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Virginia City Hill Climb Is Back!

Virginia City Hill Climb

Virginia City Hill Climb Set For September 21-22nd Car enthusiasts and Virginia City Merchants received some good news in January. The 49th Annual Virginia City Hill Climb will return to the Comstock. This year’s event will feature both exotic racers and vintage muscle cars zipping up the Truck Route on …

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SCSO Activity Log January 14th – 20th

SCSO Incident Report January 14-20

475 Calls – 11 Butt Dials – Tons of Property Checks. Large Sized Thank you to The Deputies of Storey County for Keeping The Peace Dirt Bags Steal “Dirt Bag” – Stealing Stuff Is Not Cool PER THE RP THEFT OF A HARLEY DAVIDSON OUT OF THE FRONT YARD/BLACK HARLEY …

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Virginia Range Wild Horse License Plate Available

Wild Horse License Plate

Virginia Range Wild Horses To Get Much Needed Financial Support From New DMV License Plate The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) issued a new license plate to directly support the Virginia Range Wild Horse Herds this month. This plate is the brainchild of the Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection …

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4 Day School Week In Storey County?

4 day school week

Storey County could join other school districts around Nevada and adopt a 4 day school week. This idea is in the formative stages and might get a parent or two to actually show up at a school board meeting. The most recent post from bardeblog.com updates us on all things …

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Taxable Sales Drop For 9th Straight Month

Storey County’s October Taxable Sales Drop For 9th Straight Month As we have been reporting for some time, the taxable sales for Storey County have been on a steady trajectory down since the boom of 2016-2017. Last year the taxable sales were down about 20%. This year they are on …

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Storey County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Log December 3rd – 9th

Storey County Sheriff's Office Arrest Log December 3rd - 9th

Storey County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Log December 3rd – 9th These unfortunates were gathered up this week. Remember, in The United States of America we are presumed innocent until proven guilty, although if we don’t get serious about protecting our rights and stand up to the jack-heads who pass laws …

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Tesla Dealership Opens At Gigafactory

Tesla Dealership

Storey County Gets It’s First Car Dealership. Sort Of. Telsa announced this week that they are opening Northern Nevada’s first Tesla “dealership”. Tesla says that customers can schedule an appointment to take delivery of a new Tesla and take a tour of the Gigafactory online. Car buyers must configure and …

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SCSO Incident Report November 19-25

SCSO Incident Report

Storey County Sheriff’s Office Call Log 271 calls – 7 butt dials Vehicles 3 – Horses 0 Shuttle Bus Vs. Horse Semi vs. 2 Horses Car vs. Horse Please drive carefully and watch our for horses. Your car moves faster than they do. Pay you truck drivers or they will …

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Gilman v. Toll Hearing Postponed

Gilamn v. Toll

Judge James Wilson Grants Lance Gilman A Continuance In Gilman v. Toll First District Court Judge James Wilson issued a continuance on the Gilman v. Toll hearing scheduled for December 20th, 2018. Lance Gilman’s attorney Gus Flangas requested the continuance on Friday, December 14th citing personal reasons. Judge Wilson did …

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