The owner of a rural Nevada hotel-casino in Amargosa Valley finished a project to host weddings and other ceremonies and bring a piece of state history to the area.
Owners of Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club charged ahead with a plan to expand the race facility’s track—a move that could increase Pahrump’s status as a global destination.
New offerings at Desert View Hospital ushered in additional specialty services to southern Nye County residents and others in 2018 and in early 2019. Patients with non-life threatening illnesses and injuries also noticed another new service at the hospital in early 2019: a fast-track ER.
The Pahrump area welcomed its first drive-thru Starbucks location in the early part of 2019.
The Pahrump Senior Center are embracing the holidays in a unique fashion throughout this year.
The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce on Friday and Saturday is shifting its annual Biz and Home Expo to a new location for 2019.
Nye County Sheriff’s Lt. David Boruchowitz called Saturday’s Community Easter celebration at Petrack Park, “phenomenal.”
Bittersweet would be an apt term to describe Easter Sunday morning, April 21, at Simkins Park, as local residents, family and friends witnessed the unveiling of a memorial in memory of Pahrump resident Cassandra Selbach, who passed away in January.
Under bright blue and sunshiny skies, with a light breeze stirring the air, Petrack Park came alive with the sights and sounds of artistic pursuits as the Pahrump Arts Council hosted its annual Art and Sol Festival.
Could these cookies be any more perfect for springtime? I think not. They’re sweet, pastel, and light as a feather. While they look impressive, they’re astonishingly easy to make. If I can make these, you can make these. Let everyone think you moonlight as a pastry chef in a French patisserie. It’ll be our secret.
With more than two dozen vendors, games, fun activities and food, the 2019 Community Easter Picnic is expected to attract untold numbers of families to Petrack Park on Saturday, April 20, so says Project Coordinator Linda Wright of the NyE Communities Coalition’s Holiday Task Force.
Growing up in rural Amargosa Valley, there wasn’t much by way of community Easter celebrations for Cassandra Mills, her brother, or anyone in the small town.
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