LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Gaming Control Board is scheduled to hear an application for a non-restricted gaming license by Herbst Pahrump Acquisitions LLC for the Mountain View Casino at 1750 Pahrump Valley Boulevard, at 9 a.m. today in the Grant Sawyer Building, Room 2450.
New businesses continue to open doors to the public this week, and a restaurant which has appeared ready for business for almost a year will open its doors today.
Democratic candidates for state treasurer and controller both emphasized their qualifications as certified public accountants, while lieutenant governor candidate Lucy Flores brought up her tough upbringing, in speeches at the annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner hosted by the Nye County Democratic Party at the Pahrump Nugget Hotel and Casino Friday night.
COPS: Man in jail for assaulting woman, faces more serious sex charge
A local man is behind bars following a stabbing late Tuesday morning.
The ex-girlfriend of a man killed along a valley roadway is pleading for the public’s help in finding the driver of the vehicle that struck him early Monday morning.
A former Pahrump Valley High School baseball coach is facing life in prison after being charged Wednesday with sexual assault and lewdness involving a minor under age 14.
Valley Electric Association was ordered to pay a $95,000 fine for extending infrastructure to the Nevada National Security Site before Public Utilities Commission approval, but $70,000 will be held in abeyance for two years if there are no further violations of a 1963 agreement.
TONOPAH — A bill proposing to list the 3 percent annual increase on property taxes was the top priority of Nye County commissioners Tuesday for submission to the 2015 session of the Nevada Legislature.