A youngster takes a whack at a pinata during Volunteer Appreciation Day at Cottonwood Park in Beatty on Saturday, August 13. The event, hosted by Happy Burro Chili and Beer, now in its seventh year, recognizes the services of volunteers in the community and raises money for the Volunteer Fire Department and Volunteer Ambulance Service.
Spring Mountain Apartments, a low-income senior living community in Pahrump, has a brand new community garden to enjoy thanks to a partnership with two of the valley’s major nonprofit organizations, the NyE Communities Coalition and the Master Gardeners with the University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension.
The dance welcomed Pahrump Valley homeschool students for a night of eerie fun.
Following a successful prom held for home-schooled children in the valley, organizers are eyeing a homeschool homecoming event.
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.
Some people love them, some people hate them, and most seem to do a bit of both. But what should be done about them? The town is asking BLM to address an overpopulation of burros.
When the Jepsons learned that both 15-year-old Jace and 18-year-old Garrett had qualified to compete at the 2023 National High School Rodeo Finals, the entire family was elated but they knew there would be one major challenge in getting the brothers to Wyoming, that of cost
The kits are equipped with first-aid and mental health treatments, defibrillators and Naloxone medication to reverse opioid overdoses.
The afternoon was a celebration of all things chic. The stylish affair drew a sold-out crowd to the Sanders Family Winery and helped raised thousands of dollars to support Soroptimist International of the Pahrump Valley.
“The Community Easter Picnic was a huge success,” Pahrump Holiday Task Force chair Linda Wright raved following the group’s annual, large-scale event, noting that she and her entire team were very pleased with the turnout. The event on April 8 attracted 1,000 people to the park, organizers said.
The Shadow Mountain Quilters hosted the 2023 Pins and Needles Quilt Show this past weekend, shining the spotlight on the beauty of fiber arts and celebrating the creativity that can be expressed with nothing more than some fabric, a needle and thread.