A Longhorns search and rescue helicopter flying over the Churchill County High School football field set the stage for graduation Friday night with onlookers looking toward a vast sky.
Honors School valedictorians Vera Vaz and McKay Winder delivered their speeches at Friday’s graduation for Churchill County High School.
Churchill County is hosting a retirement and farewell gathering for former County Commissioner Bus Scharmann on June 16 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Oats Park Art Center’s Lariat Courtyard.
Churchill County’s COVID vaccine and testing dates for the week of June 7 is now posted.
Come meet your favorite local authors on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at His Inspirations,
In less than a month, Fallon will honor the Fourth of July with a parade as this nation celebrates its 243rd birthday.
If you or someone close to you has experienced a stroke, you know that they can happen suddenly and with little warning. Understanding the risk factors is the best way to prevent strokes from ever happening.
The Nevada Highway Patrol continues to investigate a crash that occurred the morning of May 28 in Silver Springs and seeks information to identify the driver of one of the vehicles.
Watson here, and I’ll bet that headline caught your eye. Yes, adoptions of dogs and cats will be free on this Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12.
The Nevada Division of Forestry’s State Big Tree Program has been identifying the largest specimen of every native and introduced tree species growing in Nevada since 1992.
After being cancelled last year due to the pandemic, Octane Fest is roaring back in 2021.
Like the thousands of batters he watched fighting off a two-strike count, Richard Pitts is battling to stay alive.
Pat LeClaire, a longtime member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 192 in Fallon, participated in the Memorial Day remembrances at three local cemeteries — Churchill County, the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe and The Gardens. His parents are interred at The Gardens.
Churchill County’s COVID testing program is now incentivized by offering $20 Walmart gift cards on a weekly basis to Churchill County residents who have not been vaccinated, have not tested positive in the last 90 days and who volunteer to be tested.
Fifty years ago, the college graduated its first class, and this year’s students endured the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic by participating in a drive-through graduation on the Fallon campus.