Caliente City Council News

During the Nov. 2 Caliente City Council meeting, Connie Simkins of Nuclear Oversight gave a presentation on Yucca Mountain. The status of Yucca Mountain has not been decided. The Trump administration has recommended more time to finish the review … [Read more...]

Strong Turnout for Community Prayer Event in Caliente

It seemed appropriate that there were jets flying over as churches throughout Lincoln County gathered at the Caliente firehouse for the second annual Community Day of Prayer. This was a non-denominational event where all community members were … [Read more...]

Laxalt’s Tour Through Nevada Makes Its Way to Caliente

Last Friday afternoon, the Knotty Pine Restaurant was filled with people waiting to welcome Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt. The AG recently announced he is running for Governor of Nevada and has been touring each county in the … [Read more...]

City Council News

Mayor Tommy Rowe opened the most recent Caliente City Council meeting by greeting the people and congratulating Councilman Victor Jones for getting his certificate for becoming a Certified Public Official. The city also received plaques from Caliente … [Read more...]

RSVP Recognizes Volunteers

RSVP held its award banquet at the Caliente Fire Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 4. With a table of sandwich makings catered by Great Basin Food and salads provided by volunteers, the room filled with volunteers from Pioche, Panaca, and Caliente. A gift … [Read more...]

LCAT looking to Promote Tourism

The Lincoln County Authority of Tourism (LCAT) held a meeting on Sept. 12 at the Extension Office. According to Marcia Hurd, President of LCAT, one of the main focuses was to promote tourism into the area. LCAT also helps organizations that do not … [Read more...]

City Council News

At the most recent Caliente City Council meeting, the council approved a conditional use permit for a year and business license to Rheajean Roberts to have a vacation rental, “Caliente Cottage Street,” at 290 Main Street. The Planning Commission also … [Read more...]

Grover C. Dils holds Annual Health Fair

The Grover C. Dils Medical Center (GCDMC) held its annual Health Fair at the Caliente Fire Hall on Sept. 16. As always, it was well attended by both adults and kids interested in new attractions. Tables included IsAgenix, a healthier way to lose … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council Approves Bike Trail Construction

The final design proposal from American Ramp Company on the Mountain Bike Skills and Bike Park was before the Caliente City Council at a recent special meeting. Ken Dixon told the council about a contract change order, taking out two ramps and … [Read more...]

Community Cares Day held at Caliente Elementary

Driving towards Caliente Elementary School on Monday morning, the streets were lined with school buses. It was Community Cares Day, which was being held at the elementary school. Students from Alamo, Panaca, and Pioche joined Caliente students to … [Read more...]

Residents Walk for Suicide Prevention

Saturday was the annual Suicide Prevention Community Walk, held at Linear Meadow Valley Walkway in Caliente. Close to 20 people showed up to walk in remembrance of those lost to suicide. Janie Rippetoe, with Lincoln Counseling and Supportive … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

The first item on the agenda during the Sept. 7 Caliente City Council meeting was Dana Lee Fruend, the art director of Creative Artists of Lincoln County (CALC), asking the council for the use of what is known as the Art Room in the Depot. It has and … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

The Caliente City Council voted to approve boundary line adjustments for Jim Henesh, combining his property with a lot he acquired in quiet title action. This will not affect any other property. The request to reduce the special event garbage fee … [Read more...]

Hospital Board News

The hospital held its monthly board meeting last Tuesday. The CEO contract for Jason Bleak was on the agenda for approval. Bleak requested that the board give him the same raise as other employees are getting and not follow his contract. He asked … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

With lightning, thunder, and rain pouring outside, the Caliente City Council held their meeting on Aug. 3. The council approved to donate up to $1,000 to the Caliente Senior Center to help pay for liability insurance on the building. Bonnie Hadden … [Read more...]

Orchestra Plays at Depot

With the sun setting on August 4, a touch of culture came to the Caliente Depot, taking many back in time when families gathered around the radio in their homes and listened to the sound of an orchestra playing. As Tinkle Bass played, the Swallows … [Read more...]

Caliente blood drive successful

The Caliente Community Blood Drive had a good turn out, with 24 pints collected. This is up from the last blood drive. Organizers gave a big thank you to all those who donated, to the Methodist Church who allows the use of Gray Hall for this … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council meets

Mayor Rowe called the latest Caliente City Council meeting to order with the presentation of the flag by Ben Segler and the pledge led by Eagle Scout McGarren Segler. The council approved the appointment of John Ahlstrom to fill the vacant seat on … [Read more...]

Surprise! Community honors outgoing Caliente mayor

A surprise retirement party was held for Mayor Stana Hurlburt - who ended her tenure on July 1. The room at the Depot was set up with tables, chairs and the smell of tacos, with beach decorations, a large group of people waited for her arrival. … [Read more...]

Food, fun, fireworks and a parade in Caliente

The traditional boom kicked off Caliente’s annual 4th of July celebration of freedom and summer fun. Next was the firemen’s breakfast at Rose Memorial Park, featuring pancakes, eggs, sausage and coffee. By 10 a.m. the streets were lining up with ch … [Read more...]