Hundreds of Nye County residents braved warm temperatures in order to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations in Pahrump on Thursday.
Western Governors University Nevada announced Wednesday a new scholarship program for essential workers seeking degrees in high-demand career fields including business, teaching, information technology and health professions, such as nursing.
Nathan Adelson Hospice will host its 17th annual Multicultural Symposium virtually beginning at 1 p.m. April 14 with a variety of topics addressing equity in end-of-life care.
There is less than one month left of Nevada’s Tax Amnesty program that began Feb. 1. Business entities that have unpaid tax debt can file/pay their taxes online or download the missing tax returns that are available on the Department of Taxation’s website https://tax.nv.gov/
The Clark County School District announced Tuesday that it will allow the home team’s fans to attend spring sporting events.
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Jerry Walton posted his third consecutive victory in the Sport Mod class during the March 27 racing card to move into first place in the season standings at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
One man was arrested and taken into custody following a disturbance at Bank of America just after 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 6.
On Tuesday, April 6, the Nye County Commission, after several hours of public comment and debate, voted 5-0 to approve fully reopening Nye County and its businesses, and to essentially do away with the mask mandate.
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Pahrump Valley seniors should mark their calendars for Saturday, April 17 when they will have a chance to head out to the Drive-Thru Senior Fair at Inspirations Senior Living Center, where there will be a plethora of organizations gathered for an event intended to help educate the older population about the area’s many valuable resources.
At 10 a.m. on a bright and sunny Saturday morning, a line of vehicles started forming at the NyE Communities Coalition and suddenly it was go-time for the dozens of volunteers on hand for this year’s Community Easter Curbside Pick-up Event.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation on Wednesday provided an update on the required verification for all Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claimants through ID.me. This verification is a requirement under the Continued Assistance Act of 2020 to protect legitimate claimants.
Students in the Jobs for Nevada Graduates program in Pahrump gave back to the community in early April by providing necessities to the homeless during a “solar drive.”
The coronavirus crisis is over, and yet government keeps looking for ways to expand its power. Its next tactic is vaccine passports.
Pahrump’s Saturday Farmers Market at Tractor Supply, hosted by Pahrump Master Gardener volunteers, has been thriving after the reopening.
Two local moms are taking it upon themselves to help safeguard students attending Pahrump’s Community Christian Academy.
The site manager of the Pahrump Senior Center was more than pleased with the facility’s outdoor Easter dinner on Monday, April 5.
The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday released the details of its upcoming 8th annual Balloon Festival.