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11787040_web1_StateMedals160.jpg Pahrump Valley wrestlers Cruz, Wright take third at state
Less than a week after Pahrump Valley High School teammates Dylan Wright and Tristan Maughan had wrestled for the Class 3A Southern Region 160-pound championship, there they were again battling in a tournament setting.

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Pahrump Valley Little League registration continues
It was way too cold and way too windy to think about playing baseball and softball, but that didn’t stop 11-year-old Kayleen Carranza from showing up with her mother Wednesday night at Ian Deutch Memorial Park to get registered for the upcoming Little League season.

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Pahrump Valley boys net 1st league win, girls rebound from loss
The Pahrump Valley High School boys basketball team won its first Sunset League game of the season Monday night, pinning a 54-50 defeat on Western in overtime in Pahrump.

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College’s leader converses with residents in Pahrump
Great Basin College President Joyce Helens painted the financial picture of the college and forward-looking thoughts during a town hall meeting at the Pahrump campus in February.

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Tickets for Crab Fest in Pahrump nearly sold out
Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates’ 8th Annual Crab Fest is right around the corner and tickets are almost sold out. Residents will have to move fast if they want to get in on this feast of crabby goodness for a good cause.

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Student’s mother talks about Nevada boarding school
Pahrump mother Nicole Bayer recalled her son’s experience at Northwest Academy during an interview Saturday, two days after news broke that the Armagosa Valley private boarding school is now the subject of an ongoing child abuse investigation.

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Victor Joecks: The union giveaways cometh in Nevada
Assembly Republican leader Jim Wheeler has an unusual strategy for being in the minority: preemptive surrender.

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Dennis Myers on Joe Neal: A Nevadan who did it right
In 1972, the people of Clark County elected the first African-American member of the Nevada Senate. He got little attention or help in the Senate then.

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