Diane Wrightman, director of Great Basin College’s Pahrump campus, said about the new school year, “Graduation starts today.” That means from the time a student registers, plans a two- or four-year curriculum and starts attending classes, they’re on the road to their graduation.
A District Court judge ordered a temporary injunction against the sale of a 70-year-old Tonopah airport hangar during a short hearing Monday.
Jurors heard opening arguments Tuesday in the case of a 2012 shootout between two Nye County Sheriff’s deputies and a biker outside a home on Manse Road.
The world is using more energy every day and creating and harnessing energy isn’t the problem — it’s storing what is harnessed and feeding it back into the power system to make power grids everywhere more efficient.
Anyone visionary looking for that perfect outfit but is unable to find it on the rack can get custom clothing made especially for them at the new Mimosa’s Design located at 1491 Highway 372.
Nye County Animal Control officers launched an investigation into a local nonprofit animal shelter after receiving a report about poor conditions at the facility.
A settlement reached earlier this year between the sheriff’s office and a former inmate have led to changes in the county inmate mail policy.
A man who claims he owns one of three hangars at Tonopah’s tiny airport will be in District Court Monday in an effort to keep Nye County from taking possession of the property.
A longtime local hangout was sold this week.
Tuesday’s Pahrump Town Board meeting set an unofficial record as being the shortest regular meeting of the year so far.
Between April and May of this year, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office brought in more than $50,000 in application fees for concealed weapons permits, yet none of those funds stayed with the department.
BEATTY — It happens every year. Residents and visitors to the Beatty area start seeing a lot of identical cars, some covered with strange squiggly patterns (to frustrate automotive paparazzi), and for a few weeks every summer Beatty becomes sort of a little Germany.
• Lucas Benford was charged on July 18 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to controlled substance, first offense.
Police took one man into custody over the weekend after he allegedly tried to run from them following a report of domestic battery at a home on the south-end of town.
Pahrump Chapter 15 of Disabled American Veterans (DAV) meetings will resume the third Tuesday of the month in August and monthly thereafter and will be held in a new meeting place at the Nye Coalition facility (Oasis Outreach Center.)