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13610678_web1_IMG_5928.jpeg Living Free aiming to keep recovering addicts connected amid COVID-19 crisis
“Your disease wants to kill you. It just has to get you alone first.”

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Pahrump’s Mountain Falls set to add townhouses to its product line
William Lyon Homes, developer of Mountain Falls, is readying to add a new product to its master planned community, townhomes, recently gaining approval for an amended subdivision map that the Nye County Commission had originally denied several months ago.

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Nye commissioner decries lack of Census participation
Nye County Commission Chairman John Koenig is disappointed in the 2020 census response rate for Nye County and he had no qualms about urging area residents to take a few minutes of their time to participate in the process that will determine where billions of federal dollars are channeled.

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UnitedHealth speeds payments to care providers
UnitedHealth Group announced Tuesday it will accelerate payments and other financial support to health care providers to help address the short-term financial pressure caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Man thankful for local food programs
Within the last few weeks, officials and volunteers at New Hope Fellowship’s Path of Hope Ministry began noticing an increase in local residents needing food items.

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Church leaders using social media for services
After Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s directive to limit gatherings of 10 or more people due to concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak, local churches are using alternate means to provide services to their respective congregations.

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USDA makes strides to aid rural communities during COVID-19 crisis
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development has taken several actions designed to help rural residents, businesses and communities affected by the COVID-10 outbreak.

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Leslie Road in Pahrump set for repaving
Leslie Road has been stripped of its pavement for several weeks now and residents might have been wondering when they can expect to see the improvement project moving forward.

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