Pahrump Valley dominates second half to top Democracy Prep

It was a tale of two halves Friday night for the Pahrump Valley High School football team, but their dominance in the second half made it easy to forget the crazy back-and-forth nature of the first.

Nevada’s Kihuen does not rule out future run

Nevada’s 4th U.S. House District Rep. Ruben Kihuen decided last December he would not seek re-election after a House Ethics Committee investigation began into allegations he sexually harassed two women.

Parade to force closure of state Highway 160 in Pahrump

Beware local motorists, a portion of Highway 160 between Dandelion Street and Oxbow Avenue will be closed for the annual Pahrump Fall Festival Parade on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., according to a Nevada Department of Transportation, (NDOT) news release.

California lottery

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 $8 million.

Nevada secures $32M in additional transportation funding

The Nevada Department of Transportation acquired approximately $32 million in additional federal highway spending authority which has been made available for state road projects through the Federal Highway Administration fiscal year-end redistribution of funds.

Drivers can now go 65 on the 215 in northwest Las Vegas

Motorists in the northwest Las Vegas Valley can now travel a little faster along a portion of the 215 Beltway.

President Trump thrills supporters at Southern Nevada rally

Sandwiched between thousands of supporters, Jennie Hardy gripped a bright pink “Women for Trump” sign and waited for the man she credits with putting her son, a diesel mechanic, back to work.

Injured Nye County deputy continues to recover

Roughly four months after being struck by a vehicle while on duty, Nye County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Duane Downing’s condition is improving, according to his daughter Deidra Gromis, 25.

Valley’s newly appointed CEO staying in Wisconsin

Valley Electric Association Inc.’s newly named CEO changed his mind about accepting the job just days after the cooperative’s board of directors announced he was set to take the position later in 2018.

Blasting begins in mountain pass between Las Vegas, Pahrump

The first day of blasting along Highway 160 brought about a long line of cars, trucks and commercial vehicles from the western edge of Mountain Springs to well over a mile of vehicles waiting to travel to Las Vegas.

Input sought on mine operations near Death Valley

The operators of a gold mine located just outside Death Valley National Park’s western border have proposed modifications to their plan of operations, the park announced.

Souza’s goal sends Pahrump Valley over Western

Madelyn Souza calmly stepped up to the ball, sitting about 35 yards from the Western goal, with about 15 minutes left in the second half.

Cipollini, Sonerholm lead strong Pahrump Valley cross-country effort

Pahrump Valley senior Jacob Cipollini finished the three-mile course in 16 minutes, 46.3 seconds to finish seventh in the Senior Division 3 race Saturday at the 45th Dana Hills Nike Invitational in Dana Point, California.

Survey data provides small business snapshot

The third quarter MetLife &U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index (Index) released indicates that the majority (69.7 percent) of small business owners have a positive outlook about their company and the small business environment in the United States.

Effort seeks to assist rural areas

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking feedback on a plan to increase access to capital in rural areas by streamlining regulations for four rural development loan guarantee programs.

Wells Fargo commits $5 million for tribal solar

Wells Fargo announced a philanthropic commitment of $5 million over three years to support solar projects in tribal communities across the U.S.

Thomas Knapp: What is an “impeachable offense?”

In a Labor Day tweet, President Donald Trump took Attorney General Jeff Sessions to task over the indictments of two Republican congressmen — one for insider trading, the other for misusing campaign funds.

Nellis ceremony honors Nevadans listed as MIA, ex-prisoners of war

One by one, members of the Rancho High School color guard placed a red rose onto a white and blue wreath on Friday at Nellis Air Force Base — each representing a Nevadan listed as missing in action in U.S. military conflicts.

Two flown to UMC after U.S. Highway 95 crash

Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services, along with Mercy Air crews, maintained a very busy schedule as both agencies received numerous service calls in recent days.

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