The fourth annual Jim Marsh Classic will be at the Tonopah Speedway for two days of action, starting today and continuing Saturday.
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Nevada sent 13 players to the World Horseshoe Tournament in St. George, Utah, which came to a close on July 29.
Las Vegas off-road racer, Rob MacCachren, is living the dream. He is one of five drivers racing off-road that actually makes a living racing in off-road races in the Best in the Desert, sanctioning committee off-road events and the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series.
Pahrump Valley High School Trojans discount cards now on sale
The Pahrump Valley High School football team had its annual spaghetti dinner, and according to organizer Holly Clayton the fundraiser Aug. 12 was successful.
Beatty High School Hornets volleyball will be rebuilding this year, after three state appearances in a row.
Practice has started for the Beatty High School Hornets football team.
For decades, the Pahrump Valley Trojans have relied on three-sport athletes to set the tone and keep all of their sports programs going. Every sport had them. When you are a small town you depend on them.
The state of Nevada announced the appointment of Sandra Douglass Morgan to the Nevada Athletic Commission.
On July 29, the cars were flying in the mini stock class as two cars dramatically collided causing one car to roll three times.
The NFL preseason kicked off in Canton, Ohio last week and one resident of Pahrump is ready to go. His name is “Raider Rob.”
Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch is set to become home to the longest racetrack in the world after Nye County commissioners gave the go-ahead to purchase an additional 600 acres of public land.
Beatty track long-distance runner Jose Granados worked hard last year as a freshman runner, concluding his first year of high school track at the Nevada state track finals. But he wasn’t finished.
In this town where the parents have to scrape to find a good sports clinic, some of the parents are tired of waiting for the clinics to come to them.
Club soccer numbers have exploded in Pahrump to 100 plus kids and six teams in the valley.
Pahrump Valley Trojans signal caller under center Dylan Coffman knows what direction he is headed and wants people to know how confident he is about his team’s prospects this season.
With the Best in the Desert General Tire Vegas to Reno race starting in nine days, drivers are getting ready for the longest off-road race in the continental United States at 550 miles, which starts in Beatty on Aug. 18.
Rain, lightning and thunder took the center stage from a record performance by golfer Austen Ancell, stealing his thunder as he won the overall two-day tournament.
They say in sports that you don’t get many second chances. Tell that to a 66-year-old Badwater racer, who took matters into his own hands, when he returned to finish the race after failing the first time earlier in July.
The ultimate off-road race is set to start in Beatty on Aug. 18.
August is a great month for hunting and fishing. If you drew an early big game tag for antelope, elk, deer or a special archery tag, it’s time to get packing for a possible hunt of a lifetime. If you’re like the rest of us, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. More on that in our next column.
Senior saftey Cory Bergan is regarded as the “heart” of the Pahrump Valley Trojans defense by head football coach Joe Clayton.
Alice Eychaner has been the event chairwoman for Moose Lodge #808 for the Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay, which goes from Baker to Vegas and comes through Pahrump each year.
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