The 2017-2018 National Little Britches Rodeo Association season is in full swing and Pahrump Valley youth were able to show their skills in their hometown this month, alongside competitors from around the U.S.
The Girls Who Love Softball have a score to settle.
Neither Kathy Niles nor Bryce Odegard was expecting to win the Nevada Athletic Directors Association Essay Scholarship contest.
Talk to Pahrump Valley girls basketball coach Bob Hopkins about how the 2017-18 went for the Trojans, and the conversation always come back to the same place: how it ended.
One season ago, with a roster stocked with seniors, the Beatty boys basketball team climbed to third place in the Class 1A Southern League and reached the region playoffs.
The new year can bring wishes of being healthy and getting in shape, in some way or another, for a large portion of people in the West and across the United States.
Cody Nielsen had some good reasons for not making it to Pahrump Valley’s Maroon and Gold alumni baseball game in recent years.
Pahrump Valley wrestling coach Craig Rieger is an enviable position, the sports equivalent of having your cake and eating it, too.
Tonopah junior Kevin Pope has wrestled for coach Duffy Otteson since he was 8 years old, starting with the junior wrestling program Otteson has run for many years.
It won’t take a miracle for the U.S. men’s hockey team to win the gold medal this year — when the NHL won’t participate in the Winter Olympics — but the odds are against the Americans (10-1).