Mr. Gomes is a little younger than our typical oral history subjects, but he has very interesting stories about the work he’s done with the Sheriff’s Department and Search and Rescue, along with several archeological sites in Churchill County, all thanks to his love of flying. Take a listen here!
It’s no joke! Today we’re back with the second part of our interview with Carl Dodge. Here he talks in more detail about his legislative career and several of his business ventures, including the building of a shopping plaza on West Williams! Click here to listen!
Do you remember the Joyce Alcorn exhibit last year? Well, I am excited to announce that we have made it into a virtual exhibit so that if you missed it last year you can see it now! Click on the image below to go see the exhibit!
Here is a fun activity to get your kiddos out of the house, but still social distance. Beatrice Badger has found 10 hiding spots (and one bonus spot) in the community. The first one to find all 10 spots, wins a fabulous prize! To win you need to go to all the locations, take a…
Today’s oral history is the first of two from Carl Dodge, who wore many hats throughout his long life. Today’s interview contains a lot of great information about how farming and construction work has changed in the Lahontan Valley since the 1920s. You can give it a listen here!