Nevada lawmakers tried to create a new roadblock to transforming Yucca Mountain into a nuclear waste repository on Thursday by introducing bills in the House and Senate that would require the government to study alternative uses of the site.
Tonopah has been a mining town ever since it was established, but even after the mineral production boom ended, it continues to see a high number of miners who work in the area by day and come to Tonopah to eat and sleep by night.
A day-long event is heading to Pahrump where area residents can explore their family’s past generations, unlocking the pieces of the past, as well as enjoy food and expert speakers on various topics.
Just one day before the green-themed St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Pahrump’s Grove marijuana dispensary will mark its third year doing business in Pahrump with an all-day anniversary celebration on Saturday, March 16, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., according to a news release.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, March 13 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $27 million.
Golf lovers take note, the Ms. Senior Golden Years and Nevada Silver Tappers sixth annual Golf Scramble is right around the corner and there are just a few days left to register.
The Nye County Valor Quilters are on a mission to cover as many military service members and veterans in comforting, healing Quilts of Valor as they can and the group recently added another 28 to their tally following a recent presentation ceremony.
Death Valley National Park’s visitation has doubled in the past 9 years and increased by 30 percent over the past year. In 2018, a record 1,678,660 people recreated in the park.
A former security guard for the Nevada National Security Site filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against a government security contractor Monday.