Turnout was slow on the first day of early voting Saturday at the Ian Deutch Government Complex on Basin Avenue, which an election worker blamed on the Memorial Day weekend.
Planned shipments of enriched uranium from Oak Ridge, Tenn., to the Nevada National Security Site haven’t been scheduled, pending discussions with a governor’s working group, U.S. Department of Energy Assistant Manager for Environmental Management Scott Wade told the NNSS Site Specific Advisory Board Wednesday.
While some people are seeking voter approval during this primary season, Nye County commissioners have been making recent appointments to fill vacancies on various boards.
Nye County sheriff’s candidate Rick Marshall raised and spent more money on his campaign than his next four rivals combined, with $31,670 in contributions and $32,891 in expenses, as of the May 20 filing period.
Desert View Hospital announced last week that it appointed two new members to its board of directors.
The Nevada Supreme Court’s recent decision to disband the Pahrump Town Board at the end of the year does not go far enough for at least one group in Pahrump – they want the town board recalled immediately.
The number of registered Republicans and non-partisans continued to increase, while the registered Democrats continued to decrease in Nye County, according to statistics from the clerk’s office at the close of registration for the June 10 primary election Tuesday.
Local residents will see a large presence of members from Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services (PVFRS) beginning today as the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) Fill the Boot Drive kicks off today.
Desert View Hospital’s cardiopulmonary manager has been named Rural Respiratory Therapist of the Year by the American Lung Association of Nevada.
Nye County sheriff’s candidate Mark Zane said he was expressing his desire for transparency in attempting to clear up allegations in a lawsuit that he improperly was involved in evicting a woman from her property over a legal bill.