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California Lottery
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, June 13 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $15 million.

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Clothing boutique reopens in Pahrump
The owner of a new business in town is pleased to have reopened after being forced to close down due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Primary winners picture now clearer
The 2020 primary election wrapped up as of June 9 and majority of the ballots have now been counted. Unless there was a large influx of ballots arriving at the clerks’ offices around Nevada by the close of business on Tuesday, which is very doubtful, the results posted as of Monday, June 15 are unlikely to change dramatically, meaning those in the lead as of Monday can reasonably be declared the winners of the 2020 primary election.

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Law enforcement rally draws crowd in heart of Pahrump
The intersection of Highways 160 and 372 was awash with dozens of area residents waving American flags and holding signs in support of Nye County law enforcement on Monday, June 15th.

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Nye County to receive CARES Act funds totaling over $8 million
In the state of uncertainty created by the COVID-19 crisis, Nye County has been working to analyze its financial position, with expenses relating to the pandemic, coupled with a loss of income from one of its biggest income sources, consolidated taxes, putting the county in a strained budgetary situation.

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VA reintroducing some in-person health services
VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is reintroducing numerous health care services as Nevada starts reopening after COVID-19 shutdowns.

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COVID-19 could make more eligible for Lifeline
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic’s unprecedented impact on the economy and Nevada consumers, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, Federal Communications Commission and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners are partnering to increase awareness of the federal Lifeline program, which helps eligible low-income consumers access affordable broadband and phone services.

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