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COVID must not be excuse for drug companies to drive up prescription prices

Fresh leadership arrives at Salvation Army
There’s new leadership at the Salvation Army in Southern Nevada. Captains Anthony and Lisa Barnes arrived in Las Vegas in July, after serving in Seattle for four years.

Pahrump Arts Council to hold Arts and Crafts Fair
With the COVID-19 pandemic putting the kibosh on public events over the past seven or eight months, the Pahrump Arts Council, better known as PAC, has been struggling to generate cash for its coffers.

Two ceremonies set to mark Veterans Day in Pahrump
Veterans Day is right around the corner and in the community of Pahrump, well known for its patriotism and support of the current and former military members, there are two ceremonies scheduled to mark the occasion.

Trump supporters gather on Election Day
Though there were a few individuals who were visible clutching Biden/Harris signs and banners, at the intersection of Highway 160 and Basin Avenue, it appeared that there were even more people holding President Trump signs and banners at the intersection of Highway 160 and Basin Avenue on Election Day 2020.

SBDC reports supporting over 11,000 Nevada jobs
The Nevada Small Business Development Center has released annual client-verified economic outcomes for the 2020 federal fiscal year. Having assisted 2,855 clients with $45.4 million in capital, and helped 159 clients start businesses, the organization shared that the jobs supported and created totaled 11,049, all during a global pandemic that rocked the landscape of small businesses.

Federal aid to Nevada’s health providers has exceeded $800M
Pahrump medical providers have received $8.5 million in federal relief funds to cope with the challenges of the pandemic, according to the state Division of Health Care Financing and Policy.

Pahrump GriefShare heading into next 13-week cycle
The Pahrump chapter of the non-denominational, international organization GriefShare is coming up on the conclusion of its current 13-week cycle and is setting its sights on its next round of sessions, as well as three very special seminars, all geared toward helping those who are grieving over the loss of a loved one through their journey from mourning to joy.

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