summer vacation is quickly drawing to a close and students all across the valley will soon head back to the classroom to immerse themselves in the world of academics.
I don’t often get this giddy when I share a recipe but this one is so special, I’m doing my happy dance.
Roughly a month after the start of summer, the president of Pahrump’s Desert Haven Animal Society is offering advice to area pet owners about the brutal heat in Southern Nevada, and how it poses a lethal threat to domesticated animals.
Carmelo’s Bistro is launching new hours and other new food choices starting on Friday.
In less than three weeks, Nye County students are set to head back to their classrooms for another year of learning and one of the most important parts of readying for the school year is rounding up all the supplies necessary to take on the looming academic challenges.
Pahrump resident Pete Giordano always says it feels like just a short time ago that he started the local chapter of GriefShare but the group is in fact now entering its fifth year and its impact on the community has been far-reaching and undeniable.
Joe Clayton is entering his seventh season as the head football coach at Pahrump Valley High School, and in each of those seven seasons the Trojans spent a week of their summer at a football camp hosted by Southern Utah University in Cedar City.
The Pahrump Valley Rotary Club is an organization dedicated to community service, touting the slogan, “service above self” and it is always actively seeking ways to help the community it calls home.
Booey McClard has played a lot of sports during his 11 years, but this summer he’s doing something new to him.
Sixteen years is a long time between winning medals in a national sporting event, but Randy Gulley proved last month that, when it comes to bowling, he’s still got it.