The NFL preseason kicked off in Canton, Ohio last week and one resident of Pahrump is ready to go. His name is “Raider Rob.”
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The boys and girls Pahrump Valley High School cross-country team gears up every weekday for a morning workout. Those runners thinking of joining the team this year are free to run with them.
For the past 14 years, the Lakeview Executive Golf Course at 1471 E. Mount Charleston Drive has been under private ownership and just getting by. This could all be coming to an end as the Nye County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 to move forward in the process of buying the course. They made an offer of $650,000 (see front page story).
If you run a lot just for fitness, then you might know what a HOKA is. A HOKA is not a foreign word, but if you are not a runner you might think it is.
Lakeview Executive Golf Course could soon be purchased by the town of Pahrump, after officials approved moving forward with the idea.
The Trojans football team is hitting the gridiron in mid-July in preparation for the upcoming season.
The Pahrump Valley Trojans girls soccer team will be at Draft Picks washing cars on Saturday, July 22 from noon to 4 p.m. The girls will be accepting donations and proceeds will support the girls soccer team.
DEATH VALLEY— Wataru Iino of Japan, a 37-year-old rookie runner, set a harsh pace in brutal humidity to win the 135-mile STYR Labs Badwater race on Tuesday through Death Valley, winning in 24 hours, 56 minutes 19 seconds.
If you’ve got that urge to go out and eat a lot of spaghetti for a good cause, it’s that time of year again.
A Sacramento, California man has been arrested for suspicion of manslaughter in connection with the death of Robert Douglas Shaffer, a former Truckee High School football coach.
A letter in response to Wednesday’s sports column: We live in a sports void … seriously.
In the continuing effort to keep kids and their parents informed about upcoming sports clinics in Pahrump, Dominique Maloy returns to the area for a “Back2School - A Youth Sports Experience” clinic.
These days in Pahrump we live in a sports void called Southern Nevada. We are on the border of California, where there are five major league baseball teams, four NFL teams (soon to be three) and a boatload of college teams in every sport. Not to mention, the NBA and NHL teams available. But here the pickings are few and far between.
This is part two of a three-part series on the McGregor-Mayweather fight. The last part of this series is what people think about the fight. Would you pay for the fight and why and who do you think will win the fight and why? Please send your response to sports editor Vern Hee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Lutheran (Class 1A), The Meadows (2A), Boulder City (3A) and Reno and Palo Verde (4A- tie) are the NIAA’s winners for the Award of Excellence in Academics, Athletics and Citizenship for the 2016-2017 school year, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association announced in a news release.
Mixed martial arts fighter and local karate expert Andrew Gonzalez speaks out about the Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather fight. Gonzalez lives in Pahrump and has a second-degree black belt and is working on his third degree. He not only is a fan of mixed martial arts but also takes part in amateur fights. This is one in a series of stories on the McGregor-Mayweather fight.
Saddle West Casino and the Pahrump Dust Devil Horseshoe players hosted a fun horseshoe pitching event at Petrack Park on July 1.
Both Tonopah High School and Tonopah junior wrestlers attended wrestling camps in three different states in an attempt to improve their craft.
The Connie Mack summer season is winding down with the Trojans 16U (16 and under) team still in first place at 9-4.
The Beatty Town Advisory Board has voted to support the Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno race scheduled for August.
Great fishing opportunities can be had along the Colorado River from Davis Dam through Casino Row and down to Big Bend in Laughlin.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association at the last board meeting on June 19 changed the rules in two sports for the upcoming school year.