The hydrants will help with fire protection in the area, and should give homeowners there a break on their fire insurance rates.
Roughly four months after severe summer storms, additional roadways in Death Valley National Park are finally reopening.
The move is aimed to make the costs of doing business here more aligned with other localities in Nevada.
Pahrump Disability Outreach Program will be helping families get into the holiday spirit with an all-new, free community event: Cookies with Santa.
Here’s what they plan to do about it.
The Community Thanksgiving Dinner offered more than 800 gatherers the chance for a free, traditional holiday spread of turkey and trimmings.
A Pahrump man was arrested Sunday morning after he allegedly tried to stab a motorist with a knife on Highway 160 near McDonald’s, according to reports from the Nye County Sheriff’s Office.
In the true giving spirit of the holidays, Valley Electric Association and CoBank are spreading the love this season with $20,000 in donations making their way into the coffers of three area nonprofits, bolstering each of the organization’s community-oriented efforts.
The Nevada Silver Tappers and Ms. Senior Golden Years will host their 32nd Annual Christmas Benefit Show and members are excited to report that tickets are in such high demand, “There’s actually a waiting list!”
The holiday season is officially underway so it’s a great time for residents to think about how they can help make a difference in the lives of others. One simple way to do just that is attending the 2nd Annual Nye County Sleep in Heavenly Peace Holiday Fundraiser, proceeds from which will go directly to providing beds to children in need.
The annual Bowl-a-Thon supports the Wounded Warrior Project.
The future of the unique nature preserve is at stake they say. Opposition is mounting to a proposed lithium mine that borders Ash Meadows.
So-called former “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss, who owns and operates a tropical bird sanctuary in Pahrump, says two of her prized pet macaws were wounded by BB pellets — again.
Nye County held a public workshop on its Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Fund allotment and there were more than a dozen proposals for how to spend the $12 million federal treasury windfall. Here are some of those suggestions.
Pahrump Valley crews extinguished two fires on Wednesday without incident, including a motorhome blaze and a “controlled burn” that got out of control.