The roundabout is planned at Manse Road and Highway 160 as part of a new residential development.
The round-up could affect portions of the park encompassing the Panamint Mountains near Darwin Falls.
Ahead of a meeting with developers, opponents protested with handmade signs. A large printed banner strung between two vehicles read, “Stop the solar farms from destroying our back yard! Keep solar out of the Beatty area!”
After 31 years, Pahrump Valley High’s Margarita Veloz Villa will retire as secretary of the school.
A free event, featuring food and live entertainment, will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A local woman is facing a DUI charge after allegedly crashing her car into a home on April 16.
Pahrump native Tom Brown saw the benefit of consolidating his goods and slowing down after several strokes in 2017 took him out of the workforce and put him on disability.
Origins of day still a bit hazy, but here’s how the day possibly started.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) is looking to partner with food banks, public and tribal entities, as well as community organizations engaged in food assistance activities throughout Nevada to increase food access in underserved rural, tribal and urban communities by way of grants.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the identity of a woman believed to be responsible for vandalizing Ian Deutch Memorial Park over the weekend.
The debate was part of a three-night series of debates between candidates for various Nye County elected offices.
The April 14 debate between Nye County clerk candidates Mark Kampf, Ian Bayne and Andrew Caccavalle did not provide the fireworks that some audience members were expecting. The three candidates agreed on almost half of the 17 questions posed by moderators.
The event showcased the culmination of months of study and practice within the realms of manners, civility, confidence and respect for several Pahrump students.
Scientists recently counted 175 Devils Hole pupfish — the most they’ve observed in a spring count in 22 years. They’ve been tracking populations of the rare, bright blue fish, which live in the upper 80 feet of a deep water-filled cavern and sun-lit shallow pool in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge just west of Pahrump, for 50 years.
After a 10-month vacancy, the library board on Monday interviewed and voted to offer a contract to Vanja Anderson, currently the library director of the Cahokia Public Library in St. Louis, Missouri.