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SCSO Incident Report – June 4 – 11

SCSO Incident Report June 4 - 11

SCSO Incident Report – June 4 – 11 Storey County Deputies had their hands full this week with falling branches, rolling cars and hackers stealing identities. *========================================================================== 00:12 Property Check (Residential/Vacation) June 4th, 2018 0001 Officer initiated activity at Court House, S B St, Virginia City. . Disposition: Property Checks …

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Bring Back The Ferrari Hill Climb

Ferrari Hill Climb

Bring Back The Ferrari Hill Climb   When I was ten years old, a lifelong love affair with fast cars was kindled when Ferarri’s form the 50’s and 60’s roared down the hill by my house in Gold Hill. The first Ferrari Hill Climb took place in 1972 and I …

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VCH Candidate BBQ A Smash Hit!

Laxalt BBQ

VCH Candidate BBQ A Smash Hit! Adam Laxalt showed rural Nevada he doesn’t ignore them as he spent some time in Storey County last weekend. Virginia City Highlands resident and political junkie Breck Greninger held another of her “Meed The Candidate” Laxalt BBQ’s last weekend. Among the guests were Adam …

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Mark Twain Veterans Honored on Memorial Day

Mark Twain Memorial Day Celebration

Mark Twain Veterans Honored on Memorial Day Scores of residents and officials from Storey County attended the Mark Twain Memorial Day Celebration and dedication at Mark Twain. The Ceremony was held at the Mark Twain Community Center at the new Mark Twain Veterans Memorial.   The Event was opened with …

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Storey County C.E.R.T Volunteers Aid Area Seniors

Storey County Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) Volunteers Help Keep Senior Citizen Properties Clean The Storey County C.E.R.T. volunteers and representatives from the Virginia City Eagles Aerie came to the assistance of Storey County Seniors during the annual free dump services provided by Waste Management. Working with Stacy Gilbert of …

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Kayline Gavenda Wins Best Actress at RTIFF

So much yellow

As we reported earlier, two local kids were up for awards at the Reno Tahoe International Film Festival. Virginia City Highlands resident Kayline Gavenda starred with her brother Otto in So Much Yellow, a short film telling the emotional story of the difficult day in a family’s life. The film …

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Free Radon Test Kits For Storey County Residents

January is National Radon Action Month, and University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Radon Education Program is offering free short-term radon test kits to Storey County Residents on February 15th. Radon test kits are available at Cooperative Extension offices and partnering locations, as well as at presentations statewide. Radon is a …

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Lacy J. Dalton Announces Holiday Performance

In what has become somewhat of an annual tradition, Lacy J. Dalton announced she and Dale Poune will once again be performing in Virginia City. The Performance will be held on December 22nd at 8:00 P.M. Dalton, a longtime supporter of Nevada’s Wild Horse population, told The Teller they will …

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