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130 years ago

Yesterday the School Trustees held their regular monthly meeting and determined that due to the crowded conditions of the Central School building, they will rent the school room in the rear of the Episcopal Church at a monthly rental of $15, for the first primary class.

100 years ago

Fred Skinner, serving a 50-year sentence at the Nevada State Prison, cleverly escaped his cell the other night. Found in his cell was a screwdriver he used to unfasten the cell door. Skinner used insulated cutters to cut the high voltage wires at the back wall. This is the first escape in quite a few years.

70 years ago

County Clerk Marietta Legate said today that only licensed hunters will be able to acquire deer tags. There has been some difference of opinion lately if boys under 14 can purchase tags.

50 years ago

Gov. Grant Sawyer told delegates to the state Elks convention in Elko that Nevada's legalized gaming has withstood "the most intensive federal probe in history" with a clean bill of health.

20 years ago

Nye County's oil-rich Railroad Valley just got a lot richer with an extra 1,200 barrels a day pouring out of Balcron Oils new well.

10 years ago

Removal of a late model Ford Bronco mired in sand on Carson City's "S" Hill continues to confound officials. Now their problem has doubled, a second vehicle is now stuck.

• Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.

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The Nevada Appeal Updated Oct 2, 2012 03:02AM Published Oct 2, 2012 03:01AM Copyright 2012 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.