Correspondence

Nevada Correspondence – March 2017

In this edition: Ely, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Lincoln County, Mineral County, South Lake Tahoe Ely Ely and White Pine County: Full of History During its past, Ely was a mining town.  In the 1870’s and '80s, White Pine was part of a boom when British money was invested in the silver mines. After 1900 came the copper boom. In the next 70 years, more than a billion dollars in copper was shipped out of the area. Much of the mining ...
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Ely Correspondence – March 2017

Ely and White Pine County: Full of History During its past, Ely was a mining town.  In the 1870s and '80s, White Pine was part of a boom when British money was invested in the silver mines. After 1900 came the copper boom. In the next 70 years, more than a billion dollars in copper was shipped out of the area. Much of the mining and milling done recently was reworking the waste dumps of the past.  Today, copper, gold, ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – March 2017

Diamond Jack's Picks for March If you come up with an idea in Las Vegas and it’s an idea that will make you and others money, it becomes reality. Maverick Helicopters has partnered with Lip Smacking Foodie Tours to offer the ultimate dining and helicopter experience: “Savory Bites & Neon Lights” ($299 per person). It might be considered the ultimate date night as the five-hour experience begins at the Aria Resort with an exclusive tasting at five prominent Strip restaurants from ...
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Laughlin Correspondence – March 2017

E Center Attracts Headliners Loggins, Mandel and Robinson The E Center at the Edgewater has a “fab” lineup in March with Kenny Loggins, Howie Mandel and Smokey Robinson. American singer-songwriter and guitarist Kenny Loggins leads the way Saturday, March 4 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $35. Loggins recorded his early songwriting compositions with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1970, which led to seven albums, and performing as the group Loggins and Messina from 1972 to 1977. As a ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence – March 2017

"P" stands for Pahranagat Does your town or community have a letter of the alphabet high on a mountain side to mark its location? Some do, and so does Alamo in the Pahranagat Valley.  At 100 feet tall and 50 feet wide, it is over twice as tall as the famous Hollywood sign in Los Angeles. It's been there a lot longer than a person might think and was constructed all by hand, even using horses. In the 1962 movie ...
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Mineral County Correspondence – March 2017

Mineral County: Photographers' Dream Along Highway 95, the open areas within Mineral County create a haven for amateur and professional photographers, offering something spectacular at all hours of the day. With the scenic views of the creviced mountains and billowing clouds reflected upon the glassy surface of Walker Lake, snapping photos of the wild mustangs roaming along the south shoreline becomes an added treat. Anyone with an eye for nature's beauty will be compelled to stop and adjust their camera ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – March 2017

There are many roads to South Lake Tahoe, but during a stretch in February major highways into America’s year round playground were closed, and travelers had to take the scenic route to reach their destination.  The record snowfall the area received in January was followed by a drenching of rain that was too much for some of the hillsides on a few thoroughfares. Tahoe was in some ways isolated while highway crews worked around the clock to get the roads ...
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Nevada Correspondence – February 2017

In this edition: Baker, Boulder City, Elko, Ely, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Lincoln County, Mesquite, Mineral County, Mount Rose, South Lake Tahoe Baker Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp It’s winter, which means visitation is low, despite a record-breaking 130,000 visitors to Great Basin National Park last year. That makes it an ideal time for the annual Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp. For three days, people come and help clean and restore the cave. Over 30,000 people a year tour ...
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Baker Correspondence – February 2017

Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp It’s winter, which means visitation is low, despite a record-breaking 130,000 visitors to Great Basin National Park last year. That makes it an ideal time for the annual Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp. For three days, people come and help clean and restore the cave. Over 30,000 people a year tour the cave, each of them leaving behind a little unintentional something: a hair or two, some debris falling off shoes, bits of ...
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Boulder City Correspondence – February 2017

Keyhole Canyon If Zion Canyon in Utah is a cathedral where one feels the overwhelming glory of nature, then Keyhole Canyon, just south of Boulder City, is a splendid sanctuary where your soul can talk to the spirits of nature one on one. Used for manhood rituals by the Anasazi for countless moons and by Boulder City Cub Scout Troops within this century, Keyhole Canyon is situated in the Eldorado Mountains. How could you resist an adventure in mountains within ...
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Elko Correspondence – February 2017

