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Gilman v. Toll Nears Conclusion

Gilman v. Toll

Bottom of the 9th for Gilman v. Toll On March 19th, Judge James Wilson issued an “Order After Remand” in the Gilman v. Toll defamation case. In his order (which you can find below this article), Wilson considers the case based on the Supreme Court decision issued on December 5th. …

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Storey County Businesses Impacted By Orders to Close

Local Businesses Impacted

The Impact of Covid-19: Storey County Businesses Impacted Negatively Editors Note: This article was updated on March 19th. The update is listed at the bottom of the article. Storey County Commissioners declared a State of Emergency on March 17th, 2020 in response to the Covid-19 Virus that is gripping the …

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William Lee Collier Arrested For Open Murder

William Lee Collier Arrested For Open Murder

Storey County’s first homicide since 2008* occurs in Virginia City Highlands Storey County Sheriff Deputies and paramedics responded to a 911 call on Saddleback Drive in the Virginia City Highlands on January 26th. Upon arrival, they discovered Janice McElhaney unconscious and bleeding. Paramedics immediately dispatched Life Flight and transported Janice …

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Fake News vs. Fake News Makers – The Saga Continues

Fake News vs. Fake News Makers

County officials blast The Teller for writing about the facts they provide. What did I know about the payments and the Government Service Agreement (GSA) and when did I know it. Kris Thompson and Austin Osborne say Telsa is current with all their payments under the GSA. Austin Osborne makes …

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Storey County Arrest Blotter December 30 – January 12

Rogues Gallery Below see Storey County’s rogues gallery for the first 12 days of the year. All people shown here are innocent until proven guilty.     Make sure you take care of your warrants. And now a word from our Sponsor: Actually, you are our sponsor. We here at …

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An Update from The Teller

What’s Up With The Teller? Greetings from Gold Hill. The above picture shows my home town as it was in 1914. Nice. I have received over a hundred messages, emails, and inquiries as to why The Teller went silent in October. I would like to share with you what happened …

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