AMARGOSA VALLEY — A community meeting was convened here Thursday night to hear First Solar introduce plans for a 65-megawatt, photovoltaic solar project on private land along Powerline Road, about 2.7 miles south of Farm Road.
Andrew Sawyer said he didn’t think there would be anywhere to keep exotic animals anymore in Pahrump, after his request for a conditional use permit to live with two chimpanzees on 10 acres at 1700 S. Equestrian Court South was denied by a 5-1 vote of the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission Wednesday.
Anyone looking for fireworks in Beatty this summer had to be satisfied with the ones on the 4th of July.
Inspirations Senior Living facility was graced with the sounds of patriotic music this week, courtesy of a local organization.
Like it or not, in less than four months Americans will have to be enrolled in health insurance or face a stiff fine imposed on their income tax under the Affordable Care Act, called “Obamacare” by detractors and supporters alike.
After 20 years of service to Nye County, one local judge says he still enjoys helping members of his community through his line of work.
Two men have reportedly been arrested in connection to the theft of approximately 50 feet of copper wire from the parking lot of the Amargosa Senior Center in August.
Pahrump Valley Fire Rescue Services were called to respond to a local tattoo shop last week after a possible electrical fire caused damage to the store.
NV Energy is continuing a feud with Valley Electric Association over contracts awarded a year ago, this time asking the Public Utilities Commission not to approve upgrades to the Nevada National Security Site until studies demonstrating there will be no negative impacts to NV Energy’s system.
A renewed effort is underway to address an alarming trend among this country’s military veterans.