College sports recruiting is not what it used to be, but it worked out well for Tonopah High School senior Dillan Otteson, who found a football home via the internet.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s Tonopah Field Office announced the availability of a draft environmental assessment to address potential environmental consequences associated with excess wild horses within and outside of the Reveille Herd Management Area near Tonopah.
A Goldfield radio station, KGFN 89.1 FM, has increased its reach in Nye County.
This week, economic specialists from the University of Nevada, Reno met with the Esmeralda County Commission to introduce the Nevada Economic Assessment Project.
Shifts are coming to a major project along U.S. Highway 95, north of Goldfield, after the new year.
Senior Colton Alstatt recorded team-highs of 16 points and 10 rebounds Saturday as the Round Mountain High School basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a dominating 57-24 win over host Carlin in the WREC Tournament.
The last of three individuals facing charges in a 2018 murder case in Tonopah made their way through the legal process.
An annual Christmas tree competition will kick off the holiday season in Tonopah, the Festival of Trees.
The true symbol of fascism, hatred and intolerance recently appeared inside a hangar at the historic Tonopah Army Air Field.
Tonopah’s Silver Top, one of the main historic fixtures in town, recently received a makeover after an engineering report deemed it to be “in danger of collapse” a few years ago.
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Rural Clinics announced a new program for adults in rural Nevada entitled, Immediate Mental Health CARE Team.
The Nye County community of Tonopah will become Nevada’s first town to get a marker commemorating the women’s suffrage movement, a decades-long campaign that fought to secure women’s rights to vote and run for office across the United States.
The Boeing 747 plane featured at the Burning Man festival is making its way from Reno to Las Vegas on the back of semi-trailer.
Editor’s Note: The Pahrump Valley Times has spent the last several weeks researching public and other records, along with making public records requests for this story. Some of the defendants involved in the James Remster case were interviewed by the Times in 2018 during the highly-destructive Camp Fire in California.
Anna Berg does not like to lose any more than other coaches, but it was hard to find bad things to say about her Round Mountain High School volleyball team Saturday after the Knights were eliminated from the Region I Tournament by Smith Valley.