Old West Murals in Downtown Elko In November and December, eleven photo murals were installed in downtown Elko. These photo murals, taken by Deon and Trish Reynolds of Eureka, showcase life in rural Nevada. The photo murals pictured here are in the alley behind the Western Folklife Center. Deon and Trish will give a walking tour of the murals on Friday Feb 3rd from 9:30 - 10 am and on Saturday Feb 4th from 8:30 - 9 am. They will ...
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Ely Correspondence – February 2017

Ely's Nevada Northern Railway Photo Shoot The whistle from the steam engine echoes across the valley as the white, puffy cloud of steam rises in the early morning chill. Snow covers the ground and the sun is just coming up. The clear, crisp mountain air shimmers, highlighting the frost on the trees. Activity at the depot stirs with passengers hearing the “All Aboard!” shout from the conductor. Bags are grabbed, equipment is put in place, and then the train pulls ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – February 2017

Las Vegas Romance?  Maybe not! It’s heart month, and what could be more warming then getting together with your significant other and going to the Divine Café at the Springs Preserve? On February 10th, they are having their Couples in the Kitchen event which is the first event of their Friday Night Date Nights. This is an evening class from 6:30 until 9:30 where you will prepare a four course meal by direction of trained chefs. The non-refundable price is ...
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Laughlin Correspondence – February 2017

Shooter Jennings Headlines at the Riverside with Waymore’s Outlaws will perform in Don’s Celebrity Theatre at the Riverside Resort Feb. 2-4 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30. Jennings, the only son of country legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, literally spent his childhood on a tour bus. Jennings was playing drums by the time he was 5 years old and discovered guitar at age 14. By age 16 he embraced Rock ‘n’ Roll,  particularly Southern rock and the loose-limbed hard ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - February 2017

Lincoln County Correspondence – February 2017

Free Roaming Burros and a Remarkable Mule in 1930s Pioche Pioche, Nevada, in the days of the Great Depression and even before, had a group of burros that roamed free after some of the mines had closed down. The late Judge Roscoe Wilkes tells of one story about him and his buddies catching and riding the burros in one of the chapters in his book, "High Desert Tales." But this story is not that one, it is a different one ...
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Mesquite Correspondence – February 2017

Mesquite is home to all things spherical during the month of February.  Soccer, baseball, and golf dominate the emerald green sports fields and courses around town.   If you haven’t played a round of golf on Mesquite’s super courses, you have missed out on some of the best golfing in the USA.  Pickleball and tennis have made a comeback in town, with courts available at city parks.  Get into the swing of it all!  Check out the youth soccer and baseball/softball ...
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Mineral County Correspondence – February 2017

Finding Hidden Jewels in Schurz The town advertises fireworks sold at several locations, a gas station with a mini market and some out buildings, laid out among a valley of residential homes within the vast fields on the northern edge of Mineral County’s Indian Reservation known as Schurz. Yet amidst this rural scene sits a treasure trove that is easily passed by unnoticed among these few Highway 95 sites. The Rock Chuck Gem and Mineral Gallery may give a first ...
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Mount Rose Correspondence – February 2017

2017 Tahoe Blizzard: A Postmortem It’s snowing again today in the Tahoe Sierra — as the first in a series of 3 storms this week moves onshore. These systems will impact the region with more snow. Cumulative storm totals may reach or exceed 5 feet in the upper elevations near the Sierra Crest by next Monday, but with any luck we won’t see anywhere near that at lake level. Hopefully no one will fault me for wanting a break from ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – February 2017

Snow, snow and more snow! That’s what we wanted, and that’s exactly what we got.  A good old fashioned Sierra dump.  The type of snowfall that makes people move out of town;  the type of storm that has longtime locals remembering the big ones from years past and remarking to one another that this might be a “real Tahoe winter.” It snowed four feet in one day at lake level and double that in the upper elevations.  Up on top ...
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Sledding at Spooner Summit

Nevada Correspondence – January 2017

In this edition: Baker, Ely, Eureka, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Lincoln County, Mesquite, Mineral County, South Lake Tahoe Baker Cross-country Skiing January is a great time to head out cross-country skiing, especially with the snow we’re hoping to get soon in and around Baker. A good place to go is the Baker Creek area in Great Basin National Park. Drive up to the gate just before Grey Cliffs (a pit toilet is available there), then ski (or snowshoe) up the road ...
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South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – March 2017

