Saying, “This is exactly the type of lawmaking that we need,” the Beatty Town Advisory Board has sent a letter to the county urging the passage of an amendment to Nye County Code requiring companies planning renewable and non-renewable energy projects to obtain a position letter from local governing bodies before beginning the permitting process.
The policy requires employees to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination series by Dec. 1 or face possible termination. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered.
The Pahrump Fall Festival is less than two weeks away and after having to cancel in 2020, event organizers are striving to make the return of the festival a total blast for the entire community. As such, town and county officials have been working hard to bring together all of the traditional elements of the Fall Festival while also incorporating several new features, one of which is set to kick off the festival with a bang.
The Clark County Coroner has released the name of the child who died following a two-vehicle crash along Highway 160 on Sunday, Sept. 5.
A brand new weather station that monitors meteorologic conditions at Death Valley National Park is now up and running.
By putting in additional efforts to combat drunk and distracted drivers along Silver State roadways, the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Division has received a grant in the amount of $100,000 from the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety for targeted DUI enforcement campaigns during the coming year.
The Biden administration appears more concerned about parents speaking out at school board meetings than the Antifa members who rampaged through Portland last summer.
The ban and other restrictions, which previously applied only to federal lands such as the Humbldt-Toiyabe National Forest, have been expanded to all public lands in Nevada.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released guidance on Wednesday in an effort to reduce the amount of salt in food products at restaurants, school cafeterias and packaged and prepared foods. Food makers, however, are not obligated to take action in the voluntary guidance.
The Social Security Administration announced a cost-of-living raise of 5.9% starting in 2022, the largest annual increase in 40 years. The rise, however, comes in the face of other increases in food, shelter and other goods.
The Pahrump Public Lands Advisory Committee had what may very well have been the biggest turnout the advisory body has ever seen before during its Tuesday, Oct. 12 meeting.
Fall is in the air and for the town of Pahrump, that means it’s almost time for Pumpkin Days.
U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt made a stop in the valley last week, spending some time at local eatery Mom’s Diner to speak with area residents as he ramps up his campaign for the 2022 election.
Pahrump resident Shauna “Shay” Dragna and her three youngsters, Cayleigh, Caden and Conner, have spent the last month focusing on their very first public philanthropy project and though they entered into the endeavor without any previous experience and absolutely no idea how it might turn out, the results of their efforts are bearing some very positive fruit.
Over the decades, parts of the town of Pahrump have been a choice location for motion picture directors filming Hollywood movies.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske has told Attorney General Aaron Ford in a letter the state constitution doesn’t allow for petitions to be withdrawn.
A Saturday memorial ceremony in Las Vegas honored the service of longtime Nevada Army National Guard leader Bob Herbert, who was also an aide to then-Sen. Harry Reid. Herbert died Sept 24.
The fourth annual 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony was held on Friday at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater in downtown Las Vegas.
After a tour at Sunshine Minting in Henderson, Gov. Steve Sisolak said he supports efforts to bring more manufacturing jobs to Nevada.