So how’s that “college” football season going?
Dave Johnson rolled games of 234, 243 and 242 to post a 34-pin margin and win Division A at the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s Snakebite/10 pin/9 pin No Tap tournament on Nov. 21 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
You hear it all the time. Pitching and defense. Pitching and defense. Pitching and defense win baseball games.
The Pahrump Valley Junior High and High School Rodeo Club will host its annual high school rodeo in conjunction with Pahrump Valley Days in February, and sponsors are needed to help fund the event.
Jared Ward’s third consecutive Hobby Stock victory added a point to the slimmest margin between first and second place of any class during the Nov. 7 racing at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
Some time last year, when I was going to use a couple of quotes from Dusty Park for a story, I checked with him to make sure he was still president of the Junior Trojans Soccer Club, purely for identification purposes.
Joel Dean tacked on three more points to his lead in the Sport Mod class with his Aug. 15 victory at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
Apparently, in a horseshoes tournament, it’s better to be a sponsor than the host.
The 24th Annual Maxxis Tires Casey Folks Vegas to Reno Presented by Fox entered the record books as the largest, best paid, most rewarding and certainly most challenging Vegas to Reno event ever held.
There was supposed to be a football game tonight.
Las Vegas is one of 20 cities under consideration for a tour stop for 3ICE, an independent three-on-three ice hockey league that will begin play next year, and hockey fans will vote on which cities are chosen.
Jared Ward was the only points leader to win his race Saturday night, taking first in the Hobby Stock class to extend his season lead to 44 points Saturday night at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
Just pull the damn plug already.
Tails of Nye County presented Dr. Suzanne Zervantian with a commemorative plaque Aug. 1 to thank her for her work at the organization’s 2020 Spay and Neuter Clinic.
When the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association announced a dramatic pandemic-induced revision of the athletic calendar for 2020-21, the response was a mixture of disappointment, relief and happiness.