Tecopa Hot Springs Resort will be a hub of activity as the Southern Inyo Fire Protection District holds its annual fundraiser Oct. 26.
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 $20 million.
Having a garden is a wonderful thing. People have the option of growing what they want to eat. Many gardens planted in the desert fall prey to wind burn, rabbits, insects and over or under watering, all of which can destroy a garden in 24 hours by the time gardeners discover the damage.
These days, your arms feel awfully empty.
Oh, the crisp night air, the warm apple cider, the pumpkins. Don’t you just love this time of year?
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of October 21-25:
he Pahrump Valley has been a draw for visitors since it was established as a town in the 1960s. Some have stayed. People come from all walks of life to settle down in wide-open spaces, experience the clean fresh desert air and the star-filled night skies. Seniors come to retire and others come to start a different life.
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 $19 million.
Winter is rearing its head and with the cooler weather comes a less-active lifestyle than is healthy for most of us. The University of Nevada is either getting you outdoors, providing classes for gardeners, hosting health seminars or sponsoring activities for the kids throughout the winter. No excuses, get off of the sofa.
Pahrump Senior Center
With the cooler weather, Tecopa Hot Springs Resort is waking from the summertime slumber and beginning to host events in the art gallery and on the property beside Pastel’s Bistro.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and in keeping with it, the local Curves for Women at 301 S. Oxbow Ave., Suite 9, is offering to donate $10 to breast cancer research for every punch card it sells.
The Pahrump Valley Museum and Historical Society will host its next lecture in the series at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12 at the museum, 410 E. Basin Ave. The guest speaker will be Don McDermott.