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Mary Elizabeth (Melka) Tisue

Mary (Melka) Tisue, 82, passed away on June 5th, 2022 with her family by her side. Mary was born in Ishpeming Michigan on June 18th, 1939 to Edward and Helen Melka. The family moved to Eureka, Nevada when Mary was five years old. She attended all of her school years in Eureka and met her lifelong love, Richard Tisue in high school.
EUREKA, NV
Elko Daily Free Press

Nevada Vanadium selects solar power consultant

Nevada Vanadium Mining Corp., which is planning the Gibellini vanadium mine in Eureka County, announced the selection of Hitachi Energy to provide consulting services for development of a renewable energy supply for the operation. Nevada Vanadium plans to power the operation with solar energy to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and...
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Elko Daily Free Press

Red flag warning for east-central Nevada

ELKO – A red flag warning has been issued for White Pine, southern Eureka and Lander counties for both Thursday and Friday due to strong winds and low humidity. Gusts of up to 60 mph are expected between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. both days. Relative humidity will be as low as 6%.
ELKO, NV
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Martin Peprah Tuffour

Martin Peprah Tuffour, age 48, was born to the now-late Dominic Frimpong and Mary Binney, a businessman and a teacher respectively in Obuasi, Ghana. He graduated from University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa in Ghana with Geological Engineering degree and worked for Golden Star Mine at Bogoso in Ghana. He moved to America in 2006 to pursue his Master of Science degree in Economic Geology at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and worked for many mining companies including Nevada Gold in Elko and Fiore Pan mine in Eureka.
ELKO, NV
Mesquite Local News

‘Rockets Over the Red Mesa’ fireworks show set for Eureka on July 4

The annual “Rockets Over the Red Mesa” tradition continues at Eureka Casino Resort with the best fireworks show around. The show will be held on Monday, July 4, at 9 p.m. The fireworks will be launched from the mesa behind the casino. A patriotic playlist will accompany the fireworks and be broadcast on 88.1FM.
EUREKA, NV
Ely Daily Times

Donald L. Hull

A Celebration of Life service will be held for Donald L. Hull on Saturday, June 11, 2022 in Eureka, NV at the Opera House at 11 am. Don passed away in July 2021. His obituary can be found here: Donald Lee Hull Obituary (tributearchive.com)”
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Eureka Holds ‘Uncorked’ Fundraiser

The Eureka Resort hosted UN-Corked, a wine tasting and appetizers event held on Friday, May 27 in the Town Square area of the casino. The event, which was a fundraiser for the Make-a-Wish foundation, was organized by Eureka’s Community Initiative Director Gerri Chasko. The room was packed with jolly,...
EUREKA, NV
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Timberline drills 3.85 g/t gold over 24.4 metres at Eureka, Nevada

Timberline Resources Corp. [TBR-TSXV; TLRS-OTCQB] report results from two more core holes from the 2021 drilling program at its 100%-owned Eureka project in Nevada. These are the final outstanding assays from the drill program, and they include one core hole in the Water Well zone (WWZ) and the completed silver and multi-element data from core hole BHSE-206C — totalling 861 metres of drilling.
EUREKA, NV
resourceworld.com

Timberline drills 2.32 g/t gold over 35.1 metres at Eureka, Nevada

Timberline Resources Corp. [TBR-TSXV; TLRS-OTCQB] reported additional results from the 2021 drilling program at its 100%-controlled Eureka Project in Nevada. The company tested the Oswego Target with nine reverse circulation (RC) holes totaling 767 meters after successful completion of the Water Well drilling program immediately to the west (see news releases dated February 24, March 9, and March 24, 2022).
EUREKA, NV
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California Governor Orders DFPI To Initiate Enforcement Actions

As was widely noted last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a lengthy executive order with respect to blockchain technology. According to the Governor's press release, the order aims to "aims to create a transparent regulatory and business environment for web3 companies which harmonizes federal and California approaches, balances the benefits and risks to consumers, and incorporates California values such as equity, inclusivity, and environmental protection". In the order, the Governor has assigned a number of tasks to the Department of Financial Protection & Innovation. Among other things, the DFPI is required within the next 30 days to "solicit public comments regarding the regulation of crypto asset-related financial products and services under the CCFPL [California Consumer Financial Protection Law]. Somewhat more alarmingly for members of the industry, Governor Newsom has ordered the Department to "[i]nitiate enforcement actions as appropriate to stop violations of the CCFPL and other relevant consumer financial laws". The Governor doesn't identify any violators or what those violations of the CFPL might be.
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Ely Daily Times

Mobile dental care unit set to visit Ely, Eureka in May

CARSON CITY — Good oral health is critically important to one’s overall health. The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile (RMCM) is operated in partnership between Nevada Health Centers and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas. RMCM offers oral healthcare to children through age 21. The staff focuses...
ELY, NV
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Permit required for collecting shed antlers

The Nevada Department of Wildlife announced that a shed hunter collection certificate is now required for collecting shed antlers from or on any public land located in Elko, Eureka, Lander, Lincoln, Nye, or White Pine Counties from May 1 to June 30. You can receive this certification by taking the...
ELKO, NV
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Mesquite Reads Encourages Learning

The Mesquite Reads program helped spread the word about the joy of reading to elementary school children and their parents on Saturday morning, April 16 in the ballroom at the Rising Star Resort. In a partnership with the Sunrise Rotary Club, Eureka Community Initiative (ECI) Director Gerri Chasko organized a...
MESQUITE, NV
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Timberline drills 5.03 g/t gold over 41.1 metres at Eureka, Nevada

Timberline Resources Corp. [TBR-TSXV; TLRS-OTCQB] reported results from four more drill holes from the second phase of the 2021 drilling program at its 100%-controlled Eureka project, Nevada. The company recently completed the 6,536-metre program initiated in July, 2021. These results are from three core holes and one reverse circulation (RC)...
EUREKA, NV
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Sundown Lodge

Located on the notorious “Loneliest Highway in America” is the Sundown Lodge, smackdab in the center of Eureka. Offering 27 clean and confortable rooms, the Sundown Lodge is a great home away from home while trekking the Silver State. Each room comes equipped with a telephone, television, heating/air condition, and showers. Relax with your family in a double room with two beds, or make a private getaway and kick your keels up in a single room with a queen bed.
EUREKA, NV
Elko Daily Free Press

Foundation announces scholarship fund for mining

EUREKA — Western Spirit Foundation’s new scholarship program launches April 1, 2022. Students from rural Nevada who intend to pursue post high school education in mining-related fields, whether at a technical/vocational school or a university, are encouraged to apply. The application criteria and process will be available at WesternSpiritFoundation.org.
EUREKA, NV
Ely Daily Times

Della R. Amaya

Della R. Amaya, was born in Eureka, Nevada on September 12, 1925, to Jose and Maria (Reyes) Rodriguez, where her father worked with the local ranchers. Soon after, the family of 6 moved to Riepetown, Nevada, where her father found work in the mines. When the Great Depression hit, the family moved to Las Vegas, where along the way Della’s youngest brother, Johnny, was born, completing the family of seven. The family lived in Las Vegas until the mines reopened in Riepetown, and the family returned to the area. That is where Della grew up and called home.
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