More than a dozen local veterans and supporters gathered at the site of the future $12.1 million Pahrump Veterans Clinic along Lola Lane on Friday, Aug. 21 for a sign dedication ceremony. On Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy’s Military and Veterans Affairs liaison, Charles Navarro, visited the site and met with veterans. The construction contract for the project next to Desert View Hospital was awarded Aug. 5 with construction expected to begin later this year. Horace Langford Jr./Pahrump Valley Times
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Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford on Friday advised Nevadans to watch out for utility imposter phone scams as local businesses reopen.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday, June 1 announced the approval of a comprehensive community-based testing, laboratory analysis and contact tracing plan to support efforts to reopen Nevada’s economy.
One in three children will experience food insecurity this year because of the COVID-19, according to the annual Map the Meal Gap study released Tuesday by Three Square Food Bank.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office has rolled out a smartphone application designed to keep the community informed on law enforcement and first responder activities throughout the county.
On the first official day of Phase 2, Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday, May 29 adjusted a previous travel advisory for the state of Nevada effective immediately.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, plans in-person instruction for the fall semester but also will offer more remote course offerings to “reduce population density and minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission on our campuses,” Chris Heavey, UNLV’s interim executive vice president and provost wrote in a May 28 letter to students.
Chickens were first domesticated sometime around 2000 B.C. and originated from wild jungle fowl near Southeast Asia.
Thanks to the efforts of a local non-profit organization, two Pahrump youngsters will no longer have to sleep on the floor of their home.
The Pahrump Community Library will reopen its doors to the public today, Wednesday, June 3, but when visiting, the experience will be quite a bit different than it once was, with several new temporary guidelines in place, all in the name of health and safety in face of the COVID-19 pandemic.