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    By Carly Sauvageau The Nevada Independent For decades, families have welcomed new members at the maternity ward of St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Reno, but that tradition abruptly ended the evening of Nov. 11. The sudden closure after 72 years of operation marks the end of an era for […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    The holiday season is underway with the annual Scheels Turkey Trot happening at the Sparks Marina followed by a day of football and likely lots of eating. It seems like all of holiday décor came out early this year in stores, maybe to encourage shoppers to get their gifts before […]
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  • by Trina Machacek
    It’s time for me to go to the eye doctor. It’s been a while, maybe five or six years since I have gone in to have my eyeballs checked out. Probably wouldn’t go now except I fell on my silly face out in the yard over three years ago and […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    (Editor’s note: This week I’m giving over my regular column space to Joseph Reagan, Director of Military and Veterans Outreach for Wreaths Across America and Afghanistan Veteran. I found it worthy of your attention and I hope you enjoy it. I’ll be back next week – Your always Properly Subversive […]
  • by Andrew Barbano
    I need injury, pain and mayhem. Blood optional but helpful. No, I’m not doing publicity for Dr. Hannibal Lecter. I need athletes and recreational users who’ve been injured at places like Sparks’ Golden Eagle Park. A major television network is planning stories about “non-contact” injuries on artificial turf. Perhaps the […]
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    By Daniel Rothberg The Nevada Independent If you live in Las Vegas or Reno, the water you use to drink and cook likely comes from a utility that applies rigorous treatment protocols to deliver clean water. But for an estimated 182,000 Nevadans who source their water from private wells, safe […]
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    By Tim Lenard The Nevada Independent In an age where more and more aspects of life are becoming paperless, there’s one paper product that remains as ubiquitous as ever — the election mailer. Perfectly posed portraits of politicians and their platforms on glossy postcards, or scary-looking attacks on their opponents, […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    On a cool, early November afternoon in front of a glassy lake on 300 Howard Drive on the west side of the Sparks Marina, close to a thousand people came out to celebrate the official grand opening of the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza. Eight years in the making, the dream […]

Mineral County Independent-News

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    The service for Gina Blondin Gorman was at Gunther’s funeral home Nov. 26 at 1 p.m. followed by a celebration of life/potluck at Gil’s right after.
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    John D Baldry passed away Thursday, November 9, 2022 at his home in Hawthorne, NV. John was born September 30, 1955 to Dale and Rose Baldry in Williston, ND. John leaves behind his wife Georgie, daughter Christine, grandchildren Vanessa, Preston, Trenton, Trinity, 9 great grandchildren, brother Buck, sister Sharon and […]
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  • by Sherman Frederick
    (Editor’s note: This week I’m giving over my regular column space to Joseph Reagan, Director of Military and Veterans Outreach for Wreaths Across America and Afghanistan Veteran. I found it worthy of your attention and I hope you enjoy it. I’ll be back next week – Your always Properly Subversive […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    USDA Rural Development State Director Lucas Ingvoldstad announced the expansion of the Rural Partners Network (RPN) to communities in Nevada. RPN is an all-of-government program that partners with rural people to access resources and funding to create local jobs, build infrastructure, and support long-term economic stability on their own terms. […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    By Tim Lenard The Nevada Independent In an age where more and more aspects of life are becoming paperless, there’s one paper product that remains as ubiquitous as ever — the election mailer. Perfectly posed portraits of politicians and their platforms on glossy postcards, or scary-looking attacks on their opponents, […]
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    Judith Denise Wyant, born May 29, 1952 in Holden, West Virginia to Joyce and Emil Simonsen passed away October 21, 2022. After battling with health issues her fight ended in her home. She moved to Hawthorne in 1974 with her then husband Russell Wyant, mother Joyce and two children, having […]
  • by Trina Machacek
    It’s time for me to go to the eye doctor. It’s been a while, maybe five or six years since I have gone in to have my eyeballs checked out. Probably wouldn’t go now except I fell on my silly face out in the yard over three years ago and […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    On a cool, early November afternoon in front of a glassy lake on 300 Howard Drive on the west side of the Sparks Marina, close to a thousand people came out to celebrate the official grand opening of the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza. Eight years in the making, the dream […]