Two Southern Nevada veterans, one that’s been featured on a reality TV series, are opening up a new label in the Pahrump area that is geared toward helping people increase their skills in preparedness and related activities and learn the secrets of a lifelong survivalist.
Three Pahrump residents were arrested after a woman and her adult son said they were held hostage by the trio for about three months, authorities announced Monday.
Third-parties are so counterproductive that the top priority for Republican donors should be funding a Green Party in Nevada. Green Party candidates would likely draw at least 2 percent from Democrat candidates. That’s a winning margin in close races, and the impacts can be felt all the way down the ballot.
Election results can upend polls and predictions. But in the cold, sober light of the morning after, they tend to make a lot of sense. So let’s start making sense of Nevada’s results from Tuesday and look at the key takeaways.
Several youth from Pahrump and other areas in Southern Nevada met for the first meet-play event of the 2018 season of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge program—where children, ages 12-18, learn how to design, build and program robots, among other things. The program also includes a competition between teams across Nevada, which could lead to local youth entering a world championship.
State rules that took effect Oct. 1 mandate that online retailers without a physical presence in Nevada must collect and pay sales tax of 8.25 percent in Clark County. This means a purchase of $100 online will have the added sales tax of $8.25
Halloween in Pahrump will be filled with the scary to the entertaining.
In the video, Highway Patrol spokesman Travis Smaka talks about emergency lighting on vehicles before a shout is heard off-camera. He turns around just as a sedan barrels off the opposite side of the highway.
If everything Question 6 supporters say is true, there’s no need to vote for it. Question 6 is a constitutional amendment that would require that Nevada get 50 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030. Nevada’s current renewable portfolio standard is 25 percent by 2025. As a constitutional amendment, voters would need to approve it in 2018 and 2020.