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No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, July 25 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $9 million.

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Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley Times
Fire chief showed real caring, professionalism in situation with virus patient

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Initial unemployment claims continue moderate increase
Initial unemployment claims have risen for the fourth consecutive week while continued claims are back above 300,000 according to Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation data.

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Supreme Court rules against Nevada church
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday denied a petition from Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley in Dayton that argued a policy limiting in-person church attendance to 50 during the coronavirus pandemic violated the Constitution.

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Pahrump winery remains without a license to serve
The Pahrump Valley Winery will stay without a license for the next several weeks after action by the Nye County Liquor Board on Tuesday—extending the rift between the board and the winery that was put on display in recent weeks.

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Man arrested after refusing to leave Area 51 site
A man eager to tour the Nevada National Security Site, also known as Area 51, was placed under arrest on a trespassing charge this month.

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NORMA JEAN OPATIK: Pahrump real estate market is ‘balanced’
As Realtors here in Pahrump, we are asked every day, “Is this a good time to buy or sell our home?” And our answer is, “Yes, Pahrump real estate is doing extremely well.” This may be shocking to some but, nonetheless, it is true.

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STEVE SEBELIUS: Democrats fail to raise mining tax in special session
Nevada Democrats tried to raise taxes during the special session in order to raise money to close a $1.2 billion budget gap, but fell one vote short in the state Senate.

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