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Storey County Commission Job Description

Storey County Commission Job Description

Storey County Commission Job Description I attended Nicole Barde’s “interview the candidate” event in Virginia City last week. One of the handouts she provided was a job description of the County Commissioner. Because her format was “interview the candidate”, she provided a job description for the job of Commissioner. Her …

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4th Annual Basque Fry at Corley Ranch

4th Annual Basque Fry at Corley Ranch Conservatives from all over Nevada gathered in Gardnerville for the 4th annual Basque Fry at the Corley Ranch. The event was hosted by Morning in Nevada and served as a rally for Guberntorial Candidate Adam Laxalt. Attendees from last year remember the sweltering …

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Assembly Member Jim Wheeler Comes to Gold Hill

Jim Wheeler in Gold Hill

Assembly Member Jim Wheeler, running for re-election of Assembly seat 39, will be in Gold Hill on Wednesday 22nd. Mr. Wheeler will host a tour of Comstock Mining Inc.’s site in American Flats and then head over to the Gold Hill Hotel for dinner. For more information on the event, …

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SCSO Incident Report August 6th – 12th

SCSO Incident Report August 6th - 12th

SCSO Incident Report August 6th – 12th Bench Sleeping, Bench Warrants, Stolen Batteries and an Arrow found in the roof and a bullet in the camper. All in all a busy week for the hard working women and men of the Storey County Sheriff’s Office. A big thank you to …

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Storey County Democrats Host Jackie Rosen

Storey County Democrats Host Jackie Rosen Join the Storey County Democrats Host as they Jacky Rosen and other Democrat Candidates will be in VC on August 22nd at the Community Chest Community Center. The fabulous Community Center is located at 175 Carson Street next to the Swimming Pool. This will …

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Storey County May 2018 Taxable Sales Numbers Down

Storey County's May 2018 Taxable Sales came in at $ 95,570,577 compared with $ 145,673,690 from May, 2017; a difference of $ 50,103,113. The May numbers represent the fourth consecutive month that taxable sales have been less than previous years sales.

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