Hundreds of Nye County voters took to polling places in Pahrump and Tonopah on Saturday.
After a breezy week in the valley, warmer temperatures and calmer conditions will be in place just in time for the weekend.
With a mere two weeks before the general election, Nye County Clerk Sandra “Sam” Merlino is debunking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and others’ claim that the election will be “rigged.”
Nye County is requesting funds from the Nevada Legislature for the low-level radioactive waste site in Beatty.
Nowadays, if you mention you are a fencer, people think you are talking about someone who can fix your fence. Of course, that’s wrong; a fencer is someone who practices the sport of fencing, which is a martial game where the objective is to score points by striking target areas on the opponent’s body with a sword.
Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part column based on an interview with Pahrump Valley Times founder Milt Bozanic, conducted by editor Arnold Knightly and Bob McCracken, July 9, 2016.
With the roundabout construction in full swing, larger vehicles, such as trucks, must travel on smaller county roads.
An 18-year-old Pahrump man was transported to UMC Trauma in Las Vegas after a collision involving a late-model pickup truck at the intersection of Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Manse Road just after 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
New electioneering and bulletin board policies are going into effect in Nye County ahead of early voting and the general election.
Man arrested for allegedly
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
The Pahrump man arrested and facing felony charges of attempted murder, first-degree kidnapping and coercion will return to court Dec. 1 for a status hearing.
I thought that last week I had written my one and only editorial regarding Dennis Hof running for Assembly until I woke up Thursday morning and scanned my email for the current news headlines.
Polling places in Nevada open on Saturday, allowing Silver State residents to cast their votes a few weeks ahead of the General Election.
A defense lawyer in the Bunkerville standoff case has filed court papers seeking to toss out evidence obtained against his client by undercover law enforcement agents posing as a video production crew.
BEATTY - This year’s homecoming may go down as one of the most memorable in Beatty High School history. Not only were the school’s athletic teams fired up to handily win their contests, but there was plenty of fire drama off the field.
With just a little over a week left, the Light in the Dark Pumpkin Fest 2016 is ready to go and supporters have been putting finishing touches on Ian Deutch Memorial Park.
As temperatures begin to cool in late October, Death Valley Field Institute Director Renee Rusler said now is a very good time to consider heading outdoors to explore the region.
At 1,301,300 jobs, employment in Nevada has now surpassed pre-recession levels — with about 70,000 fewer construction jobs — according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
The Pahrump Senior Center is holding its annual Monster Mash party at their 1370 W. Basin Ave. location from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., on Saturday.
The VFW Auxiliary of the Clyde E. Newman Post 10054 is sponsoring an opportunity for the community to show their support for their county and for their veterans.
- Page 1