The Nye County School District Pathways program has new leadership. The new principal is Karen Hills, who is the former principal at Amargosa Valley School.
A generous donation by a local agency will help ensure that the Pahrump Senior Center’s homebound residents will remain nutritionally sated.
TONOPAH — Local businesses have stepped up to contribute materials and labor to build a band shell at the Calvada Eye, Nye County Commissioner Dan Schinhofen said last week, which is returning as a popular entertainment venue.
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The anticipation is just about over as a brand new business will finally open its doors to the Pahrump community tomorrow morning.
WASHINGTON — The decades-long controversy over burying high-level nuclear waste in Nevada was thrown back up in the air on Tuesday when a federal court ordered authorities to resume licensing for the once-proposed disposal site at Yucca Mountain.
A local celebrity apparently escaped jail last week after sheriff’s deputies discovered nearly 400 marijuana plants growing on her property.
AMARGOSA — Two men were arrested last week after sheriff’s deputies allegedly found methamphetamine, prescription pills and drug paraphernalia on a property on West Amargosa Farm Road.
A man charged with battery and assault of an officer following a 2010 incident involving his probation officer pleaded not guilty again this week in court after he was denied a recognizance release from jail.
Parents who wonder why a child doesn’t seem to be meeting the learning curve of his classmates have the opportunity now through the end of September to find out if vision may be a part of the problem.
TONOPAH — Brandywine Bookmaking LLC, dba William Hill Race and Sports Book, will now run the sports books at all three Golden Gaming casino locations in Pahrump, after approval by the Nye County Licensing and Liquor Board last week.
One person was transported to a Las Vegas area hospital Monday with head injuries after a motorcycle and sedan collided on State Route 372.
With the start of school about two weeks away, the 2013 Desert View Hospital (DVH) Back to School Health Fair has proven once again how popular and valuable the event is to local parents and kids.
A local woman says a giant puddle of water created by recent rainfall is causing a big stink.
TONOPAH — The sheriff’s Scorpion Narcotics Task Force will continue to sting area drug dealers for another year, thanks to a $104,940 federal grant.