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Eureka History: Fires Too Close

In the late 1870’s, Eureka was equal in importance to any other major mining towns, including its sire, Austin, and what some authors say was “pompous” Virginia City. Historian and author James Ashbaugh notes, “It boasted a...

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Census Should Ask About Citizenship

Ignorance is not bliss. Eighteen states and the District of Columbia have sued in an effort to block the 2020 Census from asking about citizenship status, claiming the question will prompt illegal immigrants to not respond and...

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Rachel Genevieve Bailey Marshall

Rachel Genevieve Bailey Marshall died peacefully with her daughter Laurel by her side on March 20, 2018. Rachel was born April 9, 1929 in Elko, Nevada to Wallace Bailey and Mary Rand Bailey. She grew up on the Bailey Ranch in...