Upgrades at the Nevada National Security Site in Nye County completed in 2018 have modernized the facility’s energy portfolio and future plans are already in play to increase this effort.
Pahrump Senior Center
Humana is expanding its telemedicine offerings for many of its group of insured for 2019.
A local video game store, which has expanded its offerings since moving into a larger space over the summer, is once again growing—and not just a little bit.
John Malcom, a senior legal fellow with the Heritage Foundation, talks about the FIRST STEP Act and Justice Clarence Thomas.
The Pahrump area is about to get a new option for those seeking their morning, potentially afternoon or evening, cup of coffee.
The Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations last week for a provision of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which limits the business interest expense deduction for certain taxpayers.
On Nov. 30, Nevada Attorney General-elect Aaron Ford sent out a mailing that began with the subject line, “SURVEY: we want to hear from you!”
Christmas entertainment is on its way to Pahrump and residents will have the chance to immerse themselves in all the sparkle and joy of the season with lively performances this Saturday when the Nevada Silver Tappers will host their 28th Annual Christmas Benefit Show.
Two Pahrump women face several charges following their arrest by Inyo County authorities late last month.
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers working the graveyard shift set up a Christmas tree Friday night to celebrate lives potentially saved this holiday season.
Fifth Judicial District Court Judge Kimberly Wanker has recused herself from the case involving the possible delay of the appointment for the Nevada Assembly District 36 seat.
Dec. 7 is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, the observance of one of the most tragic days in American history. Thousands of men and women lost their lives in a surprise attack by Japanese forces and America was thrust into the global conflict that would become World War II.
The Pahrump Nugget 250 has been an overwhelming success, with hundreds of hotel rooms filled and roughly 3,000 people coming to Pahrump to witness what this year was a record number of racing teams competing in Best in the Desert Racing Association’s final race of the season.
Nevada mourned the loss of George H.W. Bush on Saturday, a president who developed deep friendships and ties in the state and gave an emotional boost to a Las Vegas charitable organization that helps adults with intellectual disabilities.
Anthony Terzo sat in his Trick Truck on Friday, recalling his first unfortunate attempt at running the Pahrump Nugget 250.
Senior linebacker Max Taylor was named the defensive most valuable player and senior Jose Moreno was named first team on offense and defense to highlight the postseason honors for the Beatty High School football team in the Class 1A Southern League.
With the holiday season now in full swing, an annual Christmas ritual is set to get underway.
In recognition of the recent International Fraud Awareness Week, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske is raising investor awareness of the risks associated with investments in promissory notes.
The Navy will conduct public meetings in Gabbs in Nye County and Hawthorne in Mineral County this month to get feedback on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement that assesses the potential environmental impacts of modernization of the Fallon Range Training Complex.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Dec. 1 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $28 million.
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The moment is nearing for members of the Pahrump Valley High School marching band to travel across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii to perform at the annual Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade.
Nevada Medicaid officials are putting a temporary stop on the enrollment of some mental health providers while new certification requirements are considered.
Sunday, Dec. 2nd at sunset, Hanukkah, “The Festival of Lights,” begins.
A Las Vegas ceremony on Tuesday honored more than 100 Nevada Test Site workers, veterans and civilians who have died since last year’s Cold War Patriots National Day of Remembrance.
Millions of people head to Las Vegas each year, hoping to strike it rich. A group from Pahrump did just that earlier this month, bringing home a huge haul of gold, silver and bronze.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Southern Nevada District Office, is seeking public comments on an application filed by the Department of the Air Force to extend the duration of the public land withdrawal created in 1999 by Public Land Order (PLO) No. 7419.
The Pahrump Valley High School basketball teams had a rough go on their first trip of the season to Las Vegas, with a late rally falling short for the girls in a 38-34 defeat and the boys never really being in the game in a 78-36 rout Tuesday night at Bonanza High School.
The Pahrump woman arrested child abuse charges related to the death of a 6-month-old child last year, has received probation.