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Wrestling: Pahrump Valley sends 4 wrestlers to state tournament
Coby Tillery and Anthony Pearson liked their trip to the Class 3A State Wrestling Tournament last year so much, they’re going back. Donnie Miller, who went two years ago, and first-year wrestler Jared Mudge will be joining them.
Basketball roundup: Perez, Leon lead Beatty over Beaver Dam
After suffering a 40-point loss to Pahranagat Valley a week earlier, the Beatty High School boys basketball team needed a win against a Beaver Dam team that made the trip from Arizona riding a 4-game losing streak and having lost 9 of 10.
Seven Pahrump athletes sign to compete in college
Jazmyne Turner will be running track at Missouri Valley College next year, and how she got there shows how much recruiting has changed in college sports.
Nye realtor honored at regional awards event
Pahrump Realtor Norma Jean Opatik initially thought she was just attending the annual Greater Las Vegas Association (GLVAR), of Realtors Awards ceremony of 2019, that is until she was called forward to receive her own award, that being the Ronn Reiss Award for Education Excellence.
Career and volunteer fair returns to coalition in Nye
NyE Communities Coalition’s Adult Workforce Programs Manager Ed Kelly said there’s a pretty good chance to find a job during the coalition’s Career and Volunteer Fair, coming up on Friday, Feb. 14.
Fire shuts down Pahrump Moose Lodge kitchen
The administrator of the Pahrump Moose Lodge 808 said it’s unclear at present when the kitchen will reopen following a fire.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Feb. 8 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.
Travel Nevada names international marketing manager
The Nevada Division of Tourism, commonly known as Travel Nevada, hired a new international marketing manager to oversee Travel Nevada’s efforts in Europe and the United Kingdom.
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