The project is an approximately 474-mile system of new 525-kilovolt and 345-kV overhead electric transmission lines and includes transmission and distribution lines, substations, microwave radio facilities, amplifier sites, access roads, and construction/material yards.
The American Red Cross of Southern Nevada and Pahrump Fire and Rescue will join with volunteers on Saturday, May 7 to install about 100 free smoke alarms in Nye County homes.
A recently transcribed book has received acclaim for highlighting a Nye County ghost town and a character that travels back in time to 1907.
Select students at Great Basin College can get certified for in-demand jobs at nearly no cost.
Last year’s historic flooding damaged the park. After a massive clean-up effort, the park will debut a sand volleyball court.
For those who live in or regularly visit the Amargosa Valley, the poor condition of East Amargosa Farm Road has been a source of annoyance for quite some time. The vexation will soon come to an end, with the roadway now set for a paving upgrade.
A proposed lithium production project would push the Nevada Railroad Valley toad — a newly classified groundwater dependent species — out of existence, according to environmental activists and others who aim to protect the amphibians.
The Pahrump Animal Shelter has been run by the nonprofit Desert Haven Animal Society for several years but with a brand new, much larger facility nearing completion, Nye County commissioners ruled it would be best to transition to in-house operations. Here are the plans for the shelter.
There were 16 new cases recorded in Nye County during a two-week period, but hospitalizations from the virus in Nevada are at an all-time low.
The history of Nye County in Pahrump was on full display over the weekend as the Pahrump Valley Museum and Historical Society held their 30th anniversary observance on Saturday.
The water board was dismantled in early November last year when county commissioners made the unprecedented, unanimous decision to recall all seven of the then-sitting board members.
At a candidates’ debate held on April 21, a majority of the discussion between the Nye County Board of Commissioners District 5 candidates centered around how they would react to various “unethical” situations.
Nye County Assessor incumbent Sheree Stringer and treasurer candidate Raelyn Powers addressed voters at a forum at the Bob Ruud Community Center.
Bolling has been employed with public works for just under two years. He joined the department in July 2020 as assistant director.
The roundabout is planned at Manse Road and Highway 160 as part of a new residential development.