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...]

Hurlburt oversees final Caliente City Council meeting

The Caliente City Council held a special meeting on June 21. Canvass the election results of the June 13, there were 213 ballots cast with the outcome of 108 for George Tommy Rowe and 103 for Victor Jones. With two ballets with comments and no … [Read more...]

Vets receive free legal assistance

With the sound of racers and the train coming through town, the Legal Assistance for Veterans event was held last Friday morning at the Caliente Depot. A handful of people waiting signed in to what was available to them. Services provided to … [Read more...]

New carpet business set to open tomorrow in Caliente

A new business will open its doors tomorrow in Caliente. Frank and Indie Adams, from St. George, Utah, expanded their business Mr. Karpet to serve Lincoln County. They have been doing business in the area for some time now and decided to be … [Read more...]

Increased trash fee draws big crowd to city council meeting

There was a packed house at the city council meeting June 1 compared to the usual four or five attending. Mayor Hurlburt and Councilman Ahlstrom were absent. A conditional use permit for Frank Scuff to have two Nigerian Dwarf Goats was tabled due … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

At the May 18 Caliente City Council meeting, the council approved the hiring of seasonal lifeguards - Chase Curtis, Cody Dirks, Keeyle Jackson, Tristan Harrington, Allen Toledo and Sadie Teale. Some were part of the JAG Program taught by CaraLee … [Read more...]

Republican Central Committee holds meeting

The Lincoln County Republican Central Committee met April 22 at the home of Paul and Patty Long. Jim Shane, new chairman began the meeting with the pledge and introduction of new members. The committee went on to discuss splitting the vice chair … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

Four business licenses were approved by the Caliente City Council at its recent meeting. Tall Bike ED’s Unlimited plans to have bike rentals, visitors guides, souvenirs and photos. Three were approved for cleaning services - Kassidi Krreci, H … [Read more...]

Caliente Lodge honors teachers

Teachers are often overlooked for all the extras they do: the encouraging words at the right time, a hug or smile these are the things we see. What is unseen is the extras they take out of their finances when the supplies are running low or just … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

At the latest Caliente City Council meeting, interest in purchase or leasing the Caliente Old Firehouse was presented by Anna Perkins and Mikaela Powers. Dylan Frehner will look into what steps need to be taken. Approval for Best in the Desert NV … [Read more...]

Soup Suppers

During Lent, the Caliente Community United Methodist Church has “Soup Suppers” every Wednesday from 4:30 to 6 p.m., free of charge and open to everyone. This will take place until April 12. There are different soups each week, along with bread and des … [Read more...]

Olson senior center elects officers

The monthly meeting for the Olson Senior Center was held Feb. 21 at the center. Officer elections were done. Bonnie Hadden was put in as president and Lura Beshears as vice president. These will be one-year terms. Charon Sampson stayed as … [Read more...]

Council approves letter of support for Vortex project

Steve Culverwell gave a presentation on information he has researched on Vortex Power Inc. and owner Jim VanNatta at the Caliente City Council meeting Feb. 16. Culverwell said he had made phone calls to many of the people involved with this project … [Read more...]