A local mental health facility has outgrown its office space and is relocating. Serenity Behavioral Health is moving its offices from 990 E. Calvada Blvd., and will open in the new offices at 2280 E. Calvada Blvd. on June 16.
• Ronna Richele McKiernan was charged on April 23 with driving without a valid license; display of fictitious temporary vehicle registration, plate, placard, or permit; security for payment of tort liabilities required; failure to maintain travel lane; and texting while driving.
The Nye County Regional Transportation Commission passed a 2014-15 fiscal year budget Tuesday, which Public Works Director Dave Fanning said had $235,000 shortfalls he can’t account for in both the quarter-cent sales tax and four cent gas tax fund.
Candidates have traditionally fielded some tough questions from the audience during the candidates’ forums at the Artesia Community Center and Wednesday night’s event was no different.
After roughly two months on the job, the town’s new code enforcement department appears to be making some headway in getting local vendors to comply with town ordinances.
LAS VEGAS — A federal bankruptcy judge has removed Dr. Vincent Scoccia from his role as chief executive officer at Nye Regional Medical Center in Tonopah after a motion filed by the county’s attorney accused him of grossly mismanaging the facility and continuing to pay his own interests while other doctors and organizations went unpaid.
A much anticipated event honoring the efforts of local educators took place at the NyE Communities Coalition campus on Saturday.
A Pahrump woman is accusing Nye County sheriff’s candidate Mark Zane of seizing her property, as collateral in a quit claim deed drawn up by her attorney, Todd Leventhal, that has left her still living in her home without power for two months as she appeals eviction.