“Some rural communities have little or no health care options locally,” the letter from Beatty leaders says in part. “Outreach programs may be their only source of preventative health care and treatment. This makes outreach programs and the volunteers who graciously donate their time critical to the health and well-being of the communities they serve…”
“I don’t feel comfortable making such a vote on a drastic decision … without meeting them myself,” says trustee Chelsy Fischer. Instead, trustees will engage with stakeholders in the Duckwater community next month before reaching a decision to close the facility.
DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – Park rangers were dispatched to Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park around 2:30 a.m. on March 24 to look for a woman reported missing by her companions. The woman returned around 8:20 a.m. after hiking to a road and hitchhiking.
Nevada Assemblyman Greg Hafen II (R-Pahrump) hosted his first Live Town Hall of the 2023 Legislative Session last month, discussing a wide variety of topics with his constituents, including solar farms, his proposed voter ID requirement, a veterans’ bill he is sponsoring and more.
Chili cook-off, live music, a Sunday breakfast, and a 16-hour of karaoke competition
The Pahrump Valley track team got back to business Tuesday afternoon with a midweek meet at Desert Oasis High School. Five schools – Pahrump Valley, Desert Oasis, Bishop Gorman, Spring Valley and Awaken Christian – from the 3A, 4A and 5A divisions competed in the meet.
Adrienne Fors says she was eating pork and rice when she literally bit off more than she could chew. “When I tried to swallow, it went down my throat and then then it got caught with the curve of my throat. Thank goodness Troy was there to do the Heimlich on me.”
The Nevada State Ethics Commissions found earlier this week that former Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo had failed to disclose his financial interests ahead of a vote to increase pandemic-relief funds to local small business owners. He benefited about $35,000 from the deal, according to the finding of a state ethics panel.
The Pahrump Valley has its share of residents without adequate shelter and providing assistance to them is what the Community Crisis Intervention Committee is all about.
The event is sponsored by Nathan Adelson Hospice and comforts those who are grieving the loss of a loved ones.
Tonopah has held all six opponents to five runs or less, while they have scored 20 or more runs in four of the six games.
The venue just made sense for Althea Georgia Bell Brooks-Hall and Keith Franklin Brooks-Hall, who decided to tie the knot at Tonopah Liquor Co. where they met exactly 12 months earlier and have shared so many “firsts.”
Five people detained by ICE were transferred to two Nevada facilities as retaliation for seeking medical care, advocacy groups say.
Low enrollment likely to force shut down at the remote K-8 facility.
Anthony Craighead was arrested in luring a child with a computer in 2017, but the case was dismissed.
Gov. Joe Lombardo touted fiscal responsibility during his first State of the State speech Monday, proposing a cut to the gas tax, increased funding for K-12 education and a cost of living increase for state employees.
During Radon Action Month in January, the American Lung Association is urging residents to test their homes for radon.
Pahrump records 31 new cases in the past weeks, according to the latest data, which shows hospitalizations are slightly down from the virus.
Michele Fiore’s move to Nye County in November has raised questions about the legitimacy of her last votes on the Las Vegas City Council and her appointment to a Pahrump Justice Court bench.