The idea of incorporating the Town of Pahrump has been shot down more than once over the past decade.
One person was arrested and another taken to the local hospital following a hit and run accident at the intersection of highways 160 and 372 last week.
They regularly meet twice a month on their own dime while taking the time to study agendas and backup materials.
Two Valley Electric Association board members were easily re-elected to three-year terms in district meetings last week.
A 36-year resident of Nye County with more than two decades of emergency services experience under his belt celebrated his decision to run for sheriff in the upcoming election.
A recent federal government report on homelessness among Nye County School District students reveals the number is at an all-time high.
Developer Tim Hafen had an urgent request Monday for the newly-formed committee drafting a groundwater management plan for the Pahrump Valley: “Don’t use the M word.”
A former high-profile member of the community who was charged with sexually abusing a mentally handicapped woman was sentenced to a maximum of 20 years in prison for the offense last week.
Year-round swimming could be in the future for the Town of Pahrump.
Nye County Water Board member John Bosta Monday questioned the board’s authority in voluntary metering of domestic wells and monitoring stream flows after flooding in Trout Canyon last summer.
District Attorney Brian Kunzi was squeamish last week about releasing county treasurer’s trust properties for exploration by mining exploration companies.
BUSINESS: Developer, Water Board member
Once again there’s a shift in the air when it comes to doing business in Pahrump.
“Choose your friends wisely.”
Pahrump Valley Republican Women’s Club member Dorothy Oriondo boasted she got a photo of herself with U.S. presidential candidate Kerry Bowers at a recent club meeting at the Pahrump Senior Center.