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12 Thursday, July 31, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette G00o.p A00700zmr00 AL 11420 state mgh00 372 P/00P/ LL00I ff I Nv: 1 I zOO 1 Out Esmeralda W ly by Carol Sirnes Progress and activities are abounding in and out of the county. The school teachers and kids are gearing up for the new school year. In the past few weeks in Tonopah, Nevada State Bank (NSB) has replaced Wells Fargo which replaced First Inter- state Bank, are you keeping up? In a phone conversation Cindy Goussack, marketing officer for NSB in Las Vegas, COh4NtLJNITY COLLEGE SOUTHERN NEVADA Fall 1997 classes begin Sept. 2, 1997, unless otherwise noted, are between p.m. p.m, unless otherwise noted. Fall classes end Dec. 16, 1997. Contact Dan Simmons at 17021 751- 3452 for registration days and times. Tuition is $38 per semester credit; new students must pay a $5 one-time new student registration fee. Senior citizens, age 62 or more, are exempt from tuition, but all other fees still apply. Financial assistance is available through CCSN and Nevada Business Services for qualified applicants. Select high school students qualify for a discounted tuition rate of $25 when they enroll in DISTANCE EDUCATION classes. The new student registration fee is waived for these students. Student employment is available " The following classes are available exclusively In PAHRUMP. Course Description Day Credits Time Instructor Call # ACC 105 300 Individual Taxation W 3 cr 6-9:00pm Conkle Sr 37722 ACC 151 300 Elementary Accounting I T 3 cr 6-9:00pm Conkle Sr 33159 AM 198B American Sign Language T 3cr 6-9:00pm Floyd 38621 Art 145 300 Water Color Painting ($15 lab tee) MT 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Owens 35871 Auto 101B 300 General Auto ($15 lab fee) TH 4 cr 6-9:30 pm Dandy 36596 Biol 115 300 Nutrition W 1 cr 6-7:30 pm Taylor 33122 BT102B 300 Intro Building Codes M 3cr 6-9:00 pm Geimer 37707 New Classes CITi01 301 Intro to Computers ($25 lab fee) W 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Brunold 38564 CIT101 302 Intro to Computers ($25 lab fee) TH 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Brunoid 36121 CITI98B 300 Exploring Computers ($15 lab fee) M 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Knight 33156 CIT 198B 301 Intermediate Computers $15 fee) T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Hill 34033 CIT 198B 302 Exploring Computers ($15 lab fee) F 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Knight 33134 ENG101 300 Composition I ($5 lab fee) T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Apodaca 32840 GEOG 106 301 World Geography TH 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Loomer 33066 HIST 102 300 US History H TH 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Schmidt 35783 HIST 106 300 European Civil since 1648 T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Hill 33133 HPW 190 300 Exercise/Nutrition/Weight W 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Mutton 39195 HPW 212 300 The Maturing Body TH 1 cr 6-7:00 pm Taylor 39196 MATH 112 300 Intermediate Algebra TH 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Fenton 36498 MTL 212 300 Welding I ($25 lab fee) T&S 3 cr 6-7P/9A-2P Staff 36117 MUS 111 300 College Singers TH 1 cr 5:30-9:00 pm Ludwick TBA MUS 121 300 Music Appreciation T 3cr 6-9:00 pm White 37891 MUS 197 301 Concert Band W I cr 5:30-9:00 pm Reily 37424 PED 107 300 Beginning Golf ($25 lab fee) W 1 cr 3:30-7:00pm Gionotti 38556 PED 170 300 Intro Physical Education TH 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Mutton TBA PSC 101 300 Intro American Politics T 4 cr 5-9:00 pm Staff TBA PSY 101 300 General Psychology T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Maison 38964 RE 104 301 Real Estate Law/Convey TH 3 cr 6-9:00 PM Penticoff 33089 RE105B 300 Real Estate Exam Prep M 2 cr 6-9:00 pm Staff 37831 RE 131B 300 Escrow M 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Folk 32881 RE 202 300 Real Estate Fin/Ins T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Penticoff 37865 SOC 101 300 Principles of Sociology M 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Maison 38963 SPAN 101B 301 Conversational Spanish I ($15 fee) M 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Rocha 38295 38072 39056 38161 39136 The following classes are accessible via AUDIO eonferencing. BUS 102B A01 Entreprenuership T 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Staff EDU C201 A01 Intro to Education M 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Staff HIT 118B A01 Lang. of Medicine Th. 