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13514042_web1_PVTeam.jpg Tom Rysinski: Closing schools filled gap in logic of suspending sports
The governor did something very reasonable Sunday, effectively closing down schools across the state in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Baseball: Pahrump Valley opens, and perhaps closes, by going 3-1 at Route 66 Classic
It was supposed to be the warm-up act to a highly anticipated baseball season for Pahrump Valley High School. Instead, it might be the entire baseball season.

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Sports Roundup: No To Abuse golf event returns to Mountain Falls in Pahrump
Nevada Outreach’s No To Abuse Charity Golf Tournament will return to Mountain Falls Golf Course on April 25.

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Trump asks Americans to follow new guidelines to slow virus’ spread
President Trump asked Americans to follow new guidelines to fight the COVID-19 outbreak for the next 15 days and suggested the U.S. may be dealing with the virus until “July or August.”

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Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley Times
Would democratic socialism work in our country?

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Sisolak updates Nevadans on actions, guidance on COVID-19
Seeking to assuage concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak held a Sunday, March 15 press conference to provide and update Nevadans on actions and guidance issued by the state of Nevada to prepare for and mitigate the spread of the virus.

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Many Nye County and Pahrump town offices closed to public
It seems as if COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, has infiltrated each and every part of daily life, with all attention focused squarely on containing the virus’ spread and “an abundance of caution” becoming the new catchphrase.

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Locals file for 2020 election, candidates forum postponed due to Coronavirus
The filing period for the 2020 election cycle is officially closed and the full spectrum of residents who have decided to throw their hats into the political ring is now known, with nearly three dozen locals registering to run for one or more of the 14 offices up for grabs this year in Nye County.

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