This Sunday is Easter which means besides lots of candy, we’ll have a plethora of hard-boiled eggs to enjoy. Let’s take this opportunity to make some really “egg-cellent” deviled eggs. A great deviled egg recipe is handy all year round because they make great appetizers, accompaniment for salads, light brunch or lunch and are perfect for picnics.
We live in litigious times. Bob is suing Fred, Fred is suing Bob, ABC Company is suing XYZ Company and lawyers are proliferating in numbers at rapid speed.
After several weeks of road construction, Scotty’s Castle Road is fully open to through traffic as of April 11. Scotty’s Castle Road, also known as Bonnie Claire Road, is located in the northern part of Death Valley National Park, and provides access to Scotty’s Castle historic house museum.
Pahrump Senior Center
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $51 million.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $49 million.
Recently a dear friend was mourning the loss of her favorite weekend treat; pizza delivery on Friday night. She said she couldn’t justify $50 for two pizzas.
The Pahrump Valley Museum and Historical Society is proud to announce that our next lecture for 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, April 12 with M. Kent “Tim” Hafen who will be speaking on the history of Pahrump Valley and how some of the streets were named.
he first fundraiser for the Pahrump Arts Council youth program dazzled audiences with a Las Vegas-style show at the Saddle West Hotel and Casino Saturday night, complete with a seven-piece band backing up Vegas legend Dondino, the Liz Lieberman Ovation Dancers and Charlie Duncan, a celebrity singer from Cornell Gunther’s Coasters.
Coordinator for the Nevada State GEAR UP program, Lisa Hamrick, at Rosemary Clarke Middle School, in conjunction with Dr. Rita Bagwe, Biology Instructor for Great Basin College held four different field trips to GBC. The field trips consisted of seventh and eighth grade students in groups of 25 at a time visiting several of the classrooms and laboratory facilities located on the college campus.
Next Saturday is going to be a busy day at Ian Deutch Park with four events happening simultaneously in that location.
Not to be jolly, but to be increasingly careful because TAX REFUND FRAUD is big business for identity theft fraudsters.