Governor wears out his veto pen.
The state ethics commission’s executive director accuses Gov. Joe Lombardo of committing multiple ethics violations, including misusing his badge and uniform while campaigning for governor.
The only people who deserve unearned decency, kindness and assistance are young children
Many bills have support from both sides of the aisle.
As much as one-third of Nevada’s normal share of the Colorado River would stay in Lake Mead, but officials say Las Vegas has been getting ready for this for years.
Gov. Joe Lombardo is Nevada’s strongest advocate for school choice, and he must do more.
Editor’s note: This complaint was originally emailed to Pahrump library trustee John Shewalter on Sept. 27, 2022. It is being republished after library trustees voted 5-0 Monday to craft a review system of “questionable” materials in the youth library that’s likely to include a number of LGBTQ-affirming titles. The writer of the complaint is unknown. Trustees redacted the name and email address of its sender before circulating a printed copy of the complaint at a public meeting this week.
Does anyone really want to be indicted? Maybe if your name is Donald Trump, and you’re facing four investigations, three of them for serious abuse of presidential powers and one for using a lousy fix-it lawyer who paid hush money to an alleged mistress, writes columnist Susan Estrich.
Pahrump is hungry for new restaurants and other businesses. That’s evident by the long lines that snaked around the new Arby’s that opened along the frontage road of Highway 160 on Tuesday. Here’s what PV Times readers are saying about our most-read story of the week.
The baseless mythology of Nevada’s wild horses.
Colleges must re-evaluate their tendency to increase costs far in excess of inflation if they hope to attract applicants who may have other options.
PVT readers share their thoughts about a 56-point list of health, safety and mismanagement concerns co-written by members of the local firefighters union that called for Pahrump Fire Rescue Chief Scott Lewis to step down — or face removal from his position.
PVTimes readers discuss the 3-hour standoff, a fatal shooting and the ‘“john who overstayed his welcome” down at Sheri’s brothel.
In fewer than 350 words, we invite you to tell us about an initiative or project that you or your organization have successfully executed since the pandemic. Describe the problems you faced, and explain how you solved them. Tell us about the people behind the project who propelled it foward. Lastly, share a bit on how others in the community benefited from your progress. We will publish excerpts from the best stories, along with photos that celebrate PROGRESS through perseverance in an upcoming special section.
Readers react about Pahrump lawmaker’s proposal to require voter ID at the polls and more.