Talk to Pahrump Valley girls basketball coach Bob Hopkins about how the 2017-18 went for the Trojans, and the conversation always come back to the same place: how it ended.
The Beatty District Library is preparing to host the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the efforts of Shirley Harlan and Elizabeth Keal on behalf of the library.
Nathan Adelson Hospice, which has locations across Southern Nevada, including Pahrump, announced a deal to acquire a home hospice care provider in the region.
The federal Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Initiative is providing free entrepreneurship education and training for executives of small, poised-for-growth companies that are potential job creators.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced up to $11.5 million in new funding to deploy energy infrastructure on tribal lands.
The Shadow Mountain Quilters’ Pins and Needles Quilt and Needlework Show is right around the corner and residents will want to be sure to swing by Nevada Treasure RV Resort this weekend to get in on all the fun.
The 7th Annual Crab Fest, hosted by Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates, is just a week and a half away and tickets are going fast.
The skies above Petrack Park and the Pahrump Valley at-large will be awash with large colorful soaring orbs as the annual Pahrump Hot Air Balloon Festival returns this weekend.
The Beatty Senior Citizens Center’s new site manager, Linda Johnston, says she was nervous at first in planning a Valentine’s Day dinner and party.
Cody Nielsen had some good reasons for not making it to Pahrump Valley’s Maroon and Gold alumni baseball game in recent years.