Special event planned for Tonopah

Westercon 74, an annual West Coast Science Fantasy Conference is coming to Tonopah in 2021 after the town has recently won the right to host the event.

Sisolak, Perry tour Nevada National Security Site

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Energy Secretary Rick Perry toured the Nevada National Security Site Thursday.

Hiring effort is announced by NDOT

Even in the height of summer, the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) said that is looking ahead and preparing to keep state roads clear through winter.

Pahrump comic store hosts event for popular game

People of all ages stopped by a Pahrump-based comic and game store this summer to try out a recently released interactive game with a theme of Harry Potter.

Effort seeks to assist small business workers

The U.S. Department of Labor announced a rule that it said is to help strengthen retirement security for millions of small business employees across America.

Nye County family to appear in TV series about turquoise

The Nye County family that has been mining turquoise for generations is featured in TV series that premieres later this month on the general entertainment television network INSP.

Pahrump Valley Lions Club contributes to educational success

There are just a few days of summer vacation left, with students set to return to their classrooms on Monday, Aug. 12, and one Pahrump area school is now even better prepared than it was previously, thanks to a special donation.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, August 3 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $68 million.

Dinner, auction raise $10,000 for Pahrump Valley football

Tamara Trudeau was not going to let a minor detail such as being a couple thousand miles away get in the way of maintaining tradition at the annual spaghetti dinner and dessert auction to benefit the Pahrump Valley High School football program.

Expectations remain high for Pahrump Valley girls soccer

Except for a three-year lapse from 2014 to 2016, the Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer team has made the playoffs every year since 2001. The Trojans reached the Class 3A State Tournament in six of those seasons, including the past two.

Smiles Across Pahrump set for Saturday

Anyone who knew Pahrump’s goodwill ambassador Butch “Patches” Harper, will remember that he was a man for whom smiling meant the world and that was exactly why he started Smiles Across Pahrump, an annual event geared toward drawing the community together for a day of lighthearted fun.

Sheri’s Ranch donation helps Pahrump students shoulder school work

The supplies necessary for students to succeed throughout their time in school runs the gamut, encompassing a huge variety of items and with all those supplies comes the weighty task of carting them around.

Trojans Football Notebook: Spaghetti dinner leftovers

The annual Spaghetti Dinner & Dessert Auction has, in only seven years, become a beloved tradition in Pahrump, serving as both a huge fundraiser for the high school football team and as a major event on the town’s social calendar.

Naval pilot killed in Death Valley crash identified

The Navy fighter jet pilot who died after crashing a fighter jet at Death Valley National Park last week has been identified as Lt. Charles Walker, 33.

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