Welcome to the 2018 “Progress Edition” of the Pahrump Valley Times that encompasses news on major growth in the local business landscape, completed and active area developments of the past several months and those on the drawing board.
Amargosa Days starts today, April 27, and runs through April 29 as part of a dynamic celebration, organizers said.
Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of April 30 – May 4:
The Nye County town of Tonopah was in the spotlight in April with the Rural Roundup coming to town after a more than two-decade hiatus from the area.
Pahrump Senior Center
The Pahrump Arts Council presented the High Desert Chorale annual spring concert on Thursday, April 12 in the Pahrump Valley High School auditorium.
The Special Olympics Nevada Law Enforcement Torch Run is set to pass through Pahrump beginning at 8 a.m. today, April 27, organizers announced.
I was a really great mom, before I had kids. I was going to show everybody how it was supposed to be done. It’s easy to be exceptional when it’s all in theory. But when the reality of life smacks you in the face, you see things a little differently. Running a home and meeting the needs of a family is very hard work.
Desert View Hospital was one of several medical facilities across Nevada to gain access to fiber-optic communication lines, which offer facilities the potential to benefit a patient’s access and speed of medical care.
Nye County gaming operators were “hot,” so to speak, from the summer of 2017 until the year ended—a roll that continued through the early part of 2018.