NAS Fallon is about 6 miles southeast of Fallon. The main highways through the town are U.S. highways 50 and 95. Both provide easy access to the air station. Simply follow the signs to NAS Fallon off the main roads. Interstate 80 is about 30 miles from Fallon and is accessible from U.S. 95 or Alternate 50. Interstate 80 also leads to Reno, 64 miles to the west.The Nevada Department of Transportation offers driving tips and road condition information at www.nevadadot.com. The department provides updates about incidents on specified routes at www.nvroads.com or by dialing 511 or 877-687-3237.Nevada Department of Public Safety555 Wright WayCarson City, NV 89711 775-684-4808www.dps.nv.gov Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles973 W. Williams St.Fallon, NV 89406 877-368-7828www.dmvnv.com The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles issues driver’s licenses, identification cards, license plates and vehicle registration and provides other driving-related services. Find many of the required forms and general information at www.dmvnv.com/dmvforms.htm.Driver’s LicensesNevada residents who are stationed in Nevada are subject to the same licensing and vehicle registration requirements as non-military. Driver licenses must be renewed before expiration. Nevada does not grant automatic extensions to military members, spouses or dependents. However, active-duty members of the military, federal employees and their spouses and dependents may renew by mail continually.It is recommended that you renew your driver license in person at a DMV office while you are in Nevada. You may renew at any time. You do not have to wait for the expiration date. You may renew at any DMV office regardless of your city or county of residence.The state spells out what is required for licensing and insurance in the Nevada Driver’s Handbook, which can be downloaded at www.dmvnv.com/pdfforms/dlbook.pdf.Distracted DrivingNevada prohibits drivers from talking or texting on a handheld cellphone or similar device while operating a motor vehicle, with fines of up to $250 for violations. The Department of Transportation warns that not only is cellphone use while driving banned in Nevada, but you are four times more likely to crash when driving while talking on a cellphone.Vehicle RegistrationApplications associated with driving and vehicle registration are available online at www.dmvnv.com/dmvforms.htm, including DMV forms, requests for driving records and more.Nevada Department of Transportationwww.nevadadot.com Visit the Nevada Department of Transportation website for interactive maps, information about road closures and travel advisories, and to view live traffic cameras.
UWF softball splits with No. 19 Valdosta State PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida softball team split with No. 19 Valdosta State in Saturday’s action. The Argonauts took game one 6-2 but fell in game two 10-6. West Florida is now 11-11 on the season and 2-3 in Gulf South Conference play. West Florida saw both pitching and hitting flourish in the first game against the ranked Blazers. The Argos totaled 10 hits in the ball game and six of them came from senior Caroline Kaston (Niceville, Fla.) and freshman Jessica Wilkinson (Gainesville, Fla.) who each went 3-for-3. Wilkinson added two RBI in the game including a solo home run in bottom of the fifth inning. Two Argos homered in the game; the other was catcher Jenna Belser (Chipley, Fla.) who blasted a two run shot in the fourth inning. Senior Taylor Bailey (Austin, Texas) was dominant on the mound, holding the 19th ranked Blazers to just two runs on six hits and also had seven strikeouts. The second game was a different story for UWF, this time No. 19 Valdosta State found their hitting stroke and totaled 10 runs on eight hits. The Argos scored six runs on ten hits in the ball game including two different Argos recording multiple hits in the game. Senior Audrey Harner (Celina, Ohio) went 2-for-2 with two RBI and a run scored while senior Danielle Sanders went 1-for-2 that included a solo home run in the third inning.West Florida will see the Blazers again tomorrow to decide a series winner in game three. First pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. CT at the UWF Softball Complex.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#West Florida 6, Valdosta State 2 (Feb 22, 2014 at Pensacola, Fla.) (Game 1)———————————————————————-Valdosta State…… 000 002 0 – 2 6 0 (11-6, 1-3)West Florida…….. 003 210 X – 6 10 1 (11-10, 2-2)———————————————————————-Pitchers: Valdosta State – Brianna Hancock; Caitlyn Calhoun(5) and Courtney Albritton.West Florida – Taylor Bailey and Jenna Belser.Win-Taylor Bailey(4-5) Loss-Brianna Hancock(6-3) T-2:00 A-57HR VSUSB – Shelby Altman.HR UWF – Jessica Wilkinson; Jenna Belser.Game: UWF21Valdosta State 10, West Florida 6 (Feb 22, 2014 at Pensacola, Fla.) (Game 2)———————————————————————-Valdosta State…… 100 212 4 – 10 8 1 (12-6, 2-3)West Florida…….. 001 010 4 – 6 10 3 (11-11, 2-3)———————————————————————-Pitchers: Valdosta State – Maci Fletcher and Courtney Albritton. West Florida – Rebecca Hein;Brooke Hale(4); Lauren Register(7) and Jenna Belser; Aubrey Sumlin.Win-Maci Fletcher(2-0) Loss-Brooke Hale(0-3) T-2:15 A-0HR VSUSB – Shelby Altman 2.HR UWF – Danielle Sanders.R. Hein faced 2 batters in the 4th.B. Hale faced 3 batters in the 7th.Game: UWF22– www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version Share Argos go 1-1 with No. 19 VSU in first day (Photo by Emmele Photgraphy)
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“That wasn’t the easiest pitch in the world to play on with the conditions and to try and find your form in an international match on a night like this was hard. “You could see we were rusty for the first 10-15 minutes and that spooked us for a bit. “We could have been braver with passes through people and braver in receiving passes but when you have not played a lot of games it’s very hard to just switch on and do that.” “It was one of our better decisions to have a game,” Strachan said. “It has cleared up a lot of things, it has helped a lot of players, but it has helped the coaching staff in particular to where we are going on Sunday. We learned quite a few things. “It’s not been a great night, it won’t be memorable in anyone’s minds at the end of careers but it was invaluable to me to use the information we collected for Sunday.” Strachan said that the state of the pitch was a factor in a disappointing game and that players had struggled to step up on the night.“A lot of players found it hard,” he said. “To use a golf analogy, it’s very hard to take two months off and then go and play the Masters, it’s not the easiest course in the world. Scotland boss Gordon Strachan has said that the friendly with Canada was “invaluable” preparation for playing Slovenia on Sunday.The national team drew 1-1 at Easter Road in a friendly planned as a warm-up for the visit of Slovenia in a crucial World Cup qualifier on Sunday.Falkirk midfielder Fraser Aird put Canada in front after 11 minutes before Steven Naismith equalised against a side ranked 117th in the world.Only 9,158 fans turned out to watch the match at Easter Road and some booed Strachan’s side at full-time. However, the manager said that the game had been useful and would help him as he plans to tackle a match Scotland have to win to keep slim World Cup hopes alive.