There are many roads to South Lake Tahoe, but during a stretch in February major highways into America’s year round ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – February 2017

Snow, snow and more snow! That’s what we wanted, and that’s exactly what we got.  A good old fashioned Sierra ...
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mountains from south shore, Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – January 2017

On New Year’s Day a lot of people wake up bleary-eyed and discombobulated from a night of saying goodbye to ...
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the loft in South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – December 2016

The wait is over .... The temperatures dropped and the snow started falling the weekend before Thanksgiving. Artificial snowmaking efforts ...
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A trio of young skiers at Heavenly Ski Resort

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – November 2016

November is a month of great anticipation: who is going to be elected the next president of the United States?  ...
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Tayler Creek, South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – October 2016

Lake Tahoe in October It happens every year: the subtle changes of the season, and you start to see and ...
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Iconic sternwheeler the Tahoe Queen undergoing repairs following extensive damage by a fire.

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – September 2016

Lake Tahoe Is Lovely in September Well, that’s a wrap on summer at Lake Tahoe.  Wait, no it isn’t: September ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – August 2016

South Lake Tahoe It’s the middle of the dog days of summer. The temperatures are hot, and life tends to ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – July 2016

South Lake Tahoe Entertainment is the word at South Lake Tahoe in the month of July.  There’s going to be ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – June 2016

South Lake Tahoe It's Summertime at Lake Tahoe! Here we go, summertime at Lake Tahoe! Three whole months of fun ...
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Elko

Elko Correspondence – February 2016

Elko Megateuthis  Makes its Debut in Elko The giant, mechanical squid known as Megateuthis was a Burning Man sensation this ...
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June in Elko

Elko Correspondence – June 2016

Elko Waterfalls and wildflowers June greetings from Elko. This is my first post, and I'm happy to be sharing stories ...
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Elko Correspondence – July 20016

Elko July Campouts I'm paraphrasing a line from one of the poets who recited earlier this year at the National ...
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September Hiking in the Rubies

Elko Correspondence – September 2016

September Hiking in the Rubies September is often the best time to hike in the Ruby Mountains, as the temperatures ...
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Lamoille Canyon in Fall

Elko Correspondence – October 2016

Fall Colors in Elko County A Fall brings a lot of changes to the mountains of Elko County, and one ...
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Boulder City

Boulder City Correspondence – February 2017

Keyhole Canyon If Zion Canyon in Utah is a cathedral where one feels the overwhelming glory of nature, then Keyhole ...
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Great Egret at Lake Mead

Boulder City Correspondence – December 2016

The Birds of Lake Mead Chirp, caw, quack, squawk, squeak, coo are parts of the cacophony of sounds performed in ...
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Boulder City is the Annual Art in the Park

Boulder City Correspondence – October 2016

Good Citizens The biggest event of the year in Boulder City is the Annual Art in the Park held downtown ...
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Alabama the Toilet-paper Man

Boulder City Correspondence – September 2016

A Walkable City & Alabam the Toilet-paper Man Everyone has seen something that looked like something but which they are ...
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Boulder City Correspondence – August 2016

Boulder City Lake Mead and Boulder City There would be no Boulder City without Lake Mead. Boulder City's was created ...
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Reno

Reno Correspondence – August 2016

Reno Arrrrrg maytees! August 13th brings the Reno Pirate Crawl. For anyone who enjoys the night-life, and pirates, this should ...
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Reno Correspondence – June 2016

Reno Reno Street Food and More An experience that most people know all too well is the dreaded “Where do ...
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Virginia Street Bridge in Reno

Reno Correspondence – May 2016

Reno Whether you are a dedicated metal-head, or just an open mind seeking new forms of entertainment, Reno’s local metal ...
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Reno Ukelele Festival

Reno Correspondence – April 2016

Reno If you are planning to travel to Reno in the month of April, you picked the right month! There ...
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Reno 7 Card Stud

Reno – Correspondence – September 2015

Reno The Last 7-Card Stud Game in Nevada The Eldorado has had a poker room for more than 25 years, ...
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Baker

