Nye County is currently considering making several changes to Nye County Code Title 9, which regulates the brothel industry and one of the proposed changes, a six-hour leave rule, sparked outrage from many, particularly courtesans and advocates of the industry.
Pahrump resident and well-known television reporter Deanna O’Donnell is used to playing the role of observer and covering the stories, but this past Saturday the script was flipped when O’Donnell and her 2019 Taco Fest team were the story.
Pahrump youth took home several wins during the Nevada 4-H Expo Competition in Winnemucca.
The intersection of Nevada Highway 160 and Crawford Way in the heart of town was the setting for a rally in support of President Donald Trump early Wednesday afternoon.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo was the subject of two ethics complaints earlier this year, with a Nevada Commission on Ethics review panel determining that the issues contained therein could be adequately addressed through a stipulation agreement.
Kenny Delker scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 61 yards and Kody Peugh carried 10 times for 85 yards Friday night as the Pahrump Valley High School football team cruised to a 37-0 win over Western in Las Vegas.
Pahrump Senior Center
Drivers looking to travel eastbound from Nevada Highway 160 were forced to take a detour around the scene of a single-vehicle crash involving a semi-truck late Tuesday morning this week.
The two Pahrump brothers facing murder charges are scheduled to go to trial next year.
A popular Halloween-themed annual event returns this month, as the Pahrump Senior Center is hosting its annual “Monster Mash” party on Saturday, Oct. 26.
A bill that became effective October 1st that should concern all residents that own a vehicle in Nevada is AB483. The bill has been labeled as necessary to gather information for “future” road projects in Nevada.
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Nestled snugly between “BBQ-flavored-everything time” and “peppermint-flavored-everything time” we have my personal favorite – “pumpkin-spice-flavored-everything time”! This week I have a wonderful dessert overflowing with the nectar of the pumpkin spice gods.
Beginning earlier this month, weekly menus for the Nye County School District are no longer is included in the Pahrump Valley Times.
The future of the Crescent Dunes solar project, near Tonopah, may be uncertain.
Open enrollment on the Nevada Health Link exchange runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15. In the meantime, consumers are encouraged to “window shop” the varied plans on the exchange.
Valley Electric Association Inc.’s board of directors will have some new faces in the coming months.
Almost 47,000 specialty license plate registrations have occurred in the last year between the Golden Knights and Raiders editions.