The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 22 will host a Thanksgiving dinner from 4-7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 15, at its post on Homestead Road.
Veterans Day is always quite a special occasion in the Pahrump Valley, where the population is well known for supporting its troops and former service members.
Ahead of Veterans Day, Nye County’s congressman, U.S. Steven Horsford, D-Nevada, introduced the Veteran Education and Transfer (or “VET”) Extension Act.
Dr. Kate Hurley plans talk about the best tactics for addressing outdoor cats from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 at the Nye County Commissioners’ chambers, 2100 E. Walt Williams Drive in Pahrump, organizers announced.
Thanks to a partnership between the Nevada Department of Corrections, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and Institute for Applied Ecology, more than 200,000 sagebrush plants will be planted in Nevada wilderness scarred by wildfire, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced.
Beginning last month, weekly menus for the Nye County School District are no longer included in the Pahrump Valley Times.
Have you ever wished the dinner fairy would appear with an effortless dinner for your family? I sure have, usually at 8 o’clock in the evening, dying of hunger, with 100 plates spinning and none of them dinner plates!
Twenty mules will pull replica borax wagons through Death Valley National Park in a rare public reenactment today, Friday, Nov. 8 and Nov. 9, the park announced.
Pahrump Senior Center
Veterans appreciation assembly
Pahrump is well known as a town that supports and honors its veterans and for many of the organizations and businesses that serve the community, giving back to those who have served in the U.S. armed forces is a central goal.
America is known throughout the world as the bastion of freedom and liberty, a land where the citizens’ rights are guaranteed, protected and fiercely defended.
It’s been over seventy years since Duffy Chisholm played with his brother and sisters in the dusty desert around their small house in Death Valley Junction and watched the T and T Railroad engines pass by, but he still thinks of this place as home.