For more than a decade and a half, the town of Pahrump has been working toward development of a huge patch of land with the ultimate goal of turning 427 acres of property into a major recreation facility, the Pahrump Fairgrounds.
Many Pahrump area property owners have been angry these past few weeks about a future hike in the per parcel fee assessed on their property taxes. And owners haven’t been shy about expressing their frustrations either.
Two U.S. senators representing Nevada are calling for the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General to investigate conditions at the Nevada Southern Detention Center, a privately-owned facility in Pahrump that contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as “ICE.”
A Pahrump youth robotics team is working to raise funds for its journey to Northern Nevada for an annual state championship.
The Nevada 2020 Democratic Caucus, the “First in the West” as it is proudly being hailed, is just over a month away, and the Nevada Democratic Party is preparing for the major undertaking that will help decide the Democratic presidential nomination.
Junior Kate Daffer poured in 17 points Wednesday night to lead the Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team to a 55-12 rout of Western in Las Vegas.
The lanes at the Nugget Bowl often are used for fundraising events, and some have become annual traditions.
This is the first part of a series taking a look at the impact of sports specialization and club sports on high school athletics.
Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas will be celebrating Black History Month with a new, large-scale photography exhibit and a series of lectures throughout February.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is right around the corner, and coinciding with the nationwide holiday in honor of the life and legacy of the civil rights leader, Pahrump’s Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Foundation will be holding its 17th Annual All People’s Luncheon.
The Nevada Department of Public Safety is planning a hiring event in Pahrump, an effort scheduled for Jan. 25.
To see examples of the ever-increasing rush to judgment, take a look at any form of social media today and read the comments posted.
Pahrump Senior Center
There is no ‘I’ in team but there is in ‘me-ism’
Beatty residents will be able to receive another radio station sometime in the near future.
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.
The last of three cases surrounding the 2018 murder of James Remster, 62, in Nye County, came to a close on Nov. 19. Tonopah resident Jeannie Newberry was given the maximum sentence of 2-5 years in prison in Tonopah District Court in mid-November; she pleaded guilty to information of accessory to murder under a plea agreement with the Nye County District Attorney’s Office earlier in 2019, court records show.