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Dennis Myers: All about the politics of ‘State Things’
State Things are back.
Pahrump resident Matassa bowls 300 games on consecutive nights
Saturday, March 16 was a pretty good day for Pahrump resident Anthony Matassa.
Las Vegan Schulte wins Pahrump Spring Open horseshoes tournament
Mike Norton is always looking to see new faces at Nevada Horseshoe Pitchers Association tournaments, even if the new face is an old one.
Pahrump Valley sports roundup: More track athletes qualify for regionals
Although many Pahrump Valley High School track and field athletes already have posted qualifying marks for the postseason, coach Fred Schmidt said some of the Trojans are disappointed by their early-season performances.
The Grove dispensary celebrates its third anniversary in Pahrump
“Everything went great today and there was a huge turnout, as always.”
Body found in abandoned Nye mine
An arrest has been made in the death of a missing Tonopah man whose body was discovered in an abandoned mine shaft about 30 miles east of Tonopah, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office reported.
Pahrump Valley Academy striving to be first local charter school
Education is at the core of life, bringing knowledge to minds, enriching potential and creating endless opportunities for success. It’s the foundation upon which young people begin to build their futures.
Pahrump’s first drive-thru Starbucks opens
The parking lot of a new Starbucks in Pahrump was filled with vehicles in this week, along with several customers waiting inside and in the drive-thru, to get some coffee at the area’s newest location.
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