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No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Saturday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $9 million.
Both federal and state candidates have submittedtheir 2018 fundraising reports and primary elections are just four months away. Here are five observations on Dean Heller, Danny Tarkanian, Jacky Rosen and Steven Horsford.
Uncertainty “is swirling over whether the Census Bureau will be able to get an accurate population count for the 2020 census,” The Hill reports.
Not all residents in favor of brothel signage
Wells Fargo is announcing that the company’s increased minimum hourly pay rate of $15 for its U.S.-based employees goes into effect in March.
The Nevada State Veterans Home recently received a 5-Star rating, the highest score possible, in the U.S. News &World Report’s Best Nursing Homes Ratings, the state of Nevada reported.
Nye County gaming operators ended 2017 on a high note with strong increases in gaming win through December, with Clark County taking a small decrease for the month.
CVS Health plans to increase the starting wage rate for hourly employees to $11 an hour, effective in April, the company announced.
With a surge of tax returns expected during the upcoming Presidents Day weekend, the Internal Revenue Service is offering taxpayers several tips and time-saving resources to get them the help they need quickly and easily.
John Ruhs, the head of the Bureau of Land Management in Nevada, is leaving to become the bureau’s new director at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has extended the deadline for public input on the Revised Draft Southern Nevada District Resource Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement.
Senior Alyvia Briscoe led all scorers with 16 points as the Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team clinched the No. 1 seed in the Class 3A Sunset League with a 58-43 victory over Western on Senior Night on in Pahrump.
After wrestling as a freshman and sophomore, Pahrump Valley senior Morgan White took a year off.
Donkey Basketball is returning to Pahrump Valley High School, and tickets will go on sale beginning Thursday, Feb. 15, for the March 2 event.
A candidate for Pahrump justice of the peace was arrested this week and charged with violating a civil court order.
The Pahrump Valley Public Transportation bus service is coming ever closer to its official launch and the buzz is starting to make its way around the community.
Here’s a valuable reminder to all of those busy husbands, wives, boyfriends and girlfriends presently going about their commonplace mid-week routines in the valley.
A commitment by the Trump administration to restart the licensing on the controversial Yucca Mountain nuclear repository in Nevada is contained in the president’s budget blueprint unveiled Monday.
The moment when a loved one passes away is the last in which residents will want to struggle to gather all of the information and documentation necessary to deal with the death.
Seeing the emergence of a new filing season scam, the Internal Revenue Service is urging tax professionals to step up security and beware of phishing emails that can secretly download malicious software that can help cybercriminals steal client data.
Tips on astrophotography, historical buildings as tourist draws and productive strategic plans are among the topics at the Rural Roundup conference April 11-13 in Tonopah, Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison announced.
The town of Tonopah is all set to see a new addition to the fleet that provides emergency medical transportation to the community and surrounding areas.
You only need two ingredients to make this rich, decadent chocolate cake. Yes, you read that right. It’s just crazy.
Picturesque Red Rock Canyon was the setting for a recent Wounded Warrior Project hiking event that gave injured veterans an opportunity to exercise and share quality time with their veteran peers and others from their community.
On Saturday, about 15 men perused a Tet Offensive 50th anniversary remembrance display at American Legion Post No. 8. The display, which included machine guns, olive-green uniforms, and albums of photos, was a reminder of the attack that spanned 35 cities and killed 6,328 U.S. military personnel.
Fittingly, Sydney Dennis and Vaniah Vitto have the same greatest memory of their years playing soccer at Pahrump Valley High School.