California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, August 24 drawing of the California Super Lotto.

Pahrump Valley builds big lead but falls to Lowry

The feeling started late in third quarter on the Pahrump Valley sideline, not quite impending doom but more of an alarm going off inside the heads of the coaching staff.

Odegard happy with Pahrump newcomers first cross country race

More than freshmen were running their first race for the Pahrump Valley High School cross country team, and coach Erik Odegard was pleased with how the newcomers performed at the Red Rock Running Company Invitational on Saturday at Floyd Lamb Park in Las Vegas.

Pahrump Valley softball team gets championship rings from former champs

Pahrump Valley High School softball players enjoyed a special moment when Kaden Cable’s home run clinched the Class 3A state championship, and they enjoyed another one Friday night at Trojan Field.

Pahrump driver sentenced in fatal DUI crash

Ashley Winn, found guilty earlier this summer in the Pahrump DUI-related death of a woman in 2016, was sentenced this week to serve 16 to 40 years behind bars, which is the maximum sentence allowed by law, according to the district attorney’s office.

Fundraiser dinner rakes in $3.5K to support free medical event in Pahrump

With hungry bellies and eager appetites, hundreds of area residents headed out to devour a freshly prepared pasta feast at the Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser hosted to support the upcoming Remote Area Medical event in Pahrump.

More than 40 wild burros killed in Nevada-California region

Since May, a total of 42 wild burro carcasses with gunshot wounds have been found along the Interstate 15 corridor between Halloran Springs, California, and Primm, Nevada, in various states of decomposition, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management announced.

IRS: Tax debt could lead to passport revocation

The Internal Revenue Service is urging taxpayers to resolve their significant tax debts to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy.

New leader settling in at Goodwill of Southern Nevada

Goodwill Industries of Southern Nevada Inc., which emerged from bankruptcy some four months ago, named a new CEO this summer.

Australian company buys lithium project in Nye’s Big Smoky Valley

Argosy Minerals Limited, an Australian company focused on the exploration of lithium signed a binding agreement to acquire a lithium brine project in the Big Smoky Valley about 40 minutes away from Tonopah, according to an announcement.

Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant earnings drop sharply in Nevada

Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project near Tonopah reported $106,451 in profits during the second quarter of 2019, according to the report filed with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. But according to the last three quarterly reports filed by the parent of the plant, Tonopah Solar Energy LLC with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the plant’s earnings show a downward trend.

Pahrump Valley Trojans set open football season

Few teams feel the advantage of playing at home as much as the Pahrump Valley High School football team.

Beatty volleyball team eyes return trip to states

Beatty High School volleyball players Adrianna Gill and Carmen Stephenson agree on a lot of things: The Hornets look to be headed for a good season, they have a lot of confidence in their teammates, and they are excited to get the season started.

The lure of Goldfield Days stretches beyond Nevada festival

The 19th annual Goldfield Days’ celebration in Esmeralda Country brought out dozens to bid on property and mining claims in the region. The annual event draws in locals and individuals from across the U.S. and beyond.

Barricaded suspect surrenders in Pahrump

A Pahrump man is facing several charges after local law enforcement responded to a domestic disturbance call.

Nevada off-highway grant workshop stops in Beatty

Folks from Beatty and the surrounding area learned more about the Nevada Off-Highway Vehicle Program in a workshop conducted at the Beatty Community Center Aug. 12.

Tim Burke: Protecting yourself against scams and cybercrime

Scams and cybercrimes are the bank robberies and purse snatching crimes of our modern era. Anonymous criminals, frequently located in other countries, are targeting anyone with a cellphone or internet access.

Northern Nye hospital district approves terms of ownership transfer

Earlier this month, the Nye County Commission adopted a resolution to transfer the ownership of the former Nye Regional Medical Center in Tonopah from the county to the Northern Nye County Hospital District.

New developments for health care in Tonopah

Tonopah recently received a new hospice program and is on track to get its first home health services.

Divas on a Dime: This easy pasta dish is like summer on a plate

This recipe is called Summer Garden Pasta because it stars these three garden favorites – tomatoes, zucchini and basil. It’s so fresh and light it really tastes like summer on a plate.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Aug. 21 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.

Death Valley entrance fees to be waived on Sunday

Area residents looking for a bit of adventure this weekend may want to take a road trip out to Death Valley National Park.

Pahrump’s vandalized memorial plaque repaired

Deanna O’Donnell, the news director of Pahrump’s KPVM-TV 25, is thanking members of the community for their support in repairing a memorial plaque for Cassandra Selbach, who died in late January of this year.

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