Clark Publications is Closing
By Lorraine Clark
Clark Publications was founded in 1989 in Round Mountain, Nevada, relocated to Ely in 1995, and then relocated to Dayton in 2017. Lorraine and Darl have worked for decades promoting rural Nevada.
After 30 years, it is time to retire Clark Publications. After doing a variety of publications about rural Nevada, including Reflections magazine, an art and entertainment journal published quarterly, for fifteen years. The magazine has been online as part of ruralnevadanews.com for several years. Lorraine plans to continue to write as ideas come.
Lorraine and Darl have been residents of Nevada for over 45 years. Lorraine has a Master of Arts degree in literature, language and composition and taught English and writing for nearly 20 years. Darl is retired from the US Army and is an artist doing oil and water color paintings and metal sculptures. His work is featured at the Art Bank in Ely and The Louve Gallery in Grass Valley, California.
Patricia Fua does the website work for the online magazine ruralnevadanews.com and maintains the Facebook pages.
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Ely, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management’s Caliente Field Office is making Christmas tree-cutting permits available to the public. Permits cost $4 each with a limit of 10 per purchaser. Purchase permits in-person at the Caliente Field Office, by telephone or through the mail.
The field office will conduct over-the-counter sales from Tuesday, Oct. 1, through Monday, Dec. 23, or until all the permits are sold, whichever comes first. The field office is located at 1400 S. Front Street, in Caliente. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office will also be open to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturdays-only, November 30, December 7, and December 14, 2019.
The field office will accept mail-in requests on a “first-come first-serve” basis through Friday, Nov. 22. All mail-in applications must include payment in the form of a check or money order. Please do NOT send cash. Requests should be addressed to the BLM Caliente Field Office, PO Box 237, Caliente, NV 89008, Attn: Christmas Tree Permits. Please allow two weeks for processing. Credit and debit cards are also accepted by calling the field office at 775-726-8100.
Christmas trees may be harvested on all BLM-administered lands except those designated as wilderness and wilderness study areas. Only pinion-pine and juniper trees may be harvested. The cutting of all other trees is prohibited.
Permit applications and maps of tree-cutting areas are available at the Caliente Field Office. For more information, call the Caliente Field Office at 775-726-8100.
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BLM Suspends Seaman and White River Herd Areas Wild Horse Gather in Eastern Nevada
ELY, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has suspended the Seaman and White River Herd Areas (HAs) wild horse gather in eastern Nevada. Due to unseasonably warm and dry fall conditions, excess wild horses remaining in the White River HA are in heavy pinyon-juniper in the higher elevations of the wilderness. The BLM will resume gather operations in January when the horses return to the valleys.
Gather operations began November 12 and concluded November 20. The BLM gathered and removed 294 excess wild horses from in and around the Seaman and White River HAs. The BLM had planned to gather and remove up to 450 excess wild horses. The gather was conducted by the BLM Bristlecone and Caliente field offices, in conjunction with the Basin and Range National Monument.
The purpose of this gather is to remove all excess wild horses from areas not designated for or suitable to their long-term management and prevent further degradation of public lands. In the 2008 Ely Resource Management Plan, the BLM decided to manage this area for zero wild horses as it no longer met the criteria for maintaining a thriving ecological balance with multiple uses as authorized under the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act and the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976. The gather is necessary to improve watershed health, protect wild horse health, and make significant progress towards achieving Mojave-Southern Great Basin Resource Advisory Council Standards for Rangeland Health.
The BLM transported wild horses removed from the range to the Ridgecrest Regional Wild Horse and Burro Corrals in Ridgecrest, California, to be readied for the BLM’s wild horse and burro Adoption and Sale Program. Wild horses not adopted or sold will be placed in long-term pastures where they will be humanely cared for and retain their “wild” status and protection under the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act.
Additional gather information is available on the BLM website at https://go.usa.gov/xpTmp.
For more information, contact Chris Hanefeld, BLM Ely District public affairs specialist, at (775) 289-1842 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa's Reindeer Flyer to visit Santa at the North Pole
This magical family adventure departs from Ely, Nevada to go see, meet, and ride with Santa at the North Pole. It's Santa's North Pole Tradition for you and the entire family!
Along the way we will meet a lively bunch of Santa's helpers, including Santa's elves. We will all be served hot chocolate and cookies while singing along with all of the holiday favorites that we know and love. Of course, photo-ops are plentiful along the way, so bring your camera and dress the part, if you like. Sure, pajamas are very much in style on this family train ride
Everyone will experience that magic moment when the train arrives at the North Pole, where Santa Claus himself will join us! Santa will board the train and personally present each child their own special gift so they can always remember the sprit of Christmas, and their Christmas train ride on Santa's Reindeer Flyer.
Santa's Elves are honored that Nevada Northern Railway's Reindeer Flyer Children's Christmas Train Ride has been voted as the "Best Special Event in Rural Nevada" by readers of Nevada Magazine.
Upcoming Events for Ely Nevada
Sunday, December 1 - 5
Festival of Trees
Friday, December 6
Festival of Trees Auction
Saturday, December 7
10:00am Crafters Christmas Bazaar
4:30pm "Old Fashion Christmas Parade"
5:00pm Community Christmas Tree Lighting
Wednesday, December 25
Ministerial Society Christmas Dinner
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