Adrienne Fors says she was eating pork and rice when she literally bit off more than she could chew. “When I tried to swallow, it went down my throat and then then it got caught with the curve of my throat. Thank goodness Troy was there to do the Heimlich on me.”
The Pahrump Valley has its share of residents without adequate shelter and providing assistance to them is what the Community Crisis Intervention Committee is all about.
Volunteer, join a group, support a cause and more ways to engage.
The Pahrump Holiday Task Force has just one mission, that of bringing the community together for holiday celebrations throughout the year, and with Easter less than a month away, the nonprofit group is gearing up for its next big shindig.
Veterans of Pahrump Valley learned about the resources and services available locally to them at the 6th Annual Cles Saunders Memorial Veterans Extravaganza.
Fields of ephemeral wildflowers aren’t expected this year at Death Valley, but the nearby national park’s rock-solidly stunning geology never takes time off.
“If you have arrived at our desert from another part of the country, you will soon find out that gardening here is very different…” says Sandy Nelson, secretary Pahrump Valley Garden Club.
BEATTY — People here on the whole, continue to oppose the development of solar-energy projects in areas near the town. A sizable crowd showed up for the Beatty Town Advisory Board’s Utility Scale Solar Projects Workshop on Monday, Feb. 27 where Nye County Director of Planning Brett Waggoner told them that he was there to get their input. “It’s your meeting,” he said. “I just want it to be productive.”
Quilters, beaders, Bible readers, environmental activists and overeaters, LGTBQ’ers, book nerds, foodies…these groups and causes will help you engage with your neighbors and find a kindred community.
For the first time since 2021, Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, hosted its much-loved Crab Fest. And it could not have gone better.
There are hunts and there are tough hunts with tents and freeze-dried food on the campfire; all are adventures. Then there’s Spain. Columnist Dan Simmons takes us there.
Forty-eight students from Nye County elementary schools were invited to participate in the district spelling bee Thursday in a packed auditorium at Pahrump Valley High.
SATURDAY, JAN. 7
It’s a new year with new opportunities and possibilities. Now it is time to set our priorities and make plans. My friend Bill Wilson did just that this past year as he set his sights on an African Cape Buffalo safari in Zimbabwe.
Taking place on Christmas Eve, Saturday, Dec. 24, the Community Christmas Dinner saw a large turnout of hundreds of area residents and visitors, all of whom were greeted with enthusiasm by an army of volunteers.