The baseless mythology of Nevada’s wild horses.
Colleges must re-evaluate their tendency to increase costs far in excess of inflation if they hope to attract applicants who may have other options.
PVT readers share their thoughts about a 56-point list of health, safety and mismanagement concerns co-written by members of the local firefighters union that called for Pahrump Fire Rescue Chief Scott Lewis to step down — or face removal from his position.
PVTimes readers discuss the 3-hour standoff, a fatal shooting and the ‘“john who overstayed his welcome” down at Sheri’s brothel.
In fewer than 350 words, we invite you to tell us about an initiative or project that you or your organization have successfully executed since the pandemic. Describe the problems you faced, and explain how you solved them. Tell us about the people behind the project who propelled it foward. Lastly, share a bit on how others in the community benefited from your progress. We will publish excerpts from the best stories, along with photos that celebrate PROGRESS through perseverance in an upcoming special section.
Readers react about Pahrump lawmaker’s proposal to require voter ID at the polls and more.
Joe Biden delivers his annual address and asks voters for second term.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared in the July 2, 2021 edition of the Pahrump Valley Times and is being republished here as advancements on the Rhyolite Ridge mining project are made. The co-writers of this column were Nancy Boland, a former chairwoman of the Esmeralda County Commission who has served on the Esmeralda County Land Use Advisory Committee, along with Kathy Keyes, Greg Dedera and Mark Hartman, residents of Fish Lake Valley. Public comment for the Rhyolite Ridge Lithium-Boron Mine Project in Esmeralda County ends Feb. 3, 2023.
House plan would impose modest fiscal restraint. Oh, my!
The Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada is doing so poorly that officials want to underfund it to avoid a spike in contribution rates. Not great.
Plot twists should be found in movies, not when election officials tabulate ballots. But such are the problems with ranked choice voting.
One of the best ways to earn a living these days comes by not earning a living.
The Census numbers don’t lie. People are moving to places where policies tilt conservative.
Rare toad, plant bog down mining, geothermal plans.
Sharing the pain in an equitable fashion.