The start of the 2019 open enrollment period is just about a month away for Medicare, and those who qualify will have another option to consider with a new provider coming into the Nye County market.
Gary Wyatt was determined to get back into Victory Lane.
It was the kind of ending befitting a playoff game rather than a league opener, but it was no less satisfying for Christopher Vega and the Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team.
Despite graduating a very talented group of seniors, Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer coach Julie Carrington made one thing very clear: The Trojans play for states.
After listening to more than a half dozen witnesses testify, Pahrump Justice of the Peace Kent Jasperson decided there was enough sufficient evidence to bound two teenage murder suspects up to district court.
A multi-jurisdictional operation from law enforcement agencies led to the arrests of 135 people wanted on felony charges across different states and counties, according to a U.S. Marshals Service release.
Editor’s Note: This is part one in a series on suicide prevention and awareness. Details on the Safe Talk, Youth Mental Health and Adult Mental First Health courses, as well as other suicide and mental health resources in Nye County, will be presented in a future publication of the Pahrump Valley Times.
In a continuation of the most recent lawsuit from brothel owner and Nevada Assembly District 36 candidate Dennis Hof, Nye County has filed a notice of violation in the case, citing allegedly illegally captured photographs taken by Hof.
There has been much time for reflection and contemplation since the worst terrorist attack on American soil in this nation’s history.
Note: This is Part 1 of 2 in the coverage of the energy choice forum.
U.S. Department of Energy proposal to store up to a ton of weapons-grade plutonium at the Nevada National Security Site, 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas, is condemned by state lawmakers.
A minibike rider is dead following a collision with a vehicle on Kellogg Road on Saturday evening.
On Sept. 5, the New York Times published an op-ed supposedly written by an anonymous official within President Donald Trump’s administration.
Resident thanks Flight for Life for flyover
When Ronald Reagan was president (a REAL one, not an appointed one), he had difficulty with facts.
After more than a three-year hiatus, Tonopah will get a full-time physician’s assistant, officials said.
An employee for the Nye County seat of Tonopah has taken a new position with the Nevada Division of Tourism, more commonly known as TravelNevada. The agency also announced the promotion of a current employee in a news release.
Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a four-vehicle crash Thursday morning on Interstate 11.
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 $31 million.