While police departments and school administrators deal with the creepy clown craze, the owner of the famous Clown Motel in Tonopah said business has never been better.
The Tonopah Times-Bonanza won third place for general excellence for community newspapers in the Nevada Press Association’s 2016 Better Newspaper Contest.
Crews are busy off U.S. Highway 95 near Radar Road, constructing two buildings, one of which will include warehouse space for snack-food giant Frito-Lay Inc. as part of the developer’s plans to help grow Tonopah.
Bolstered by community support, efforts continue to bring new life to the former Goldfield High School building, the historic structure in the heart of the Esmeralda County community.
When it comes to fitness, there’s quite a movement underway in the Goldfield community.
Editor’s note: First in a series of stories looking at the Tonopah Town Board election set for Nov. 8. Early voting starts Oct. 22.
As Tonopah considers an annexation that would expand the town’s territory to more than eight times its current size, livestock grazing is a concern in the ranching community.
The finishing touches are being put into place as Tonopah’s old library comes back to life, 16 years after it closed to make room for a modern one next door.
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.
At the most recent Tonopah Town Board meeting, the session started as usual with the Pledge of Allegiance.