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Kellogg Park development continues in Pahrump
For decades it was nothing more than a concept, a vision for the future, but since 2019, development of Kellogg Park on the south side of Pahrump has proceeded in earnest.
Pahrump garbage rate increase re-approved
In December of last year, Nye County commissioners approved a rate increase request from Pahrump Valley Disposal and the cost of garbage collection in the Pahrump Valley was set to rise but just three weeks later, the board was forced to rescind that action due to a procedural error. Now, with proper procedure having been followed, the commission has re-approved that rate increase request and residents will see a 19.19% rise in their trash bill.
Celebrate fortune, happiness, health in Chinese New Year
Over a billion people in China and millions around the world are now celebrating the Lunar New Year. In the U.S., though, it’s most associated with what’s often called Chinese New Year, the American version of China’s 15-day-long festivities.
Letters to the Editor
Reader believes writer of letter to editor is out to lunch
Pahrump Senior Center
Economic Development Strategy survey for Nye and Esmeralda open til Feb. 24
There is little doubt about the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on local economies, all across the globe as well as right here in Nevada, and with this in mind, Nye and Esmeralda counties are in the process of updating an important document that helps drive the direction each county takes in terms of its economic development.
VICTOR JOECKS: Nevada Supreme Court justices seek a $30K pay hike
Nevada Supreme Court justices want the legislature to give judges a $30,000 raise. No thanks.
Study backs use of AHS at Rhyolite-Ridge project
Ioneer Ltd. announced a new study shows the viability of an autonomous haul system at the Rhyolite Ridge Lithium-Boron Project in Esmeralda County.
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