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14340774_web1_STATESHOESGroup.jpg Pahrump’s Andersen wins Elder title at Nevada horseshoes championships
Playing through pain is a common theme in sports, especially football where it’s hard to avoid pain.

Parents report temporary shut down of Floyd Elementary’s first grade classes due to positive COVID-19 result
Parents of first graders at Floyd Elementary School in Pahrump were notified this morning of a positive COVID-19 case within the school and that all those students within that class were told to remain quarantined at home for the next 14 days.

Rep. Ami Bera, D-CA-07 speaks about Biden campaign in Nevada
Rep. Ami Bera, D-CA-07 speaks with the Pahrump Valley Times. Bera covered a range of topics, from rural health care to the need for an increase in rural broadband infrastructure and how Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will work to bring many of these needs to the forefront if elected.

Trump, GOP lashes out at social media for blocking Biden story
President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans declared war on social media giants Thursday after Twitter and Facebook blocked users who tried to share New York Post stories critical of Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

Is this ‘cartoon existence’ really living?
As I was binge watching the last season of “The Blacklist”, I was surprised it only had 19 episodes. What was stranger was a few minutes into the 19th episode they cut in with cast and crew telling us that they were in the middle of filming when COVID-19 restrictions kicked in. After making sure to tell us to be safe and other platitudes, they then went back to the show, but half of it was cartoon and the other half live action.

COVID-19 affects staff, inmates at federal detention center in Pahrump
Nevada Southern Detention Center on Tuesday confirmed an employee has died from “potential COVID-19 related issues,” days after news of an inmate death due to the coronavirus.

Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley Times
A lesson about not backing the wrong person

California lottery
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Oct. 10 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $17 million.

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