Even with the annual Fall Festival this weekend, you may still find time to take in what is being called a “Musical Variety Comedy Show” at Sanders Winery on Kellogg Road.
Local romance author Alexandra Forry has found her niche in creating novels that capture the romantic in everyone.
It’s a beautiful sunny day, close to Christmas or someone’s birthday and on the sidewalk at the grocery store someone is giving away puppies or kittens. No shots, not neutered or spayed, but they’re tempting and beautiful. By the end of the day they are in a home and likely with people who have neither prepared for nor understand the responsibility involved in having a pet.
There are too many people on the road.
There will be another festival next weekend, Oct. 4, 5 and 6, celebrating the old west.
OK, I admit it, I absolutely LOVE Autumn. I get giddy the first time I see that huge cardboard box full of voluptuous pumpkins at the grocery store. Am I the only one?
The Pahrump Arts Council recently lost the director of the local choir.
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of September 30-October 4:
The annual Town Clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 21 in what Nuclear Waste & Environmental Advisory Board Chairman John Pawlak calls “an old-fashioned house cleaning.”
For more than a decade, the annual Pony Express Trail Ride was associated with the Bob Baker Wild West Extravaganza, an event set for Oct. 4-6.
It’s not what you think it is, so get your mind out of the gutter. It’s a big party for a small price. Here’s how you sneak a potluck past your friends, extended family or co-workers without resorting to the “bring a covered dish” same old, same old. It’s a great gathering idea where the host provides the base for always popular dishes and asks guests to contribute favorite toppings for fun, creative, communal cooking.