DMV reports increase in recovered stolen cars

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has seen a sharp increase in the number of stolen vehicles recovered at its offices in Las Vegas this year. The department is warning consumers to be extra careful in private party vehicle sales.

Missing teenager is found

A week-long search for a missing 15-year-old girl ended with a positive outcome on Tuesday.

Pahrump’s Riding will play baseball at Cerro Coso C.C.

Pahrump Valley High School’s graduating class had one baseball player preparing to play in college, and it had a student-athlete ticketed for Cerro Coso Community College in California.

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Circus to stop in Pahrump

The huge red big top tent installed in the middle of Petrack Park can only mean one thing.

DIVAS ON A DIME: Spoil dad with gourmet hamburgers at home

With Father’s Day just around the corner, may I suggest giving dear old dad what he really wants, an amazing hamburger. Seriously, who doesn’t love a big, tender, juicy burger? Except for a few vegetarians, every dad I know would agree.

Pickup is destroyed in parking lot of Pahrump casino

Mechanical failure is believed to be the cause of a fire that destroyed a pickup truck in the parking lot of the Lakeside Casino on south Homestead just before 4 p.m., on Tuesday, June 15.

Wildfire Awareness Campaign underway in Nevada

Nevada’s Wildfire Awareness Campaign runs from May until October this year and the importance of this push to highlight the dangers and educate the public on the causes of wildfires has only been underscored by the two recent fires in Southern Nevada, one near Sandy Valley and another in Red Rock Canyon.

Nye County puts fireworks stores on notice

Local fireworks stores are being put on notice by Nye County officials, who emphasized during the most recent Nye County Commission meeting that those store owners must take action to build warehouses to store their fireworks inventory and then remove the metal storage containers located at their retail stores, as dictated by the “sunset clause” outlined in their Conditional Use Permits.

Pahrump’s Car Studio bids community farewell

When driving down Highway 160 in the last few weeks, if residents have noticed that it seems as if there is something missing, that’s because there is.

Letters to the Editor

Reader expounds on advantages of buying electric car

Wet Wild Water War in Pahrump sees small turnout

After weeks of preparation and hard work to put together an event that was intended to not only give area residents something fun to do but to raise funding as well, Full Circle Community Organization was disappointed with the turnout at the Wet Wild Water War. However, as group founder Cherish Pryor assured following the event, she’s not going to let that minor stumbling block stop her in her mission of bringing new youth programs to the community.

Thomas Knapp: The ProPublica tax report: Much ado about non-income

It’s a tantalizing headline from investigative journalism group ProPublica: “The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest Avoid Income Tax.”

J4NG gains grant to fund workforce programs

Jobs for Nevada’s Graduates, a statewide nonprofit, has received a $725,000 federal grant to launch a Workforce Pathways for Youth Program.

Ford warns of scams in credit repair, insurance

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford, in partnership with the Nevada Division of Insurance, on Wednesday encouraged Nevadans to stay vigilant as scammers attempt to take advantage of struggling individuals and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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