Planning commission should clean up junk-filled properties
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We are very fortunate to live here in our little community of Pahrump, tucked away from much of the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. Life is a little calmer here and it’s helpful to remind ourselves occasionally to keep things in their proper perspective.
The Trump administration and congressional Republicans released their grandiosely titled “Unified Framework for Fixing Our Broken Tax Code” on Sept. 27.
The Medicare Annual Election Period takes place from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7.
Pahrump Museum definitely worth the trip
On Oct. 13, swastikas were painted in a stairwell at the University of Nevada, Reno.
The Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts invaded Beatty on Saturday for the PCI Radio 250, and I have to say it was a well-organized race and a great show for all who saw it.
Bravo to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for finally declaring, unambiguously, that his players will either stand for the National Anthem or sit on the bench. But it’s too little, too late. Many of us have “cut the cord” with the NFL and ain’t goin’ back.
A heartfelt thank you to the Highway Patrol
At 2 p.m. on the Sunday afternoon of the horrific mass shooting on the strip I was at McCarran Airport, boarding a flight to Frankfurt, Germany, where I would be acting as a tour guide for my sister and her oldest daughter.
If there’s a situation in which the sentence “I can’t imagine it” works, it was this one.
In just three short years, as many as 1.3 million Nevadans will have to pay substantially more for their health insurance or face losing coverage. That’s when the so-called “Cadillac tax” is scheduled to go into effect.
Thank you to VEA for excellent, service
Is legal weed a blessing and potential opioid solution?
This NFL public relations disaster is actually pretty simple …
I have observed some really crazy driving these last few weeks in and around Pahrump. This week a mom in a minivan full of kids thought it was a good idea to drive 65 mph in the 50 zone at the top of the Mountain Springs pass and then cut me off to get around me where the road merges into one lane.
Trump did not win because Americans are stupid
Elected officials should be called on performance
On July 4, 1910, Jack Johnson fought Jim Jeffries in Reno in what was known as the Great White Hope Fight. Jeffries was the great white hope, Johnson an African-American champion. Johnson won, remaining the great black hope.
In the digital age, the way Pahrump homebuyers find the home they want to buy is changing.
Along with the Pahrump Valley High School team comes the future Trojans football players.
The storage of radioactive waste in Yucca Mountain is a tough sell to the public. This is far more of an emotional subject than a logical one. We have been taught since we were children to avoid anything radioactive. We associate radioactivity with nuclear bombs and the destruction they can cause.
During alcohol prohibition in the United States, there were a variety of ways people could legally drink. There were exceptions for medical reasons, religion loopholes, and others.
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