The federal Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Initiative is providing free entrepreneurship education and training for executives of small, poised-for-growth companies that are potential job creators.
Nathan Adelson Hospice, which has locations across Southern Nevada, including Pahrump, announced a deal to acquire a home hospice care provider in the region.
One season ago, with a roster stocked with seniors, the Beatty boys basketball team climbed to third place in the Class 1A Southern League and reached the region playoffs.
The Pahrump Valley High School baseball team will host its annual Maroon and Gold Alumni Game on Saturday, Feb. 17.
Happy New Year! Today, February 16, is the Chinese New Year. The Year of the Dog. Unlike our New Year’s celebration, which always happens on December 31, the Chinese New Year takes place on different dates each year because it’s based on the lunar calendar.
Pahrump Valley wrestling coach Craig Rieger is an enviable position, the sports equivalent of having your cake and eating it, too.
Hundreds of spectators poured into the Pahrump Valley High School auditorium to see local school-aged children perform “King Arthur’s Quest.”
Valley Electric Association, Inc. has issued a warning to member-owners in the Pahrump area, notifying them that the cooperative utility is not in partnership with a solar installation company that is soliciting itself as connected with VEA.
The FBI is warning the public to be aware of a scam that uses a text message with a photograph of purported FBI credentials and threatens to arrest the person if money isn’t sent.
It wasn’t supposed to end this way. Certainly not this quickly.
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
American flags are at half-staff in the Pahrump community in honor of the victims of the school shooting in South Florida.
A Nevada inmate in prison since 1958 and serving two life sentences for first-degree murder died this month at age 83, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced.
A man is recovering from injuries sustained after shooting himself in the leg at a local retailer.
There are more questions than answers regarding a body discovered in a room at the Holiday Inn Express on 861 S. Highway 160.
Valley Electric Association Inc. (VEA) announced it will conduct a forum for District 1 candidates from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Valley Electric Conference Center at 800 E. Highway 372.
Rural counties consistently had higher suicide rates than metropolitan counties from 2001-2015, according to data released in the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
Several Pahrump property owners are up in arms and expressing fury over the fact that the Nevada Division of Water Resources provided them with false information which, if it had gone undiscovered, could have resulted in thousands of dollars in unneeded expenditures.
Since November 2017 residents and visitors to the Pahrump Valley have had to navigate through or around the construction on Homestead Road and they will undoubtedly be happy to learn that the project is now only one week away from completion.
The Nevada Division of Tourism is pushing a travel itinerary in the state for those interested in the existence of life beyond earth’s atmosphere; life forms that may have already visited the “blue planet.”
A true comedy legend who had performed in Pahrump is being remembered.
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of Feb. 19 – Feb. 23:
Nuclear Care Partners is hosting a free resource workshop at the Pahrump Senior Center from 10:30 a.m. to noon Feb. 20 to help former Nevada Test Site workers and atomic workers.
It won’t take a miracle for the U.S. men’s hockey team to win the gold medal this year — when the NHL won’t participate in the Winter Olympics — but the odds are against the Americans (10-1).
Nye County Public Works buildings 1 and 2 in Tonopah, which are currently unoccupied and unused, are all set to undergo a cleanup process thanks to Nye County’s involvement in the Rural Desert Southwest Brownfields Coalition.
Tonopah junior Kevin Pope has wrestled for coach Duffy Otteson since he was 8 years old, starting with the junior wrestling program Otteson has run for many years.
I recently heard an interesting take on the question of whether or not communities should embrace growth. Communities, especially more rural ones like Pahrump, sometimes fear growth.
They learn nothing from history
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $10 million.