The Women’s Auxiliary of the Beatty Veterans of Foreign Wars post put on a special Valentine’s Day dinner to benefit Beatty youth. All proceeds from the reservations-only dinner were donated to be used by youth organizations in Beatty schools. Youth also assisted in serving the dinner and were able to divide and keep their tip money after the dinner. The event was a complete sell-out.
For many years the Pahrump Gunfighters have entertained and thrilled the local community with their Old West shows and skits at Dusty Flats on West Stagecoach Road.
In response to recent developments regarding COVID-19, Three Square Food Bank will continue efforts to ensure Southern Nevadans in need have access to nutritious food while strictly adhering to state and local mandates, directives and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
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Years ago, when I lived in Alaska, I was driving to work one morning at the end of a frigid winter. The thaw had given way to greenery and by mid-May the sun had fully returned after a winter of darkness. As I passed a stand of pine trees, I suddenly noticed to my left a field brimming in green and purple.
Pahrump Senior Center
Bill Neilson stepped up to the foul line on Lane 16 of the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center. He’s one of dozens of bowlers who turned out Sunday for the monthly Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club tournament.
Horseshoes returned to Beatty on Saturday, and the pitchers turned out for the Beatty Boo tournament.