The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce has a new leader who’s ready to reach out and make a community connection.
The interim leader of Valley Electric Association Inc. is slamming Nevada legislation on net metering.
Officials from the Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA), are urging all horse owners throughout the state to vaccinate their animals against West Nile virus (WNV), as soon as possible.
A Southern Nevada Highway Patrol trooper unknowingly made a new lifelong friend while working a joint commercial enforcement checkpoint in Reno two weeks ago.
Following another record year of economic development with small business growth and attracting major projects, Nevada was honored with the Silver Shovel Award by Area Development, a nationally-recognized business publication.
Local real estate agents, title and loan officers and real estate brokers are about to have the “red carpet” rolled out for them at a local Pahrump winery.
The Better Business Bureau name and logo are being fraudulently used by criminals in an on-going email phishing scam, the bureau reports.
The Belmont Courthouse will again be bustling with activity during the Friends of the Belmont Courthouse annual arts and crafts show on June 29-July 4, organizers announced.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, June 19 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $55 million.
After delaying the decision regarding the operation contract for the Pahrump Animal Shelter due to missteps by the county in the bidding process and the need for clarification on certain bidding points, the Nye County Commission readdressed the item at its June 18 meeting.
KNYE 95.1 F.M owner Karen Jackson is reminding the entire Pahrump community to reserve some time on Saturday, June 22, as she is hosting the radio station’s 20-year anniversary party.
It would seem appropriate that a native Pahrumpian should win the annual Miss Pahrump Pageant, and that’s exactly what happened on Saturday evening inside the Saddle West Showroom, as Aliya Bolton was crowned the 2019 winner.
Valley Electric Association Inc.’s board of directors is set to mull over potential changes to the co-op’s current net metering policy.
Pahrump residents and visitors familiar with the area are seeing some alterations to their usual traffic patterns as Nye County undertakes the installation of new stop signs at certain intersections in the valley, aiming to address safety concerns and reduce the number of vehicle collisions in those areas.