Questions we ought to be asking ourselves
Medicare helps to pay for a wide variety of health services, from flu shots to hospital stays, and from preventive health screenings to hospice care.
There are times when it seems like Nevada politics is controlled from outside the state.
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 $21 million.
Two people were transported to Desert View Hospital after a two-vehicle crash along Highway 160 at Homestead Road.
Beatty Middle School celebrated Pi Day, which is celebrated worldwide on March 14, by holding a science fair and serving pie to those who attended.
About 100 member-owners from Valley Electric Association Inc.’s south Pahrump voting district, employees of the cooperative and media members packed into Valley’s conference center for the cooperative’s annual district meeting for the area.
A total of 15 Nevada candidates are seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate, filing for the position that’s up for election this year.
The time is nearing for government entities to set their fiscal year 2018-2019 budgets and the Nye County Water District Governing Board is already prepared with a tentative budget approved at its March 26 meeting.
A Pahrump man who claimed that he was “guarding an occupied home against drug cartels,” was arrested on trespassing charges.
Charlene Riley shot a hole-in-one March 16 at Lakeview Executive Golf Course in Pahrump.
It was a milestone day for the NyE Communities Coalition in more than one way during the 2018 HOPE Run/Walk, which marked the 10th consecutive year for this annual event and saw a massive crowd of participants, the largest ever experienced before.
We live in a world that is connected to virtually everything 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We should be considering the potential for harm
The Pahrump Valley softball team scored in double digits for the fourth time in six games Wednesday with a four-inning 15-0 victory at Chapparal.
Mitt Romney “re-engaged” politically on Feb. 16 by announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate from Utah. Romney is widely seen as a “favorite son” in Utah, despite having been born in Michigan and spending most of his adult life in Massachusetts, including serving as governor (2003-2007).
Dominique Maloy needs very little time to infuse anyone within earshot with her energy, enthusiasm and optimism. So imagine how 11-year-old Dane Clayton felt after getting a full hour of one-on-one instruction with the former track and field All-American.
Pahrump Senior Center
Dozens of high school boys and girls competed in 14 events as the Nevada State High School Rodeo Association held a rodeo in Pahrump for the first time in more than a decade Feb. 24 at McCullough Arena.
Officials from the Soroptimist International Pahrump Valley honored L.D. Meiklejohn on March 13, with the organization’s Ruby Award for his unending dedication to the women and girls of Pahrump. Meiklejohn donated thousands of dollars in scholarship funds for the organization’s certified nursing assistant program.
A Pahrump justice of the peace candidate is moving along with his candidacy after being cleared of criminal charges this week.
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
Helping youth golf programs flourish in Pahrump once again will combine with the chance to win prizes when the 23rd annual Quarter Auction returns to Mountain Falls Golf Club on April 14.
Nevada businessman Dennis Hof has had his Love Ranch brothel license reinstated after a narrow vote by the Nye County Liquor and Licensing Board but keeping the license from here on out will require Hof to comply with an array of conditions.
A Pahrump woman is facing serious charges including child abuse and neglect after Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies made an unannounced visit to her home earlier this month.
The FBI is warning consumers that criminals are posting fraudulent online classified advertisements offering vehicles for sale that are not, nor have ever been, in their possession.
Two more telephone scams are developing in the 775 area code, authorities report.
An individual who ran multimillion-dollar prize promotion scams was sentenced this month to serve 87 months in prison by a federal judge in Nevada, the Department of Justice announced.