Baker Correspondence – February 2017

Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp It’s winter, which means visitation is low, despite a record-breaking 130,000 visitors to Great ...
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Baker Correspondence – January 2017

Cross-country Skiing January is a great time to head out cross-country skiing, especially with the snow we’re hoping to get ...
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Great Basin National Park

Baker Correspondence – December 2016

Holiday Festivities help make the long nights sparkle in and near Baker The annual EskDale Banquet, with food, singing, orchestra, ...
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Beautiful November skies over Baker Nevada

Baker Correspondence – November 2016

November is a rather quiet month for the Baker area. Many of the local businesses close or reduce hours, but ...
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The Strawberry Fire viewed from Nevada Highway 487 near Baker

Baker Correspondence – September 2016

Strawberry Fire Update On August 8, 2016, smoke was spotted in upper Strawberry Creek drainage, on the north side of ...
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Gretchen - Bristlecone PineQ

Baker Correspondence – August 2016

Baker Great Basin National Park Celebrates National Park Service Centennial The National Park Service is turning 100 on August 25 ...
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Baker Correspondence – July 2016

Baker Escape the Heat There are three fun ways to escape the summer heat in Baker: get wet, go up ...
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Snake Valley Festival Parade

Baker Correspondence – June 2016

Baker The Snake Valley Festival The big event in Baker in June is the Snake Valley Festival, June 17-19, 2016 ...
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Snowy campsite at Wheel Peak Camp Ground

Baker Correspondence – May 2016

Baker The biggest special event for the month in Baker is the Great Basin National Park Centennial Bird BioBlitz. Held ...
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Baker Correspondence – April 2016

Baker  "April showers bring May flowers" We’re hoping for more rain in April, as it’s been a dry February and ...
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Carson Valley

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Hikes of the Month You know it's coming. Every primal thread in your body is on high alert for it, ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence – August 2016

Carson Valley Hike of the Month: Marlette Lake With summer temps peaking, Carson Valley folk are heading for the hills -- ...
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Upper Sweetwater Canyon

Carson Valley Correspondence – June 2016

Carson Valley Hike of the Month In under an hour's drive from Carson Valley lies a most majestic, surprising and ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence – May 2016

Carson Valley With the warming weather, Carson Valley's activity calendar is really ramping up! There are two iconic event series kicking ...
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Jobes Peak Trail hiking

Carson Valley Correspondence – April 2016

Winter returned to us in March, after an incredibly warm and dry February. But alas, spring is inevitable, and all critters, humans ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence – February 2016

Carson Valley Dangberg Ranch If you have any interest in the history of the Carson Valley or western agriculture, the Dangberg ...
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Mustangs in East Carson Valley

Carson Valley Correspondence – January 2016

Carson Valley Bighorn Sheep Outing at Walker Lake As enamored as we are with the Carson Valley, we looove us a good ...
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River Fork Ranch trail

Carson Valley – Correspondence – December 2015

Carson Valley We think the Carson Valley this time of year is the best place on Earth. The grasses with ...
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Tuscarora

Tuscarora Correspondence – May 2016

Tuscarora One Cowboy's Culinary Treat May Be Another Person's "Eww!" Old timers will tell you that some years branding calves ...
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Ben Parks opening his kiln Tuscarora

Tuscarora Correspondence – April 2016

Tuscarora Tuscarora's Souper-Man One of the busiest citizens of Tuscarora is Ben Parks, who divides his time between running the ...
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Tuscarora Correspondence – March 2016

Tuscarora A Conspiracy of Rabbits It’s quiet in Tuscarora these days and, most likely, will stay that way until spring ...
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Nevada Postcard by Marti Bein

Tuscarora Correspondence – January 2016

Tuscarora The Wild Women of Tuscarora If you are in Elko for the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, January 25-31, don’t miss ...
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Tuscarora Ladies Club

Tuscarora – Correspondence – December 2015

Tuscarora The Tuscarora Ladies Club Making apple and pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving and Christmas is the Tuscarora Ladies Club biggest ...
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Railfanning

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Railfanning – April 2016

Railfanning Clearing the way - Union Pacific "Snow Fighters" keep the trains moving in Winter Trains keep America running. They ...
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Snow Fighters Union Pacific Flanger

