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1 dead in rural Nye County wreck

A special Nevada Highway Patrol team is continuing its investigation into a fatal two-vehicle crash in rural Nye County, a collision that killed a passenger in a Lexus.

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Smackdown Rodeo bucks through Tonopah

Dozens gathered in Nye County’s mid-July summer heat to enjoy the three-day event filled with bull riding, bucking horses and ATV action at the Tonopah Rodeo Grounds.

Tonopah wrestlers take part in camps

Both Tonopah High School and Tonopah junior wrestlers attended wrestling camps in three different states in an attempt to improve their craft.

Life Guard affirms support for Tonopah

A Las Vegas-based company that provides medical transport services to the ill and injured is reaffirming its commitment to Tonopah and the region, a wide geographic area that’s been without a hospital since August 2015.

Care Flight assists Tonopah, Goldfield medical crews

With the nearest hospitals more than 100 miles from town, volunteer ambulance crews serving the Tonopah-Goldfield region played host to special visitors who help make sure the injured and ill get to expert medical care.

Hostel taking shape in downtown Tonopah

A new construction/revitalization project is taking shape in downtown Tonopah, one led by the family that brought the historic Mizpah Hotel back to life in 2011.

Warm temps ahead of spring start in Tonopah

The start of daylight saving time brought some record warmth to the Tonopah area, breaking at least one high temperature reading and tying another for the dates.

Crab Crack kicks off ’17 season in Tonopah

Tonopah’s 2017 special events season is underway with a full house at this year’s 47th Annual Crab Crack, hosted by the Tonopah Elks Lodge.

Tonopah solar plant remains offline but CEO says repairs done

TONOPAH — SolarReserve’s Crescent Dunes solar plant, which went offline last fall for repairs, remained offline as of this week, but all repairs are done, the company’s CEO reports.

Jacobs: Shining light on hospital, public’s business

Anyone who couldn’t make it to what was announced as a Feb. 16 public tour of the closed Nye Regional Medical Center in Tonopah didn’t miss anything except for a dustup over who could not attend.

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