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About CC Communications Serving Churchill County Since 1889
CC Communications is deeply rooted in the history of Churchill County, Nevada. Since 1889 we have been serving Churchill County, first as the local telegraph company, then as the local telephone company and today as a full service state of the art telecommunications provider.
CC Communications serves the residents and businesses of Churchill County with local and long distance telephone service, high-speed Internet access, Digital Television, and home, personal, and business security monitoring.
With an experienced staff of 60 employees, CC Comm has built an organization that is dedicated and responsive to the needs of our customers. We recognize that there are many ways for people to communicate in the 21st Century and we have made the business decision, built an infrastructure, and acquired the expertise to enable the citizens and businesses of Churchill County to take advantage of today’s communications tools at very affordable prices.
“Big Enough to deliver, small enough to care” is more than just a company slogan, it is the way CC Communications has been doing business for over a century. It also represents the pride of Churchill County itself.
Quick Facts About CC Communications
CC Communications donates approximately $40,000 a year to various nonprofit organizations within Churchill County.
CC Communications is deeply involved in the Wishing Tree Program, Relay for Life and the Teddy Bear Tea every year.
CC Communications is the only county-owned telephone company in the country.
CC Communications has a $30 million yearly impact on the local economy of Churchill County.
Only 18% of homes in the United States have fiber to the home access. CC Communications provides fiber to the home availability to 70% of Churchill County now and plans to make it available to 98% at a total expenditure of $40M-plus.
.At Camacho Auto Sales we do our best to provide you with the vehicle of your choice. If we don’t have it in our inventory, we will locate the vehicle that you have decided on. We also buy vehicles if you are interested in selling your personal car or truck.
History: We have been serving Reno/Fernley and adjacent areas since 1996. Most of our realtors have been local residents for over 20 years, giving us the knowledge and expertise to serve our clients professionally and proudly. We know Fernley’s and surrounding areas Real Estate Markethttps://www.fernleynvhomes.com/our-agents SELLERS! If you have a home to sell in Fernley, Fallon, Reno or the surrounding areas, in the next few months, this FREE service is designed to help establish your home’s current market value. Simply choose Market Analysis and fill out the requested information. We will use comparable sold listings to help you calculate the fair market value of your home. Also, be sure to visit our Newsletter to view other valuable information! https://www.fernleynvhomes.com/free-market-analysisBUYERS! Automatically receive personalized MLS listings For Fernley Nevada, or all of Northern Nevada by e-mail. Early each morning we search the local MLS and find the homes that match your criteria and notify you immediately with the latest listing information!! Simply choose Dream Home Finder and fill in the requested information. Or, search for yourself at https://www.fernleynvhomes.com/quick-searchLANDLORDS! Our property management staff and software program will take the stress out of owning investment properties. We offer flat fees for all inclusive management. Our rental listings go out on the top rental websites as well as military and relocation partners bringing responsible tenants to your home. We collect the rent, take all the calls and send you your check! Call today for more details.https://www.fernleynvhomes.com/app Certifications and Recognitions GRI, CRS, ABR, Property Management Permits, Brokers and Broker-Salesmen.
Care Flight began in 1981 as a shared helicopter program of Washoe Medical Center, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center and Northern Nevada Medical Center to provide fast, high-quality emergency medical service and rescue to the remote and rural areas of northern Nevada and northeastern California.
In 1986, Care Flight was placed under the authority of the Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority to create a comprehensive EMS system with fully integrated ground and air emergency medical services. From 1986 through 1990 Care Flight provided helicopter and fixed wing air ambulance transport. Since 1990 Care Flight has provided high quality helicopter critical care transport.
Care Flight began operations with an Alloutte III helicopter and critical care nurse staff.
In 1994 Care Flight began flying the first McDonald Douglas Explorer 900 NOTAR (no tail rotor) helicopter in EMS and continued to utilize this helicopter through 2002.
Care Flight now operates four American Eurocopter AS350 B3 AStars. The aircraft’s maneuverability, superior visibility with all seats facing forward, and low vibration level, means the transport will be as comfortable as it is efficient. The B3 is a workhorse known for its outstanding capability in hot weather and high altitude operations. The AS350 B3 version offers the highest performance in its category with enhanced safety and reduced pilot workload.
At Chandler & Coleman Salon we strive to create an inviting and relaxing environment for our guests not only by offering the highest quality of services but also the highest quality of customer care. Utilizing all that we learn through ongoing education we love to work closely with our guests to customize our services to meet your individual needs . Through product recommendation and styling lessons we will help you achieve the look you desire not only when you are in the salon but also at home. We use and recommend only the highest quality products available, such as Keratin Complex Color Therapy, Keratin Complex Smoothing Treatments, and the Keratin Complex Retail line to maintain the health and integrity of your hair. We also offer a full range of nail services such as Acrylics, Custom Gel Nails, Hard Gel, Pink and White, Clear Gel, Glitter Gel, Gel Polish, Stamping, Pampering Pedicure with Paraffin Dip, Natural Nail Manicures and much more! To book your appointment; https://www.vagaro.com/chandlerandcolemansalon/about
Our mission is to find permanent, caring homes for the cats and dogs in our care; to reduce the number of unwanted litters by educating the residents of Churchill County on the importance and benefits of spaying and neutering; to rescue adoptable cats and dogs from Fallon Animal Control; and to educate the public on companion animal welfare issues and alternatives to cat and dog surrender.
