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Arts Council resumes exhibits with Martin’s work at library
The Pahrump Arts Council presents “The Works of Mike Martin,” a solo show at the Reader’s Nook located within the Pahrump Community Library.
TIM BURKE: Nevada Democrats force November mail-in ballot
The act of physically going to a polling location and casting my vote in-person has always given me a feeling of satisfaction that I am participating in the election process.
Secret for perfectly cooked chicken
“What is there to eat?” That phrase plays on repeat in every household in the world. Today I’m sharing one of the handiest shortcuts to give you a great answer when the inevitable question is asked. Now you can say, “There’s chicken in the fridge, go make yourself something!”
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Aug. 5 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $12 million.
Pahrump’s 2020 Back to School Fair hailed a success
The start of the 2020-2021 school year is just over two weeks away and though students will be heading into an academic year that will look quite a bit different than in years past, one thing that has not changed is the necessity for students to be prepared with all of the school supplies they will need to pursue educational success.
2020 Pahrump Fall Festival canceled
The fate of the 2020 Pahrump Fall Festival has now been decided, with the Nye County Commission, sitting as the governing board for the town of Pahrump, voting to call off what is hands-down the largest event in the valley each year, all in the name of public health and safety due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Assembly Bill 4 sparks outrage in Nevada
With the 2020 general election just three months away, Nevada legislators passed Assembly Bill 4 this month, among a stir of outrage from the Legislature’s Republican minority as well as a plethora of residents all across the state. The move has even caught the attention of President Donald Trump, who filed a lawsuit to halt the bill after slamming Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Democratic legislators for what he termed a “late night coup” that he Tweeted would make it “impossible” for Republicans to win the state in 2020.
New COVID-19 cases number 649 in Nevada
Nevada Health Response reported Nevada logged 649 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the state’s total to 52,828.
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