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Injunctive relief denied in Nevada Assembly appointment lawsuit
On Tuesday, Jan. 8, Fifth Judicial District Court Judge Robert Lane denied a motion for injunctive relief in the case of Ed Goedhart versus Nye County, regarding the appointment of a person to hold the late Dennis Hof’s Nevada Assembly District 36 seat.
Bonnie Springs Ranch near Pahrump being sold to developer
Bonnie Springs Ranch, the replica Old West town with mock gunfights and hangings outside Las Vegas, could soon be razed for a high-end housing project.
Pahrump fire crews battle numerous structure fires
Area first responders battled a series of structure fires during the first few days of the new year.
Temporary stay issued in Pahrump water order case
The Nevada Supreme Court has issued a temporary stay in the case of Water Order #1293A, allowing the Nevada state engineer, for the moment, to continue requiring water rights relinquishments for all new domestic wells drilled in Pahrump.
Nye County Social Services Fair approaching
January 16 is set to be a very informative day for residents of the Pahrump Valley who head out to Nye County’s 4th Annual Social Services Fair.
Divas on a Dime: A quick guide to cooking super greens
When it comes to enjoying your greens, salad greens are just the beginning. There are many delectable greens that are amazingly flavorful and so packed with nutrition, they’re super greens. They can be steamed, sautéed, braised, added to soups, pastas, quiche, blended into pesto or eaten raw.
Victor Joecks: Nevada Democrats support their own walls
Many of Nevada’s most prominent Democrats know border walls work. Just look at where they live.
Tim Burke: What will politics in 2019 bring?
Theodore Roosevelt famously said that the more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future. As we look toward what may happen in politics in 2019, it is hard to imagine topping some of the events that took place in 2018.
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