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• Bobby Edward Jordan was charged on July 24 with battery.

• Kevin Myronn Armstrong was charged on July 29 with petit larceny.

• Christopher Banning was charged on July 31 with obtaining money under false pretenses and burglary.

• Andre Lamar Longmire Jr., was charged on July 31 with driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended.

• Ernest Frank Bridwell was charged on July 31 with possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to violate the uniform controlled substance act.

• Lawrence Raymond Panozzo was charged on July 31 with possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to violate the uniform controlled substance act.

• Shann Shalanda Prince was charged on Aug. 1 with battery upon a peace officer, resisting public officer and obstructing a public officer.

• Kylie Chaidez was charged on Aug. 1 with duty upon damaging unattended vehicle or other property and immediate notice to police officer of accident involving unattended vehicle or other property.

• Brandon Austin Ading was charged on Aug. 1 with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and obstructing a public officer.

• Timothy James Persson was charged on Aug. 1 with torture or cruelty.

• Sean O’Brien was charged on Aug. 1 with harassment.

• Robert Scott Lynn was charged on Aug. 1 with petit larceny.

• Arthur Joseph Fisher III was charged on Aug. 5 with bomb threat prohibited, two counts.

• Kenneth Paul Gallucci was charged on Aug. 8 with obstructing a public officer, resisting a public officer and battery upon a peace officer.

• Faiza Boules was charged on Aug. 8 with breach of peace and injury to property.

• Bradley James Kullenberg was charged on Aug. 11 with assault upon an officer, driving under the influence of alcohol, resisting public officer and running at large, two counts.

• Randi Lyn Vice was charged on Aug. 12 with petit larceny.

GALLERY: Celebrating the lives of lost loved ones

Butterflies are a symbol of transformation and one of the most transformative things a person can experience is the death of someone they love.

Local families invited to Community Baby Shower

Raising a child can be hard. That’s something the members of Pahrump Mothers Corner understand all too well. In an effort to ease the challenges of parenthood, particularly for new and expecting families, this group of local moms banded together to host a Community Baby Shower and the event proved to be very popular, leading to its return for the third year running.

Tonopah to be home to experimental hypersonic testing facility

Ambitious. It’s an apt word to describe Michael Grace’s vision for the future of his company, Longshot Space Technology Corporation, which, if all goes to plan, will build what he calls the world’s largest potato gun.

Pahrump man arrested for elder abuse

A Pahrump man wanted by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of elder abuse was arrested while attempting to purchase multiple vehicles at a Las Vegas car dealership, according to authorities.

Nye sheriff explains why you shouldn’t flee from the law

A man suspected of driving a stolen vehicle out of Las Vegas led Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a high-speed pursuit into Pahrump on Monday morning, April 15.

Amargosa veterans honored with their own Quilts of Valor ceremony

The Nye County Valor Quilters are on a mission — to cover local veterans in the comfort of healing Quilts of Valor to honor the service and sacrifices they’ve made in the name of freedom – and now, these talented artists have started to expand their reach outside of the Pahrump Valley.

Vehicle in garage destroyed by fire

No serious injuries were reported after fire gutted a vehicle inside the garage of a home along the 2400 block of Zuni Avenue on Wednesday, April 10.

Need a good laugh? Join in a night of hilarious scholarship fundraising

Promising a “laugh-your-ass-off” night of hilarity and musical diversion, Sanders Family Winery is all set to host the Kiwanis Club of the Pahrump Valley Scholarship Fundraiser and its sure to be an amusing time for all involved.

$6.2M allocated to 10 projects

Nye County has earmarked about $6.2 million of its $12 million in Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Fund (LATCF) grant dollars for a total of 10 projects throughout the county.