Nevada Day 2019 marked the 155th birthday of the state and while the holiday may not have been greeted with quite the same level of fantastic fanfare as seen in the state’s capital, Pahrump did have its own exciting festivities to celebrate Nevada’s anniversary.
It’s been over seventy years since Duffy Chisholm played with his brother and sisters in the dusty desert around their small house in Death Valley Junction and watched the T and T Railroad engines pass by, but he still thinks of this place as home.
Successful cross country runners never seem satisfied, something that was evident after Saturday’s Southern Region championships in Boulder City.
If nobody sees a soccer ball go into the net, is it a goal?
The Nevada Outreach Training Organization has confirmed that it will not be hosting its annual Nye County Celebrity Auction this year, due to issues involving scheduling for the popular event.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Nov. 2 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $8 million.
Artists, educators, nonprofit organizations and public institutions interested in funding from the Nevada Arts Council are encouraged to participate in one of its free grants workshops scheduled throughout the state, including in Pahrump later this month.
Nevada casinos had luck on their side playing baccarat and statewide gaming win eclipsed the $1 billion mark for the fifth time this year.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske reports an increase of 5,899 active registered voters statewide during the month of October 2019 as compared to September 2019.
Democratic Reps. Susie Lee and Steven Horsford hold early fundraising leads in their races for re-election in Nevada’s 3rd and 4th congressional districts.
Nevada Volunteers, the Governor’s Commission on Service, announced that nominations for the 2020 Governor’s Points of Light Awards, the highest honor bestowed on a volunteer in Nevada, are now open to the public, officials announced.
Nevada first lady Kathy Sisolak continued what has become a tradition in Nevada by donating the gown she wore at her husband’s inaugural ball to the Nevada State Museum.
The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced that it is partnering with other government entities, higher education institutions, business leaders and start-up resources in a new statewide initiative to foster entrepreneurship in Nevada’s smaller cities and towns.
Gov. Steve Sisolak recently announced the appointment of Michael Brown as director of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
What you are reading is my third version of what happened Friday night at Trojan Field.
Lobo, a 3-year-old German shepherd, graduated from training and joined the Nevada Department of Public Safety’s ranks as an explosives detection K-9 earlier this month.
A Pahrump man is facing numerous charges following his recent arrest.
Viva Gold Corp., a Vancouver, Canada-headquartered company, received approval to drill 20 holes at the Tonopah gold project, according to the news release that was put out by the company.
State Attorney General Aaron Ford advises Nevada’s youth and parents to be aware of online scams targeting minors.
A Las Vegas man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to stealing personal information from military members and using it to steal money.
Monetary issue causes dilemma for reader
There has been a lot of talk about “hate speech” and divisive language used by political leaders of late, and I have to say I am sick of them using us for their own agendas. The leaders of both parties have their catchphrases they know will incite their base and yet they still blame the “other side” for being divisive.
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