The Fallon Theatre received a special recognition on Sept. 11 to honor the iconic movie house for its 100 years.
Nevada Congressman Mark Amodei has reintroduced the Northern Nevada Economic Development, Conservation and Military Modernization Act that would be included in the fiscal year 2022 National Defense Authorization Acts for possible consideration later this year.
A California man who evaded a police pursuit over a two-county area and then took a wrong turn in the desert was apprehended Sept. 14 by Churchill County Sheriff’s deputies north of Fallon.
The Churchill County commissioners conducted their second meeting of the month last week. • The Bureau of Land Management updated commissioners on activities in the Carson City Stillwater Field Office.
The Lahontan Valley News won 15 awards Saturday at the annual Nevada Press Foundation’s Awards of Excellence including the top local sports column in the state.
Watson here, and the first thing I want to do is thank everyone who came to the CAPS garage sale. We were successful because of the many people who contributed items, provided storage, helped at the sale, and bought items. Fallon’s community spirit can’t be beat!
Ambitious, persistent and studious are just a few words to describe organization and project management student Desirae Blunt-Lamkey.
The Greenwave Hall of Fame recently conducted a golf tournament at the Fallon Golf Course.
Before every game, Churchill County High School football coach Brooke Hill preaches balance, so the Greenwave can attack their opponent effectively through the air and on the ground.
The Lady Wave soccer team, playing with a full roster for the first time this season, flexed its muscles against two north Reno schools last week.
The Lady Wave volleyball team swept North Valleys and Hug last week as it prepares for the 3A East schedule when Lowry visits Fallon today.
The Greenwave Hall of Fame has postponed its induction for both the Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Hall of Fame events, including the social mixer, football introduction and banquet.
You nominated, now it is time to vote for the Best of Fallon. Final voting for the Lahontan Valley News’ annual Best of Fallon awards runs Sept. 15- Oct. 3.
U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei said he was humbled to be in attendance at Fallon’s annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday that honored the 2,977 people killed 20 years ago during a coordinated terrorist attack.
Due to shortages in Nevada, the county will not be offering rapid COVID tests this month. The county will offer PCR tests which take a few days to get results back from the state.