A District Court judge sent one man to jail for a year after he reportedly violated the terms of his probation by attempting to leave the state without permission and sending a letter to Parole and Probation that was soaked in cat urine.
RENO (AP) — The world’s largest gold mining company has announced plans to reduce its workforce by 55 positions in Nevada and Utah through voluntary severance packages to certain employees.
RENO — The Blanco Company, based in Albuquerque, N.M., bid $200,000 for a 1,600-acre parcel, $125 per acre, in the last quarterly sale of oil and gas leases by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management this month.
People invest themselves in martial arts. Some participate to gain physical strength and balance. Some take classes for the self-defense aspect of it and some adopt the art as a way of life.
As demand for mental health services and counseling grows in the valley, Nevada Behavioral Solutions is planning to expand its services with new programs and a new location.
A local program providing daily meals for the valley’s senior population received a financial boost this past weekend.
CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday announced that he has reappointed Pahrump native Alaina Burtenshaw to her post as chairman of the Public Utilities Commission.
A Veterans Service Officer will be located at the Pahrump County Veterans Services Office, located at 1981 E. Calvada, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
A couple of years ago one of my colleagues wrote a piece about how some families establish a “family night” on which parents and children have the evening meal together.
Democrats love tax hikes because they mean more money for government to do more things. Conservatives loathe tax hikes because they mean more money for government to do more things. Philosophically-challenged Republicans vote for tax hikes because … well, they stand for nothing, so they’ll fall for anything.
Nye County is still funding consultant work for the all-but-dead Yucca Mountain project. Last week commissioners renewed 21 contracts, while Senate Republicans in Washington, D.C. threatened to resurrect the project.
Major reductions in wild horse and burro numbers in the Spring Mountains could begin with gathers starting as early as October 2014, depending on space in holding facilities, to reduce numbers down to what the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service consider appropriate management levels, in a 10-year management plan under consideration.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office launched a new work release program this week for jail inmates who meet certain conditions.
Negotiations with the Nevada Department of Transportation to construct roundabouts at State Route 372 intersections with Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Blagg Road were approved by county commissioners Tuesday.
Former Pahrump Town Manager Dave Richards says he wants to assume the position again when the present town manager, Bill Kohbarger, officially leaves the post.