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Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of April 22 – April 26

U.S. effort seeks to reduce food waste

As part of the Trump administration’s “Winning on Reducing Food Waste Month,” the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the release of a federal interagency strategy to address food waste.

Beatty advisory board moves to fill vacancies

Editor’s note: Check for updates on this story upcoming in the Pahrump Valley Times and pvtimes.com

Beatty Airport to undergo important upgrades

The Beatty airport is about to undergo some maintenance and receive some significant upgrades, all of which are slated to be completed this year.

‘Stand Up For Life’ rally held in Pahrump

On a balmy afternoon amid the energetic activities at Ian Deutch Memorial Park, members of the Pahrump community and surrounding areas gathered with a single purpose in mind, protesting laws that allow “late-term” abortions.

Inaugural Rodent Races rolls into Pahrump

Some of Pahrump’s smaller creatures battled their way to the finish line during an event in mid-April.

Nye County’s Belmont Courthouse set for restoration

The Belmont Courthouse will soon see construction on a restoration project following Nye County approval of a contract with Ben F. Dotson Construction Inc., based out of Fallon, Nevada.

Easter Day event in Pahrump to honor Cassandra Selbach

Growing up in rural Amargosa Valley, there wasn’t much by way of community Easter celebrations for Cassandra Mills, her brother, or anyone in the small town.

Community Easter Picnic in Pahrump is returning on Saturday

With more than two dozen vendors, games, fun activities and food, the 2019 Community Easter Picnic is expected to attract untold numbers of families to Petrack Park on Saturday, April 20, so says Project Coordinator Linda Wright of the NyE Communities Coalition’s Holiday Task Force.

Easter spending in Nevada expected near record high

With Easter arriving this weekend, Nevada consumers are heading into stores and hopping online to prepare celebrations of the popular spring holiday, the Retail Association of Nevada announced.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, April 17 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $37 million.

Divas on a Dime: Surprise ingredient makes elegant cookies quick and easy

Could these cookies be any more perfect for springtime? I think not. They’re sweet, pastel, and light as a feather. While they look impressive, they’re astonishingly easy to make. If I can make these, you can make these. Let everyone think you moonlight as a pastry chef in a French patisserie. It’ll be our secret.

New phases to begin on Nevada Highway 160 near Pahrump

The first portion of a months-long rebuilding and paving project along Highway 160 is nearing completion with a second phase pegged to begin in May.

Beatty baseball drops doubleheader in Tonopah

The Beatty and Tonopah high school baseball teams both compete in the Class 1A Central League, but Tuesday’s doubleheader in Tonopah was not part of the league schedule.

Pahrump Valley baseball wraps up Spring Bash at 3-1

The Pahrump Valley High School baseball team’s 4-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt Wednesday, as Shadow Ridge’s Mason Rhiner scattered 5 hits and struck out 7 in a 10-0 rout.

 
Victor Joecks: The problems with taking water from Eastern Nevada — VIDEO

The Southern Nevada Water Authority wants to take billions of gallons of water that doesn’t exist from Eastern Nevada via a pipeline that would cost ratepayers $15 billion. Doing so would devastate the wildlife and people who live there. That’s according to Kyle Roerink, executive director of the Great Basin Water Network, which opposes the pipeline.

Tim Burke: Insights on Nevada Legislature’s ‘19 session

April 12 marked the deadline for bills to pass out of their first committee to be further considered during this year’s Nevada legislative session.

Pahrump’s Art and Sol pays tribute to creativity

Under bright blue and sunshiny skies, with a light breeze stirring the air, Petrack Park came alive with the sights and sounds of artistic pursuits as the Pahrump Arts Council hosted its annual Art and Sol Festival.

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