The Follower

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There is something following me around inside of my house. It’s my stationary bike.                   I leave it in a room where I think it will be the perfect place for me to ride my uh, you-know-what into tiny-hood. Then after some time that … [Read more...]

Stone Cabin Trail at Spring Valley State Park, Nevada

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By Tom Garrison It always feels good to finish a project. A few years ago, my wife Deb and I decided to explore and hike the five Nevada state parks (out of 23) located within 40 miles of Panaca, population 963 (2010 census). Through the … [Read more...]

Featured Realtor-Brandon Cohen

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1206 SHANGRI LA COURT....just the address gives you just a hint of what lies beyond the "Custom Privately Gated Residence". Located off the 7th Tee Box on the Falcon Ridge Golf Course is this magnificent estate covering 1.50 acres. Luxurious … [Read more...]

Measured

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You cannot give a teaspoon of time and expect a gallon of God’s glorious presence in return. There’s a universal law that says you’ll reap what you sow. If you sow a little time and energy in your relationship with God, then you’ll only reap a … [Read more...]

This week in history July 6-12

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July 12, 1911: The threshing is all done on the river, something over 15,000 bushels being raised, more than ever has been known in this section. July 12, 1911: The heat the last days almost unbearable, cloudy, hot and sultry. July 11, 1912: … [Read more...]

Ownership of land would be better than paltry PILT payouts

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It is that time of year again, when counties in Nevada and across the West squat on the street corner with their tin alms cups extended anxiously awaiting the tinkling sound of a few coins from the federal till — otherwise known as Payment in Lieu of … [Read more...]

Storage and More “What’s in Your Garage?”

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Growing up in a small suburban neighborhood, almost everyone had a car, not to mention the garage it was kept in. We stored outdoor items such as lawn chairs and bicycles along the walls or rafters of the garage, but that was about it. Today, you can … [Read more...]

Niche

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  Niche is one of those words that, to my liking, is spelled wrong. Shouldn’t it be “nitch?” Like stitch or switch or, well you get the idea. But no, it is niche. It means a little something that enhances a bigger something. Or something like … [Read more...]

Mark Twain comments on Dayton’s Petrified Forest

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Dennis Cassinelli   My Great Grandfather, Pietro Cassinelli, an Italian emigrant, arrived in Dayton, Nevada in the late 1880s after working his way across America as a cowboy. Within a few years, he and his cousin, Bert, acquired a … [Read more...]

“Salvation is by works, but whose?”

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by Pastor Travis Lauderbach Is a person saved by good works? Absolutely! I know that comes as a shock to a lot of people, but it's true. A person is absolutely saved by good works. The Lord says, "You shall therefore keep my statutes and my … [Read more...]