The soaring 110-degree temperatures on Saturday night didn’t deter the crowd or the racers from coming out.
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Pahrump Valley Speedway started Mini Dwarf racing for kids some three years ago and the program continues to grow.
The Nevada Little League District Four 8-10-year-old 10-team tournament started in Pahrump on Monday and ends June 27.
The Journey of Hope South cross-country cycling team made a pit stop in Pahrump to visit the Pahrump Special Olympics athletes at Burdett and Terry Ward’s house.
The Gil Llewellyn Game Time Basketball Camp was in town for the week, working with 25 basketball players of different ages from June 12-15 at the Pahrump Valley High School gym.
The heat is back in full force in the desert where we live and people who live here have to deal with the heat. Those in town that run to stay in shape learn to either run early in the morning or learn to run in the heat.
The “Trojans 14U” Connie Mack baseball team recorded their first wins of the Summer season (2-6) as they routed the Chargers Black team in a doubleheader on Tuesday night at home, 20-6 in the first game and then they beat them in a close game in the nightcap 9-7.
Pahrump’s 05 Trojans 12U Silver State Soccer team ended their season in glory on May 20-21 by winning the Silver State Soccer League Spring Cup.
Special Olympics Nevada celebrated its Reno Summer Games on June 9-10, where nearly 300 athletes throughout the state and eastern California gathered for track and field, swimming and bocce ball at Reno High School and the University of Nevada, Reno.
There is something to be said about watching athletes mature and grow up in this small town of ours.
Not many high school athletes train that hard over the summer break. What do you have to do to motivate them? Just imagine, wouldn’t it be great if your high school athlete could get off the couch and do some meaningful training this summer? Some Tonopah High School parents found a solution to the couch potato blues.
Even though Little League closed out the regular season some two weeks ago, competitive baseball is still going on for some Little Leaguers.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association has a new formula to measure high school athletic programs.
Wedding bells will be ringing in Pahrump as Hilario Alcaraz and Kaitlyn Klem announce wedding plans.
If you can take a punch and like getting hit by a 2,000-pound bull, then bullfighting is the job for you.
I am sure by now, as former Nevada Wolf Pack star Colin Kaepernick, once adored throughout Nevada, now finds himself up a creek without a paddle and no water, that he is saying to himself, “What is the big deal, all I did was refuse to stand for a song?”
Trojans softball team received top honors on the all-region team and all-conference teams.
The Pahrump Trojans 14 and under Connie Mack team came close to winning its first game against the GV Elite team from Las Vegas on Monday, losing 8-7.
It just irks me to know that Pahrump has to go another year without having its own senior games.
Three local soccer players who play on the Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer team participated with some Las Vegas girls in a beach sand soccer tourney in Huntington Beach, California.
Mountain Falls Golf Course is not all about the golf.
The participation trophy. I have been against this for years and finally, a league in this town has come to the same conclusion as I have. The P-Town Little League decided to do away with participation trophies.
Basketball players getting ready for next year, grab your gym shoes and get ready to play some hoops.
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