Pahrump Valley Speedway hosting monster trucks

Pahrump Valley Speedway will be the site when the Monster Truck Insanity Tour returns to Pahrump on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2-3.

Air Force finalizes plan to take big bite of Nevada wildlife refuge

Just in time for National Wildlife Refuge Week, the Air Force has unveiled its final plan to block public access to about 277,000 acres of Nevada’s largest refuge, 30 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

Trump Jr. to rally Republicans in Pahrump

The 2018 election is barreling toward its conclusion and the Nevada Republican Party is utilizing every last moment to fuel the passion of its party members and get them to the polls. The state GOP is hosting a series of “Get Out the Vote” rallies across the state with well-known figures at the head of it all, the sons of President Donald Trump, Eric Trump and Don Trump Jr. Both have been traveling the state to rouse Republicans and Pahrump is set to be one of the stops along the way for Trump Jr.

 
Small businesses hope new Nevada tax rules curb e-commerce giants

State rules that took effect Oct. 1 mandate that online retailers without a physical presence in Nevada must collect and pay sales tax of 8.25 percent in Clark County. This means a purchase of $100 online will have the added sales tax of $8.25

Shop focusing on unique candle designs launches in Pahrump

A local shop owner is offering an array of unique, hand-decorated candles for weddings, anniversaries and holidays, along with those seeking gift ideas.

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 $18 million.

Nevada Secretary of State clears Blundo in electioneering complaint

Nye County Commission District 4 Republican nominee Leo Blundo has been determined not to have violated Nevada’s electioneering laws following the filing of complaints against him with the Nevada secretary of state.

 
Nevada Highway Patrol traffic safety spot interrupted by crash — VIDEO

In the video, Highway Patrol spokesman Travis Smaka talks about emergency lighting on vehicles before a shout is heard off-camera. He turns around just as a sedan barrels off the opposite side of the highway.

Pahrump woman who made false claim arrested

The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is strongly refuting the claims of a Pahrump woman arrested on several charges.

Man sentenced for role in vandalism at Devils Hole pupfish site

An Indian Springs man has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for breaking into a National Park Service site in Nye County and disturbing the only home for one of the world’s rarest types of fish.

Trial coming in fight over Red Rock Canyon development plans

An environmental nonprofit can proceed to trial with its lawsuit aimed at stopping the Clark County Commission from approving the development of thousands of homes overlooking the Red Rock Canyon, a judge has ruled.

NDOT seeking public comment on I-11

The Nevada Department of Transportation is looking to gain public input for the northern portion of the future path of Interstate 11.

U.S., Nevada flags fly half-staff in memory of synagogue victims

On Saturday, Oct. 27 the peaceful, worshipful atmosphere inside a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania synagogue was shattered, transforming into a scene of horror and chaos as another horrific mass shooting was committed in America.

Jim Hartman addresses commercial marijuana: Time to ‘Just Say Know’

The “grand experiment” in legalizing recreational commercial marijuana gets a severely negative review from Bob Troyer, the current U.S. attorney in Colorado and an Obama administration “holdover.”

Beatty board tackles racing and bypass issues

Beatty VFW Off-Road Poker Run organizer Karl Olson says that something has to be done about conflicts between that event and off-road racing in the same area.

Pahrump’s Willi Baer bidding CASA farewell

Bright, bubbly and sweet, with a smile that reaches straight from her mouth to shine from her eyes and an infectiously energetic manner, Willi Baer is one of Pahrump’s best known activists.

High-speed collision sends two to hospital

Two people were transported to the hospital following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Homestead Road and Thousandaire Boulevard just before 9 a.m. Oct. 19.

Victor Joecks: 4 observations from Nevada early voting data

If you don’t believe the polls, believe the early voting data. Nevada has many tight races. Here are four observations from five days of early voting.

Sunset at Red Rock Canyon

A lone climber is silhouetted against the sunset at Cannibal Crag in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on Wednesday.

Pahrump Valley boys 2nd in region cross country, girls 4th

When the boys team finishes second and the girls team finishes fourth in a major cross-country meet, that’s usually a pretty good day. But by the high standards of the Pahrump Valley High School program, it was a disappointing trip to the Class 3A Southern Regional Championships at Veterans Memorial Park in Boulder City.

Former nuclear workers gather in Southern Nevada

A few hundred former nuclear workers gathered at the Cannery Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas to celebrate the National Day of Remembrance and honor their fellow nuclear weapons, atomic, and uranium workers around the country.

SolarReserve secures federal grant

SolarReserve, the parent of Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant near Tonopah has been awarded a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to advance American innovation in solar thermal technology, according to the press release.

Divas on a Dime: How to make delightfully dreadful deviled eggs

If you’re looking for a cool Halloween treat, here’s a wickedly delicious idea. Take deviled eggs and dress them up for Halloween. Ours is going to be dressed as Monster Eggs. After the candy and sweets your guests will appreciate some real food, and this fits the bill.

Trump says he’s likely to oppose Yucca facility, contrary to budget requests

As he stumped in Elko for Republican candidates this weekend, President Donald Trump said he is “very inclined to be against” Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste facility – a statement that conflicts with his administration’s first two budget proposals.

California Lottery

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 $17 million.

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