Local residents will see a large presence of members from Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services (PVFRS) beginning today as the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) Fill the Boot Drive kicks off today.
Desert View Hospital’s cardiopulmonary manager has been named Rural Respiratory Therapist of the Year by the American Lung Association of Nevada.
Nye County sheriff’s candidate Mark Zane said he was expressing his desire for transparency in attempting to clear up allegations in a lawsuit that he improperly was involved in evicting a woman from her property over a legal bill.
The Nye County Commission wasn’t the only board to get cold feet about the proposed acquisition of a water and sewer plant at Spring Mountain Motor Sports.
Helen Swanson is on a mission.
Nevada Public Utilities Commission Assistant Staff Counsel Jordan Pinjuv told the audience at commission chambers Wednesday the importance of commenting on the Utilities Inc. of Central Nevada integrated resource plan first, before they build the facilities and request more money for a rate increase later.
Longtime Nye County Sheriff’s Office volunteer Ben Gulley is back at work this week after nearly a month following his arrest April 22 alongside Assistant Sheriff Rick Marshall.
The notice of proceed was given to Wulfenstein Construction this week to begin the annual Pahrump chip and fog seal program, which means work will begin within 10 days.
Three men arrested for allegedly trying to use the social media site Facebook to lure a 14-year-old female to meet them for sex earlier this year appeared in District Court this week to face charges in those cases.
ELKO — Four hundred and fifteen students received degrees during Great Basin College graduation ceremonies at the Elko Convention Center last Saturday morning, including a record-high 33 Pahrump graduates.
Nevada Congressman Stephen Horsford made a visit to Pahrump on Thursday.
Nye County commissioners decided Monday not to limit the number of special use permits for medical marijuana establishments and also voted to defy a state law, allowing people to continue cultivating marijuana even if a dispensary opens within 25 miles.
In the end it was Lorinda Wichman, the sole Nye County Commissioner from the north — a member of the audience said under public comment she shouldn’t even be voting on Pahrump matters — who cast the pivotal vote on whether the county should take possession of a $4.5 million water and sewer plant to serve Spring Mountain Motor Sports and use the effluent to water the Pahrump fairgrounds project.
Many times in community planning battles it comes down to residential versus commercial.
A man was sentenced to 30 days in jail followed by probation this week after prosecutors say he left his infant children in the car on a 97-degree day to go gambling.