Complaint filed over dust at solar project in Amargosa Valley

A co-founder of Basin and Range Watch, an environmental nonprofit, filed two complaints with the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection alleging a hazardous dust problem at the construction site of First Solar’s Sunshine Valley Solar Project in Amargosa Valley.

Boys Soccer: Del Sol holds off Pahrump Valley

Everyone connected with the Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team remembers well the final game of the regular season last year.

Football: Mineral County pulls away in 4th to top Beatty

Walking off the field after his team’s 52-0 dismantling of Mountain View Christian two weeks ago, Beatty High School football coach Leo Verzilli said the next opponent would present a much tougher challenge.

Pahrump Sports Roundup: Volleyball team crushes Valley

Junior Nicky Velazquez finished with 8 kills Wednesday night as the Pahrump Valley High School girls volleyball team rolled to a 3-0 win over Valley in a Sunset League match in Las Vegas.

Four arrested in Nye elder abuse investigation

A nine-month-long investigation has led to the arrests of four individuals accused of allegedly taking advantage of an elderly person with dementia, Nye County authorities reported.

Nevada taking part in Walk to School Day

Many Nevada schoolchildren will take part in organized events to walk or bicycle to school on Oct. 2 in recognition of International Walk to School Day, the state Transportation Department said.

1 dead after car, motorcycle collide near Amargosa Valley

The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal collision involving a car and a motorcycle near Amargosa Valley on Tuesday night.

Pahrump youth to compete in Nevada 4-H competitions

Pahrump youth will head to Winnemucca in early October for the Nevada 4-H Expo Competition—an event that has been on hiatus since the early 2000s.

Return to glory for historic vehicles in Pahrump

To call Pahrump business owner Marcel Pontbriand an automobile enthusiast would be a glaring understatement.

List: Nye County school menu

Beginning in October, weekly menus for the Nye County School District will no longer be included in thePahrump Valley Times.

Divas on a Dime: For a dose of comfort, try this squash lasagna

Cool, crisp mornings tell us autumn is in the air. The welcome change in season makes us crave the culinary equivalent of a soft cozy sweater. How about caramelized roast butternut squash with browned butter and rosemary-infused creamy bechamel sauce layered with an abundance of gooey mozzarella cheese? This the most blissfully autumnal lasagna, ever! Each bite a forkful of comfort.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Sept. 25 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $14 million.

Pahrump luau brings in thousands to assist young people

On a balmy evening in the Pahrump Valley, area residents donned their Hawaiian-style garb and headed out to the Lakeside Casino RV Resort boathouse for the 2019 CASA Luau, hosted by Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates.

Pahrump Fall Festival parade road closure

The Nevada Department of Transportation will close a portion of Nevada Highway 160 between Dandelion Street and Oxbow Avenue in Pahrump from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, for the 55th annual Fall Festival Parade, NDOT announced.

Ben Fluker crowned Hunk from Pahrump

The Hunk from Pahrump Pageant took place this month with nine local men strutting their stuff before a crowd of nearly 200 attendees at the Sanders Family Winery.

PVT takes closer look: New interim Valley CEO to serve in dual role

Outgoing Valley Electric Association Inc. Interim CEO Dick Peck will depart from his role at the end of October, and a current board member will take his place as interim CEO until the search for a permanent replacement is completed. The search and hiring a permanent replacement, according to statements from the co-op, should be completed by Thanksgiving.

PVT investigates: ‘Inhumanity’ to 6 prisoners prompts charges

Two individuals tasked with transporting extradited inmates from one jurisdiction to another, both found themselves as inmates for a while at the Nye County Detention Center, according to public records recently reviewed by the Pahrump Valley Times.

Tecopa restaurants opening for season with new offerings

Weird beer, lottery tickets, food as art and life-sized Jenga are a few of the highlights as local restaurants open their doors for the cool weather season in Tecopa, the tiny town with what may be the most brewpubs per capita in the United States.

Fall Festival week arrives in Pahrump

With a carnival, rodeo, car show, entertainment of all kinds, arts and crafts, vendors galore and so much more, the Pahrump Fall Festival is about to get underway.

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