Railfanning – April 2016

Railfanning Clearing the way - Union Pacific "Snow Fighters" keep the trains moving in Winter Trains keep America running. They ...
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Nevada Northern Railway Locomotive No. 40 rolls out of the enginehouse

Railfanning Correspondence – March 2016

Railfanning Nevada Northern Railway Winter Steam Photo Spectacular Gallery Back in January, we told you about the Winter Steam Photo ...
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Railfanning Correspondence- February 2016

Railfanning See Nevada from the California Zephyr For a lot of people, railfanning means finding a location overlooking some railroad ...
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Railfanning January 2016

Railfanning Correspondence – January 2016

Railfanning Nevada Northern Railway Winter Steam Photo Spectacular Welcome to 2016, we hope you had a joyous holiday season and ...
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Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – March 2017

Diamond Jack's Picks for March If you come up with an idea in Las Vegas and it’s an idea that ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – February 2017

Las Vegas Romance?  Maybe not! It’s heart month, and what could be more warming then getting together with your significant ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – January 2017

Inside Las Vegas Since the weather outside in January could still be a little frightful in Las Vegas, it is ...
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Magical Forest at Opportunity Village Christmas

Las Vegas Correspondence – December 2016

Diamond Jack loves great art, and that includes LEGO art. Through Dec. 30 at The Park (on the Strip between ...
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Seasons Market, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – November 2016

Visit Suburban Las Vegas in November What should you do on Thanksgiving before getting tremendously overstuffed on that bird with ...
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Witches House, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – October 2016

A Is there anything better than a steak and a sublime glass of Scotch? I can answer that question: no, ...
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Siegried & Roy’s Tiger Cubs Celebrated Their First Birthday

Las Vegas Correspondence – September 2016

Welcome to beautiful, cool and relaxing Las Vegas! The SPE Wacky World of Sports is being held on Saturday, 9/17/16, ...
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Lamoille Canyon

Elko Correspondence – August 2016

Elko Exploring Elko County’s History -- Aspen Tree Carvings The back roads of Elko County are perfect for exploring in ...
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Neon Museum Fossil Welcome to Las Vegas Watch

Las Vegas Correspondence – August 2016

Las Vegas Topgolf plus Blackjack at The El Cortez Diamond Jack doesn’t golf anymore. After several years of chasing the ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – July 2016

Las Vegas Star-Spangled Banner Weekend in Las Vegas There are so many places to go for free entertainment during the ...
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The Park in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – June 2016

Las Vegas The Park Diamond Jack was born and raised in Kansas City, MO, and he knows parks. Kansas City ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – May 2016

Las Vegas No May showers for this bunch of festivals! We started with a few festivals in our April edition ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – April 2016

Las Vegas Bound at the Cromwell & Minus5 Ice Bar There is always something new to be learned, and I ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – March 2016

Las Vegas March is Sports month in Las Vegas! Let March Madness begin! March is the true beginning of the ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence – February 2016

Las Vegas Beer Park by Budweiser Beer Park by Budweiser at Paris Hotel is another reason why there is only ...
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Yoga with dolphins

Las Vegas Correspondence – January 2016

Las Vegas In Las Vegas, It's That Time of Year for ... Exercise! Sure, you could go to the fitness ...
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Las Vegas – Correspondence – December 2015

Las Vegas In some parts of our glorious state, there is snow, sleet, hail and rain. In Las Vegas, there ...
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Sea Monsters Revealed exhibit will open adjacent to Shark Reef Aquarium inside Mandalay Bay

Las Vegas – Correspondence – October 2015

Las Vegas It's time for Oktoberfest in Las Vegas! Motley Brews presents the Las Vegas Downtown Brew Festival on October ...
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Voodoo Zip Line Rio Hotel

Las Vegas – Correspondence – September 2015

Las Vegas Rio Hotel & Casino How often do you visit the Rio Hotel & Casino? You might be missing ...
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Pablo Picasso is on display at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

Las Vegas – Correspondence – August 2015

Las Vegas Since pizza is one of the five main food groups, I only eat the very best. Not a ...
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Mesquite

