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Sports Roundup: Pahrump Valley hosts 31st golf invitational
Koby Lindberg (166), Kasen Moore (167) and Kasey Dilger (168) finished 10th, 11th and 12th, respectively in their flight as the Pahrump Valley High School boys golf team opened its season by playing in the 31st annual Pahrump Valley Invitational High School Golf Tournament on Thursday and Friday at Mountain Falls Golf Course.
Pahrump Valley’s young track athletes debut at Newcomers Meet
Sophomore Hillary Valencia won the 800 meters and freshman Elizabeth Shockley captured the shot put to highlight the Pahrump Valley High School girls track and field team to a third-place finish at the annual Newcomers Meet on Thursday at Las Vegas High School.
Tom Rysinski: Pahrump’s softball weekend an unsuccessful success
Getting eliminated four times from the same tournament is a strange thing to do. Getting eliminated four times from the same tournament and calling it a productive weekend is even stranger.
Longtime carnival provider shuts down
A change in the business climate has forced a longtime Pahrump business to cease operations.
Death Valley National Park to host naturalization ceremony
A special ceremony at Death Valley National Park is planned later this week, as officials there will host a naturalization ceremony, at the hottest, driest, and lowest national park in the country.
Comedic murder mystery returns to Pahrump
The Shadow Mountain Community Players are hoping to slay their audience with laughter coming up on Friday, March 13, and Saturday, March 14.
First responders summoned to vehicle crash
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services crews responded to a two-vehicle crash just after 3:30 p.m., on Thursday March 5.
Battle Born Financial Advisor celebrates new location
Brent Leavitt said it’s his mission to make financial decisions easy and clear by providing simple solutions that can be installed and implemented quickly and without dismay.
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