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.

Member appointed to Beatty Water and Sanitation District board

Nicole Altman recently was appointed to the Beatty Water and Sanitation District Board of Trustees, filling a vacant position seat that resulted from the passing of Barry Jacoby.

Thomas Knapp: ‘Nuance’ in politics, public policy?

In 2004, Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry called his ever-shifting position on the war in Iraq “nuanced” as a way of explaining why he was for it before he was against it and why his prescriptions for its future kept changing.

National Voter Registration Month underway

Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, ahead of the 2020 primary and general elections, joined fellow members of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) in encouraging citizens to celebrate National Voter Registration Month by registering to vote.

Workshop for rural Nevada business owners, farmers

A workshop is planned in Southern Nevada through an outreach effort to rural Nevada business owners or farmers looking to cut energy costs.

Gathering intel for future growth in rural Nevada

Officials from the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) traveled around the state this summer to gather information for the creation of an economic plan for Nevada.

Nye mining project wins award

An effort in Nye County was among those being recognized at the Nevada Excellence in Mine Reclamation Awards at the annual Nevada Mining Association Convention Sept. 7 at South Lake Tahoe.

Round Mountain cancels football season

Football season has been a mixed bag for Nye County high schools.

 
Nye County joins in Aryan Warriors investigation

Nearly two dozen people tied to the Aryan Warriors, a violent white supremacist prison gang in Nevada, faced a judge Thursday afternoon in Las Vegas.

Pahrump’s team bus in a crash

At least four students were transported to area hospitals following a crash along northbound Nevada Highway 160, on Thursday night, Sept. 5.

Odor prompts investigation in Pahrump

Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives, along with Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services crews were summoned to a residence along the 4600 block of Navajo Boulevard after neighborhood residents detected strange chemical odors emanating from a travel trailer on a property.

Pahrump ceremonies to commemorate 9/11

Events are planned today in Pahrump to remember the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.

Football: Pahrump Valley gets first win of season

When Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton said he was going to utilize a running-back-by-committee approach, he was not kidding.

Nevada National Guard gets new leader in history-making move

Brig. Gen. William Burks, 65, who led both the reserve forces for 10 years, handed over the title of adjutant general to Brig. Gen. Ondra Berry, 60, Saturday in Reno.

A call to all cooks, the Pahrump Taco Fest is coming

Pahrump residents should prepare to have their taste buds tantalized this coming October, when well-known locals Deanna O’Donnell and her daughter Darbie O’Donnell host the 2nd Annual Pahrump Taco Fest.

Dinner theater performance set to debut in Pahrump

The Shadow Mountain community Players are mixing it up a little in their final dinner theater performance of 2019 with “Sex Please, We’re Sixty,” an American comedy, opening this weekend at Nevada Treasure RV Resort.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Sept. 7 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $9 million.

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