Now that the television crews from Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue” are gone, Russ Rodgers, owner of the newly renamed Pat’s Courtyard Bar is now gushing about the new look for his business.
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Soggy conditions are expected for much of the weekend for the valley, as a series of storm systems continue to make their way through the area, which could drop up to an inch of rain on the valley, according to the National Weather Service.
A member of a pioneering family of the early days of Pahrump has died.
At the request of the Nevada Department of Transportation, Nye County commissioners identified the most critical road projects in Pahrump that will compete for funding with other projects around the state.
A woman who wants to operate a day care in a residential area of Pahrump received a conditional use permit from Nye County commissioners on Tuesday.
Group arrested on burglary, drug charges
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
TONOPAH - The planned Interstate 11 highway project connecting northern and southern Nevada, with what local officials hope will include a Tonopah area exit/entrance, isn’t the only major transportation effort on the town’s radar.
The funeral service for Ray Wulfenstein will be Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 921 E. Wilson Road (corner of Wilson Road and West Street)
Pahrump saw 449 single-family residential units sold in town in 2016, marking the highest total since 2012, according to figures from the Greater Las Vegas Area Realtors.
The Nye County District Attorney’s Office might have to step in to find housing for over 100 dogs that are currently housed in a kennel on the southern end of Pahrump.
The Pahrump Valley is set to have one more nationally familiar food option in the near future as fast food chain Jack in the Box is set to come to town.
In reference to the attorney general ‘s opinion, paraphrased, because the new Background Check Act states private party transfers and sales must be completed utilizing the FBI background check system and the FBI has taken the position that the Background Check Active, as currently written, cannot function.
The developer of one of Pahrump’s largest master plan communities is laying the groundwork to build additional homes.
A wedding photographer wants to create a venue for couples to tie the knot on a property built for quarter horses that’s been sitting empty for years.
A Pahrump man was arrested in December after the personal property of his was found at the scene of a burglary.
The two men facing several felony charges related to an alleged armed robbery of a local convenience store Thanksgiving weekend are scheduled for a pretrial hearing in Pahrump Justice Court on Feb. 1.
After the busy December holiday at Death Valley National Park, officials said they plan to confront the off-road driving problem.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man related to an investigation being conducted by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
A Northern Nevada woman died last year from a bacterial infection resistant to all 26 antibiotics available in the U.S., highlighting the growing public health threat posed by so-called “superbugs.”
WASHINGTON — Ruben Kihuen is humbled and honored to be in the U.S. House of Representatives, but politics and governing were not his first priorities when he was growing up as an athlete.
CARSON CITY — Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt reported raising nearly $1.2 million in 2016, a record-setting figure for a Republican to attract two years out from a general election.
CARSON CITY — When Gov. Brian Sandoval delivered his final “State of the State” address Tuesday night, Nevada lawmakers received a written report card from the administration highlighting achievements realized over the past six years.
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