This Sunday, the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center will be taken over by supporters of America’s heroes during the Wounded Warriors Bowl-A-Thon and event organizer Denise Flanagan is excited to announce the addition of an extraordinarily generous donation to the cause.
Hosted by local veteran Denise Flanagan, all of the money raised at the Bowl-A-Thon will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that supports veterans.
The annual event aims to educate people about the culture of America’s indigenous tribes.
Comfort and healing bestowed upon local veterans.
Our list of events will give you many reasons to get out of the house this holiday season.
BEATTY — Some areas here will be safer thanks to the decision of the Beatty Town Advisory Board to fund new fire hydrants in three locations in town. The new hydrants will be located in the general areas of North C Avenue and West North Avenue, North E Avenue and West Lisle Avenue, and South B Avenue and West Crowell Avenue.
Here in the Pahrump Valley, where thousands of former military service members call home, Veterans Day is always marked with proper ceremony thanks to the efforts of local veterans’ groups.
We’ve updated our list of things to do around Pahrump. Check it out.
The Nevada Silver Tappers took to the stage last Saturday night for a fabulous performance with a very special purpose at its heart, raising money to support the local Veterans Food Bank, and when all was said and done, thousands of dollars had been collected to help give back to those who have served.
The Food Assistance Program will launch on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, and will be available to veterans living in Pahrump who are homebound, regardless of it they are a Nathan Adelson Hospice patient.
Your guide for Pahump-area events.
The Community Thanksgiving Dinner is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NyE Communities Coalition, 1020 E. Wilson Road
The 9th Annual Pahrump Balloon Festival is all set to float into town this weekend and with it will come three days of fun and amusement that are sure to please the whole family.
The 52-year-old man was diagnosed with a condition known as Basal Ganglia Hemorrhage, which is the result of poorly controlled long-standing hypertension and has been hospitalized since Aug. 23.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in Pahrump.