The Pahrump Valley Museum will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary of the museum building. It will also be opening up a new historic building out in the yard, the old Pahrump General Store.
The Beatty Hornets will be playing in the playoffs again this year. The team solidified its fourth place standing last week with a win over the Sandy Valley Sidewinders, 3-2. With the victory, the Hornets improve to 4-3.
The Lady Muckers volleyball team beat Indian Springs in three straight, 25-20, 25-18 and 25-18. Tonopah now is preparing for the toughest foe of the season, the Pahranagat Valley Panthers, led by Panthers Coach Ginger Whipple.
The Tonopah Muckers football team had too many problems with Indian Springs and lost 35-20. The Muckers have one game remaining and are 4-1 in league play.
Trojans Coach Don Boulden has changed men’s soccer at Pahrump Valley High School for the better. He is the third head coach in three years, but the difference is he is turned this team around from a 3-10 team to a 6-6 in league team.
The Trojans football team played their hearts out for the last remaining playoff spot against the Mojave Rattlers, but just could not get their offensive game off the ground and lost 47-0.
It was homecoming and Sandy Valley was coming into town. Usually this meant a win for the Beatty football team, but not this year.
The final games of the season are ticking away and the Lady Trojans volleyball team finds themselves sitting pretty much right where they were about this time last year. The Trojans have won their last three games improving to an impressive 7-2 in league play.
On Sept. 8 at age 77, Jim Fahey hit his first hole-in-one — ever at Lakeview Executive course, which brought him to the Pahrump Valley Times. Normally a hole-in-one does not justify a whole article, but something was different about Fahey. Perhaps it was his age, or the fact he reminds people of their dad. Whatever the reason the story came out and it started off with an incredible hole-in-one ball.