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‘Here we go’: Tonopah coach gets ready for next year

TONOPAH — A retired Nye County Sheriff’s sergeant who traveled the nation has parked his RV in Tonopah once again to coach the Muckers baseball team.

Sportsman’s Quest: The Story Teller

The time of hunting and fishing conventions has come to an end and the hunting guides-outfitters have returned home to prepare for another season. I’m left with my head full of new stories and my sides still aching from laughing at the crazy tales and humorous, if sometimes dangerous, adventures we’ve shared at vendor booths, in the hallways, hotel rooms and yes, while sipping a beverage in the local “watering holes.”

Nye County delays impact fee increases

Hikes to Nye County’s impact fees were set to go into effect this month but officials have authorized a temporary stay on the increases, which now have an effective date of Aug. 13.

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Jennings returns as head coach

TONOPAH – Not only is the new head volleyball coach not that new, but she is a former Mucker to boot.

Jacobs: Tonopah embraces youth soccer program

When a Tonopah couple and their kids moved to town from upstate New York about 18 months ago, they found the community had no youth soccer program. So they decided to start one. It’s a huge success as its second year gets going.

Football: Muckers rout Sierra Lutheran, off this week

Senior quarterback Tanner Otteson rushed for 112 yards, threw for 138 yards, scoring three touchdowns to lead the Muckers past Sierra Lutheran 62-13 on Friday.

Tonopah community reunion brings back memories

For those looking to catch up with people from Tonopah’s past, Jim Butler Park was the place to be Aug. 27.

Solar plant outside Tonopah to increase annual output

After less than a year of operation, Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Facility in Tonopah plans to increase its annual output of megawatt-hours.

Finances: Nye ambulance ‘literally running on vapors’

Editor’s note: This is part of a continuing series of stories in the Tonopah Times-Bonanza &Goldfield News, looking at challenges facing rural medicine in the region with the closure last year of Tonopah’s hospital.

Do Tonopah residents want an ambulance?

Editor’s note: This is part of a continuing series of stories in the Tonopah Times-Bonanza & Goldfield News, looking at challenges facing rural medicine in the region with the closure last year of Tonopah’s hospital.

Gamble pays off at Goldfield land auction

Aldo Mazzella had been eyeing a particular home to possibly buy in Goldfield.