Mesquite Correspondence – February 2017

Mesquite is home to all things spherical during the month of February.  Soccer, baseball, and golf dominate the emerald green ...
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Mesquite Correspondence – January 2017

Mesquite Outdoors hits its stride in the New Year While the north country is shivering, Mesquite basks in beautiful sunny ...
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Sparling gifts at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery Christmas Boutique

Mesquite Correspondence – December 2016

Mesquite Sparkles as it Shares the Spirit of the Holidays ‘Tis the season of sharing, and no place shows its ...
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Iconic Falling Man, Mesquite Nevada

Mesquite Correspondence – November 2016

Mesquite “Strikes Gold” At last the temperatures have dropped below triple digits and it’s time to turn to some of ...
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At the end of the drive golfers can rock out in the Backyard

Mesquite Correspondence – October 2016

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch in Mesquite In the past year, Mesquite has burnished its brand as a sports mecca ...
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Mesquite Correspondence – August 2016

Mesquite Mesquite Celebrates a “Double Rainbow” at New Exit 118 Mesquite celebrated the official opening of its third I-15 freeway ...
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Mesquite Correspondence 2016

Mesquite Correspondence – January 2016

Mesquite Mesquite is a town that thrives on good times. Guests come for the sunshine and outdoor sports, but January ...
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Mesquite – Correspondence – November 2015

Mesquite Mesquite is back in action! Mesquite continues to offer attractions that make the town an outdoor sports paradise as ...
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The Big Lonely, Mesquite Film Festival

Mesquite – Correspondence – October 2015

Mesquite Mesquite’s “Best of Fest” Film Festival, Oct 5-8 Just in time for the arrival of snowbirds and all film ...
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Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery

Mesquite – Correspondence – September 2015

Mesquite You are Invited to Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational No RSVP needed to experience this lavish display of art! Mesquite ...
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Tonopah

Tonopah Correspondence – May 2016

Tonopah A Glimpse of Tonopah Here is a glimpse into a few things of many that you can do on ...
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Ely

Ely Correspondence – March 2017

Ely and White Pine County: Full of History During its past, Ely was a mining town.  In the 1870s and ...
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Ely Correspondence – February 2017

Ely's Nevada Northern Railway Photo Shoot The whistle from the steam engine echoes across the valley as the white, puffy ...
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Ely Correspondence – January 2017

Fire and Ice Festival Snow and Ice Sculpture Competition Cave Lake State Park is the location for the Snow and ...
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Lehman Cave mural, Ely, NV

Ely Correspondence – December 2016

Ely Adds Two New Murals This summer saw the addition of two murals to the outdoor art that tells the ...
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The Polar Express of Ely brings the story to life

Ely Correspondence – November 2016

Ely Celebrates the Christmas Holiday The small hometown of Ely begins the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend and then offers a ...
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Halloween in Ely

Ely Correspondence – October 2016

Halloween in Ely A Ely celebrates the fall harvest and Halloween in a variety of ways, all designed to take ...
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Mount Moriah

Ely Correspondence – September 2016

Great Basin College Fall Field Trips Two field trips are being offered by the Great Basin College during the Fall ...
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Ely Correspondence – August 2016

Ely Ely in August There are always a variety of great events and happenings in Ely, but August especially has ...
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Ely Correspondence – July 2016

Ely National Speleological Society Convention in Ely The National Speleological Society (NSS) will hold their 2016 Convention in Ely, Nevada, ...
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Ely Renaissance Village Store

Ely Correspondence – June 2016

Ely Ely’s Renaissance Village Has New Residents In 2005, the Ely Renaissance Society purchased a piece of property from the ...
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Lincoln County

Lincoln County Correspondence – March 2017

"P" stands for Pahranagat Does your town or community have a letter of the alphabet high on a mountain side ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - February 2017

Lincoln County Correspondence – February 2017

Free Roaming Burros and a Remarkable Mule in 1930s Pioche Pioche, Nevada, in the days of the Great Depression and ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence – January 2017

Fine Dining in Lincoln County Windmill Ridge was awarded a Hotel of the Year Shout-Out in 2013 Lincoln County’s only ...
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Drone Demo, Lincoln County

