Not a lot of things went right for Pahrump resident Marvin Caperton at this year’s Bay Area Senior Games.
The cool, spring-like weather in Pahrump may have lasted longer than usual this year but rising temperatures are swiftly making their way to the area and with the increase in temperature comes a ban on open burning in the valley.
Desert View Hospital put its wares on display during an event this spring at the Pahrump Senior Center.
Ask Jacob Cipollini about what school subject gives him the most trouble, and it doesn’t take him long to come up with an answer.
One anecdote neatly sums up both the attitude young female wrestlers face and a great way to combat it.
Memorial Day may have been celebrated by a large portion of Americans on Monday, May 27, but for the members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, including Pahrump’s own Post #10054, the true observance did not take place until three days later on May 30.
Pahrump Senior Center
Fun and games were the order of the day at Floyd Elementary School, as the campus’ Field Day got underway.
Beatty resident Randy Schroeder and his daughter, Kaci, were among those participating in the 2019 Operation Battle Born Ruck to Remember, culminating on Memorial Day.
Memorial Day was observed nationally on Monday, May 27 and in the Pahrump Valley, it was truly a day of remembrance with an array of events to held to commemorate the occasion.
While for some Memorial Day may bring to mind thoughts of the unofficial start of summer, picnics, barbecues and fun times, for many others it is a somber and solemn day meant to recognize and show appreciation for the men and women who have lost their lives serving in the U.S. armed forces.
Beatty High School is celebrating its new graduates. The school’s graduation ceremony took place May 24 in the school gymnasium.
Students, parents, guardians and others are just days away from watching the Class of 2019 at Pahrump Valley High School walk across the stage.
“Build it and they will come.”