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Corporate Welfare Checks to Roll into TRIC – Again

The Governors Office of Economic Development’s (GOED) board meets in mid-November and the agenda contains an item that will consider GOED’s effort to build an effluent pipeline from Sparks to the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC). Once built and fully deployed, this pipeline will carry 3.7 million gallons a day of effluent …

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Meet The Candidates BBQ In The Highlands

Candidates running for office in 2018 will gather in the Virginia City Highlands on October 14th at 1:00. As in years past, Breck Greninger has invited Storey County neighbours to meet and greet elected Nevada State Officers and Candidates. The Storey Teller invites any politically inclined Storey County resident to come …

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CMI Finds $20 Million Investor – Lucerne Pit to Reopen

      The mellifluous tones of Corrado De Gasprias (with puppet strings pulled by the masterful hands of John Winfield) have once again lured another chump into the pit of broken dreams and empty wallets. This time it’s Tonogold Resources. From the October 5th CMI SEC filing (and not the …

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An Evening With Danny Tarkanian

Republican Senate hopeful Danny Tarkanian came to the Lower Comstock last night as Lyon County Commissioner Bob Hastings and his wife Nadine hosted an hour long meet and greet at the Lyon County Community Center in Dayton last night. He shared his thoughts and ideas on what his tenure might …

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Storey County Commissioners Meeting Report

I am cross posting Nicole Barde’s usual yeoman report on the highlights and lowlights of the most recent Storey County Commissioners Meeting held at the Courthouse with the Million Dollar Parking Lot on September 19th, 2017. I found this meeting remarkable on several counts. A Special Use Permit was approved …

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Local Kids Star in Dramatic Short Film So Much Yellow

A film showcasing two of Storey County’s youngest movie stars will premiere in Reno at the Reno Tahoe International Film Festival (RTIFF.org) which runs from September 7th through the 10th. One of over 500 submissions in the 2017 version of the RTIFF, the short film So Much Yellow will showcase two Virginia City Highlands …

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VCH “Town Hall” Learns About TRIC Pipeline Proposal

Pipeline to TRIC

  Virginia City Highlands resident Jay Carmona organized a meeting at the Firehouse to learn more about the TRIC Pipeline Proposal that will use county tax revenue to repay over 29 years. The Governers Office of Economic Development is working with Storey County Commissioners, TRIC landowners and TRIC itself to …

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The Teller Responds To Accusations Of Lying

In a recent tirade on the Virginia City Highlands Chat Group, TRIC Employee Kris Thompson accused me of lying in an article (which you can read here) that took TRIC to task on requesting the good people of Storey County to underwrite a $35 Million Dollar effluent pipeline that will …

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