Russell Pillers, a biomedical engineer, and owner Biowerx Consulting, LLC, who has been working with Northern Nye County Hospital District as a consultant since October 2018, said that one of his tasks involves an assessment for the building where the Nye County Regional Medical Hospital was located.
The Pahrump area welcomed its first drive-thru Starbucks location in the early part of 2019.
Great Basin Water Company’s release of water from its well on the south end of town led to concerns by a reader of the Pahrump Valley Times in mid-April.
Bittersweet would be an apt term to describe Easter Sunday morning, April 21, at Simkins Park, as local residents, family and friends witnessed the unveiling of a memorial in memory of Pahrump resident Cassandra Selbach, who passed away in January.
Nye County Sheriff’s Lt. David Boruchowitz called Saturday’s Community Easter celebration at Petrack Park, “phenomenal.”
The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce on Friday and Saturday is shifting its annual Biz and Home Expo to a new location for 2019.
Amargosa Valley is gearing up for its 50th annual Amargosa Days celebration this weekend with live music, demonstrations and activities, food, and fireworks after dark, as well as “the shortest parade in the world,” according to festival organizer Mike Cottingim.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, April 20 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $38 million.
A proposed policy from the Nevada System of Higher Education could remove remedial math and English classes from colleges and universities.
The Pahrump Senior Center are embracing the holidays in a unique fashion throughout this year.
Perry Faigin has been hired as deputy administrator of the Nevada Real Estate Division, the state announced.
Valley Electric Association has donated 28 computer tablets to the Nye County School District for use by Special Education Support Services.
Nevada has joined a growing number of states allowing residents to choose gender “X” on their state-issued driver’s license or identification card in addition to “M” for male and “F” for female, the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles announced this week.
Mt. Charleston Marathon leading to traffic restrictions
With only a penny increase on the week, the national gas price average saw the smallest one-week jump since mid-February, though Nevada’s ranks fifth nationally in price, AAA announced Monday. For the last eight weeks, weekly jumps ranged anywhere between a nickel and a nearly a quarter, AAA said.
Nevada roads have seen a decrease in fatal crashes through the first three months of 2019.
In the span of two weeks, the Pahrump Valley High School softball team went from playing Goliath to playing David to playing a couple of increasingly rare games against teams roughly equal to them.
The Monster Truck Insanity Tour returned Friday and Saturday nights to Pahrump, and the tour’s operator fully intends to bring it back next year.
Air Force Band concert turnout disappointing
A couple of decades ago, the Nevada Legislature enacted a new tax on soft drinks. When that legislative session ended for the year, the beverage industry contacted one of the state’s high-powered lobbyists and asked how to get rid of the new tax.
Valley Electric Association has extended office hours and installed new phone software in moves that are expected to improve customer service for members, the cooperative announced earlier this month.
The College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno has earned an extension of accreditation in business and accounting from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. AACSB accredits institutions with the highest standard of excellence that continually work to improve the quality of business education.