With the checkered flag waving on another exciting night of close racing action Saturday at Pahrump Valley Speedway, 14-year-old Jake Pike picked up his second consecutive Modified feature event.
The Internal Revenue Service announced a new format for individual tax transcripts that will redact personally identifiable information from the Form 1040 series.
Except for the ending, it was the kind of drive that sticks in the memory for a long time.
An e-waste recycling event returned to the Pahrump Community Library on Saturday.
The U.S. House of Representatives this summer passed the Expanding Access to Capital for Rural Job Creators Act, legislation to help expand economic opportunities for entrepreneurs in rural areas.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry visited the Nevada National Security Site and met with employees during a two-day stopover this week that was not announced in advance.
“Look, listen and learn,” is the catchphrase for this year’s National Fire Prevention Association’s Fire Prevention Week campaign.
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 $27 million.
A lot of mass mailings are going out from political parties and candidates that include voter registration forms that encourage voters to correct their address with the attached voter registration form, but these notices are not being sent by the Nye County Clerk’s Office.
Losing a football game by one point can be tough to take. Losing a football game by two points isn’t much easier. But what about doing both on consecutive weeks? Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton is eager to see just how his team responds to the adversity when they take the field at home Friday against Sunrise Mountain.
Talk to Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer coach Chris Roberts, and the word “excited” keeps popping up in the conversation.
Motorists across the country continue to see their local pump prices dropping, AAA said this week.
Pahrump Valley High School Music Instructor Michael Wineski was still beaming on Monday as he spoke about an upcoming trip to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, along with more than two dozen of his band students later this year.
In a ruling that Dennis Hof is hailing as a win over Nye County, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Boulware issued a preliminary injunction on Monday ordering the county to reinstate his brothel and liquor licenses.
Members of the Nevada delegation representing Nye and Esmeralda counties in Congress are remembering U.S. Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican and 2008 GOP presidential nominee, who died over the weekend as the result of brain cancer. He was 81.
The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations on the new 100-percent depreciation deduction that allows businesses to write off most depreciable business assets in the year they are placed in service by the business.
Brothel was a hot issue at commission meeting
As a candidate for governor, it’s hard to imagine how Democrat Steve Sisolak could lose.
A local bar on the north side of town is undergoing a major transformation in the next couple of months.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., is planning to introduce bipartisan legislation with Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, that would benefit rural communities in Nevada and across the country.
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 $26 million.
It’s not soup season, but it is Hatch chile season! This soup, starring Hatch chiles is so light, fresh and budget-friendly, I think we’ll make an exception.
Though Pahrump resident Daniel Taylor and his wife Rebecca managed to escape death with just the clothes on their backs, both lamented losing all of their belongings in the aftermath of Tuesday’s structure fire on the 900 block of Wilson Road.
Customers at Lakeside Casino were treated to a two-hour performance from a popular Las Vegas performer who was also a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Pahrump Senior Center
The brothel license for Love Ranch Vegas was revoked after Nye County commissioners said the owner and Republican Assembly candidate, Dennis Hof, failed to renew the license on time.
Nevada residents can expect to see a drop in electricity rates thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to a new analysis.
ARES Nevada LLC has been striving toward a Regulation Energy Management project for many years and it now appears to be nearing the moment when the company will be able to break ground.
Nevada’s education establishment has a new plan to fix schools: Repeat the old plan. Nevada politicians first implemented the buzzwords you hear now — more funding, smaller class sizes, increased teacher pay — decades ago.