The four individuals arrested on sexual abuse charges relating to minors were formally arraigned this week before Pahrump Justice Court Judge Lisa Chamlee.
The Pahrump Valley Times’ E-edition, launched in early 2020, coalesces the traditional printed newspaper and the 21st century digital world and increases the ease of reading for subscribers and, currently, others browsing the publication’s website using a PC, Mac or mobile device.
The administrator of the Pahrump Moose Lodge 808 said it’s unclear at present when the kitchen will reopen following a fire.
The state Department of Motor Vehicles eliminated the parallel parking portion of the driving skills test effective Jan. 13, after determining it was unnecessary.
Pahrump resident Gary Marchinke said he kneels for the cross and stands for the flag. But on Wednesday afternoon Feb. 5, Marchinke was pounding the pavement for roughly two hours at the corner of Highways 160 and 372, with a banner in hand in support of President Donald Trump’s impeachment acquittal, courtesy of Republicans in the U.S. Senate.
The spread of the novel coronavirus, which has infected more than 69,000 people globally and led to more than 1,600 deaths, may not be as impactful in the U.S. as it has been in China, where the virus is thought to have originated. Over a dozen people have tested positive in the U.S. as of mid-February, according to the World Health Organization.
Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys have been playing 1920s jazz-age music long enough to discover a nearly irresistible ‘prescription for joy’ and they’re bringing it to Marta Becket’s Amargosa Opera House stage this Saturday night. Headlining for the 52nd anniversary celebration of the famous theater-in-the-middle-of-nowhere, Klein’s ensemble tops off a program packed with good old-fashioned vaudevillian fun.
The used and broken sofa appeared alongside the roadway overnight. Laying on its side, it was just a few feet from the shoulder of the paved two-lane rural road. At first glance, you may have thought that it might have fallen off a truck by accident, but a longer look showed that it wasn’t alone, there were a couple of plants and other trash next to it.
Reader explains what impeachment was about
Senior Night is one of the most bittersweet moments for a high school athlete. The chance to look back on your time playing a sport often brings back positive memories, but knowing it’s coming to an end can be tough to swallow.
This is the fifth part of a series taking a look at the impact of club sports on high school athletics.
A Pahrump man sustained serious injuries after rolling his vehicle along Bolling Road just after 10 a.m., on Monday, Feb. 10.
A Nye County Sheriff’s Office K-9 deputy is being credited for sniffing out a controlled substance following a traffic stop last month.
The Interim Finance Committee approved an additional $15,500 to cover additional costs related to protecting Gov. Steve Sisolak, who travels more frequently than his predecessor.
It’s Valentine’s Day! Love is in the air and so is the ambrosial fragrance of chocolate! Here’s a great inexpensive, last-minute indulgence to share (or not?). I must warn you – these chocolate candies are dangerously easy to make. So, I’ll apologize to your Spanx in advance.
The Nevada Board of Dental Examiners finalized the termination of its executive director and general counsel and are looking for replacements to head the agency.
Several partners brought a scene from the Old West alive in Death Valley, California in early November.
The dog, now known as Dudley, was found bleeding from his mouth Sunday on U.S. Highway 95, northwest of Las Vegas, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Snow was falling in the Spring Mountains Wednesday morning, a part of the storm that brought rain to the Las Vegas Valley and Southern Nevada.