What was once a decent-sized patch of desert littered with dense brush, trash and other debris, has been transformed into a community park for all to enjoy.
A total of 62 degrees and certificates will be awarded to Great Basin College students in Pahrump and surrounding areas later this week.
Nye County and U.S. Ecology are teaming up for the county’s very first Household Hazardous Waste Collection event and residents will want to mark May 18 on their calendars.
The annual Wild West Extravaganza returned to Pahrump May 3-5 with a full schedule of events.
Rosemary Clarke Middle School in Pahrump is keeping its “Perfect Attendance Program” in effect going forward. Students have had improvements in attendance and academics since the program’s implementation, according to the Rosemary Clarke Middle School Attendance Team.
More vacancies were opened on Valley Electric Association Inc.’s board of directors with the resignation of a second board member in early May, Peter Gazsy.
Described as an annual town party, the 2019 Amargosa Days celebration wrapped up this past weekend with an evening fireworks display.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, May 1 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $41 million.
Structure fires and a vehicle crash dominated the majority of emergency service calls throughout the valley over the past several weeks.
MERCURY — Former Nevada National Security Site Fire Marshal Brian Dees has been named the site’s next fire and rescue chief, site officials announced this week.