Nye County commissioners Frank Carbone and Donna Cox Tuesday voted against applying for a U.S. Department of Justice grant that would pay sheriff’s deputies overtime for highway drug interdiction and won’t require any county money.
TONOPAH — Nye County commissioners voted 3-2 Tuesday to send a letter to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management protesting the overpopulation of wild horses in Little Fish Valley and North Stone Cabin Valley.
Former Nye County Public Administrator Bob Jones has continued to handle at least one estate even though he resigned that position three and a half years ago.
It was a time in history when America became the wealthiest nation in the world.
TONOPAH — Nye County commissioners Tuesday awarded a $628,308 contract to Wulfenstein Construction to chip seal 15.4 miles of roads in Pahrump.
• Shane Marie Kiley was charged on April 11 with unlawful trespass upon land.
An ordinance scooping up brothel fees designated for veterans services into the general fund drew protests Tuesday from local veterans and the manager of the Chicken Ranch brothel.
It’s one of the worst scenes Nye County Emergency Services Director Vance Payne says he’s ever seen.
Pahrump Valley Fire Rescue Services responded to two house fires this weekend that were both allegedly started by juveniles playing with flammable materials.
FURNACE CREEK, Calif. – Scientists were cautiously optimistic during the annual Devil’s Hole Workshop here Thursday about the Devil’s Hole pupfish population.
Nye County Assessor Shirley Matson livened up a Republican Party Central Committee candidate night Friday with claims she made the assessor’s office “sexy” again, and that she had been the target of a character assassination campaign during the last three years.
Everyone in Pahrump is familiar with the popular “Mom’s Diner” owned by Larry Chumley and located in Copper Springs Mall on State Street. The restaurant has been open for about six years and became so popular, Chumley contracted a massive renovation to add space to the dining room.
Nye County Commission District 5 candidate Dave Caudle resigned from the new Pahrump Groundwater Management Plan Advisory Committee last week, issuing a scathing statement suggesting the board was merely a rubber stamp. He also complained of plans for a valleywide utility company.
An agency that would assist first responders in the event of a major disaster is seeking local participants.