Tonopah deputy treasurer arrested

A months-long investigation has led to the arrest of an employee at the Tonopah treasurer’s office.

 
New Alzheimer’s drug excites Las Vegas researchers

Experts in Las Vegas who participated in clinical trials of aducanumab, approved Monday by the FDA, say it is the first drug that appears to slow “the disease process itself.”

Dog park contract awarded for Pahrump’s Kellogg Park

With a full three years of slow but steady development, the acreage located at the corner of Squaw Valley Road and Bridger Street in Pahrump is no longer just a bare, blank stretch of land populated by weeds and mesquite trees.

Holiday Task Force taking over Pahrump’s July 4th parade

The Pahrump Holiday Task Force is well known for its annual community events during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter holidays and now, this nonprofit group is expanding its efforts into the summer months as well by assuming the task of organizing and hosting the local Fourth of July Parade.

Former county employee arraigned in district court

Nye County Fifth District Court Judge Kimberly Wanker will recuse herself from court proceedings related to Melinda Hinrichs, the longtime Nye County Juvenile Probation Department employee suspected of allegedly embezzling more than $100,000 from the office.

Letters to the Editor

Another possible lesson to be learned from the past

Little League raising funds to send teams to districts

It’s an honor to be selected to play on an all-star baseball team that will compete in a district tournament, but there’s a lot more to it than just showing up at a field with a glove.

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