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Horseshoes tournament in Pahrump gets big turnout
The Petrack Park horseshoes pits were crowded Saturday and Sunday, but Louie Escalante was glad he made the trip for the Pahrump Valley Days tournament.
Matassa rolls another 800 series at Pahrump Nugget
Anthony Matassa has had his share of good nights at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center, and Feb. 11 and Feb. 18 were the latest.
State Engineer prevails in Pahrump water order case
After 15 months of anxiously awaiting the outcome of the appeal on Pahrump Water Order #1293A, local property and business owners are gritting their teeth in frustration and disappointment, with the Nevada Supreme Court ultimately ruling in favor of the appellant, the Nevada State Engineer’s Office.
Nye County creating COVID Relief Program
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nye County had received $8.49 million from the federal government last year, through the CARES Act, with the stipulation that the money was to be spent by the end of 2020.
Lifeguards sought for pool season
The Town of Pahrump is looking for responsible, mature and motivated lifeguards for the 2021 pool season.
DAN SCHINHOFEN: Ruining the rurals
For only being in office for about a month, President Biden has already signed more executive orders in that time than the same time frame for the three previous Presidents. Unfortunately, many of them seem to damage rural communities. I guess that should not be a surprise as he only won 17% of Counties in the last election and the vast majority of those are rural.
Severe wind conditions forecast for Nye on Wednesday
Pahrump Fire Chief and Director of Emergency Management Scott Lewis has issued a warning about very severe wind conditions descending upon the Pahrump Valley beginning tonight.
Nevada’s COVID-19 test positivity rate at lowest level in 4 months
But the state on Wednesday reported higher than average numbers of new coronavirus cases and deaths during the preceding day.
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