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.
The annual Veterans Day Parade in Virginia City begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
Retired public affairs officer became a community fixture.
Ernest Heying served community, country; a Rosary is set for Nov. 10, with the funeral on Nov. 11.
Next up: The Greenwave will hit the road for a second-round rematch at Elko.
Next up: A rematch with the Buckaroos to open the 3A North playoffs.
Fallon educator one of three finalists to be considered by Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo.
Greenwave gives Hall of Fame inductees a 40-8 win as a bonus.
Tickets remain for Saturday night’s dinner at the convention center.
Rafter 3C Arena hosts the annual event, which is expected to attract hundreds of competitors.
The school is scheduled to open in time for a fall semester in 2024.
The final draft of the Constitution was signed on Sept. 17, 1789, by members of the Constitutional Convention.
Fallon scores first, but Wolverines rally to grab top spot in 3A North standings.
The Fastest Gun Alive-World Championship Fast Draw has announced it is shifting dates next year from October to August.
Twenty-two years ago, Sept. 11 began as a normal one for Capt. Shane Tanner, the current commander of Naval Air Station Fallon who spoke at this year’s Fallon 9/11 remembrance ceremony.
The annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony has been conducted every year since 2002 in the courtyard behind Fallon City Hall with Mayor Ken Tedford reminding the guests of the devastation caused when terrorists hijacked four passenger jets, crashing three of them into buildings, and causing another to nosedive into a field in western Pennsylvania.
Fallon rolled to its second straight lopsided win Friday in Northern 3A football with a 49-6 win over Sparks. The Wave’s next game will truly test its mettle on both offense and defense. The Greenwave, 3-1 overall and 2-0 in league, travels to Truckee on Friday for a 7 p.m. game. The Wolverines are 5-0 after a home win against Fernley.
Local veterans accompanied by high-school students from Bishop Manogue High School departed Reno Wednesday morning to New Orleans where they’ll spend the next two days at the National World War II museum.
Adams, Grondin lead Greenwave to 48-0 win in league opener.
The Carson City Christian Ministerial Fellowship is inviting the community to gather at Mills Park on Monday at 6 p.m.
100 years ago, Nevada and USC played in the second game ever at the L.A. Coliseum.
Police car used by Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is on display at convention center.
Fallon's annual Cantaloupe Festival, Country Fair opens Friday
This weekend's events showcase the area’s agricultural offerings.
John O’Connor, 53, pleaded not guilty in 2018 to four charges in the murder of Charles “Bert” Miller.
Raiders escape with season-opening 23-16 win in 5A-3A matchup.
Returning Greenwave graduates represent more than 20 classes.
Vietnam veteran Frank Greenwood and many of his friends and sponsors will host Cars & Stripes, a classic car celebration, on Saturday at 3306 Kietzke Lane.
Library’s major fundraiser provides for books, programs.
Coalition has identified more than 350 military members since 2016.
The first Missing in Nevada funeral since 2019 will remember 19 veterans Friday starting at 10 a.m.
A 1,100 square-foot traveling exhibit at the Northwest Reno Library will close Aug. 18,
Local organizations team up to hand out school supplies and backpacks.
Nevada Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen voted for the NDAA.
CCSO edges Fallon Police by one unit for annual Battle of the Badges title.
Local businesses donate school supplies at annual event.
Mitigation efforts help to prevent flooding in the Lahontan Valley.
The list of expected classes is growing; the event could be larger than the 2022 reunion weekend.
Dan Waters reflects on a 40-year career that began in Panama.
U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen, a first-term moderate, is one of Republicans’ top targets in 2024.