The Pahrump Valley Garden Club hosted its 2023 Landscape Tour on Saturday with a strong turnout of approximately 150 patrons. It was declared to be one of the best tours in the club’s history.
One bill would bar people younger than 21 from possessing or purchasing semiautomatic rifles and shotguns.
The discovery underscores the growth potential for the domestic-energy supply chain, according to Australia-based Ioneer Ltd. officials, who are billing Rhyolite Ridge as the “most advanced undeveloped lithium project” in the U.S.
Two former employees of Never Give Up Youth Healing Center are accused of sexually assaulting patients at the Nye County facility.
Jurors heard closing arguments in the murder trial for a man accused of helping to torture and kill a man in Pahrump in 2021.
Whether you’re in favor or against the 5-cent tax proposal, here’s how you can get involved.
Founded more than seven decades ago, Nevada Girls State is celebrating 75 years of educating and inspiring students through its week-long course on government processes, with the 2023 program just weeks away.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture is urging owners to vaccinate their horses.
Lawmakers heard a bill to increase the penalty for reckless driving. Rex’s Law was inspired by the death of a 13-year-old boy outside his middle school.
Lawmakers voted to approve Senate Joint Resolution 7, which would amend the constitution to guarantee the right to an abortion in the state.
The Nye County Parks and Recreations Advisory Board is proposing an ambitious project in northern Nye County that would turn a run-down community amenity into a destination for outdoor recreation.
Floyd students ‘clap out’
RENO — The Bureau of Land Management, Nevada is asking for your help to prevent human-caused fires all year long. A fire prevention order is being put in place beginning May 1 across Nevada.
A popular and well known member of the community has died.
More than $75,000 was approved this month for various projects intended to facilitate economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the town of Amargosa and Tonopah Main Street both set to receive funding through Nye County American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) tourism dollars.