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A longtime Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputy is literally moving on to greener pastures.
They say in sports that you don’t get many second chances. Tell that to a 66-year-old Badwater racer, who took matters into his own hands, when he returned to finish the race after failing the first time earlier in July.
When a veteran is named “Fearless,” it could either be a satirical reference or it could mean that it’s someone who is, in reality, a very tough individual.
August is a great month for hunting and fishing. If you drew an early big game tag for antelope, elk, deer or a special archery tag, it’s time to get packing for a possible hunt of a lifetime. If you’re like the rest of us, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. More on that in our next column.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office announced it plans to be out in force Monday as children return to schools to start the 2017-18 academic year.
Alice Eychaner has been the event chairwoman for Moose Lodge #808 for the Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay, which goes from Baker to Vegas and comes through Pahrump each year.
The G.R.E.A.T. Games were in town last week at Petrack Park. Each year for the last 20 years G.R.E.A.T. Games have entertained the youth of the valley. G.R.E.A.T. stands for Gang Resistance Education and Training.
Children’s artwork was on display at the Beatty Community Center Saturday, July 29, as Studio 401 held its first annual Art Gallery Show.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development still has about $2.8 million in Direct Home Loan funding available for rural low-income homebuyers, officials announced.
The town of Goldfield is going to kick things up a notch starting Friday, as the 17th annual Goldfield Days gets underway — an event that will bring festivities for the entire weekend.
The Cold War Patriots are set to visit Pahrump where they plan to honor former uranium workers of the nuclear weapons and uranium industries with an exhibit titled “Remembrance Quilt Experience.”
For the 11th consecutive year, the Valley Electric Association Ambassador Program will conduct its Fill the Bucket event on Saturday, Aug. 5, to gather school supplies for needy students within VEA’s service territory, the association announced.
“You never know what you’re going to find in Pahrump.”
The giant American flags are clearly visible in Southern Nevada, off freeway exits, near neighborhoods and behind strip malls — a sign of patriotism for the oil company with which they’re affiliated.
Gen. Joseph L. Lengyel, the chief of the National Guard Bureau, made his first visit as a four-star general to the Nevada Air National Guard base to headline the inaugural Nevada Air National Guard Leadership Summit.
Time is running out for those eligible for a lifetime Senior National Parks Pass to get one for $10, as the price will rise to $80 at the end of August.
The old saying “history is just one damn thing after another” is cute but it is not true. For the purposes of this article, history is defined as an account of the past, having been filtered through the eyes of the beholders, both the original participants and later students of history. History is never a verbatim or complete account of past occurrences but is a version, an interpretation, of past events, perhaps valid, perhaps not.
Two members of the Nye County Sheriff’s Auxiliary Unit (SAU) were recognized for their service this month.
Federal funds are heading to the Pahrump area.
Pahrump Senior Center
More off-road racing is headed to Nye County.