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Roughly two dozen Pahrump residents turned out for a presentation on the research, education and economic development of industrial hemp in the state of Nevada, courtesy of the Nevada Hemp Association.
Ian Deutch Memorial Park was awash in music, art and a host of vendors as the second annual Music and Art in the Park returned on Saturday, May 13.
The Journey of Hope South cross-country cycling team made a pit stop in Pahrump to visit the Pahrump Special Olympics athletes at Burdett and Terry Ward’s house.
The Gil Llewellyn Game Time Basketball Camp was in town for the week, working with 25 basketball players of different ages from June 12-15 at the Pahrump Valley High School gym.
Meadows Bank, with a branch in Pahrump, was recognized by S&P Global Market Intelligence as the sixth best-performing community bank, out of roughly 5,400 banks with under $1 billion in assets for 2016.
A Pahrump man, known simply as the “goat man,” otherwise known as Dr. Walt Cosdon, has been seen driving around in his pickup truck with Bambi the goat throughout the town for the past nine years.
Hardened by an intense interstate contest in April, the Nevada Army Guard’s Spc. Grant Reimers and Sgt. Oswald Sanchez swept the Region VII Best Warrior Competition here in mid-May.
Former Nevada Test Site workers will have a chance learn about government compensation and health care benefits.
I was just waking up when I got the phone call. You need to get to the hospital, your father has had a stroke.
There’s no doubt that many local parents and children are pleased with the return of the Pahrump Valley Youth Activities (PVYA) Summer Program, which provides summertime education and recreation for Pahrump’s youth.
Area veterans and their families were treated to an afternoon of food, fun and entertainment as the annual Pahrump Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Appreciation Barbecue returned to Ian Deutch Park on Saturday, June 10.
Nevada National Guard 92nd Civil Support Team Soldiers and Airmen spoke about their unit’s mission and capabilities with dozens of attendees at the Two-Year College Chemistry Consortium held at Truckee Meadows Community College.
The Beatty Veterans of Foreign Wars post held its annual flag retirement ceremony at Beatty’s Desert Hills Cemetery on Flag Day, Wednesday, June 14.
Special Olympics Nevada celebrated its Reno Summer Games on June 9-10, where nearly 300 athletes throughout the state and eastern California gathered for track and field, swimming and bocce ball at Reno High School and the University of Nevada, Reno.
Not many high school athletes train that hard over the summer break. What do you have to do to motivate them? Just imagine, wouldn’t it be great if your high school athlete could get off the couch and do some meaningful training this summer? Some Tonopah High School parents found a solution to the couch potato blues.
The 14th annual Ms. Senior Golden Years USA pageant is planned for 7 p.m., on July 8 at the Saddle West Hotel and Casino where six contestants are participating.
The 2017 Miss Pahrump Pageant has crowned a winner.
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