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Pahrump Valley High School may have its traditions with graduation and pomp and circumstance, but Rosemary Clarke Middle School also has a unique way of saying goodbye to its eighth-grade students and celebrating student achievement in general.
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is teaming up with local law enforcement agencies to educate motorists on seat-belt usage through the “Click it or Ticket” campaign that runs through May 31.
Extra copies of the graduation special section that appeared in the Pahrump Valley Times on Wednesday are to be available for pickup in Pahrump and Beatty.
Nye County commissioners issued a display fireworks event permit for Zambelli Fireworks for an aerial display at Pahrump Valley High School at 501 E. Calvada Blvd. in Pahrump on Friday.
“The ceremony went very well and each time we do it we get a little bit better.”
As we celebrate and honor our veterans this Memorial Day weekend and give a heartfelt, “Thank you for your service” to those who have returned and a “God bless” to those who didn’t.
It’s a great opportunity for local residents to go back and relive a more innocent time in American culture, as the Pahrump Senior Center hosts its popular “Sock Hop” at the Saddle West Resort from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., on Saturday, June 3.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Saturday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $40 million.
The Pahrump Valley High School Class of 2017 commencement ceremonies are set for 8 p.m. Friday at the school’s football field.
Local emergency crews were met with numerous, diverse calls for service during the past week.
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.
Special to the Pahrump Valley Times
Sometimes it takes only one teacher to turn a student around.
Gubernatorial candidate Jared Fisher recently biked through Pahrump as part of his statewide tour.
Area veterans looking for straight answers about their rights and benefits earned through military have an ally on their side.
The Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy Committee voted 4-3 on party lines to approve Senate Joint Resolution 6. It now goes to the full Senate. It also must pass the Assembly to move forward.
Nye County officials approved changes to the county code that will allow for recreational marijuana sales.
Just in time for those hot days, the Pahrump Community Pool will open its doors early this year.
She has read more than 4 million words since the beginning of the school year and wants to become a marine biologist or an oceanographer later in life.
When Diana Spencer-Saum opened her business last June, she didn’t know what kind of community response to expect.
By July 1, those over 21 years of age will be able to purchase recreational marijuana in Nevada. So does this make Nevada’s medical marijuana program obsolete?
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