Divas on a Dime: Making the most of asparagus in season

What’s my favorite thing about spring? All the spring veggies, from artichoke to zucchini. But the ultimate luxury must be asparagus. It’s in peak season and often on sale. Sing it with me! This is the dawning of the age of asparagus! Age of asparagus! Asparaguuuus!!!

Charity golf tournament gives back to Pahrump community

The Nevada Silver Tappers and Ms. Senior Golden Years USA organizations are well-known in Pahrump for their many events and their participation in countless others, as well as their dedication to giving back to the community.

Pahrump Fire and Rescue emergency calls

Northbound motorists traveling along Highway 160, looking to turn west on Basin Avenue were at a complete standstill after a driver who was first at the intersection suffered a medical condition on Monday afternoon April 1.

HOPE Run in Pahrump invigorates and raises cash

The NyE Communities Coalition’s HOPE Run/Walk saw its beginning more than a decade ago and in the intervening years, the event has continually grown and is now a regular tradition in the Pahrump Valley.

Pahrump rural telephone books arrive in town

There’s a brand new book hot off the presses, and you may personally know some of the characters printed within.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, April 3 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $33 million.

List: Nye County school menu

Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of April 8 – April 12

Art and Sol to fill Petrack Park in Pahrump

The Pahrump Arts Council’s 20th Annual Art and Sol Festival is set to fill Petrack Park with the wonder and beauty of creation and event organizers are encouraging the entire community to head out to immerse themselves in the artistic atmosphere.

Pahrump’s Kellogg Park finally set to see construction

For over a decade, residents of the south side of Pahrump have been waiting for the development of Kellogg Park, a project which has experience repeated delays and stumbling blocks over the years but now appears to finally be seeing some momentum to carry it forward.

Nye commissioner Blundo hosts first public outreach meeting

Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo campaigned on a platform of public communication and transparency, and to this end, he held his first town hall-style meeting and invited the public.

Beatty man allegedly threatens VEA employees

A Beatty man whose power was shut off was arrested this week, accused of threatening to kill VEA employees.

 
Bonnie Springs Ranch near Las Vegas sells for $25M

Developer Joel Laub, who plans to turn the replica Old West town into a luxury housing development, closed his purchase of the property on Tuesday, county records show.

Beatty dedicates new baseball field to Keith Koerner

Beatty High School’s attempts to grow a decent grass field for its baseball and football teams is a long story of spending and frustration. But last year’s installation of turf fields was a huge step for Hornet athletics.

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