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Rick Marshall spent more on campaign trail

Assistant Sheriff Rick Marshall outspent his opponent Sharon Wehrly on the campaign trail so far according to reports filed with the Nevada Secretary of State’s office due Tuesday.

Registered voter numbers fluctuate

There were another 277 voters registered in Nye County by the Tuesday registration deadline for the Nov. 4 election, from the close of registration for the June 10 primary, according to figures from the Nye County Clerk’s office.

Riches insists on covering pool

Pahrump Town Board member Amy Riches said her efforts to establish year-round swimming in the valley is not dead in the water.

RPC approves RV park near Lakeside Casino

The Pahrump Regional Planning Commission Wednesday voted to recommend approval of a 61-slip recreational vehicle park on Mickey Street, just east of Homestead Road near Lakeside Casino, for Millennium Investments LLC, which includes builder Rene Morales.

RPC favors permit for Last Chance trailhead

A conditional use permit for a five-acre trailhead at 3761 N. Stephanie St. for equestrian and hiking access to trails near the Last Chance Range, was approved by a 5-2 vote of the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission Wednesday.

Peace Officer Review Board on BoCC agenda

The creation of a Nye County Peace Officer Advisory Review Board is on the agenda when the Nye County Commission meets at 10 a.m. Tuesday at commissioner’s chambers at 2100 Walt Williams Dr. on the Calvada Eye.

Crime Corner

COPS: Man arrested after assaulting elderly victim

DAs Report


Local pastor facing sex-related felonies

A local pastor charged with three felonies and a gross misdemeanor was in court on Monday for an arraignment in front of District Court Judge Robert Lane.

County issues same-sex marriage licenses

Nye County issued two same-sex marriage licenses Monday, the first for the county since the federal courts overturned the bans in Nevada and Idaho on Oct. 7.

KFC, other businesses robbed at gunpoint

Nye County Sheriff’s Detectives are following up on leads after two local businesses were robbed at gunpoint Sunday evening leaving employees shaken, but unharmed.

Shoshone fire knocks out power, threatens town

SHOSHONE, CALIF. — Apparently ignited by a downed power pole and fed by a fickle wind, the flames of a noontime wildfire threatened the historic town of Shoshone on Sunday, forcing its evacuation.

Local firefighters wear pink for breast cancer awareness

Local residents will notice a change in the appearance of crews with Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services this week.

Candidates, residents flock to VFW debate

The main bout of the evening may have been the sheriff’s candidates debate, but the under card generated some excitement at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10054 on Thursday night.

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