The Fourth of July is just a week and a half away and the Pahrump Holiday Task Force is in the midst of preparing for the annual Fourth of July Parade, which the group is taking over for the first time this year, but that is not all that is in store for the group’s Independence Day celebrations.
A week-long search for a missing 15-year-old girl ended with a positive outcome on Tuesday.
As Southern Nevada is in the midst of a heat wave, many local residents who own swimming pools are now preparing to dive headlong into the waters.
After the county officially set its newest mask policy in May, members of the general public attending Nye County Commission meetings have, for the most part, been unmasked but for county staff, the requirement to wear a face mask had remained in place. That is, until last week, when commissioners took action to address the county’s internal mask policy and essentially removed the requirement without placing any burden of proof of medical condition or full vaccination status on those who make the choice to go into work with a face covering.
As part of a public health initiative called Vax Nevada Days, Gov. Steve Sisolak and the state Department of Health and Human Services, in partnership with Immunize Nevada, will give away $5 million in cash and prizes to nearly 2,000 Nevada residents who have initiated the COVID-19 vaccine process.
Nevada on Thursday reported 448 new coronavirus cases and 10 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Service.
Investigators could not determine a cause to the April fire at Scotty’s Castle, a landmark in Death Valley National Park.
UNLV’s Center for Business and Economic Research predicts that visitor volume in Southern Nevada will climb 57 percent this year and 13.2 percent next year, following its 55.2 percent drop in 2020.
A Nye County Sheriff’s Office investigation is underway regarding the death of a local man at a residence along the 1100 block of Sixshooter Avenue
Nevada on Wednesday reported 447 new coronavirus cases — the highest single-day total in six weeks — and one additional death over the preceding day.
No serious injuries were reported following a head-on collision along Homestead Road just before 8 a.m. on Wednesday morning June 23.
The Raiders defensive end became the first active NFL player to come out as gay on Monday, making the announcement on an Instagram post.
Jim Hatch of Pahrump hit 93 ringers on 200 shoes to go undefeated through five games and win the tournament championship at the Hot Pahrump Daze tournament June 12 at Petrack Park.
In an effort to improve its criminal justice system, reduce recidivism and support successful reentry into society for those who have served their time, in August, the state of Nevada will be convening its very first meeting of the Nevada Local Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council and the person representing the Nye County community has now been selected.
There are parallels between the coronavirus ‘experts’ who kept getting it wrong and global warming alarmists.
A group of children joined Nevada politicians in a flag-raising ceremony Saturday morning in Las Vegas in honor of Juneteenth.
State wildlife department officials are replenishing the desert bighorn sheeps’ only source of water. Without the emergency intervention, animal populations are threatened.
Experts in Las Vegas who participated in clinical trials of aducanumab, approved Monday by the FDA, say it is the first drug that appears to slow “the disease process itself.”
Maj. Sarah Spy has wanted to be a pilot since she was a little girl. Now, at 37, she has become the first female flight instructor pilot for the Nevada Air National Guard.