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TWICH – February 18th 2011

This Week In Comstock History – February 18th 2011 The Comstock Chronicle wasn’t always known to locals as the Comstock Comical. Angela and Richard Mann owned the paper for 9 years and ran it as a serious local news venture. Angela went to all the meetings (Commissioner, VCTC, School Board …

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Lincoln Day Republican Fundraiser on the V&T

LIncoln Day Fundraiser

GOP State Party Dignitaries Come To Virginia City The Storey County Republican Committee held it’s annual Lincoln Day fundraiser in Virginia City yesterday. The event celebrates Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, the Republican Party’s first elected President.  The Delta Saloon hosted the event for the past several years, but the party wanted …

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Masked Marauders Terrorize Town

Masked Marauders Terrorize Town

Brazen Banditos Mete Mayhem   This press release arrived at The Teller on February 8th from the Storey County Sheriff’s Office. There has been reports of these banditos circulating on C Street for years. Great to see Storey County Sheriff Deputies on the job. Almost three years to the day, …

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Lockwood’s Merilee Miller’s Surprise Party

Lockwood Birthday Party

The community of Lockwood celebrated another 39th birthday of Merilee Miller. Miller is a stalwart community member who volunteers at the Senior Center and helps with just about everything. John Miller did a great job of organizing the event and the community kept it a secret for 2-4 weeks. Husband …

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TWISCH – This Week in Storey County History

The Territorial Enterprise Lives Again We recently obtained a wonderful collection of Territorial Enterprise Newspapers from the Lucius Beebe – Charles Clegg era. The papers are amazing and represent a fascinating time capsule of Storey County History. But they are more than just a snapshot of Storey County. Back then …

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SCSO Incident Report January 28th – February 3rd

416 Calls. Lots of nonsense. Thank you to the hard working men and women of the Storey County Sheriff’s Office for dealing with nitwits and people who need your help. Y’all rock. This is why we need shooting ranges everywhere GUYS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD SHOOTING INTO THE …

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Rainbow Bend Candidates Night A Success

The River District Home Owners Association (HOA) held a Candidates Night on February 7th, 2019. This meeting allowed members of the HOA to ask questions of the candidates and hear how the candidates would represent the homeowners. HOA President Denise Fuller-Hilton invited The Teller to cover the event and report …

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SCSO Arrest Log January 21 – February 03

SCSO Arrest Log January 21 - February 03

SCSO Arrest Log January 21 – February 03 The following information was prepared by the Storey County Sheriff’s Office. All persons are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Please don’t drink or smoke weed and drive. Seriously. Just don’t. Thank You For Reading The Teller! For those of …

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County Commissioner Commits To Cannabis Cultivation

Gilman Supports Cannabis (hemp), Opposes Cannabis (weed for now) Teller Readers will remember the relentless effort Storey County fought alongside TRIC to force Storey County taxpayers to subsidize bringing in water to the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) with the pipeline. Storey County officials and TRIC companies like Tesla and Switch …

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Gilman v. Toll Hearing Set for February 22nd

Gilamn v. Toll

Perry Mason Style Hearing Set For February 22nd. For those of you new to The Teller, Mustang Ranch Brothel Owner, TRIC Broker and Executive, Blockchains Marketing and Government Relations Manager and Storey County Commissioner Lance Gilman is suing Sam Toll, Editor of The Teller for defamation per se. The background of the case …

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