Desert View Hospital, in partnership with Creekside Hospice, is planning to host its first-ever annual Caregiver Resource Fair next week.
Utilities Inc. of Central Nevada is reportedly taking community input into consideration as it moves forward in developing plans for the former Willow Creek Golf Course, which was awarded to the company in a bankruptcy settlement hearing last week.
Police arrested one man last week after they found more than 60 grams of marijuana in his car during a traffic stop on State Route 372.
The construction of an airport in Pahrump just took another major step forward after town board members deliberated over the issue on Tuesday.
Nye County School District elementary breakfast and lunch menu for the week of September 2-6:
A man turned down for permits to house his chimpanzees in both Nye and Clark counties in the last year was arrested in Florida last month for allegedly attempting to illegally sell his animals.
A man accused of the January murder of his neighbor entered an Alford plea of guilty to a single charge of voluntary manslaughter this week in District Court.
A former Nye County School District substitute administrative aide was sentenced to a maximum of five years in prison this week after she admitted to having sex with a 16-year-old student multiple times in 2012.
That day, Jan. 18, 1945, is a moment in time that Pahrump resident Jill Walker-Guitard will never forget.
The man convicted of the murder and attempted murder of two individuals at a home on Donner Street in 2011 was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Monday by the same jury that convicted him.
The Pahrump town board finally got to revisit some items tabled during its last meeting earlier this month.
A three-story, assisted living and independent senior housing facility that was described as a good project in the wrong location at 780 W. Gamebird Road, may still take shape on six acres of county-owned land on Calvada Boulevard, just west of Dandelion Street.
ABC Road Builders has been doing business in Pahrump for four years. The diversified company has offices in Nevada, Utah and California where it services residential, commercial and government accounts.
Dear Pahrump friends and patients,
WASHINGTON — The legal war over Yucca Mountain resumed with force on Friday with a demand that the chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recuse herself or be disqualified from the agency’s about-to-resume work on the proposed nuclear waste repository.