May 7 marks the 15-year anniversary for Maggie’s Doggie Day Care serving the Fallon community.
No. 4 Fallon will open against No. 5 North Valleys on Thursday at Wooster High School.
Bighorns baseball team finishes inaugural season with 12 wins.
Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of May 8.
W. Derild Parsons was unanimously selected Saturday by the Churchill County School Board Trustees as their choice for superintendent.
Nevada State Police confirmed this week they don’t have enough troopers to maintain around-the-clock coverage in parts of Washoe County.
The CCHS Mentor Program is finishing up its second year and is on a roll. The mentors just finished their Peer Mentoring and Mental Health First Aid certifications. These students spent nearly every Tuesday morning at CCMS helping students and teachers and working on their certifications Thursday in class. These programs would not have been possible without the gracious teaching from the mental health experts Brittany Frew and Macie Anderson from the local community mental health program and service, New Frontier. Students in the CCHS mentor program are now more prepared and knowledgeable to help those around them socially and in times of mental health crises. “I am so very proud of the work and effort these students have put forth to better help those around them as well as themselves. This group's work has paved the way for many more opportunities for positive and everlasting peer connections at the high school and middle school levels for now and for the future,” said CCHS Mentor Program advisor Heather Benjamin.
Churchill County added 14 new members during a ceremony last week at the high school auditorium.
The event has moved to the Rafter 3C Arena; more than 40 high schoolers expected to box.
Four candidates are vying to replace Summer Stephens.
News, events and updates from Oasis Academy College Prep.
Preparing for spring floods seen as more critical than compared to 2017.