The process of awarding delegates to the array of candidates vying for the Democratic presidential nomination is underway, and Nevada will the be third state in the nation to voice its presidential preferences.
The Bureau of Land Management is currently in the processing of revising its grazing regulations, filing a notice of intent with the Federal Register in late January to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement detailing how the proposed changes could effect the land and wildlife.
The Nevada Complete Count Committee is now rolling out its 2020 census administrative support and partnership grant applications, aimed at helping provide cash to organizations and entities working on the 2020 census.
This is an exciting time of year for the vegetable gardener. Seeds started over the next few weeks will be providing you with a bounty in just a few short months. Seed starting is easier than you may think if you follow a few simple steps.
Jazmyne Turner will be running track at Missouri Valley College next year, and how she got there shows how much recruiting has changed in college sports.
The Floyd Elementary School Library was a scene of utter excitement and incredible pride as the best spellers from each of the valley’s four elementary schools stepped into the spotlight to showcase their skills during the Pahrump Valley 2020 Spelling Bee.
This past December was a very exciting month for the Friends of the Belmont Courthouse, as the organization had the first issue of its brand new newsletter published for the public’s enjoyment.
After approving the acceptance of a bond payment for the uncompleted Ishani Ridge subdivision in Pahrump, the Nye County Commission followed up with an agenda item delineating the exact fund into which that money will be deposited.
The Nevada State High School Rodeo Association will return to Pahrump this month, and Buddy Krebs, director of the Pahrump Valley High School Rodeo Club, hopes for a good turnout.
The Pahrump Arts Council has recently experienced some difficult times, with a former president of the organization arrested on suspicion of embezzlement in early January of this year.
Pending changes to the federal Flood Insurance Rate Map brought over 100 Pahrump residents to a workshop on the subject, many of whom were obviously angered by the fact that their homes were being added into a high-risk flood hazard area, resulting in the need for those with federally-backed mortgages to purchase flood insurance.
Just one year into his term, Democratic Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is facing a statewide recall effort to remove him from office, an effort being manned by an organization calling itself Fight For Nevada.
A Pahrump youth robotics team held its annual fundraiser to gain traction on needed resources for its upcoming trip to the state championships in Northern Nevada.
Denise Flanagan’s passion for the Wounded Warrior Project stems in part from her 27-year stint in the Air Force and time spent in the medical field. She is also a Wednesday night league bowler.
Bobbi-lee Ward is taking the concept of leap year seriously, taking a leap on Feb. 29.