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13837420_web1_20200603_120648.jpg Area fireworks stores in Pahrump seeing brisk business
Judging by the number of individuals and families lined up at Pahrump’s fireworks retailers, business appears to be booming at present.

Applicants needed to save Pahrump 2020 pool season
On Friday, June 5, an announcement was made that had many in the Pahrump community grumbling, with officials stating that the 2020 Pahrump Community Pool season had been canceled due to a lack of staff applicants.

Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley Times
Reader says negative talk of medical marijuana is bunk

5.5 magnitude earthquake felt in Nye County
In the evening of June 3, around 6:30 p.m., a magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck just outside of Searles Valley, California, near the city of Ridgecrest and while that particular rumble caught widespread attention, including that of Nye County residents, it is far from the only earthquake near the area over the past week.

Extension’s webinar, town hall focusing on cash flow
With many of Nevada’s small businesses now reopened or planning to reopen soon, many of them are experiencing cash flow challenges. University of Nevada, Reno Extension is offering a free webinar Friday, June 12 to help small business owners learn about generating reports related to cash flow and how to anticipate, prepare for and manage cash flow fluctuations.

Primary voter turnout thus far stands at 17%
Today, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske announced early turnout numbers for the June 9 primary election that is being conducted primarily by mail-in ballot. As of Wednesday, June 3, 276,456 of the 1,829,050 ballots mailed to Nevada voters have been cast. An additional 636 voters have cast a ballot in person during the early voting period.

Alaska transplant takes helm of Pahrump Pizza Hut
A local pizza shop, Pizza Hut in Pahrump, received a new manager this spring.

Ford presses FCC to move against illegal robocalls
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford and the State Attorneys General Robocall Working Group on Thursday wrote a comment letter to the Federal Communications Commission, encouraging the FCC to facilitate continued collaboration among state attorneys general and telecommunications companies to coordinate tracing illegal robocalls.

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