When Diana Spencer-Saum opened her business last June, she didn’t know what kind of community response to expect.
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The Community Center in Beatty host to the Beatty Cub Scout Pinewood Derby on May 2.
Just about anyone who has lived in Pahrump for an extended period of time would no doubt know the name Marcus Rose, who served as a reporter and weatherman for Pahrump’s sole television station, KPVM News 46.
A Pahrump western-themed tradition returns to town beginning today and running through Sunday.
I couldn’t decide what to make for Cinco de Mayo. I’m on a diet so I have “off limit” treats only on special occasions. You see the importance of this decision. I passed on the nachos, burritos, tacos, enchiladas, margaritas, even the cervezas.
The first question I often get asked when I tell people where I live is “Why do you live in Pahrump?” I generally answer them by asking a few of my own questions before I tell them why I live where I do.
Let’s talk about polenta! Polenta is a versatile staple made from ground corn that can serve as an appetizer, side or main dish, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It can be seasoned sweet or savory. Serve soft, like mashed potatoes, or cool and slice into pieces. It can even be baked crisp into fries!
Pahrump Senior Center
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of May 1 – May 5:
There aren’t too many events where one can go out and participate side-by-side with an Olympian.
Pahrump Health and Rehabilitation Center will open its remodeled facility on Thursday.
Though the final numbers are still being tallied, the Annual Quarter Auction supporting the Pahrump Valley Youth Golf Program was well attended again this year, according to Quarter Auction Committee Member Sarah Hopkins.
In the late 1930s, Carole Lombard was a famous and much-admired film star. She had a long list of hits to her credit and was the highest-paid female movie star in the world.
Revelers converged on Discovery Park in Pahrump to celebrate the awareness of the changing Earth early Saturday morning.
Summer’s right around the corner this means it’s time to plan your vacation. While some families spend thousands of dollars on their getaway, an increasingly popular trend is choosing a stay-at-home vacation or staycation.
The Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) is hosting a free well owner workshops in Pahrump on April 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Bob Rudd Community Center (150 N. Highway 160, organizers announced.
Pahrump Senior Center
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of April 24 – April 28:
Which is worse: missing an event because you didn’t know about it in advance or showing up to an event and learning that you can’t attend because it is not open to the public?