Utilities Inc. is willing to give customers credit on their water bill as part of a water conservation plan that went into effect on March 19.
Now that Blagg Road has reopened to traffic and re-established use of a main north-south artery through town, the Stagestop Lounge and Casino has reopened the restaurant space in the rear of the building.
As more than 800 firefighters continue to battle the Carpenter One wildfire in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, other crew members are biding their time at Petrack Park waiting for their opportunity to traverse the rugged terrain.
Firefighters were able to stop a vehicle fire this week before it touched off an even bigger blaze after it reportedly caught fire in-between a residence and carport on the owner’s property.
The women’s-self defense classes begin its sixth year with Homeland Heroes Inc. sponsorship and the Nye County Sheriff’s Office, which began in March of 2007, after a rape and two attacks took place in Pahrump.
One man was arrested in the early morning hours of July 4 after he was allegedly caught alternating between driving an electric wheelchair up and down a local roadway and hiding it in the bushes, while possibly high on methamphetamine.
The Nevada Attorney General’s office has declined to pursue charges against Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo after it was reportedly determined there was insufficient evidence to show the elected official willfully overspent his budget during the last fiscal year.
When daytime temperatures hit 115 degrees, as they have in our area, towns and cities across the Southwest, typically open public facilities to allow those without shelter a place to cool down.
A 55-year-old Pahrump man turned himself into the Nye County Sheriff’s Office over the weekend after he was reportedly involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident in Las Vegas last Friday morning.