Douglas High School girls basketball opened the season with a clean, dominant performance over McQueen in Class 4A North league play.
The small-hearted Mr. Grinch will once again try to hide his grinchy self as he plays little tricks on students singing their holiday songs heralding the advent of the holiday season. He’ll be waiting in the wings as Santa (Tom Bragg) tries to steal the show when, on cue, that white-beard man clad in red comes down the Capitol steps as the children sing “Here Comes Santa Claus.”
Carson High boys basketball is looking for toughness and trust on the floor this winter in hopes of building toward a stronger league season.
You’d be hard pressed to find a more beautiful display of holiday lights than those found on the front lawn of our state Capitol. Last year, for the first time, the fairy lights were creatively wrapped around tree trunks and limbs instead of randomly hung, and what a difference wrapping makes.
This year’s celebration will take place Friday on historic Maine Street at 6:30 p.m.
Douglas High School girls basketball features a senior-heavy roster this winter and has eyes for the postseason.
Annual nationwide Wreaths Across America ceremony is set for Dec. 16.
Guzzler 19 is south of Fallon behind Top Gun Raceway.
The Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights was born out of darkness, the darkness that was brought about due to the ongoing oil crisis that had been crippling the country for years.
News, events and updates from Oasis Academy College Prep.
Dogs can actually smell underwater — and they swim with their eyes open.
December begins with a tree-lighting and ends with fireworks.
Updates from your community-owned and operated Fallon Theatre.
Volunteers prepare holiday meals for the county’s elderly residents.
Fallon, Oasis high school sports schedules for Nov. 30 to Dec. 4.