.
This rare toad is found at just one spring-fed wetland complex in Nye County’s Railroad Valley on about 445 acres and is isolated from other toads by miles of arid desert.
The 5-acre facility now includes an information kiosk, two shade structures and an all-weather vault toilet, surrounded by newly compacted gravel to provide parking for off-roaders exploring Nevada’s back country.
The discovery underscores the growth potential for the domestic-energy supply chain, according to Australia-based Ioneer Ltd. officials, who are billing Rhyolite Ridge as the “most advanced undeveloped lithium project” in the U.S.
The book, “Governing on the Ground: The Past, Present, and Future of County Government,” features the voices of 30 county leaders on topics ranging from elections to criminal justice, to housing, illustrating how issues play out at the local level.
Parents, students and teachers at the town’s schools have multiple complaints to share with trustees.
“I don’t feel comfortable making such a vote on a drastic decision … without meeting them myself,” says trustee Chelsy Fischer. Instead, trustees will engage with stakeholders in the Duckwater community next month before reaching a decision to close the facility.