“It’s Christmas for the fireworks for us,” said Kevin LeBon, general manager at Blackjack Fireworks, who’s also known locally as the “Mayor of Pahrump.”
Despite experiencing multiple setbacks since securing the management contract for Lakeview Executive Golf Course in 2019, CourseCo. has made strides to make the course profitable.
Connecting residents with resources was the goal of the day on Friday, June 24 during the 7th Annual Nye County Social Services Fair.
A $489,000 contract has been awarded to Las Vegas Paving Corp. for the improvements.
Nevada Supreme Court rules commission over-reached its power by relocating courts that would not allow guns in complexes.
Officials from The Source+ announced that its sixth dispensary will open its 2370 Homestead Road location to the public on Saturday, July 16.
Marijuana consumption lounges might begin to spring up as early as this year, and state officials on Tuesday took a crucial step into making that timeline possible by approving regulations for such businesses.
Bureau of Land Management officials are evaluating the applications for their impact on wildlife, such as the desert tortoise, protecting the “windscape” of Big Dune and water use.
An elderly man was among the casualties in the blazes that also claimed the lives of some pets.
Grief is an often inexplicable emotion, one that can be difficult to describe and to comprehend, but it’s an emotion that all must face at some point in their lives. When that grief comes from losing a loved one, it can be even more overwhelming but fortunately there is a place for local residents to turn: GriefShare.
An extra $15,000 was secured to light up the Pahrump sky this Fourth of July.
Item 9 Labs Corp., an Arizona-based vertically integrated cannabis dispensary franchisor and operator, is soon expected to complete a 20,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art cultivation and lab facility in Pahrump, according to reports from company officials.
Abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy are enshrined in Nevada state law through a process that would be difficult to undo.
A $500 reward is being offered for information leading to the conviction of the person or persons responsible for vandalizing Nye County Sheriff’s Office candidate Joe McGill’s political signs.
Just a week before a major improvement project for Pahrump’s main highway begins, Nevada Department of Transportation officials say the project will be postponed until July 11.