Man faces murder charge after body dumped in Amargosa

A man faces a murder charge after a body was dumped in Amargosa Valley and found March 1, following a fight in Las Vegas, police said.

Nevada joins coalition against abusive payday lending

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford is pressuring the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau to enforce a rule that would protect borrowers from abusive lending.

Several transported after rollover crash in Pahrump area

At least four people were transported to Desert View Hospital following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Manse Road.

Divas on a Dime: The 5 best bargains in frozen food

Life moves fast and frozen foods have become indispensable for preparing healthy, quick and easy meals. It’s possible to equate “quick and easy” with “bad for you” in the freezer aisle because there are unhealthy options there. But as with all foods – use common sense and read the nutrition labels and you’ll find healthy, nutritious food.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, March 27 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $31 million.

‘Competitive, not cutthroat’ pool league thrives in Pahrump area

At first glance, The Hideaway on Pahrump Valley Boulevard seems an unlikely venue for competition. There are no bleachers, and indeed most spectators are other competitors waiting their turn.

Soroptimists’ first women’s health fair in Pahrump a success

Soroptimist International of Pahrump Valley hosted its inaugural Women’s Health and Wellness Fair, bringing together area services and local residents to help foster connection between the two sectors and open the door for beneficial interactions that help strengthen the community as a whole.

New winery in the works for Pahrump

A local entrepreneur is working to change the landscape of the wine industry in Pahrump.

Pahrump Valley Times founder dies at age 89

He loved Middle Eastern foods, he was a philanthropist and earned an athletic scholarship in college.

Pahrump Animal Shelter investigation concludes

After an outside investigation was conducted into the operation at the Pahrump Animal Shelter, the Nye County Commission has made the decision to continue its contract with Desert Haven Animal Society for the time being.

Pahrump water order appeal moves forward

The Nevada State Engineer’s appeal on water Order #1293A has taken one more step forward, with Pahrump Fair Water filing earlier this week its answering brief in response to the engineer’s opening brief.

Pahrump pickleball players hold Petrack painting party

Painting lines on a tennis court is not normally something associated with years of struggle, battles with bureaucracy and a long-running battle with players of another sport.

Las Vegas felony suspect located in Pahrump

Nye County Sheriff’s Office detectives captured a fugitive suspect wanted out of Las Vegas.

List: Nye County school menu

Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of April 1 – April 5

Dennis Hof ‘s cause of death revealed in Nevada

The official autopsy results for longtime brothel owner and star of the HBO show series “Cathouse”, Dennis Hof, shows the well-known Nye County figure died of a heart attack at his Love Ranch in Crystal, Nevada in 2018.

Report completed on accidental death at park

The National Park Service’s Serious Accident Investigation Team has completed its examination into the accidental death of volunteer Tom Jaskulski in 2018, Death Valley National Park announced.

Clayton Valley attracts mining interests

Editor’s note: This is part 2 of a story by reporter Daria Sokolova looking at Esmeralda County mining.

Pahrump Valley sports roundup: More track athletes qualify for regionals

Although many Pahrump Valley High School track and field athletes already have posted qualifying marks for the postseason, coach Fred Schmidt said some of the Trojans are disappointed by their early-season performances.

Body found in abandoned Nye mine

An arrest has been made in the death of a missing Tonopah man whose body was discovered in an abandoned mine shaft about 30 miles east of Tonopah, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Pahrump Valley Academy striving to be first local charter school

Education is at the core of life, bringing knowledge to minds, enriching potential and creating endless opportunities for success. It’s the foundation upon which young people begin to build their futures.

Pahrump’s first drive-thru Starbucks opens

The parking lot of a new Starbucks in Pahrump was filled with vehicles in this week, along with several customers waiting inside and in the drive-thru, to get some coffee at the area’s newest location.

Rick Perry agrees to provide timeline on removing plutonium from Nevada

U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said Wednesday that Energy Secretary Rick Perry promised to give her a firm timeline as to when the weapons-grade plutonium that was secretly shipped into Nevada last year will leave the state.

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