Ioneer’s Rhyolite Ridge Mine has been stalled in permitting because it is likely to cause the extinction of Tiehm’s buckwheat, a rare wildflower which grows on just 10 acres of lithium-rich soils in Esmeralda County.
Westercon has been held everywhere from Seattle to Los Angeles, but tiny Tonopah won the bid to host its 74th meeting at the Tonopah Convention Center after organizers selected the Nye County town over Phoenix, Ariz.
Stops in Nye and Esmeralda counties on Tuesday included talks with local officials and business owners.
The fun includes a parade, watermelon-eating contest, fireworks and more
Stash Fine Cannabis Co. aims to bring a ‘fun, retro cannabis experience’ to the most popular stop between Vegas-Reno.
The Times-Bonanza caught up with some of the graduating seniors from the Tonopah High Class of 2022 to talk about their high school memories, experiences during the pandemic and future plans. Here are excerpts from those interviews.
After qualifying as an individual golfer at the 2A Southern Regional tournament last week, Otteson was the only representative for the Muckers.
The Tonopah High School softball team has qualified for the Nevada 1A softball state tournament after their huge performances in the regional tournament last week.
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
Jessica Callaway is member of Tonopah’s varsity volleyball, varsity basketball and varsity softball teams.
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.