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Pahrump Valley girls overpowered in Gator Winter Classic
Bob Hopkins is hardly a shrinking violet. The Pahrump Valley girls basketball coach is usually a bundle of energy on the sidelines, making sure his players know exactly what he wants done and giving everyone within earshot a basketball education in the process.
Chamlee prepares to take the bench as Pahrump Justice of the Peace
The seat of Pahrump justice of the peace department A has had a longstanding vacancy but the office is now set to see a new leader at its head, Justice of the Peace Lisa Chamlee, who arose the victor in the 2018 general election.
Arabia taking over as Nye County’s top lawyer
A changeover in the leadership of the Nye County District Attorney’s Office is about to take place, with newly elected Nye County DA Chris Arabia set to begin his four-year term on Monday, Jan. 7. He said he is eager to start the next phase in his legal career and institute the changes he has been considering for the office.
Richard Karpel named Nevada Press Association executive director
Richard Karpel will take over management of the association starting Tuesday and will relocate from Washington, D.C., to Nevada.
Pahrump water order case in the hands of Nevada Supreme Court
Last month, District Court Judge Steven Elliott ruled that Nevada State Engineer Order #1293A be overturned, citing an overreach of authority, lack of due process and lack of evidence to support the issuance of the order, which restricted the drilling of new domestic wells in Pahrump. Unsurprisingly, the state engineer’s office has filed an appeal and the matter now sits with the Nevada Supreme Court.
Quilting guild gives back to Pahrump community
The gift of warmth was bestowed upon more than 100 local senior citizens, courtesy of Pahrump’s Shadow Mountain Quilters Guild.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Jan. 2 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.
Expert: Nevada Dems will reintroduce vetoed bills
Expect Democrats to reintroduce many of the bills vetoed by outgoing Gov. Brian Sandoval when the 2019 Nevada Legislature opens, one of the state’s leading political/business consultants said recently on Nevada Newsmakers.
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