WASHINGTON — Wayne Hage Jr., whose family has battled federal agencies for more that two decades over water and property rights for its Monitor Valley ranch, told lawmakers Tuesday the fight outlived his parents and has cost millions of dollars with no end in sight.
Timbisha Shoshone Tribal Chairman George Gholson blasted the Indian Law Resource Center (ILRC) for getting involved in tribal politics by filing two administrative appeals to stop a vote on a proposed new tribal constitution last week.
Valley Electric Association this week energized the new “innovation substation” at the Nevada National Security Site, one of the improvements set out in a five-year, $61.6 million contract to provide electrical service awarded to the cooperative in 2012.
Getting assistance on issues such as Social Security, Medicare and veterans affairs just got a bit simpler for local residents.
Students were excited to learn some math and it showed by the questions they asked.
TONOPAH — Nye County commissioners will consider entering into an option to lease property at the Tonopah Airport for First Solar Development, LLC, the company that announced plans to build a 65-megawatt, photo voltaic project in Amargosa Valley, during a 10 a.m. meeting here Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., predicted another showdown over the budget in three months, when Congress meets deadlines designed to end the last crisis that shut down most federal government functions for 17 days and almost led the country to default on its debts.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will be the guest of honor at a fundraiser for the Nye County Republican Party at the Pahrump Valley Winery tonight.
WASHINGTON — A federal court is standing by its decision that the government should resume license hearings for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site.
Several speakers spoke in favor of plans by Utilities Inc. of Central Nevada to spruce up the old Willow Creek golf course, though the Nevada Public Utility Commission Wednesday said the company couldn’t reopen it for golf.
Although much of the recent media attention surrounding health care in the U.S. has been focused on the health insurance exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act, this is also an important time of year for seniors as the Medicare Open Enrollment period has begun and the elder population is looking at coverage options available in the coming year.
COPS: Inmate breaks dishes at local jail, earns new charge
A Nye County Detention Center inmate who has been rushed to the hospital on several occasions after purposely ingesting plastic utensils and eyeglasses was denied a release from custody on his own recognizance last week by a District Court judge.
Halloween is upon us and soon all the little children will be coming out dressed in bright, colored costumes as ghosts, demons and ghouls of all kinds — with the exception of one young lady in Tonopah named Katherine Mizzi.
As local children and families prepare to celebrate the candy-filled Halloween holiday the National Crime Prevention Council has a few tips to keep trick-or-treaters safe as they enjoy the night.