The list of possible sites for a Major League Baseball ballpark in the Las Vegas Valley ballooned to well over 20 during a two-day visit for the Oakland Athletics ownership group.
The Raiders defensive end became the first active NFL player to come out as gay on Monday, making the announcement on an Instagram post.
Jim Hatch of Pahrump hit 93 ringers on 200 shoes to go undefeated through five games and win the tournament championship at the Hot Pahrump Daze tournament June 12 at Petrack Park.
The focus of this week’s trip to Las Vegas, led by Oakland Athletics owner John Fisher and team president Dave Kaval, is stadium location.
Pahrump Valley Speedway announced Wednesday that there will be no racing Saturday night, June 19, because of the extreme heat in the forecast.
At 62, Roy Uyeno seems like a good candidate to start slowing down.
Pahrump Valley High School’s graduating class had one baseball player preparing to play in college, and it had a student-athlete ticketed for Cerro Coso Community College in California.
Almost every horseshoes tournament is chock full of Dilgers, but the family did more than just participate June 5 in the June Bug Open at Leavitt Park in Las Vegas. This time, they dominated.
Billie Biddie rolled games of 219, 244 and 195 Saturday to win the Pahrump Valley 500 Club’s 9-pin No Tap Singles tournament at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
Challenged Athletes Foundation will hold A Celebration of Heart gala virtually Thursday, June 17. Hosted by Bay Area sportscasters Laura Britt and Therese Viñal, the program will showcase the healing and transformational power of sports.
Pahrump Valley High School softball players Ally Rily and Dee Dee Egan have been chosen to the all-Southern Nevada Second Team by NevadaPreps.com.
Marilyn “Sis” Fronk didn’t just win her first state bowling title at age 82, she crushed the field in the process.
Honor thy father and thy mother does not, apparently, apply to horseshoes.
It’s an honor to be selected to play on an all-star baseball team that will compete in a district tournament, but there’s a lot more to it than just showing up at a field with a glove.
The decision had been made a while ago. The only question was the timing.