Tag Archives: Marshall McBride

Carmona and McBride Call For End To The Lockdown

Are We Done Yet? Nicole Barde posted a piece yesterday asking the question: “When Do We End This?”. In it, she referred to letters that Commissioner Carmona and McBride wrote to Governor Sisolak begging to reopen Virginia City. Click here or read her piece below. Elon “The Saviour of the …

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Storey County Businesses Impacted By Orders to Close

Local Businesses Impacted

The Impact of Covid-19: Storey County Businesses Impacted Negatively Editors Note: This article was updated on March 19th. The update is listed at the bottom of the article. Storey County Commissioners declared a State of Emergency on March 17th, 2020 in response to the Covid-19 Virus that is gripping the …

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Fake News vs. Fake News Makers – The Saga Continues

Fake News vs. Fake News Makers

County officials blast The Teller for writing about the facts they provide. What did I know about the payments and the Government Service Agreement (GSA) and when did I know it. Kris Thompson and Austin Osborne say Telsa is current with all their payments under the GSA. Austin Osborne makes …

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Storey County Commission Meeting Gets Personal

The Storey County Commission Meeting Soap Opera Gets Personal In the latest episode of the Storey County Commission Meeting, there were a few things of interest. The crony lease deal with Pat Whitten’s former and Austin Osborne’s current secretary and naming Marshall McBride as NDOT hero were notable. Jen Chapman …

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Sunday Word Of The Day – Minuscule

Minuscule

minuscule | ˈminəˌskyo͞ol, minˈəsˌkyo͞ol | (also miniscule) adjective 1) extremely small; tiny: a minuscule fragment of DNA. • informal so small as to be negligible or insufficient: he believed the risk of infection was minuscule. 2) of or in lowercase letters, as distinct from capitals or uncials. • of or in a small cursive script of the Roman alphabet, with …

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Gary Hames Files Against Storey County In District Court

Hames Claims Wrongful Termination Lawyers for Former Fire Chief and Community Development Director Gary Hames filed a Petition for Writ of Mandamus with the First District Court against Storey County. The petition, dated July 1, 2019, is in response to his abrupt firing and allegations levied by a whistleblower and …

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