A man was arrested for driving under the influence Saturday after he allegedly crashed his truck into a business property near Highway 372 and Linda Street.
With the Nye County Board of Commissioners facing a $3.5 million dollar 2014-15 budget deficit, some town officials wonder how in the world it is qualified to assume the town’s financial responsibilities, too.
It’s been a long arduous process for the newest commercial property to get to the planning stages of opening its new store. Big 5 Sporting Goods will break ground next week.
Getting ready to take that first dip in the pool? Have you checked all the equipment and chemicals or do you need a little help? Paul Beauparlant of Paul &Sons Pool Service opened here in 2007. In February 2011, he opened a pool supply store and kept it open for two years. The pool service continued but was taken over by his brother Marc Beauparlant on Friday.
Valley Electric Association says it acted in good faith and didn’t yet place its Innovation Substation project at the Nevada National Security Site in commercial operation, so the cooperative shouldn’t be fined by the Public Utilities Commission.
The status of Last Chance Park was heard by the Pahrump Town Board this week.
A “farming project” proposed for the Pahrump Valley may return before the town board later this year.
Seven people were arrested last week after police raided a property on Casey Street and allegedly discovered more than 10 grams of heroin and a multitude of drug paraphernalia throughout the home.
Patriot Contractors has almost completed building a flood channel on Gamebird Road. The company will soon start building another channel a block south on Yucca Springs Road, Nye County Public Works Director Dave Fanning told county commissioners Tuesday.
COPS: DUI suspect arrested after fleeing accident
TONOPAH — Nye County faces a $3.5 million deficit going into the 2014-15 fiscal year, commissioners learned this week.
Though the practice has been around for decades, not a lot of people have heard of it.
One of the two pit bulls who escaped their yard and attacked a retired police dog last week will likely be put down after the owner surrendered the dog to animal control following a second escape Wednesday.