Part of Pahrump’s community feel are the many family-owned and operated businesses here, which support each other, and use good service and word-of-mouth advertising as an asset.
Former Pahrump Town Manager Bill Kohbarger, whose final day on the job was Friday, was the “man of the hour” as several dozen guests attended his official send-off at Mountain Falls.
Though residents of Trout Canyon were allowed to return home Sunday following a mandatory evacuation caused by the Carpenter 1 fire, it was a bittersweet return as they were unsure whether there would be any running water in their community.
The last of the evacuated residents forced from their homes by the Carpenter 1 fire will be allowed to return home today as firefighters have reached 80 percent containment on the more than 27,000-acre wildfire that began earlier this month.
The homicide rate for older children and young adults has hit its lowest point in at least three decades, but the decline has been slowing, according to a new government report.
This is a new website for the Pahrump Valley Times, which launched July 9. We are working on the known issues and will get them corrected as quickly as possible.
The former mayor of Mesquite was chosen to replace Bill Kohbarger as Pahrump’s interim town manager on Tuesday.
Bureau of Land Management officials have temporarily closed Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s scenic loop and trails as the Carpenter One fire moved into remote sections of the mountains this week, growing to a size of 27,968 acres by Thursday morning.
Outgoing Pahrump Town Manager Bill Kohbarger sat down with the Pahrump Valley Times this week for an exit interview. His last day on the job is today, though he says he will spend some Fridays and Saturdays helping the town’s new manager get up to speed. Kohbarger is leaving for a human resources position with the City of North Las Vegas.
Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo and his attorney say several emails exchanged by officials in his office with the district attorney and other county officials prove there was no intent to violate Nevada law when the NCSO overspent its budget during the last fiscal year.