PALOMINO VALLEY, Nev. (AP) — The top Democrat on a congressional subcommittee on public lands said Wednesday that he wants to work with well-meaning U.S. land managers to overcome decades of mismanagement of wild horses and fix outdated, “broken” roundup policies he says prioritize livestock over mustangs.
As they’ve done in the past when the Yucca Mountain Project received billions of federal dollars for studying where to put the nation’s highly radioactive waste, Las Vegas City Council members chimed in Wednesday against resurrecting the funding-starved effort after a presentation by the state’s leading critic.
TONOPAH — County commissioners Tuesday approved the selection of Robert Lewis as the new Nye County planning director.
Vendors and attendees called the first annual Caregiver Resource Fair held at Desert View Hospital Wednesday afternoon a success.
The county, several local businesses and at least two individuals have been named in several recent lawsuits filed in District Court.
COPS: Man, 19, arrested for sex with girl, 14
Two groups will get a slight break on costs associated with two local upcoming events.
A leaky water pipe led to the discovery of a potential health hazard inside the town’s main fire station.
Amargosa Valley schools started the new school year with a new principal and several new teachers.
Six people were injured in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of State Route 160 and Irene Street Wednesday after the driver of a white Chrysler reportedly attempted to turn left in front of an oncoming Isuzu Rodeo on the highway.