The Southern Nevada Health District has started a unique effort in Clark County, with a “syringe vending machine” initiative underway and the health district is now looking to expand into rural areas as well.
Inside the nondescript buildings of the Nevada National Security Site location that dot a sprawling parking lot are the peoplewho help ensure the safety, security and deterrent nature of the country’s nuclear weapons stockpile.
A local funeral home representative was recently recognized for her work.
With a new tax law in effect and a surge of tax returns expected during the Presidents Day weekend, the Internal Revenue Service is offering taxpayers several tips and various time-saving resources to get them the help they need quickly and easily.
New leadership was ushered in for the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce during the Installation Gala and Community Awards Ceremony for 2019 in early February. The chamber has also seen other leadership shifts in its staff in recent months.
The U.S. Department of Labor last week announced the launch of an enhanced electronic version of the Handy Reference Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Men and women who re-enlist for the service time after time love the military life. But for some, signing up for another “hitch” can also mean taking vows —or renewing vows — for love of another kind.
Pahrump mother Nicole Bayer recalled her son’s experience at Northwest Academy during an interview Saturday, two days after news broke that the Armagosa Valley private boarding school is now the subject of an ongoing child abuse investigation.
Great Basin College President Joyce Helens painted the financial picture of the college and forward-looking thoughts during a town hall meeting at the Pahrump campus in February.