Lincoln County Correspondence – December 2016

Drone Demo at Alamo Airport A The hottest things in aeronautics at present aren’t stealth bombers, advanced jet fighters or bigger ...
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Pahranagat Valley right on defense against Tonopah in a recent game

Lincoln County Correspondence – November 2016

Forfeit gives Pahranagat football 100th win Allow us to crow a little bit again. Only two schools in the over-a-century ...
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Silver City

Silver City Correspondence – June 2016

Silver City Silver City Welcomes Visitors to Its Free Summer Events When you're exploring the Comstock and northwestern Nevada this ...
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Silver City Correspondence – April 2016

Silver City Silver City, Nevada: 50 Years of Arts and Cultural Resources Production Although the residents of Silver City, Nevada ...
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Winter scene in Silver

Silver City Correspondence – January 2016

Silver City Visit Silver City's 1860 Post Office The Comstock community of Silver City, Nevada is sometimes mislabeled a "ghost ...
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Wendover

Salt City Cycle Cab

West Wendover Correspondence – November 2015

West Wendover Casinos Killed Wendover Bicycle Taxi Says Owner The owner of a bicycle taxi service threw in the towel ...
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Wendover Pedicab

Wendover Correspondence – October 2015

West Wendover Local Pedicab Service Hits Casino Roadblock Pedicabs, or bicycle powered rickshaws, will not be coming to Wendover as ...
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Virginia City

VT Candy Cane Express

Virginia City Correspondence – December 2016

The V & T Candy Cane Express Train All aboard the holiday train! The Virginia & Truckee Railroad will host ...
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The Virginia City Hillclimb

Virginia City Correspondence – September 2016

The Virginia City Hillclimb As August drew to a close, the Ferrari Club's Virginia City Hillclimb brought some spectacular automobiles ...
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Virginia City Correspondence – August 2016

Virginia City Hot August Nights Kicks Off in Virginia City Picture perfect weather embraced the kickoff weekend of Hot August ...
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Virginia City Thomas's Day Out

Virginia City Correspondence – November 2015

Virginia City "A Day Out With Thomas" Thrills Kids in Virginia City The antique Virginia & Truckee Railroad in Virginia ...
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Gold Point

Gold Point Fire

Gold Point Correspondence – November 2015

Gold Point It’s almost that time of year when the ghosts and goblins come out in your neck of the ...
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Laughlin

Laughlin Correspondence – March 2017

E Center Attracts Headliners Loggins, Mandel and Robinson The E Center at the Edgewater has a “fab” lineup in March ...
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Laughlin Correspondence – February 2017

Shooter Jennings Headlines at the Riverside with Waymore’s Outlaws will perform in Don’s Celebrity Theatre at the Riverside Resort Feb ...
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Laughlin Correspondence – January 2017

Pointer Sisters to appear at the Edgewater The Pointer Sisters will headline the E Center at the Edgewater on Saturday, ...
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Gladys Knight Laughlin

Laughlin Correspondence – December 2016

Bill Engvall Headlines Edgewater's E Center Top comedian Bill Engvall will be center stage at the E Center on Saturday, ...
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Ray Anthony as Richie Valens

Laughlin Correspondence – October 2016

Neil Sedaka Will Light Up the E Center Multi-talented Neil Sedaka will be singing his many hits and playing piano ...
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Sparks

Last Chance Joe's Last Chance

Sparks Correspondence – August 2015

Sparks Last Chance Joe’s Last Chance is Now The Sparks Heritage Museum, dba Sparks Museum and Cultural Center, working with ...
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Hawthorne

Hawthorne Ordnance Museum

Hawthorne Correspondence – December 2016

Historic Hawthorne’s Guns and Roses With awe inspiring views of Mount Grant and Walker Lake, Hawthorne is nestled in as ...
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Hawthorne Tornado

Hawthorne – Correspondence – July 2015

Hawthorne The Hawthorne Tornado: The first damage done by the tornado was out at the “Base,” Area 49, just east of ...
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Eureka

Eureka Correspondence – January 2017

New Murals adorn Main Street buildings A mining mural and a cowboy silhouette were recently added to two historic buildings ...
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Midway Machine

Eureka – Correspondence – July 2015

Eureka Eureka is talking about open pit mining and vultures, and unlike the Comstock these are two different topics here. The ...
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