Newcomers join Beatty’s Granados on trails; Odegard leads Pahrump

The Beatty High School cross country team tripled in size this year, as junior Alfonso Sandoval and sophomore Jovan Oseguera joined senior Jose Granados to run for the Hornets this season.

Soccer: Pahrump Valley girls dominant in shutout of Moapa Valley

Julie Carrington has a good thing going with the girls soccer program at Pahrump Valley High School, and the Trojans have reached the point of simply reloading each season.

Grasshoppers back in Pahrump

The grasshopper “invasion” made a return to Pahrump early Tuesday, though the latest one was smaller than the one earlier this summer.

Navy veteran makes run for Congress from Nevada

Las Vegas resident Charles Navarro is the latest candidate to enter Nevada’s 4th U.S. House District race.

Pahrump Valley sports roundup: Tennis program gets 1st wins

The Pahrump Valley High School tennis program recorded the first wins in program history last week, getting forfeit victories Aug. 26 against Sunrise Mountain and Aug. 27 against Adelson.

Las Vegas off-road group eyes Beatty for event

Beatty, already becoming known for off-road exploration and racing, may be seeing even more action, according to Kevin Bailey of Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers.

Nevada DMV warns against email scam

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is warning motorists about a speeding ticket scam that has surfaced in the Silver State.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Aug. 31 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.

Ray Hagar: Congressman Amodei talks Trump, Nevada and more

Nevada’s 2nd U.S. House District Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Carson City, is a Republican who says he tries to represent all of the people in his district, not just the ones in his political party.

Federal grants awarded to support small business efforts

The U.S. Small Business Administration granted 24 awards up to $125,000 per recipient in fiscal year 2019 under its Federal and State Technology Partnership program.

Valley’s Beatty board member resigns, citing personal, health issues

Richard (Rick) Johnson, board member for Valley Electric Association Inc.’s Beatty seat, resigned from his position at the end of August. Johnson is the fourth board member from Valley to resign in 2019.

Campaign donation leads to arrests in Nevada’s Nye County

A donation dating back to a 2018 election campaign prompted a law enforcement investigation that’s resulted in multiple arrests, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office reported.

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