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Storey County Republicans Endorse Candidate

Storey County Republicans Endorse Candidate

Republicans Meet In Lockwood to Consider Endorsement Of Local Candidates On Monday, October 8th the Storey County Republican Central Committee met in Lockwood. There was a large gathering to hear from campaigns and candidates from all over Storey County. Folks from Mark Twain, Virginia City, The Highlands, and Lockwood came …

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SCSO Incident Report Sept 17 – Sept 23rd

SCSO Incident Report Sept 17 – Sept 23rd Another week, another couple hundred interactions with the public for the Storey County Sheriff’s Office. These guys and gals really work hard for us and here is the proof. Some of my picks for this week: 18 YO FEMALE- NEG INJ/VEH VS …

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Pipeline Proposal Postponed Indefinitely

commissioners approve pipeline

Back To The Drawing Board For Pipeline Proponents. In a surprise move today, County manager Pat Whitten announced that the pipeline proposal under consideration is off the table. After moving to combine 10 agenda items into one single item, Mr. Whitten announced to a surprised audience that one of the …

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Teller Wins 4 Awards At NPA Convention

Teller wins

The Storey Teller Wins Best Platform Writing at Nevada Press Association Annual  Convention Newspapers gathered from across the state to take in The Nevada Press Association (NPA) annual convention in Las Vegas this weekend. The event recognizes outstanding journalism, from across the state including editorial, breaking news, photojournalism, graphic design, …

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Gilman v. Toll Hearing Date Set

Gilamn v. Toll

Hearing Date Set in Gilman v Toll Defamation Suit Nevada First District Justice James Wilson has set December 20th for a hearing in Gilman v. Toll. The hearing, to be held at the Courthouse in Virginia City, will determine whether 1) Sam Toll is a journalist, and 2) if The …

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Storey County Commission September 19th Meeting

Storey County Commission Job Description

Storey County Commission September 19th Meeting In the Storey County Commission September 19th Meeting, the board pushed the pipeline can down the road with taking the next step in the Special Assessment District. They also approved giving a part of K Street to Steve McBride, Commissioner McBride’s brother.  At first, Commissioner …

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SCSO Incident Report Sept 03-16

Heavy Horse petting gets them aggressive. Horses stuck in holes. Horses and Bovines struck by cars. Dogs Barking. Dogs Chasing. Animal Husbandry and  Community Based Policing Run Hand In Hand… My favorites from the SCSO Incident Report Sept 03-16: RP THINKS HE HAS AN IDIOT AROUND HIS HOUSE ASKING FOR …

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Bret Black Murder Trial Postponed

Black Murder Trial

Bret Black Murder Trial Postponed On September 13th, Storey County District Attorney Anne Langer filed a motion to address Bret Black’s potential incompetence. According to the Court Order issued by Judge James Wilson, Ms. Langer based her motion on a letter from Dr. Dickran H Gulesserian dated September 18th, 2017. …

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FY 17-18 Taxable Sales Tax Figures Continue to Disappoint

Storey County FY 17-18 Taxable Sales Tax Figures Continue to Disappoint The final taxable sales report for fiscal year 2017-18 was released by the Nevada Department of Taxation (NDT) last week and the news is mixed. With the final month of FY17-18 in the books, we can look at the …

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Packed House For Lockwood Pipeline Meeting

commissioners approve pipeline

Packed House For Lockwood Pipeline Meeting A standing room only crowd of nearly a hundred River District residents packed the Lockwood Senior Center to hear Storey County Commission Candidate Nicole Barde address the facts of the TRIC pipeline proposal. The crowd was nearly twice the size of the Lockwood Pipeline …

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