The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that a $1-per-transaction fee was unconstitutional, and ordered the state to refund the money to motorists.
Reader explains who he thinks the real puppets are
It’s uncertain how many locals knew that a legendary and famed singer was a resident of Pahrump for over two decades.
Christmas classics would be a lot different if they had been written during President Joe Biden’s administration.
The Nye County School District school board approved unanimously on Wednesday evening to implement a new tracking system for their buses and students who ride the buses.
For those suffering with addiction who have made the decision that it is time to seek help, the last thing they need is a stumbling block when attempting to find a place to receive treatment, but the unfortunate reality is that this occurs all too often.
Nevadans and Americans are expected to spend more on Halloween this year than in any year prior, according to projections released by groups representing retailers.
The Bureau of Land Management is in the process of installing new interpretive signs in Rhyolite Ghost Town.
Oct. 11-16 was Beatty High School’s homecoming week, including the traditional parade and bonfire, with the addition of some new elements, such as food trucks (Gema’s Cafe and Mama’s Sweet Ice) and a drum circle at the campfire.
Though Halloween Day is next Sunday, Oct. 31, this year, there appears to be no shortage of Halloween-themed events happening in town coming up this weekend.
A new Medicare Advantage plan will become available in Nye County for the 2022 enrollment period.
The Pahrump Senior Center has several upcoming events, as its annual “Monster Mash” dance and party returns on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 5 to 10 p.m.
The owner and publisher of Pahrump’s Over the Hump Saver and Real Estate Guide is inviting the community to visit the publication’s Local and Small Business Expo coming up on Saturday, Oct. 23.
It’s been a long and hot summer in the Pahrump Valley and residents all around town have undoubtedly spent the last five months eyeing those ever-growing weeds and piles of yard debris, and perhaps even their collection of household paper products and cardboard boxes, waiting for the all-clear from town officials signifying that the 2021-2022 burn season has been opened.
The scholarship was created by the Legislature in 2017. Full-time degree-seeking community college students are eligible to apply.