GOLDFIELD – U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy kicked off his November re-election campaign with stops June 17-18 along the U.S. Highway 95 corridor, visits that included a Tonopah event and what’s described as a historic meet-and-greet in Goldfield.
Still coping with the closure of its hospital nearly a year ago, the Tonopah region got more bad news this week when it comes to emergency medical services.
With school starting Aug. 8 in Tonopah, community members are offering a helping hand to make sure children in need have backpacks full of supplies in addition to new clothing.
A pop-up church is continuing its multi-day Tonopah run, featuring “revival” services starting at 7 nightly, “most likely” through June 12, the organizer said.
At first glance, it’s hard to see why Tonopah would be grouped with large metropolitan cities such as Baltimore, Detroit, New York and New Orleans.
Though the summer recreation season is still weeks away, Tonopah’s Memorial Swimming Pool is buzzing with activity.
Recent changes to keep ambulance service in Tonopah are bringing renewed focus to emergency medical care for the entire region.
At more than 30 pages, Tonopah’s 2016-17 budget plan is in its final phases as the town lays out its spending priorities for the year ahead.
For Alice Fox, the opportunity to get free vision screening and the chance for a new set of eyeglasses is “fantastic and wonderful.”