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Contributor: Linda Zimmerman In the spring of 1965, a small group Northern Nevada Arabian horse owners met with the intention of forming a club supportive of the Arabian horses’ multi talents and bonding the Arabian owners, as well.  The result was that in September of 1965, the Nevada Secretary of State recognized the formation of Comstock Arabian Association.  Some of the names of those gathered at that formative meeting may be familiar to ‘old time’
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Remembering-Chuck-Corley
January 25, 1935 – May 8th 2021 The Corley family lost one of its own, Chuck Corley 89, beloved brother of Jon Corley. As most of us know, the Corley family is a well-known Carson Valley Ranch Family. Jon and Paula are known for their charitable activities in our communiy. They are also the founders of the great Harvest Festival Pumpkin Patch held every October here in Gardnerville. The Corley Ranch is now operated by
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rotary club
The Rotary Club of Smith Valley recently celebrated its 75th anniversary of being chartered in 1946. That’s a lot of history for a club that typically averages 30 – 35 members at any given time. And while it started out as a men’s club, since 1987 women have been joining Rotary in ever greater numbers. It is generally accepted that people join Rotary for fellowship and to provide service to their communities and the world.
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war-horse-wwII
By Kim Harris Am I obsessed with horses in war? Well, no, but I am always intrigued by how horses came from a place of necessity to a place of leisure. I see several of my neighbors keeping them as “pets”.  Many take their horses on trail rides or to training sessions, yet some of these horses never leave their owner’s property. So I’m inclined to question, is a horse happier being useful and roaming
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wild-burros
ELY, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Elko District, Wells Field Office and Ely District, Bristlecone Field Office will begin a wild horse gather on or about August 1, 2021, on the Antelope Complex located about 50 miles southeast of Elko or 50 miles north of Ely, Nevada. The BLM plans to gather and remove approximately 2,200 excess wild horses. The BLM will conduct gather operations using the helicopter-assisted method. The Antelope Complex
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