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Staff LAW 101 A01 Fund. of Law I W 3 cr 6-9:00 pm Staff EDUCATION. Some classes, noted 32801 32802 38614 38615 33202 37987 37698 33155 32832 38619 39179 38610 38613 Staff 39155 Martin 37740 Staff 38252 The following classes are accessible through DISTANCE with an asterisk, do not require internet access. ENG 101 201 Composition I 3 cr ENG 102 201 Composition II 3 cr LT 185 201 Intro Research Methods 3 cr *BUS 101 201 Introduction to Business 3 cr *I-lIST 217 201 Nevada History 3 cr AM145 201 American Sign I 4 cr SSK 109 201 College Study Skills 3 cr PSC 101 201 Intro to American Politics 4cr AM 146 201 American Sign II 4 cr ENG 261 201 Introduction to Poetry 3 cr *SOC101 201 Principles of Sociology 3 cr *MATH 95D 201 Elementary Algebra 3 cr HLTH 110B 201 Intro to Health Professions 3 cr The Following classes are accessible throh Interactive TV. CD 131 Intro. to Teach,-," _ ,h.e Young Child T 6-8:50 pm MGT 201 Principles or Management Th. 2--4:50 pm BI I "7S Business Law I M 6-8:50 pm informs us the bank was chartered by a group of business men in Las Vegas in 1959 and is the oldest chartered state bank in Nevada. In 1985 it became a subsidiary of Zion's Bank Corporation. They are located in 14 communities with 32 locations. Vice President and Bank Manager Barry Smith and his family moved to Tonopah in June, 1990, and has seen many of these transitions. They really enjoy this area and the people. He related a very interesting bit of information about the location, a bank has been on that site since 1934. 1st National Bank opened in 1934, then First Interstate Bank took over in 1981, Wells Fargo in 1996, and NSB in July 1997. He wants the public to know this is a full-service bank. Smith has lending authority and can make loans and decisions on site. For people who travel, the NSB ATM cards can be used at, ATM machines in Arizona at National Banks of Arizona and in Utah at the Zion 1st National. "We want to be in the community and have a community bank for the local people," stated Mr. Smith. Girl Scouts in Disneyland Danielle Sligar, seventh grade, gives us her report on the Goldfield Girl Scout trip last month to Disneyland. Girl Scout leaders and chaperones, Debbie Davis, (with grandson Michael), Lora Hafer, Sally Armstrong and scouts Molly Hafer, Heidi Hafer, Danielle Sligar, Dawn Sligar, Cassie Collier, Missy Collier, Brandy Bodily, Pamela Hammern headed for Los Angeles on June 11. We left Goldfield at 7 a.m. and arrived in Los Angeles at 3 p.m., staying at the Super 8 Motel in Anaheim. After settling into our rooms, we swam in the pool, then ate dinner. We went miniature golfing, then back to the motel and to bed. The next day we woke up at 6 a.m., ate breakfast, left at 7 a.m. and got into Disneyland at 7:30 a.m. We headed to some little rides then to the bigger ones. Molly, Danielle, Debbie, Michael and Brandy liked the Indiana Jones Ride. Brandy and Sally liked the Matterhorn. Dawn liked Splash Mountain while Cassie liked Space Mountain. Missy and Pamela liked driving the cars. We all enjoyed Disneyland and if you ever get a chance, go! Local D.A. sues County Clerk On July 22, 1997, a recall petition was filed in the Esmeralda County Courthouse against local District Attorney Steve Evenson, by Bill Wright and two others from Fish Lake Valley, that alleges.Evenson uses unprofessional behavior and is not fulfilling his duties. On July 24, Evenson asked recorder Lynn Scott to view the petition and requested a copy. She refused his request stating the documents were not public record. He then called the State Attorney General's Office and in their opinion he does have the right to see them. Evenson using his own funds filed suit. Evenson's statement on this situation was "State law is clear that everything is public record except that which is deemed confidential by state law. There is no law that states recall petitions are not public record, thus Ms. Scott has abused her authority. For what purpose, is open for specula- tion." Scott's response was "I am waiting to hear form my attorney." In a court hearing on July 28, Scott, (represented by attorney Rick Lawton of Fallon) versus District Attorney Steve Evenson, the Honorable Judge John Davis ruled that Scott must give Evenson a copy of said petition by 5 p.m., that day. It is uncertain at this time who is paying Attorney Lawton, Scott or the county.