Author: Lincoln County Central

April 20, 2018

Business DirectoryAttorneys Auto Dealers Banks or Credit Unions Community Organizations Content Creation Services Construction Graphic Design Services Grocery Stores Hardware Stores – Alamo Home Loans Insurance Lodging Marketing Services Optometrist (Eye Care) Resorts Tupperware Water Well Services Web Design...

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Dorla Dean Crothers

Dorla Dean Crothers (Nan) was born in Liberal, Kansas, October 27, 1929 to Adrian and Osa Nolder of Turpin, OK. She and her three siblings were raised on a wheat and cattle ranch in the Panhandle of Oklahoma. She passed away peacefully on April 13, 2018 in Caliente, NV. She married William Crothers in 1956 in Las Vegas, NV and lived there until 2006 when they moved to Caliente. Together they raised two children, Rick and Rhonda and one grandchild, Chase. Dorla worked for the airline industry for 37 ½ years. First for Western until they merged with Delta....

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Roy Joseph West

Roy Joseph (Joe) West of Caliente, Nevada, our son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on April 8, 2018 after an intense battle with ALS. Joe was born to LeRoy Lewis West and Lorna (Hamblin) West in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 1, 1953. He was the middle of five siblings with one sister and three brothers. He was raised in mostly San Jose, CA, and as a child he loved baseball and getting into trouble. He is a lifelong, avid fan of the San Francisco Giants and he also loves BYU sports, the Golden State Warriors,...

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, CUSTOMERS SHOULD BE ABLE TO SHOP FOR ELECTRICTY – A RURAL UTILITY’S RESPONSE During the first week of April, Thomas Mitchell’s weekly commentary was titled “Customers should be able to shop for electricity.” The commentary was a general support of the Energy Choice initiative. This initiative will appear as Question 3 on the November ballot. Like many of you who read his column, I respect Thomas as a columnist and generally agree with his commentaries. But in this case I think he overlooked an important issue. The underlying basis for his overall conclusion is that competition is...

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LDS Church Announces New Bishopric for Hiko

On Sunday, March 25, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints announced the formation of a new bishopric in the Hiko area. An LDS bishop is the leader of a local congregation (known as a ward) with duties similar to those of a pastor.. Brian Higbee has been set apart as the new bishop for the Hiko Ward and has selected Ken Maxwell and Lane Leavitt to act as his councilors. “The Lord Jesus Christ has called a new bishop,” said President Paul Mathews, of the Panaca Nevada Stake, which encompasses all LDS congregations in Lincoln County. “This...

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