A suspect charged in the January murder of a Pahrump man waived a preliminary hearing in the case last week and was bound over to District Court to answer to charges there. The move may signal a plea deal is close in the case.
Two people were sent to the local hospital this week following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Lola Lane and Wilson Road.
TONOPAH — “I’ve cried every day and asked God for help several times a day.”
Police arrested a couple earlier this week after drugs and dynamite were found in their home.
It will be déjà vu all over again at next Tuesday’s county commission meeting.
The Nye County School District (NCSD) will welcome 40 new teachers when classes start on Aug. 26.
A request for a conditional use permit to operate Big Splash Bumper Boat at 231 S. Frontage Rd. was torpedoed by the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission Wednesday, which rejected the application by a majority vote.
Rumors, lies and innuendo within the community strangely enough got top billing during this week’s Pahrump Town Board meeting after the board voted to pull several major agenda items and revisit them later this month.
Police arrested a woman Tuesday morning after she allegedly broke into her ex-boyfriend’s home and stabbed him in the back.
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.