The One-time Town of Six Mile


The morning sun had been up about an hour when Arlo Mathers pulled up in his truck, got out, and stretched. Six Mile Canyon Road was quiet as he looked up towards the site and remains of Big Jim Davis' 1870s silver forge. That's what Arlo liked about the Comstock, not only Virginia City but … Continue reading The One-time Town of Six Mile

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U.S. Senator Harry Reid, 1939-2021


Flags are at half staff in memory of former Nevada U.S. Senator Harry Reid, who died at his home in Henderson, Nev., on Tue., Dec. 29, 2021, at 82. His wife, Landra Reid, said in a statement that he passed “peacefully” surrounded by friends “following a courageous, four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.” “Harry was a … Continue reading U.S. Senator Harry Reid, 1939-2021

Dominion Voting Machines Make the Nevada News Cycle Again


Lander and Elko Counties in Nevada are talking about replacing equipment manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems. It comes amid ongoing concerns about tampering and fraud that evidence, wholly ignored by the media and political elites, tying the equipment to Venezuela and George Soros. And like a good lapdog, the Associated Press got out front of … Continue reading Dominion Voting Machines Make the Nevada News Cycle Again