“A tribe is a group of people connected to one another, connected to a leader, and connected to an idea. For millions of years, human beings have been part of one tribe or another. A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way …Read More »
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Mr. Smith (and Mr. Jones) go to Washington. Storey County taxpayers foot the bill.
The Storey County Commissioners and County Manager Pat Whitten sent Commissioner Lance Gilman and County Lobbyist Greg “Bum” Hess to Washington D.C. January 17th – 22nd. The trip to D.C. was authorized so Gilman and Hess could lobby for the zip code bill that died in committee last year. The …Read More »
JiveRadio hosts the Black Lillies on May 12th
Local internet radio sensation JiveRadio welcomes The Black Lillies’ to Pipers Opera House May 12th at 7:30 pm. The Black Lillies’ are one of Americana’s biggest success stories: an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers, armed with songs that blur the boundaries among folk, soul, red dirt country, blues and jazz. For …Read More »
Lockwood: Red Headed Stepchild of Storey County…
According to his personal public relations spokesman Kris Thompson, Commissioner Gilman donates food every other week to the seniors in Lockwood. He continues an annual tradition established by his predecessor Joe Conforte donating turkeys every year at Thanksgiving. Other than the annual Turkeys, residents of Lockwood have little to be …Read More »
Comstock Mining Announces that Google Bought Land at TRIC, Stock Sets New Record.
As reported in Nasdaq’s Global Newswire, Comstock Mining Inc.’s President and CEO Corrado de Gasperis crowed about Lance Gilman’s hard work at nearby TRIC. “Comstock Mining Inc. (“Comstock” or the “Company”) (NYSE MKT:LODE) announced today, and the Wall Street Journal reported recently, that Google purchased 1,210 acres for $29.1 million …Read More »
Brett Black Murder Trial Moves Forward
After just over two and a half days of testimony, Justice of the Peace Eileen Harrington ruled today that there is sufficient evidence to take the case to trial. The case has been bound over and the Arraignment is tentatively set for May 19th at 10:00 at the Storey County …Read More »
Lyon County adopts “Sweeping Changes” to accommodate Comstock Mining Inc.
As reported in Yahoo Finance, Comstock Mining Inc reaps the rewards of the Ouija Board telling it where USA Parkway was going to poke thru and convinces the Lyon County Commissioners to make changes to their master plan. Last time it took only $15,000 per Commissioner to get them to …Read More »
SCSO Incident Report April 17th – 23rd – No Arrests.
We have taken all the incident reports from the beginning of the year and compiled them into what will be a running chart. This chart will show the year to date incidents grouped by county location. The previous posting showed the action on just last week. Moving forward we will …Read More »
Brett Black Preliminary Hearing hits the halfway point.
The hearing to decide if there is enough evidence to move the case to trial hits the halfway point. Testimony today included conversation about Brett Black and extramarital affairs and physics of blood flying and drying. Absent from the evidence and testimony so far is anything that proves bungling the …Read More »
Courthouse Parking Lot Open
After months of waiting and perhaps as much as 700k in the making (will research and report the exact number soon), the parking lot next to the courthouse is now parkable. Nice!Read More »