Death Valley National Park has been closed since Tropical Storm Hilary caused extensive damage on Aug. 20, 2023.
Smiles Across Pahrump returned this month to the valley for the first time since 2019. Families were invited out for a day of unplugged, technology-free fun, continuing a tradition started by the late Butch “Patches” Harper.
Columnist Dan Simmons just returned to Pahrump from a homecoming trip to British Columbia, Canada and was reminded that many in northern communities continue to be financially and culturally dependent on subsistence hunting and fishing, as were our American families in the not-too-distant past.
Martin Riske, 64, has been identified as the victim located in the front yard of a residence at 921 W. Irene St. on Monday, Aug. 21. A Nye County Sheriff’s Office report details more about his death.
Delays and awkward comments in the face of unspeakable tragedy.
The Cannabis Compliance Board has approved Nye County’s first cannabis consumption lounge — businesses where people can consume cannabis products.
Investigators said Bruce Brown’s daughter had been living off the dead man’s Social Security and VA benefits.
The Beatty High School football team will kick off the 2023 season on Friday, Sept. 1.
Halloween Spooktacular has been offering up a free, scary-good time in Pahrump for nearly a decade now. But the party needs your help.
As students return to class after summer break, a popular summer youth program has closed for the season. The Pahrump Valley Youth Activities Program began in 2011 as a way to keep students engaged during summer break.
Administered by the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the CDBG program has funneled millions of dollars into the county over the last 40 years and officials are hoping to glean even more of that funding in the coming year. Here’s what they’re hoping to fund.
Rain on Sunday in Death Valley reached 2.2 inches, higher than the previous one-day record of 1.7 inches.
David Boruchowitz allegedly turned off his body camera while speaking with a suicidal man who eventually killed himself.
Tonopah head coach Duffy Otteson is looking to get his team back into the playoffs after having a down season in 2022, finishing third in the 1A Central league at 2-7.
Officials said Klapper was nominated for the award because of her “passion and commitment to the community.”
Authorities in Las Vegas have captured the suspect wanted for the homicide of a middle-aged Pahrump man, according to the Nye County Sheriff’s Office.
All eyes in Southern Nevada were focused on weather apps beginning Friday night and throughout the weekend.
Community members came out in force during the last Nye County Commission meeting to voice their yearning for a proper pickleball facility.
California’s electric vehicle push has increased the demand for natural gas. The global warming alarmists never mentioned that.
Proper planning and tight coordination were key in saving lives during the severe tropical storm that passed through parts of Southern Nevada and California over the weekend, officials say.
Valley Electric Association is reporting some power outages in Pahrump because of heavy storms.
Capt. David Boruchowitz stands accused of using his position to falsely arrest the former CEO of Valley Electric Association.
Christian music fans can hear the Armouraires Quartet on Sunday at Heritage Bible Church.
What does a smile mean to me? The question is at the center of the Smiles Across Pahrump event, which makes its return this month following a several-year hiatus.
After the Pahrump Valley Times reported that Bureau of Land Management officials gathered and removed more than 100 wild horses and burros from Pahrump in its annual roundup earlier this month, we heard from dozens of readers on the issue.
Trustees take no action following research showing most other libraries don‘t censor youth materials on basis of race, gender or sexuality.
The disaster is considered the deadliest U.S wildfire in more than a century as more than 2,200 structures were also destroyed on the garden isle, with 86 percent being residential homes officials say.
The Pahrump Valley girls soccer team will kick off their season this weekend with a 2-day tournament in Spring Creek, Nevada. First-year head coach Amy Carlson will be leading the Lady Trojans on the field this season.
For many in the Pahrump Valley, the horse and burro herds that roam through town are a beloved part of the community. For others, they’re a nuisance.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the cause of a fatal vehicle crash last week.