After the federal report showed Nevada ranked as the top state in the nation in the release of toxic chemicals per square mile in 2017 because of the mining industry, officials at Round Mountain Gold Corporation that owns Round Mountain Gold Mine answered questions about their operations.
Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project near Tonopah earned slightly over $6.5 million in revenue in the first quarter of 2019, according to a recent federal report.
The owner of a rural Nevada hotel-casino in Amargosa Valley finished a project to host weddings and other ceremonies and bring a piece of state history to the area.
Russell Pillers, a biomedical engineer, and owner Biowerx Consulting, LLC, who has been working with Northern Nye County Hospital District as a consultant since October 2018, said that one of his tasks involves an assessment for the building where the Nye County Regional Medical Hospital was located.
The Belmont Courthouse will soon see construction on a restoration project following Nye County approval of a contract with Ben F. Dotson Construction Inc., based out of Fallon, Nevada.
Tonopah could get an urgent care clinic this year, an official familiar with the matter said.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management Battle Mountain District Office is looking to hire a new outdoor recreation planner.
A semi-truck driver hauling what was described as low-level hazardous waste along Highway 95 near Tonopah, was transported to a Las Vegas hospital after suffering from an unknown medical condition.
Editor’s note: This is part of 2 in a series
Lisa Logan, a new physician assistant at Renown’s clinic in Tonopah answered questions from the Pahrump Valley Times for the first time since she started working at the clinic last year.
CROP Infrastructure Corp., a Vancouver, Canada-based company specializing in cannabis branding, has announced updates for its facilities in Nye and Esmeralda counties.
Editor’s note: This is part 2 of a story by reporter Daria Sokolova looking at Esmeralda County mining.
The Nevada Basin to Range Exchange, a program aimed at bringing together the state’s urban and rural art organizations, will launch in Tonopah in April, officials announced.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Tonopah Field Office (TFO), has published a Notice of Availability in the Federal Register for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) associated with Gemfield Resources, Ltd. (GRL’s) proposal to develop gold mine operations within the Gemfield Project (Project) area.
Nevada’s new background check law was passed by the Legislature in early February, just days into the 2019 Legislative Session and it was then quickly signed into law by Gov. Steve Sisolak, sparking widespread disquiet.