School district thanks entities for successful career fair in Pahrump
Americans pay more for our prescription drugs than other people do — half again as much as Canadians or Germans, more than twice as much as Greeks or Italians.
New dictators for new countries in the U.S.
Nevada’s 2nd U.S. House District Rep. Mark Amodei, the only Republican in the state’s congressional delegation, became embroiled in a national controversy this fall when he was asked his thoughts on the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
Times reader continues to fact check letters
A bill that became effective October 1st that should concern all residents that own a vehicle in Nevada is AB483. The bill has been labeled as necessary to gather information for “future” road projects in Nevada.
Couple moving to Pahrump seek info from locals
Last week, the New York City Commission on Human Rights unveiled new discrimination guidelines. It is now illegal to use the term “illegal alien” with the intent to harass.
Several new bills that were passed in the 2019 Nevada Legislature took effect on Oct. 1.
Resident thanks Times staff for printing his letter
Reader receives great care at Desert View Hospital
Nevada’s small and independent business owners strive to provide employees with comprehensive, quality health care coverage. Doing so is not only beneficial for employee-employer relations, but it is a key way to attract and retain employees in a tight labor market.
Reader irritated by lack of help on voice recording
Former FBI Director James Comey discussed leadership at a UNLV Boyd School of Law program last week, and the lessons proved a stark contrast to current presidential leadership.
Yucca Mountain could one day produce a dividend for Nevadans, according to Jim Marchant, who’s running for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 4.