President Donald Trump visits Southern Nevada

President Donald Trump swept through Southern Nevada in early April and spoke at the Republican Jewish Coalition annual membership meeting at the Venetian Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, speaking about his recent actions on foreign policy with Israel and rallied for support of his 2020 run.

Nevada unemployment dips to 4.3%

Employment in Nevada declined by 900 jobs over the month but is up 48,400 jobs over the year, the largest annual increase seen in February since 2006, the state said in a recent announcement.

Tax-filing deadline nearly here

As the April tax-filing deadline nears, many taxpayers may rush to finish their tax returns or find they need extra time to get them done.

Pahrump artist teaches locals to fill the canvas

A local Pahrump artist has taken the reins of a venture that offers area residents or travelers to southern Nye County a chance to create their own “works of art” in just one short session.

Beatty sweeps doubleheader, now 4-0 in Central League

After having 15 hitters reach base via a walk or being hit by a pitch during a 15-run inning Friday, Beatty’s baseball players went into the second game of a doubleheader against Green Valley Christian almost begging for something to hit.

Bill to restrict Nevada charter schools prompting concerns

With a new effort underway to bring the very first public charter school to the Pahrump Valley, many have expressed concerns regarding how a bill before the Nevada Legislature might affect the fledgling educational institution.

Trump bumps hot air balloon to Pahrump

The president of the United States, it appears, was indirectly responsible for a hot air balloon landing on a south-end neighborhood in Pahrump.

Crews respond to a truck carrying waste in Tonopah

A semi-truck driver hauling what was described as low-level hazardous waste along Highway 95 near Tonopah, was transported to a Las Vegas hospital after suffering from an unknown medical condition.

Scotty’s Castle completes project assessment

DEATH VALLEY– The National Park Service has completed its final environmental reviews of proposed projects to repair flood damage at Scotty’s Castle.

Rally to protest late-term abortions

Joe Burdzinski, a well-known and active member of the Pahrump community, has banded together with area pastor Neal Owen to take on a new topic, that of abortion.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, April 6 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $34 million.

Jim Hartman: Innovative university president champions reform

Last June, the Board of Regents for the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) was expected to adopt a “modest” 1.8 percent increase in registration fees and nonresident tuition for both 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years.

Dennis Myers: Maybe we should welcome this invasion

In 1973, there was a peculiar hit record in the United States. At the time, the Watergate affair was getting underway and there were some natural disasters in the U.S.

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