Editor’s note: A story in the Sept. 5 Pahrump Valley Times contained incorrect information on the Pahrump Fall Festival. This story corrects the information and expands on the previous version.
When it comes to Question 3, the politically charged energy choice measure on the ballot in Nevada, a political line has been drawn over a single term: Deregulation.
The National Retail Federation joined nearly 300 organizations such as restaurants, grocers, building contractors and firefighters in urging Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to issue guidance resolving errors in the 2017 tax reform law related to depreciation rules and “carryback” of operating losses.
The U.S. Department of Labor has launched a digital platform, apprenticeship.gov, that offers career seekers a platform to search for apprenticeships by city, state and occupation, and connects job seekers to high-skilled, high-paying careers.
A federal appeals court has scheduled a briefing on Nevada’s legal challenge to Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner David Wright’s participation in decisions involving Yucca Mountain and nuclear waste storage at the proposed site, officials said Friday.
Gaming operators in Nye County have experienced an up-and-down curve when it comes to gaming win over the last few months on a monthly basis.
Funds from the settlement with Volkswagen’s unit in the United States are set to increase the availability of electric vehicle charging stations in Nye County.
“Shaky and nervous” is how Detective Logan Gibbs described the demeanor of Michael Wilson, who along with his brother, Dakota Saldivar, were arrested on murder charges in late July.
Friday night’s 42-14 homecoming victory over Sunrise Mountain was a textbook example of what Pahrump Valley football coach Joe Clayton wants to do.
Pahrump Valley High School’s boys cross-country team has a very different look this season. Three runners who finished in the top 12 at the Class 3A Southern Regional championships a year ago were seniors, leaving some very big shoes to fill.
Pahrump Valley High School football players had a simple task Friday night: start the way they did in a loss to Lowry and finish the way they did in a loss to Virgin Valley.
Having lived in these parts for nearly all of my 42 years, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say I’ve seen some strange things happen in the Kingdom of Nye.
Alternative perspective on Yucca Mountain project
The Nevada Silver Tappers and Ms. Senior Golden Years USA are at it again.
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 $29 million.
Valley Electric Association is set to host a panel discussion on Question 3 (Energy Choice) at its Quarterly Ambassador Meeting from 4 to 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Valley Conference Center, 800 East Highway 372 in Pahrump, the association announced.