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Revised water bills to be heard in Senate next week

By Lillian BrownePahrump Valley Timeslbrowne@pvtimes.com Two amended proposed state Senate bills governing the allocation of Nevada’s water will be back before the government affairs committee for a vote in the coming weeks. Senate Bills 65 and 81, authored by the Nevada Division of Water Resources engineer Jason King, proposed expanding his authority to control groundwater …

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3 injured in dog attack, owner arrested, jailed

By Mick AkersPahrump Valley Timesmakers@pvtimes.com Three people were injured Friday morning, one critically, after a dog attack at a property near Linda and Black streets that resulted in the dogs’ owner being arrested. One of the injured victims was flown to University Medical Center Trauma Center, and the other two were transported to Desert View …

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Forgery investigation leads to more arrests, stolen guns

By Mick AkersPahrump Valley Timesmakers@pvtimes.com The arrests of four local residents in a check fraud and forgery investigation has broadened to include additional arrests and the issuing of warrants for suspects as part of an elaborate identity theft ring, Nye County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday. The initial arrests also uncovered a previously unknown theft ring …

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Animal sanctuary approved for move

An animal sanctuary, home to a cross-bred wolf and cross-bred coyote, has been permitted to relocate from Martin Street to Jesse Street in Pahrump, following approval of a grandfathered use application at a meeting of the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission on Wednesday. Happy Acre Sanctuary, a state-licensed, not-for-profit, charitable organization will be limited to housing …

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Billboard owner told to remove sign on land

A local developer didn’t receive the outcome he had hoped from the Pahrump Valley Regional Planning Commission on Thursday night regarding a long-fought-over billboard. The planning commission voted 7-0 to uphold the special conditions that they issued and were agreed upon by the billboard’s owner Andy Jordan in 2004 and again in 2006. That agreement …

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Nye prepared for nuclear waste spill on road to test site

By Lillian BrownePahrump Valley Timeslbrowne@pvtimes.com A training video to help emergency services prepare for a nuclear waste spill is being filmed in Pahrump. The video, funded by the Department of Energy for their Transportation Emergency Preparedness Program, will be used to help train emergency services personnel nationwide to prepare for a nuclear waste accident or …

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3 injured in dog attack, shots fired

By Mick AkersPahrump Valley Timesmakers@pvtimes.com Three people were injured Friday morning, one critically, after a dog attack at a residence off of Linda and Black streets. One of the injured victims was flown to University Medical Center Trauma Center and the other two were transported locally, according to Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services Chief …

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Tonopah high principal arrested for lewdness

Special to the – Tonopah High Principal Alvin L. Eiseman is facing open and gross lewdness, and child abuse charges from two separate incidences. Eiseman, who is out on $ 10,500 bail, has been removed from his position pending the investigation. By Pahrump Valley Timessharris@pvtimes.com The principal of Tonopah High School is facing open and …

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