About 120 people were concerned enough about the shipments of uranium to the Nevada National Security Site. They showed up at a public hearing Nov. 14 at Nevada Treasure RV Resort on the far north end of Pahrump.
The last three defendants to settle in the Mountain View Casino fire lawsuit will pay out at least six-digit figures.
TONOPAH — Nye County commissioners will consider a development agreement for the Sunshine Valley Solar LLC 65-megawatt photo voltaic power plant in Amargosa Valley when they meet here Tuesday.
It’s official, the holiday season is now in full swing and many local organizations are gearing up to make this Christmas a memorable one for area families.
It took four years from the date it was filed and more than two years after the Nevada Southern Detention Center opened, but the Concerned Citizens for a Safe Community lawsuit against the Office of the Federal Detention Trustee was finally dismissed in August.
If you think you’ve noticed an increased law enforcement presence on Nevada’s roads and highways lately, you’re not just imagining things.
One man was sentenced to a year in the Nye County Detention Center last week after he was convicted of taking approximately $6,000 to complete a contracting job and never finished the work.
Thanksgiving Day is tomorrow and most if not all local individuals and families have special plans for the holiday.
LAS VEGAS — A longtime resident of Goldfield was recently sentenced to two years in federal prison and three years of supervised release after he was found to have improperly possessed and attempted to purchase firearms, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Nevada.
It began as a scheme to attract businesses and thus jobs to Pahrump Valley. But now that development is beginning to pick up, county officials figure a moratorium on impact fees isn’t affecting decisions by businesses to locate here.