California lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Dec. 15 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $32 million.

Retirement planning resource debuts

Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust recently announced a new Retirement Income Planning Center, an online resource for the plans that Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust administers to help those older than age 50 with key issues to consider as they near retirement.

New hemp business arrives in Pahrump

A special grand opening was hosted on Saturday, Dec. 15, as Jim McCoy officially opened the doors of his brand new business, dubbed “All About Hemp,” at 1400 S. Highway 160.

IRS issues standard mileage rates

The Internal Revenue Service has issued the 2019 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.

Tonopah man ID’d in Nevada crash with overturned semitrailer

A man who died last month after a van struck an overturned semitrailer north of Beatty was a 64-year-old Tonopah man, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.

Nutcracker ballet comes to historic venue in Nevada desert

Thirty-five dancers and performers, accompanied by a truck full of props, will converge in Death Valley Junction this weekend to mount a full-scale professional production of the holiday classic ballet, “The Nutcracker Suite,” at the Amargosa Opera House.

Two-car crash prompts Mercy Air response in Pahrump area

Motor vehicle crashes appear to have dominated the majority of emergency service calls for Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services personnel as of late.

Celebrate the holiday with the Community Christmas Brunch in Pahrump

Preparations are underway for the annual Community Christmas Brunch, organized and sponsored by the Holiday Task Force, and the entire population is invited to drop by for a feast and lots of festive fun.

Moapa Valley boys pull away late, top Pahrump Valley

Things looked bleak for the Pahrump Valley boys basketball team Friday night when leading scorer and tough inside presence Brayden Severt committed his third foul less than halfway through the first quarter.

Shooting, turnovers plague Pahrump Valley girls

Bob Hopkins has coached a lot of basketball games, and he has well more than 500 victories in his long career. But the Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball coach is searching for answers to his team’s offensive woes.

Pahrump Valley wrestlers take 3rd at Liberty Duals

There was reason for optimism in the Pahrump Valley High School wrestling room this season, as plenty of experience returned from a team that finished third in the Class 3A Southern Region and sixth in the Class 3A state tournament.

Nevada Sen. Dean Heller says goodbye in Senate floor speech

Nevada Sen. Dean Heller said farewell to the Senate in a speech Thursday that highlighted his legislative record on veterans affairs and the anguish of helping the state weather the great recession and overcome pain of the Las Vegas mass shooting.

Sisolak to name 2 to Nevada Gaming Control Board

Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak takes office, he’ll have less than a month to contemplate who he wants to guide the state’s gaming licensing, taxation, audits, investigations, and enforcement oversight.

Nevada Highway Patrol is stressing safe holiday driving

With the holiday season now in full swing, officials from the Nevada Department of Public Safety are again reminding the public about the hazards of drinking and driving.

Pahrump Valley boys fall in Sunset League opener

Valley High School junior Christian Franklin came out of the locker room, saw Pahrump Valley junior Grant Odegard in the corner of the gym and greeted him warmly after their basketball game Tuesday night.

Pahrump resident Behrens seeks sponsors for Senior Games trip

Winning gold at the Nevada Senior Games wasn’t a major issue for Cathy Behrens. It just meant driving to Las Vegas and repeating what she did last year.

Child murder suspect accepts plea agreement in Pahrump

The defense attorneys of a Pahrump man who was initially arrested on a child murder charge last summer, have negotiated a plea agreement with prosecutors.

Pahrump’s Greg Hafen II preparing for Nevada Legislature

The appointment of Greg Hafen II as Nevada District 36 Assemblyman was confirmed on Friday, Dec. 7 and he is wasting no time, hitting the ground running in order to ensure he is as prepared as possible for the legislative challenges ahead.

New hemp business opens along Highway 160 in Pahrump

James F. McCoy Jr, owner of All About Hemp, said his business specializes in selling the raw materials and equipment needed for people to make their own cannabidiol, (CBD) infused oils, for bath and beauty products, soaps, lotions and skin care products.

Divas on a Dime: Hosting the Feast of the Seven Fishes Christmas Eve dinner

Each Christmas Eve in the U.S., many people celebrate an Italian-American tradition, the Feast of the Seven Fishes. It’s a huge dinner with seven courses all featuring some sort of fish or seafood.

Nye Sgt. Downing welcomed home in Tonopah

Nye County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Duane Downing was welcomed home by his colleagues, friends and family and others who support his recovery.

Tax return preparer sentenced to prison

A Nevada, tax return preparer was sentenced Nov. 14 to 37 months in prison for aiding and assisting in the filing of false tax returns, the U.S. Justice Department announced.

Festival of Trees brings in $10K in Pahrump

The Mountain Falls Grill Room was all aglitter with the shine and sparkle of the Christmas season during the 14th Annual Festival of Trees, hosted by Nathan Adelson Hospice.

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