With the beginning of school just days away, teachers and administrators in the Nye County School District (NCSD) are preparing for the return of more than 5,000 K-12 students next week.
Nye County commissioners failed to revive a 2006 sales tax hike Tuesday aimed at buttressing the finances of local public safety agencies.
Just when it appeared the contentious bankruptcy deal involving the future of Willow Creek Golf Course was done, a new dispute threatens to upend the agreement again.
The Las Vegas-based nonprofit Goodie Two Shoes Foundation (GTSF) provided their first pair of brand new shoes for disadvantaged children in southern Nevada in 2003.
The dining car building on the lot beside the Carl’s Jr. Highway 160 location is again open for business. The novel structure has been a coffee express drive-thru twice, once occupied by Chuck Lytle’s Java Xpress and once by Wendy and Mike King and partners Michael and Cassandra Selbach as The Sweet Corner Express.
Naming a business is one of the most important things owners do to get a message across. It tells potential customers what services are offered, and in the case of Nye County Flood Response, it tells people where those services are offered.
A new family care doctor with a passion for rural health care recently joined the Vista Health team of physicians practicing at Desert View Hospital.
As local families prepare to go back to school next week, the Pahrump Valley Times sat down with HealthCare Partners Pediatrician Dr. Dheeresh Mamidi to talk about how children can stay healthy and what the local school district requires before returning to the classroom.
A suspect charged in the January murder of a Pahrump man waived a preliminary hearing in the case last week and was bound over to District Court to answer to charges there. The move may signal a plea deal is close in the case.