Dennis Andersen of Pahrump went 4-0 in Class A to capture the tournament championship Saturday at the Best in the West Horseshoes Tournament at Petrack Park in Pahrump.
A Boy Scouts court of honor was held in the Beatty Community Center Saturday for Liam Mossey of Troop 777.
Spring is a beautiful time of year to get outdoors and visit the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, except that warm and wet spring weather means roads and trails are often muddy.
What was once a decent-sized patch of desert littered with dense brush, trash and other debris, has been transformed into a community park for all to enjoy.
A total of 62 degrees and certificates will be awarded to Great Basin College students in Pahrump and surrounding areas later this week.
Nye County and U.S. Ecology are teaming up for the county’s very first Household Hazardous Waste Collection event and residents will want to mark May 18 on their calendars.
The annual Wild West Extravaganza returned to Pahrump May 3-5 with a full schedule of events.
The Nevada Hemp Association is hosting a hemp growers meeting that could help local farmers build their network.
Two southern Nye County individuals were recognized for their work to increase tourism in the area.
The Southside Trailhead saw its grand opening this past weekend and officials with the town of Pahrump and Nye County gathered for a celebration that included a ribbon cutting along with early morning trail rides for both equestrian and off-highway-vehicle enthusiasts.