Turner Boulevard structure fire
Nevada’s tourism and gaming industries could take a substantial hit this year because of coronavirus fears.
What type of home do you live in? How many people were staying in this home on April 1, 2020? What is your name, age, sex, race? What is the name, age, sex, race of the others in this home? How are those in your home related?
Over the past year, the subject of growing hemp on smaller residential lots in the Pahrump Valley has been at the forefront of the minds of many and now, it has spiraled into a situation in which the Nye County Commission is planning to pull back definitions that were recently approved in an attempt to curb hemp cultivation.
Pahrump Senior Center
Nye County Right to Life is a brand new non-profit organization and its very first fundraiser is being hailed as an incredible success, drawing more than 300 people and raising a total of $4,200.
Companion planting has many benefits in a garden. Planting flowers with vegetables attracts pollinators. Tall heat-loving plants can provide shade to shorter shade-loving plants. One method of companion planting, the Three Sisters, has been used by Native American farmers for centuries and works well in our region.
Charles Navarro, candidate for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District, is stopping at the Pahrump Senior Center on Saturday for a meet and greet with area voters.
Mining accounts directly for about 1 percent of the state workforce but is the state’s fifth-largest economic sector, representing 6 percent of the state economy.
Pahrump Southern Nye County 4-H’s competitive robotics team, known as Awkward Silence, fought hard in the recent Nevada state finals of the FIRST Tech Challenge (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in Sparks, taking home the award for innovative industrial robot design and ranking fifth place overall out of 36 teams.
Parents and students are suing the State Public Charter School Authority in an attempt to overturn its decision to close Nevada Connections Academy over performance issues.
The month’s 3.6 unemployment rate is the lowest rate on record in state history.
Jon Ponder, an ex-convict who founded Hope for Prisoners, was granted clemency by the state Pardons Board on Wednesday for past battery convictions.
A special celebration took place this week at one of Pahrump’s large retail stores.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Thursday, announced the first presumptive positive case of the new coronavirus in a Clark County resident.