Trojans’ football season ended abruptly by Pirates

The Pahrump Valley High School football team’s season ended abruptly Friday night, as Moapa Valley turned three first-half turnovers into touchdowns and cruised to a 35-0 victory in the first round of the Class 3A Southern Region playoffs.

Scam alert: Nevada Supreme Court does not collect warrant fees

In recent days, individuals have contacted the Nevada Supreme Court attempting to obtain refunds for warrant fees or bail payments made through a web link provided by an imposter, the court announced this week.

Nevada’s ACT results improve while national scores drop

Nevada’s 2019 high school graduates improved their ACT composite scores two tenths to 17.9, while 2019 graduates nationally saw their scores fall one-tenth to 20.7 from 2018, the state announced this week.

Pahrump Valley High school students receive acclaim

More than three dozen Pahrump Valley High School students recently earned a prestigious honor, as they were named to the National Honor Society.

Divas on a Dime: Creative uses for leftover Halloween candy

Thursday was Halloween and you know what that means? Today is National Eat Your Kid’s Candy While They’re at School Day! I’m (sort of) kidding. I love all the holidays, but this one can leave us with an overabundance of candy and that’s the very definition of “too much of a good thing.”

List: Nye County school menu

Beginning last this month, weekly menus for the Nye County School District are no longer is included in the Pahrump Valley Times.

Nevada corrections officer killed in U.S. 95 crash identified

The Nevada Highway Patrol has said that just before 12:20 p.m. Tuesday, the corrections officer hit the back of an NDOT truck driving slowly on U.S. Highway 95.

Emergency calls: Man transported after stabbing

Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services crews responded to a residence along the 1300 block of Bruce Street after a reported stabbing just after 1 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28.

Nye County sign code proposal elicits outrage

Nye County is currently considering overhauling its signage ordinance for the Pahrump Regional Planning District and many of the initially proposed changes sparked frustration from the local business community.

Beatty Days a success despite blustery weather

“A rip snorter,” is how Beatty Town Board Chairman Dick Gardner described Beatty Days 2019, and board member Randy Reed commented on the “good turnout.”

Pahrump library hosting art event

Works created by Pahrump Arts Council members during the “Eye of the Beholder” workshop held in early October are currently on exhibit at the Pahrump Community Library through Jan. 10, organizers announced this week.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Oct. 30 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.

Pahrump Soroptimists make very special donation

When a child has been abused or neglected and enters the foster care system, it can be a frightening, stressful and saddening experience. Many times foster youth can feel bereft of all they have always known and unstable in a changing world but the involvement of a personal advocate can help ease these difficult emotions.

Check presentation in Pahrump

Construction on Trojan Park, along Wilson Road, began in late fall of 2018, courtesy of Pahrump Valley High School’s National Honor Society.

Sports Roundup: Beatty football holds off Indian Springs

Noel Gutierrez rushed for more than 100 yards and Brayden Lynn threw two touchdown passes as the Beatty High School football team defeated Indian Springs 40-32 on Oct. 24 in Indian Springs.

Winningest Pahrump Valley football coach leads team into playoffs

When the Pahrump Valley High School football team takes the field tonight in the first round of the Class 3A South playoffs, the Trojans will be playing for the winningest coach in school history.

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