Over the past two and a half years, since the closing of the Nye Regional Medical Center in Tonopah, there has been a concerted effort to stabilize health care in that region.
In a continued effort to provide access to critical health care services for Tonopah and the surrounding area, Northern Nye County Hospital District announced two collaborations that organizers said will expand services in that region.
The Goldfield Visitor Center is pegged to come to life at the end of April.
Nye County is just days away from seeing wheels on the ground for the most recent addition to the county’s emergency response vehicle fleet, a new ambulance which will serve Tonopah and the surrounding communities.
The once owners of a Goldfield shop that sold various items such as antiques, books, collectibles and jewelry had their final weekend of sales at their Central Nevada location.
Tonopah junior Kevin Pope has wrestled for coach Duffy Otteson since he was 8 years old, starting with the junior wrestling program Otteson has run for many years.
Nye County Public Works buildings 1 and 2 in Tonopah, which are currently unoccupied and unused, are all set to undergo a cleanup process thanks to Nye County’s involvement in the Rural Desert Southwest Brownfields Coalition.
Tips on astrophotography, historical buildings as tourist draws and productive strategic plans are among the topics at the Rural Roundup conference April 11-13 in Tonopah, Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison announced.
The town of Tonopah is all set to see a new addition to the fleet that provides emergency medical transportation to the community and surrounding areas.