The Las Vegas Area Council’s annual Mountain Man Rendezvous returned to David Spicer’s ranch in Beatty again last weekend, with around 2,000 Boy Scouts and leaders participating in a wide variety of mountain man and Native American themed activities. The weather was cool and damp, but, as one staff member put it, “It’s mountain man. Mountain men have to cope.”
The U.S. Department of Agriculture this week reminded producers in Nevada that the nationwide deadline to sign up for the Market Facilitation Program is today, Dec. 6.
The Christmas spirit is alive and well at Pahrump’s Spring Mountain Medical as doctors and staff are coordinating a toy drive once again this year.
Last time we embarked on an exploratory fishing expedition to determine if the Roosevelt River had potential for a sport fishery. This is a continuing part of that adventure. See part 1 in the Nov. 27 edition of the Pahrump Valley Times or on pvtimes.com
The Pahrump Community Library Board of Trustees is set to address a very contentious issue, a possible ban on guns in the library’s story room, at its next meeting on Monday, Dec. 9.
Pahrump Senior Center
The duck ponds at the Nye County and town administration building at the Calvada Eye will be undergoing a thorough cleaning and repair project during the next couple of weeks, town government announced in a Dec. 3 Facebook post.
Author’s talk at Shoshone Museum
Here is a look at Christmas and holiday-related events in the community. See full list at pvtimes.com and in the Nov. 27 Pahrump Valley Times newspaper print edition and in upcoming editions of the newspaper.
On a chilly day in the Pahrump Valley with the crispness of autumn singing in the air, hundreds gathered together for an afternoon of companionship, camaraderie and good food at the Community Outreach Thanksgiving Dinner.