Mobilitie, the nation’s largest privately-held utility company, received an approval of the lease agreement that will allow it to provide service to underserved communities in Nye County.
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The Pahrump Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member into its fold.
Top Notch Repairs, a Pahrump auto repair shop, is set to expand after the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission gave it the go-ahead.
Key Nevada officials threw their support behind the Assembly resolution that opposes Yucca Mountain, while Nye County Commission Chairman Dan Schinhofen urged officials not to pass the measure in its current form.
People nowadays look for value in their meals when they go out. It is the nature of our society.
A Pahrump woman was arrested Thursday after she was accused of allegedly trying to lure children into her vehicle at Ian Deutch Memorial Park, authorities said.
Pahrump resident Mark Haught is $1,000 richer this week.
Writing at Quartz, Tim Fernholz notes that early space tourists “won’t benefit from the tight regulation we’ve come to expect in everything from air transport to private automobiles.” Although the Federal Aviation Administration enjoys approval authority over launches, the Commercial Space Act limits government interference in post-launch space flight.
A series of vehicle crashes kept Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue crews engaged in recent days.
Senate Bill 298 at this year’s Nevada Legislature would require welfare recipients to undergo drug tests. This does not, unfortunately, mean that Elon Musk and Mark Davis would have to take drug tests. It should, but it doesn’t.
For the safety of the participants in the Baker to Vegas relay passing through Pahrump, Nevada Highway 372 will be closed for an approximate two-mile stretch part of this weekend.
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 $22 million.
The Tonopah Coalition of groups that help provide human services to those in the region is saying thanks to the owner of the Round Mountain gold mine.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $21 million.
Pahrump Senior Center
There’s both good news and bad news regarding Saturday’s 6th annual Crab Fest, benefitting Pahrump’s Pioneer Territory CASA organization.
GEAR UP, Gaining Early Awareness for Undergraduate Programs, is a program designed to provide Pahrump Valley High School sophomores and juniors with the skills to succeed in post-secondary education and career choices.
The Grove medical marijuana dispensary is observing its one-year anniversary on Saturday with a special event open to the community.
Nevada legislators on Wednesday introduced a resolution that expresses opposition to the development of a repository for spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste at Yucca Mountain.
District 36 Assemblyman James Oscarson introduced a bill that address beneficial water use in overallocated basins, critical management areas and in times of drought.
The NyE Communities Coalition is organizing a H.O.P.E. run to benefit drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention programs to children throughout Nye, Esmeralda and Lincoln counties. H.O.P.E. stands for “healthy organizations, people and environments.”
Petrack Park on Saturday will be ground zero for some of the best prepared chili in Nevada, as the 6th annual Silver State Chili Cook-off returns.