Multiple arrests were made by the Nye County sheriffs for activity stemming from the Fourth of July holiday weekend in Pahrump.
New cases, deaths and hospitalizations also remain on the upswing, according to data published by the state on Friday.
This year marks the 245th birthday of the United States of America, and towns all around Nye County will be hosting events in celebration of the occasion, giving residents and visitors the chance to head out on Sunday, July 4 to revel in patriotism and unity. Tonopah, Round Mountain, Beatty and Amargosa each have their own activities planned and all are free for the public to enjoy.
Kasey Dilger and Kevin Chael of Pahrump swept seven games to win the latest edition of the Shoes ‘N Brews horseshoes series June 20 at the Short Branch Saloon in Crystal.
Barbara Wilson and Jan Mock teamed for 1,649 total pinfall to win Division A of the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s certified 9-pin no-tap doubles tournament June 26 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
The issue of public health was front and center when officials from the Southern Nevada Community Health Center in Las Vegas recently made a stop in Pahrump.
The past couple of months have been exceptionally busy ones for the Pahrump Holiday Task Force as the group worked to put together its very first Fourth of July celebration and with the event now just one day away, task force members are bubbling with excitement in anticipation of what they are hoping will be a highly successful community gathering.
Nye County Fifth District Court Judge Kimberly Wanker sentenced Marco Torres, 58, to life in prison for the murder of his cancer-stricken roommate, Jonathan Piper, last April.
“The Fourth of July is the day we celebrate our freedom, which is fought for every day. It is why we are able to come together to enjoy as family and friends, unified with every explosion in the sky as a symbol of that freedom. Come join us, you won’t want to miss it!”
Pahrump Senior Center
Officials at Desert Haven Animal Society issued an important warning this week regarding Independence Day celebrations.
In 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic holding the entire country in its grip, for the first time in decades the town of Pahrump missed out on what has become the largest and best known event of the yearly community calendar, the Fall Festival.
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Under an agreement between conservationists and a federal agency, a finding must be issued by the end of the month.
The desire to face quality competition is a constant for Pahrump baseball. During the high school season, many opponents simply don’t have the pitching — or fielding — to compete, and while that makes for gaudy records it doesn’t do much to sharpen skills or prepare players for making a run at that elusive state title.