UPDATE: “NCSO Deputies located the vehicle wanted in connection with the drive by shooting at Preferred RV Park. The suspect is in custody for discharging a firearm where person might be endangered.”
Nevada on Friday reported 804 new coronavirus cases and three additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Ally Rily was named pitcher of the year and given the “players choice award” Monday night at the Pahrump Valley High School softball team’s annual awards night.
A preliminary report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena was released on Friday.
With the close of the current fiscal year looming, officials with CourseCo made their annual presentation to the Nye County Commission last week, giving an overview of what the management company has in store for Lakeview Executive Golf Course, which was acquired by the town of Pahrump three years ago and which has been the subject of intense debate by both commissioners and the public since that acquisition.
Logan Donnelly picked a great time to throw his first complete game.
“You crave it, we shave it,” is the catchphrase of a brand new mobile business in town, just in time for the summer season.
The 2022 primary election is nearly an entire year off but local resident Diane Sauter is not wasting any time in announcing her bid for public office in the coming year. A former law enforcement officer from Illinois, Sauter is now aiming for the position of top cop in Nye County and will be running for Nye County sheriff.
A series of motor vehicle collisions and fires kept Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services quite busy in recent days.
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Pahrump Senior Center
If there is one thing that is certain in life, it’s that everyone has an opinion and for those who wish to share their thoughts on the future direction of Nye County government, they will have the opportunity next week during a series of workshops aimed at gathering the viewpoint of area residents.
The severely overweight potbellied pig, which rescuers named “Cupcake,” was found June 2 in a wire dog kennel by a resident on the sidewalk outside his home.