Beryl Warner-Adair

  God received another angel in heaven when He called home Beryl Wa r n e r -Ad a i r. She was born Dec. 4, 1958 to (the late) Marvel and Orlando (Toby) Warner in Fallon and lived in Hawthorne most of her life. She passed away at Mount Grant General Hospital on April 5, 2016. She is survived by her husband Steven R. Adair; son Kenneth R.… [More…]

April 7, 2016

Delpha Madrid

Delpha Madrid Jan. 30, 1921 – Jan. 27, 2016 Delpha Madrid, beloved mother and grandmother passed away on January 27, 2016 at Manor Care at Wingfield Springs, Sparks. Delpha was born to Jose D. and Delpha Martinez on Jan. 30, 1921 in Pagosa Springs, Colo. She graduated from Pagosa Springs High School in 1940. She met her soul mate Eligio D. Madrid and on Sept. 7,… [More…]

CAHS holds essay and picture contest for students

Mineral County Elementary School participated in CAHS’s “What Does a Happy and Healthy Family Mean to Me?” essay and picture contest March 21-25. CAHS received about 42 entries from first through fourth graders. Everyone did such a great job. CAHS wanted to get the children involved with upcoming Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness month in a positive way. Happy… [More…]

MCHS girls continue hot streak

The Mineral County High softball team swept a double header for the second weekend in a row this past Saturday against Silver Stage. Hailey Lahre opened the scoring for the home team and in the first inning for an infield 3-run homerun. She finished with five RBIs in the game. Julianna Williams also had a big hit as she cleared the bases… [More…]

Rhonda Crawford-Crowley

Rhonda Crawford-Crowley was born in Hawthorne on Sept. 25, 1960 to Rella and (the late) Jack Crawford. She passed away in her home on March 31, leaving behind her partner of over 11 years, Stewart Harrington and their beloved animals: Ranchie; Tessi; Spooky; Simba and Sheeba. Rhonda is survived by her mother, Rella Crawford; four sisters: Becky, Patti, Neva and Jeri and… [More…]

Army Depot walks for a cause

Monday, April 4, LTC Gregory Gibbons called upon all Army personnel, Department of the Army civilians and SOC Nevada’s management, workforce and their families to increase their participation in efforts to prevent sexual assault and sexual harassment. An official Proclamation signed by the Commander was read from the steps of Building 1 and presented to every SOC Nevada employee on Monday.… [More…]

Serpents take 2 from Silver Stage; improve to 9-4

It was a hot 70 degrees at Saturday’s Mineral County High baseball game, but not nearly as hot as the base paths were after the Serpent speedsters raced passed the 2A Silver Stage Nighthawks twice. The Serpents stole a total of 27 bases on the day as they manufactured both wins of the double-header by scores of 7-3 and 11-2. Junior Left-hander Brandon… [More…]

Georgana Pearl Mayne

Georgana Pearl Mayne went to be with the Lord on the morning of April 4, 2016 at 8:15 a.m. She was born on Sept. 4, 1951 in Sacramento, Calif. to Myrel and Lori Willeford. She grew up and graduated high school in Napa, Calif. and later married and moved to Hawthorne in 1978, where she lived happily the remainder of her years. She leaves behind her husband of 40 years, Larry… [More…]

Donnie R. Marshall-Bell

Donnie R. “Tiny” Marshall-Bell a resident of Winnemuca passed peacefully on March 30, 2016 at the Veterans Hospital in Reno after a long illness. He was born Dec. 1, 1941 in Burkburnette, Texas. Donnie received an Honors Escort from the hospital after he passed away. The American flag was draped over his gurney and all of the veteran’s saluted him as he was moved down the hallway. It was… [More…]