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Nevada fugitive arrested after 27 years on the run

Samuel Gallardo, 52, was arrested in Mexico after escaping Nevada Department of Corrections custody in 1994.

Don’t wait to get your Real ID

With just about six months left to obtain a Real ID and with DMV appointments scarce, now is a good time to book an appointment to get one.

Delays expected along Highway 95 in Nye

Roadwork is planned in Nye County, along U.S. Highway 95, in early May. Delays up to 30 minutes are expected.

Nevada review finds no evidence to support GOP voter fraud claims

Nevada’s Republican Secretary of State Barbara Cegavkse said Wednesday her office’s just-completed review of the election found no evidence for the state GOP’s claims.

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NCSO: Counterfeit pills on the streets

The Nye County Sheriff’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration have issued a warning for area residents regarding extremely dangerous counterfeit pills within the community.

Local Walmart assistant manager arrested

An assistant manger at the Pahrump Walmart was arrested on suspicion of embezzlement after Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the store on Tuesday.

Pahrump Music Festival slated for June

With two of the foundation’s planned festivities canceled over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials with VinoJazz are now looking toward this coming June with mounting excitement and optimism, as it looks like their plans to host a large-scale public event will not be stymied this time around.

Bill of Rights Sanctuary proclaimed in Nye County

In an emotional appeal, local resident Brian Shoemake went before the Nye County Commission at its most recent meeting to entreat the board to adopt a resolution asserting Nye County as a place in which the inalienable rights of its citizens will not be ignored or shunted aside, and with his request meeting with unanimous approval, Nye County has now been proclaimed as a Bill of Rights Sanctuary.

Conversations with AG Ford continues with third session

The Nevada Attorney General’s Office is continuing its mission of public outreach, with another session of “Conversations with AG Ford” set to take place next week.

Belvada Grand Opening celebrated in style in Tonopah

The buzz of excitement was palpable the moment one stepped through the doors. All around, an exuberant crowd was laughing, chattering and admiring their sumptuous surroundings, gazing in awe at what had been created in a space that had once been nothing more than a dilapidated, vacant building, left to the ravages of time. All evidence of the previous state of disrepair had vanished and in its place was the newest feather in the cap of the Cline family, the opulent Belvada Hotel.

Fundraiser benefits 1st Step Club in Pahrump

Enabling people to live a healthy lifestyle is one of the key missions behind Natural Vibes Wellness and Nutrition Center, and supporting the local community is another, so when an opportunity arises to bring those two goals together, the team at Natural Vibes doesn’t hesitate, they jump in feet first.

Johnston named clinical manager of Nathan Adelson

Nathan Adelson Hospice recently announced the promotion of Cheryl Johnston to clinical manager for its Pahrump office.

Officials not worried about slight increase in COVID data

An upward tick in COVID-19 data is not unexpected or a cause for alarm as the state opens up, COVID-19 response director Caleb Cage and Karissa Loper, bureau chief of Child, Family and Community Wellness said Wednesday at the daily briefing on the pandemic.