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DIVAS ON A DIME: Why whole chickens are the holy grail of cheap eats
On the quest for the ultimate in cheap eats, I go absolutely nuts over whole chickens because they’re inexpensive, about a dollar a pound, and each one can streeeaaaatch into several meals. Of course, this depends on the number of people you’re feeding and the size of their appetites.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, April 22 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $22 million.
Nye County Commission strikes down new subdivision request
A proposed development agreement for the North Canyon Homes subdivision has been shot down by the Nye County Commission but there is opportunity for the applicant, Ken Murphy, to salvage the project if he proves willing to acquiesce to the commission’s desire to see larger lot sizes incorporated into the subdivision design.
COVID-19 hits jail in Nye County
Two detention center staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.
Corrections Department turns to distance learning
The Nevada Department of Corrections is providing adult education and postsecondary education to its offenders thanks to distance learning strategies established with education providers throughout Nevada.
List: Senior menus for Pahrump, Amargosa Valley and Beatty
Pahrump Senior Center
U.S. Chamber urges swift enactment of new funding
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce enthusiastically greeted the news Tuesday, April 21 that the administration and Congress have reached a deal to increase funding for small business owners under the CARES Act and called for swift enactment.
Remote Area Medical to return to Pahrump for fifth year
Remote Area Medical will return to the Pahrump Valley for the fifth consecutive year this October and event committee members are already deeply immersed in preparations for this large-scale free medical services clinic.
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