After a test study displayed the correlation of in-house detention and student success compared to at-home detention, Pahrump Valley High saw the importance of adding a staff member to run the service.
Football is back. The Trojans open the season hosting Eldorado High School, a Class 4A school in the Northeast League.
Registered sex offender discovered in vehicle naked
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
“Murder’s in the Heir” is the story of cranky, old, tyrannical billionaire Simon Starkweather, who calls his family and staff together for the reading of his will.
Roughly five months after the Pahrump United-U10 soccer girls claimed a historic Western States Tournament title, Pahrump’s AYSO program is observing another milestone.
After six years with the Trojans, Ed Kirkwood is saying farewell and headed for greener pastures. Kirkwood’s last day as Trojans athletic director will be on Friday. He has not only has been the athletic director for the past two seasons, but has also coached many athletes over his time.
He is one of the most personable guys I know. Over the past six years it has been hard to find a day where I haven’t talked to Ed Kirkwood. For those who haven’t met Ed, he is the Trojans athletic director and he is leaving for Florida today.
Two more medical marijuana cultivation facilities and one production facility are closer to opening in Nye County.
The Nye County Water District Governing Board unanimously approved a new contract for its interim general manager, Oz Wichman.
Lake Spring Mountain will transform into a Hawaiian-themed paradise next month as the Pioneer Territory of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) presents their annual luau fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at 6 p.m.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a robbery incident that took place earlier this week at a local convenience store.
Pahrump Youth Softball: Fall ball season is open for registration. Registration is Aug. 26 and 29 at Ian Deutch Field at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., at the snack bar. Cost to play is $65. A copy of the birth certificate is required to register. For more info: email@example.com .
An excellent way to escape our oppressive summer heat is by heading up to Kyle Canyon in the Mount Charleston area of the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. You can expect temperatures to be about 20 degrees cooler than in Pahrump, and there are plenty of trails to hike under the nearly ideal conditions.
’Tis the season when zucchini and summer squash are plentiful. What to do with all these squash? Of course you can grill, sauté, bake, freeze, make bread or leave some on your neighbor’s porch when they’re not looking. But did you know you can make a substitute for pasta?
Hillary Clinton has assured the nation she’s not in poor health and says all the speculation to the contrary is “crazy.”
In my eyes, the homeless population in the United States has seemingly grown over the last few years.
Dr. Donald A. Henderson passed away recently, with little media attention or fanfare. This is alarming, considering “saving millions of lives” was listed as one of his life accomplishments.
The Trojans girls cross-country team is ready to run. Their first meet will be on Aug. 30 against Sunrise Mountain in Las Vegas at 4:30 p.m.
You have a job, go to work, and there are things you expect for it.
I was walking past Petco Park today and saw hordes of Cubbies fans approaching for the afternoon game with the Padres, (the Cubs won 6-3, sweeping the series) and I started thinking about the Cubs’ chances of winning the pennant and overcoming the dreaded Billy Goat Curse.
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