Caliente Beautification Committee Hosts Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

The Caliente Beautification Committee held its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Depot at 7 p.m. last Saturday. Residents take their children to this annual event so they can sit on Santa’s lap, chat and get a candy cane. “Many thanks to Bob … [Read more...]

Meadow Valley Bridge Complete

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the bridge over the Meadow Valley Wash leading to the Caliente Youth Center was held Nov. 17 at 11:45 a.m. Many city officials, city workers, Caliente Youth Center employees, residents and representatives from … [Read more...]

‘Bundle of Loose-Limbed Energy’ Set to Perform at Opera House

Critically-acclaimed Musician Jalan Crossland will appear Nov. 1 at The Thompson’s Opera House in Pioche at 7 p.m.  Known as an “endemic Wyoming treasure,” according to his website, Crossland “is widely acclaimed by audiences, critics and his musical … [Read more...]

City Council Seeking Input from Residents on Block Grant

The first public hearing to discuss possible actions for funding under the next fiscal year’s State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program and solicit citizen input on possible activities to be included in the application was held at the O … [Read more...]

Grover C. Dils Ladies Auxiliary President Retires After 15 Years

At the August Grover C. Dils meeting, Auxiliary President Jan Spencer announced her retirement after serving 15 years of service. Along with Spencer’s retirement, Nancy Gloeckner, another long-time volunteer, also announced her retirement. “We had … [Read more...]

Caliente rummage sale on tap

RSVP will be having a rummage sale at the Caliente Depot, in the Art Room on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22. “Donations are needed,” said June Taylor, Field Representative for RSVP. Please call 775-726-3126 for further inf … [Read more...]

County Comes Out to Walk for Cancer

Eagle Valley Resort held its 16th Annual Cancer Walk on Saturday morning. All proceeds raised went to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. Participants paid $25 to join the walk and also received a … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council Meets

Mark Hall Patton from the Henderson Historical Society attended the Caliente City Council meeting on September 15  at the City Hall. Besides being an expert on history, Patton is also well known for his regular appearances on HISTORY’s Pawn St … [Read more...]

Cathedral Gorge Holds Biggest Dutch Oven Cook-Off yet

Cathedral Gorge State Park held its 12th Annual Dutch Oven Cook-Off Saturday evening. It’s a tasty event where cooks put their culinary skills to the test to win great prizes. This year’s event drew the most participants since its inception. The … [Read more...]

Consignment Store Adds Tourist Information Center to Business

Treasure Hunters Classy Consignments, located at 197 Clover Street in Caliente, recently created a tourist/information center for Lincoln County tourists. Randy Alfano, proprietor of Treasure Hunters, constructed a Kiosk and a T-shirt stand and … [Read more...]

Lincoln County RSVP in danger of losing programs

An advisory board was formed for RSVP in Lincoln County because the the organization in danger of losing some of its programs that help local senior citizens. The goal is to come up with ideas to raise money and to gain volunteers to help save the … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council Changes Employee Hiring Policy

It was a full house at the last Caliente City Council Meeting on the night of Sept. 1 at the Depot. Mayor Stana Hurlburt and the entire Caliente City Council members were present. The biggest topic of the night was to approve or deny the hiring … [Read more...]

RSVP Forming Advisory Council

The Caliente Retired Senior Volunteer Program, better known as RSVP is in the process of forming an Advisory Council Committee, said Field Representative June Taylor. “The Committee’s goal is to raise money to help lower the costs for Lifeline and … [Read more...]

Silver State Trailblazers Ride Through Caliente

The fifth annual Silver State Trailblazers Muley Run took place Saturday Aug. 27 in Caliente. Round 5 of the Kenda/SRT AMA National Hare and Hound Championship was won by Arizona Factory KTM/MF racer Taylor Robert. Robert recently was overseas … [Read more...]

Swimming Pool in Caliente has Good Year

The Caliente City Council received good news during its regular meeting Aug. 18 regarding the local swimming pool. Mayor Stana Hurlburt reported that “it was a great year, maybe the best ever, this year at the Caliente Swimming Pool. We had more f … [Read more...]

Caliente City Council News

At the Aug. 4 meeting, the council passed an approval of Chad and Brenda Young’s parcel map, separating their residence from the Young’s RV Park property. Next was the approval of a business license for Erin and Samuel Larsen, LuLaRoe Lovin Lar … [Read more...]

After $2.5M Makeover, Open House Held for Lincoln Senior Housing

Carefree Living held its open house on July 28. A newly remodeled apartment was open for viewing to all who attended. Donuts and beverages were provided. With new construction near completion, the name of the senior apartments is changings. “New b … [Read more...]

Caliente Thrift Shop Holding Bag Sale Throughout August

The Caliente Grover C. Dils Ladies Auxiliary held its monthly meeting on July 26 at 3 p.m. The board’s monthly meeting is always the last Tuesday at 3 p.m. The Caliente Thrift Shop will be holding its $3 bag sale the entire month of August. Two b … [Read more...]

FBI Continues Investigation

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City Council News

The Caliente City Council meeting held on July 21 opened with the approval for Silver State Trailblazers’ request to re-route the race course for the Aug. 27 National Hare and Hound Championship, which will be held in Caliente. Regan Gubler presented … [Read more...]