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Community Update from Jay Carmona Highlands HOA President

Greetings, First, Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms in Our community! Second, I had the opportunity to attend the Mother’s Day Breakfast in Lockwood this morning and it was a great event. The Mother’s Day Breakfast is hosted by Sheriff Antinoro and a local organization called “We Care”. This event …

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SCSO Incident Log May 1st – May 7th

*================================================= 01:05 Medical Call May 1st, 2017 0002 Occurred on N Main, Gold Hill. Diff breathing/10yom /does have asthma. . Disposition: Assist Fire Department (Case # ? ). *================================================= 01:13 Property Check (Residential/Vacation) May 1st, 2017 0003 Officer initiated activity at Food Bank, Italy Dr, Mccarran. . Disposition: Property Checks …

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Arrest Log May 1-May 7

The Storey County Sheriff’s Office released the names and pictures of four individuals arrested in Storey County during the week of May first through May 7th. Reckless Driving, Domestic Violence and outstanding warrants.               If you want to find out what happened last week …

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History Is on the Side of Tax Cuts

Donald Trump is proving he has a mild grasp oft the economy killing nature of confiscatory tax rates. He cut taxes last week but raised taxes er… tariffs on Canadian Lumber killing 8600 jobs and slowing the American housing market. Ronald Reagan learned from his first hand experience. Tax and …

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The Judy Black Case – Exploitation Is Not Good

exploitation |ˌekˌsploiˈtāSH(ə)n| noun 1 the action or fact of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work: the exploitation of migrant workers. 2 the action of making use of and benefiting from resources: the Bronze Age saw exploitation of gold deposits. 3 the fact of making use of a situation to gain unfair advantage for …

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Mothers Day Breakfast on Saturday in Lockwood

The SCSO and WeCare are sponsoring a Mothers Day Breakfast in Lockwood at the Community Center on Saturday May 13th. The event starts at 8:00 am and runs through 11:00 am. Resident are encouraged to bring Mothers and their appetites and enjoy a meal personally prepared by Chef Antinoro.  

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Commissioners Meeting May 2nd – Deja vu all over again

This recap of the Storey County Commissioner Meeting is from Nicole Barde of  bardeblog.com. Looks like Mike “Mission Critical” Nevin presence is so essential to county governance that he can’t be allowed to retire. He just signed a no bid contract that nets him $4500.00 a month. Um… Jason Van …

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SCSO Incident Report

SCSO’s Incident Report April 24th – April 30th. Grand Prix in town

This week’s Incident report has Virginia City nearly catching TRIC with all the motorcycles zooming around this weekend. Lots of hard work for the hard working deputies. Thanks to The Storey County Sheirff’s Office for keeping the peace this week.   *============================= 04:42 Medical Call April 24th, 20170002 Occurred at …

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Empolyment Opportunity at the Storey County Recorders Office

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Storey County Intermittent Part-Time Administrative Assistant I (Less-than part-time)   Class Title:                 Administrative Assistant I Department:              Recorder Grade:                        110 Step:                           1 of 10 at first year Status:                        Less-than part-time (<1,039 hrs./yr.) Wages:                        $17.43/hr. Benefits:                     None, except as required by federal law FLSA Status:             Non-Exempt *Note:                         Position …

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Silver City Arts Group presents Larry Kotik

SILVER CITY, Nev. — The Silver City Arts group announces its exhibition featuring the work of Larry Kotik in his first one person show. The group will host a reception on Saturday, May 6th at the Silver City School House, 385 High Street, from 1 to 4 p.m. Light refreshments …

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