A listing of upcoming events and things to do in the area.
Juan Alvarez, of Amargosa Valley, a student in Stephen Witten’s drawing class at Beatty High, created his drawing of the face of a combat soldier using charcoal and working without an outline.
Everything you need to know to plan a good time out.
Thousands of locals and tourists once frequented Bonnie Springs, a former attraction about 48 miles southeast of Pahrump which included an 1880s western town replica created by local resident David Squier, desert wildlife sculptor.
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It will be called Death Valley Drive-in Theater, according to Dwight Finney, the entrepreneur behind the first-of-its-kind project who says the concept he invented is pending approval to use the fairgrounds parking lot off Gamebird Road.
Here’s a look at what’s going on around the community.
The Pahrump Arts Council is all about cultural enrichment and for the past three decades, the nonprofit has been worked to create an environment in which the arts can truly flourish in the local community.
Pahrump Valley Times columnist Dan Simmons prepares you for the hunting season.
Hotels, RV slips sell out for 51st Jim Butler Days.
As summer gets into full swing, several organizations throughout Nye County are offering activities for local children of all ages and their families.
Jim Butler Days, a comedy night and movies in the park. Our local listings are packed with events for everyone.
Memorial Day is known as many things in the U.S. and while taking advantage of the three-day weekend and warming weather is a focus for the masses, the true meaning behind the holiday is much more somber.
The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce’s decision to cancel the 9th Annual Pahrump Balloon Festival earlier this year was a source of much dismay and disappointment for area residents but thanks to the efforts of the Dubin family and Balloons Over Pahrump, the event is now set to make a comeback this fall.
Looking for fun? We’ve got you covered.
The federal lawsuit filed this week argues that both the vaccination mandate and a requirement that unvaccinated workers be tested for COVID-19 are unconstitutional.
Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates recently saw a big boost to its operation, with the Roaring 20s Quarter Auction fundraiser declared the “cat’s pajamas,” and bringing in a total of $11,000 to support the nonprofit.
The sounds of the islands and other beats pulsed across Ian Deutch Memorial Park during Mother’s Day weekend with several performers hitting the stage during a music festival coined “One Love.”
The Nevada Division of Tourism is pushing a travel itinerary in the state for those interested in the existence of life beyond earth’s atmosphere; life forms that may have already visited the “blue planet.”