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Nye County’s credit rating increases first time in 8 years

Following several consecutive years of financial strain and instability, Nye County has taken many steps to get back on a positive fiscal track and the fruit of that effort can be seen in the most recent Moody’s Investor Service report, which shows the county’s credit rating has increased for the first time in eight years.

Pahrump community remembers 9/11

More than two dozen area residents attended the 5th annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony at the Calvada Eye on Wednesday morning, exactly 18 years after the worst terrorist attack in American history.

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‘Storm Area 51’ festivals are cleared for takeoff

The events are expected to draw up to 15,000 people to Lincoln County per day, plans filed to the county revealed.

California Lottery

No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Sept.11 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $10 million.

Fires keep Pahrump area crews busy

Structure fires dominated the majority of service calls for local fire crews as of late.

Nye sheriff talks patriotism and politics at 9/11 Pahrump ceremony

Speaking at the fifth annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony in the Calvada Eye on Wednesday morning in Pahrump, Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly told attendees that America is now being attacked from within.

Australian company buys lithium project in Nye’s Big Smoky Valley

Argosy Minerals Limited, an Australian company focused on the exploration of lithium, signed a binding agreement to acquire a lithium brine project in the Big Smoky Valley about 40 minutes away from Tonopah, according to an announcement.

Pahrump ceremonies to commemorate 9/11

Events are planned today in Pahrump to remember the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.

Odor prompts investigation in Pahrump

Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives, along with Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services crews were summoned to a residence along the 4600 block of Navajo Boulevard after neighborhood residents detected strange chemical odors emanating from a travel trailer on a property.