Earlier this month, I went on a search for a gift for a 7-year-old girl, daughter of a beloved friend. First stop was an independent bookstore. I bought one of those kits, called The Cabin, filled with words on magnetic panels with which people create sentences on refrigerator doors.
Inconsiderate driver throws garbage out window
Editor’s note: This is Part 2 of local columnist Tim Burke’s look at homelessness in our community. See Part 1 in the Dec. 14 Pahrump Valley Times or on pvtimes.com
The Nye County Board of Commissioners voted last month to investigate the organization running the local animal shelter. The campaign I work for – Maddie’s Pet Project in Nevada – is concerned about the shelter’s future.
The holiday season is not a joyous one for our homeless.
In 2015, President Barack Obama unveiled a proposal — “America’s College Promise” — to waive tuition at community colleges, allowing students to complete an associate’s degree (or the first half of a bachelor’s degree) at little or no cost to themselves.