Filed Tuesday, the emergency petition asks the Nevada Supreme Court to order Nye County to keep the Fifth Judicial District Court’s operations in their current locations.
NDOT project begins June 27 on Highway 160 and could last through August.
Hosted by the Disabled American Veterans Chapter #15, the Veterans Appreciation BBQ took place Saturday, June 4 with a free barbecue luncheon for former military service members, their family and caregivers.
The Pahrump Arts Council is all about cultural enrichment and for the past three decades, the nonprofit has been worked to create an environment in which the arts can truly flourish in the local community.
The board is officially back in business, holding two meetings this May to allow the newly appointed board members to get their feet on the ground and address a few necessary key items.
Getting a good night’s rest is key to both physical and mental health but the sad reality for many youngsters is they do not have a bed to call their own.
Suspect reached speeds of 80 mph and ran multiple stop signs in Pahrump pursuit, according to reports from Nye County Sheriff’s Office.
Hotels, RV slips sell out for 51st Jim Butler Days.
As summer gets into full swing, several organizations throughout Nye County are offering activities for local children of all ages and their families.
For the Disabled American Veterans Chapter #15, the true meaning behind the observance is never forgotten and once again, the group hosted a ceremony in honor of America’s fallen this Memorial Day.
The DAV Veterans Appreciation BBQ is a longstanding local event, held annually for many years, with the exception of 2020 when the pandemic put nearly every event in existence on hold.
The Pahrump Medical Center, located on 3.8 acres at 1501 and 1502 E. Calvada Blvd., comprises two buildings — one measuring just under 12,000 square feet and the other nearly 5,000 square feet.
An additional suspect has been named in the district attorney’s murder case against the driver.
The Beatty Town Advisory Board took positions on three topics in their May 23 meeting, approving letters stating those positions to be sent to various agencies and officials.
Crews were active on emergency calls across the valley. Here’s the rundown.