Cmdr. Blaine Felloney has returned to his desert home in the Oasis of Nevada.
Annual nationwide Wreaths Across America ceremony is set for Dec. 16.
December begins with a tree-lighting and ends with fireworks.
Volunteers prepare holiday meals for the county’s elderly residents.
“Through Our Eyes: The Women Veteran’s Experience” focuses on both achievements and obstacles women face in the military.
Volunteers delivered 130 meals to seniors last year and another 92 dinners for residents who dined at the American Legion.
Pyramid Lake Veterans and Warriors president Brenda Henry spent 27 years serving her state, country.
100-year-old Richard “Dick” Ramsey was on the USS Nevada for 31 months, with his first action in Normandy.
Fallon residents have grown accustomed to the Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center — a.k.a. Top Gun — and its mission over the clear blue Nevada skies and parched desert land below as pilots train for any conflict in the world. Churchill County also takes pride in the number of men and women who have enlisted in the National Guard. During the last generation of soldiers, Fallon claimed another distinction … the home of four one-star generals.