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June 26, 2013 | By Celine Wright
The revitalization of the western could be the biggest trend of the summer, especially with the release of “The Lone Ranger.” Perfectly timed with this, memorabilia from the hit western show “Bonanza” is going up for auction in Reno. “Bonanza,” which ran from 1959 to 1973 on NBC and spent several seasons as America's favorite TV series, chronicled the adventures of the Cartwrights, who lived on a huge ranch, the Ponderosa, in Nevada. The family of Lorne Greene, who played patriarch Ben Cartwright, will be auctioning off memorabilia from the show and some of his own personal items on Saturday at Anchor Auctions and Appraisals.
May 31, 1989
Nevada Gov. Bob Miller, signing a tax package to help pay for up to $35 million in Reno-area facilities for the 1998 Winter Olympics, said he has assurances Reno is still in the running. As he signed the bill, Miller said he spoke with New York Yankee Owner George Steinbrenner, a member of the United States Olympic Committee executive board, who said the USOC is open to proposals this weekend from all four candidate cities for the U.S. bid.
April 25, 1987 | Associated Press
A retired Roman Catholic priest and part-time chaplain at Saint Mary's Hospital here is free on bail after being charged with molesting a terminally ill 12-year-old boy who is mentally retarded and cannot speak. Reno police told a news conference on Thursday that Father Edmund John Boyle, 70, surrendered after a warrant charging him with lewdness with a minor under 14 was issued earlier in the day. He was released on $5,000 bond.
May 4, 1986
Charles E. Cord Sr., former president of Pan-Pacific Auditorium, the Los Angeles Monarchs of the old Pacific Coast Hockey League and most recently a broadcasting executive in Reno, has died in that Nevada city. The son of Errett Lobban Cord, maker of the classic automobile that bore his name, was 70 when he died of a heart attack Tuesday.
November 16, 2008
," Nov. 10). I had just finished trying to book train travel on Amtrak's website. I somehow imagined that my family might save money and also have fun traveling from Palm Springs to Reno by rail instead of our usual nine-hour road trip. I typed in our origin, Palm Springs, and destination, Reno. The itinerary they presented: First leg, 63 hours on train from Palm Springs to Springfield, Ill. Second leg, two-hour bus ride to Galesburg, Ill. Last leg, 43 hours on train to Reno. I was laughing so hard that I forgot to check the price.
November 3, 1986
Pierre Jones scored three touchdowns and No. 3 Sweetwater High School recorded its sixth straight shutout in a 42-0 victory over Reno late Saturday. Jones, who had 189 yards in 19 carries, scored on a 90-yard pass play from Danny Aina and scored on runs of 45 and 3 yards. Aina completed 7 of 15 passes for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns. Sweetwater (8-0) had 476 yards offense and held Reno (6-3) to 97.
September 12, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Lockheed Corp. said Friday that it will close its MDB Systems Inc. division in Orange and consolidate its operations at a $1.8-million facility to be built in Nevada, just south of Reno. MDB employs about 80 people in the manufacturing plant in Orange. Larry Brown, director of marketing, said the company will offer all of those employees jobs at the Reno facility, though that operation will employ only 100 people.
October 10, 1985
Great Western Financial Corp., Beverly Hills, appointed Carl H. (Ty) Auer executive vice president and chief operating officer of its Reno-based Great Western Leasing subsidiary. He previously was director of the financial industries center for SRI International, Palo Alto.
June 7, 1987
I enjoyed Beth Ann Krier's articles on Cathy Guisewite. I'm not sure how it happened, but my pack of foxhounds got hold of the article of May 7. Would it be possible for you to introduce me to Cathy's dog? SCOTT J. TEPPER Reno, Nev.
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