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FROM THE EDITOR: A time of transition in Pahrump

Pahrump is in a time of transition with a new sheriff on the horizon and its town board on the brink of extinction. Why not throw a new editor of the area’s largest newspaper into that mix? And why not arrive during a contentious election season with just more than four weeks to go?

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Goldfield is sacred ground for boxing fans

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