Churchill Animal Protection Society is a non-profit, no kill 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the care, rehabilitation, and adoption of dogs and cats. Our main goals are:
Remove animals from homeless situations
Provide medical care and rehabilitation as necessary
The Churchill County Democratic Central Committee, a.k.a. Churchill County Democrats is an organized county central committee as mandated by the State of Nevada. We welcome all registered Democrats in Churchill County.One of our purposes is to promote full participation of all Democrats in party affairs, to support our County, State, and National Party Platforms, along with the ideals of the Democratic Party. We strive to encourage and assist Democratic candidates for public office, and to support elected Democratic office holders.Another purpose is the continued education and registration of voters, along with assisting voters in the election and voting process. Our volunteers in the Churchill County Democrats knock on doors, talk to voters, and assist in this calling wherever needed.
Chair – Scott Tudehope
Vice Chair – Chuck Kaiser
SECRETARY – Jeanette Strong, 775-423-9224
TREASURER – Edith Isidoro Mills
Member at Large, Sharon Hedges-Hiller
The Churchill County Democrats meet the 2nd Thursday of every month, 6:00 pm at the Churchill County Library Annex, 507 S. Maine St. in Fallon.
For more than 200 years, our party has led the fight for civil rights, health care, Social Security, workers’ rights, and women’s rights. We are the party of Barack Obama, John F. Kennedy, FDR, and the countless everyday Americans who work each day to build a more perfect union. Take a look at some of our accomplishments, and you’ll see why we’re proud to be Democrats.
During the early spring of 1957, Margaret Pilkington and John Marean, members of the Reno Classroom Teachers Credit Union, spoke to a small group of governmental employees gathered in the multipurpose room at West End School. Charlie York, the County Extension Agent and brother of Mrs. Pilkington, had asked them if they would come to Fallon to explain to us the advantages of forming a credit union in Churchill County. At the meeting were employees of the School District, the City, the County, the Telephone Company, and the Extension Office.
Margaret and John explained to those attending how a credit union worked and how to go about forming one. The idea of a credit union appealed to those in attendance so on May 15, 1957, another meeting was held to sign an Organizational Certificate for the Churchill County Federal Credit Union whose charter number would be 11824. This charter was approved by the proper authority on June 18, 1957.
The Reno Classroom Teachers Credit Union allowed us to temporarily affiliate with them since our assets would be insufficient to give loans. An organizational meeting was held on October 3, 1957, to elect officers and to begin functioning independently from the Reno Classroom Teachers Credit Union. Mae Lofthouse was elected as the first treasurer and was given a salary of $5 per month. The October statement showed a share balance of $90.00.
The annual report dated December 31, 1957, showed a total of 16 members which is quite a difference from the approximately 3,000 members today.
In January, 1958, a check was received from the Reno Teachers Classroom Credit Union in the amount of $1,528.66. This check transferred member shares to the Churchill County Federal Credit Union and from then on we were on our own.
As mentioned earlier, Mae Lofthouse was the first treasurer and served from October, 1957 to October, 1958. Frances Ham succeeded Mrs. Lofthouse and served until May, 1961. At that time the credit union was fortunate in employing Dawna Johnson as treasurer for a monthly salary of $15.00. Dawna remained the treasurer for over twenty-two years, eventually retiring June 30, 1983.
The share balance when Dawna became treasurer was $15,260.00 and during her tenure grew to $1,341,000. The office was in her home and during the later years the road leading to her house was very busy being used by the 872 members.
After Dawna’s retirement, Marcia Parrish accepted the position of treasurer. An office was opened in town in a small room behind Ray Regan’s C.P.A. business. The credit union continued to grow rapidly during Marcia’s tenure and the share accounts grew to over $15 million by the time she retired from the credit union in January of 2001. Through the years Marcia maintained the personal touch that was set forth by our originating officers.
When the credit union first began operating on its own, the maximum loan allowed was $150.00. This, of course, was to allow several members the opportunity to borrow. Without that limitation one person could easily have borrowed all available monies. Today there is no limit and with the proper security, loans in excess of $50,000 have been made.
A memorable day in the year 1985 was the changeover from manual bookkeeping to computer! Before computers, many midnight hours were spent running adding machines and trying to make totals balance. At statement time, the husbands of Dawna and Marcia were drafted to help out and many a New Year’s Eve was spent working instead of celebrating.
