Nye County’s tax assessor was ready to get back to work Thursday after two of her computers were returned after being confiscated by the FBI last week.
Nye County Commission Chairman Butch Borasky said he wants instructional videos for Pahrump drivers to learn how to navigate roundabouts, as planning for them on Highway 372 intersections at Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Blagg Road moves forward.
Pahrump resident Bernard Martin, 91, braved rain and the government shutdown to visit the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. last weekend with 35 other veterans as part of the Honor Flight of Southern Nevada.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., joined U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev. in voting against the budget plan that reopened the federal government Thursday, while other members of the Nevada congressional delegation supported it.
As the weather gets cooler and the last signs of summer fade, it is time once again for the Pahrump Disability Outreach Program’s annual Pumpkin Days at Ian Deutch Memorial Park.
A former Pahrump firefighter is suing the Town of Pahrump on grounds that he was wrongfully terminated from his position, not once, but twice.
County Commissioner Dan Schinhofen Tuesday wanted his board to approve $150,000, in principle only, for the proposed Guardian Park project at the Pahrump Fairgrounds site. His motion died, however, for a lack of a second.
No shortage of kind words and admiration were delivered last week on behalf of a beloved resident lost to breast cancer.
It’s a relatively short trip from Manse Elementary to Rosemary Clarke Middle School where Kyle Lindberg was an assistant principal for the past two years.