A veteran thanks Denny’s and the community
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Melons are being teed up to become Nevada’s next State Thing.
Why the right-wing religious whacks are hypocrites
We had been childhood friends since we were six years old. Bob (not his real name) and I grew up in small-town Nevada.
Congress should renew diabetes program
Last week, four national television networks simulcast the same program, “XQ Super School Live.”
And your point is … what?
Laxalt’s upcoming but as-of-yet unannounced gubernatorial campaign was the underlying theme of his third annual Basque Fry.
Obviously, the football season is weighing on my mind. The opening college games came with a flurry and they ran from Thursday night until Monday because of the Labor Day holiday. I loved it.
The Internet and social media has greatly enhanced the capabilities of those that want to attack someone or something.
Resident questions Pahrump property codes
Let’s make some things perfectly clear here about this DACA business …
On Sept. 5, 1977, the Voyager I space craft set off on a journey that would take it out of our solar system.
As a business owner, I believe that one of the most important issues facing our nation today is tax reform.
In previous columns, we examined how someone on entitlements may receive the equivalent of almost $15 per hour in benefits and how they can’t afford to return to work on a minimum wage.
Reader outraged by teen’s treatment of puppy
A Category 5 storm of stupidity – Hurricane Kaepernick – is sweeping across the NFL.
Resident writes in support of hemp farm
Nevada stands alone among the states in an unprecedented rush to “Early Start” recreational marijuana sales that began on July 1. This wild ride to “Early Start” resulted in national embarrassment with a self-created “pot emergency” being declared on July 6—just five days later.
Democrats have long complained that when Republicans use extreme language, it fosters extremism in their followers, that those followers always take it a step further.
Last week we discussed how someone receiving entitlements in Nevada could earn more staying on entitlements than going back to work.
Editor’s note: The author’s name of the first letter below, “Stupidity is more dangerous than malice,” inadvertently was not included in the Aug. 23 newspaper version of the Pahrump Valley Times. The full letter appears below today along with the name of that letter writer.
So let me get this straight: A group of about 100 conservatives – who publicly and emphatically condemned racism and totally distanced themselves from the white nationalists and neo-Nazis of Charlottesville fame – got a permit for a rally in Boston in support of free speech.