In April, 1989, credit union members celebrated the opening of their new office building located at 667 South Maine Street. This was a culmination of much dreaming and planning. When the few originators of our credit union gathered at that May meeting in 1957 to apply for a charter, none dreamed that what they were giving birth to would become what it is today.
From 1957 to the present Churchill County Federal Credit Union has been here to serve our members saving and loan needs with the same personal touch that our originating members set forth.
A debt of gratitude is due the many unpaid members who have given their time to serve on the Board of Directors, the Credit Committee, or the Supervisory Committee. All they have done is evidenced by the healthy condition of the Churchill County Federal Credit Union today.
The history of the Churchill County Library stretches back to 1905 when Mrs. Callie Ferguson, Fallon’s postmistress, and Mrs. Mary Black operated the first lending library in the old post office. This was a place where the men who were working on Lahontan Dam could go to write letters to their families and to obtain reading material. In 1915, Mrs. George Williams started a “reading room” in the Wightman Building which was on the site where the Fallon Nugget now stands. In 1918, the Draper Club, a literary group, assumed responsibility for the room and moved it upstairs in the Wightman Building. The reading room stayed in this location until January 1920 when it was moved to the Woodliff Building. It was during this time Mrs. Mel Price became the first woman in Churchill County to be given the title librarian.
In 1925, a new state law was passed authorizing counties to become responsible for reading rooms in their jurisdictions. Mrs. Ethel Hoyt was appointed as the County’s librarian. During November 1932, the library was moved to 37 South Maine Street, next to the Fraternal Hall. Mrs. Hoyt resigned in 1940, and Mrs. Mary Martin was appointed as her successor. The next notable event in the library’s history occurred in 1957 when Librarian, Mrs. Dorothy Walker, cataloged the collection. Mrs. Walker was succeeded by Mrs. Frank Walquist, who was succeeded by Mrs. Dora Witt in 1960.
Dora saw a need for a larger library. The old building had become cramped and crowded, with no room for expansion. Her first step towards a new library was a bond issue, but it failed to garner the necessary votes. During the 1960’s the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation was granting monies to build libraries in rural areas. Dora applied for a grant, and was awarded $111,208. She also had support from the community. Soroptimist International of Fallon pledged $1,000, and the Friends of the Library set aside $1,500 towards the building fund. Churchill County purchased the lot of land, and Edward Parsons from Reno was retained as the architect. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held September 1966, and the dedication and grand opening was held in April 1967. The library finally had a permanent home at 553 S. Maine Street. The total cost to build the library in 1966/67 was just over $286,000. Through the generosity of the county, three parcels of land adjacent to the library, was purchased in October 2001, thereby enabling future expansion to the building.
Barbara Mathews became Director in 1987. During her tenure, the Ross Mortgage Company building was purchased in 2006. The library was given permission to utilize the building. The bookstore was moved into the front two rooms of the building and a Meeting Room occupies the back. The building was rechristened the Library Annex/Serendipity Corner. Friends of the Library hired local artist Cody Deegan to paint a mural on the front of the building to advertise the bookstore. Churchill County purchased the remaining lot on the block and the Library Board hired an architectural firm from Reno to draw a set of plans for a new library facility. These plans were completed in 2008. Barbara Mathews retired in 2012 having served the County for over 28 years.
Carol Lloyd was appointed Director that same year. It was decided to repurpose the existing building as library services had changed dramatically since the time the plans were completed 4 years prior. Resources are more readily available via downloadable means thus the need for additional physical space was diminishing. Collaborative Design Studios was contracted to provide plans. The Repurpose Project was completed in February 2015.
You Make a Difference…(We Make it Easier)The purpose of the Churchill Library Association is to provide support to the Library to supplement, enhance, and expand existing and new services, programs and collections. We are a tax deductible 501(c)(3).The Association sponsored special events include a wine tasting, spring basket auction, and holiday wreath and centerpiece auction. Supported programs have included the summer reading program and may include literacy programs, adult programs and other cultural activitiesIf you would like to invest in your community and be part of what makes Churchill County Library first-rate, contact President Zip Upham or Library Director Carol Lloyd at 423-7581.
The Churchill County Museum & Archive is a public-private partnership of Churchill County and the Churchill County Museum Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Located on historic Route 50, the museum was given the honorific title of being the “Best Little Museum on the Loneliest Road in America.”
Each year the museum presents a variety of exhibits and programs that reflect its mission to “collect, preserve, exhibit, and share those artifacts, photographs and documents that serve to illustrate the story of man and nature in Churchill County.”
We seek to provide the finest in parks and recreation services to the community of Churchill County. The benefits of recreation are endless:
Facilitate community problem solving
Foster human development
Increase cultural unity
Promote health and wellness
Protect environmental and cultural resources
Provide recreation experiences
Strengthen community image and sense of place
Strengthen safety and security
Support economic development
The Parks and Recreation Office is here to provide the community with an improved quality of living through the programs and facilities we offer to the people of Churchill County. If you have any questions or comments, please call us at (775) 423-7733 and we will be happy to help you.