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…

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…

By Lillian BrownePahrump Valley Timeslbrowne@pvtimes.com Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly said she fully supports a proposed state Assembly bill requiring the use of body cameras for on-duty deputies despite the fact that her department budget has been slashed in recent weeks. The co-sponsored proposed legislation, introduced on Feb. 13, would authorize the use of “portable…

By Pahrump Valley Times The principal of Tonopah High School is behind bars facing open and gross lewdness and child abuse charges after Nye County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested him on Monday. According to a press release, Alvin L. Eiseman, 57, was taken into custody after a female juvenile reported Eiseman allegedly touched her breast. A…

By Mick AkersPahrump Valley Timesmakers@pvtimes.com Four Pahrump residents were arrested Wednesday on multiple charges related to burglary and narcotics trafficking, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office said. Ignacio Padilla, 46, John Robert Rogers, 46, Juan Alvares, 46, and Keena Contois, 34, were arrested at two separate sites, but were believed to be connected in the alleged…

A landmark performance at the renowned House of Blues in Las Vegas awaits a local band early next month. The members of Pahrump’s Tower of Cards will take the stage on April 7 at Mandalay Bay as part of what’s known as the “Bringing Down the House” tour. The event was held in eight cities…

By Arnold M. KnightlyPahrump Valley Times William Jones, the third suspect in a recent home invasion and burglary in Pahrump, has been arrested. The 40-year-old Jones was arrested by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police and is currently being held in the Clark County Detention Center on a Nye County arrest warrant. Jones will be transported to…

Tails End Animal Shelter Director Susan Cronin said she was blindsided this week after learning the Nye County Board of Commissioners will not renew the shelter’s $ 225,000 annual contract due to budget cuts. Nye County Commissioner Frank Carbone said county officials are working on a plan that would allow the town of Pahrump to…

After months of budget shortfall projections and warnings, Nye County took drastic measures Tuesday for cost savings by slashing expenses and services at a meeting of the County Commission. Approved for cutting was the county’s $ 2.6 million in subsidies for the senior nutrition program, the animal shelters, Beatty and Amargosa Valley health clinics, natural…

A Tonopah woman facing felony animal abuse charges is free on $ 10,000 bail and scheduled to appear in the town’s Justice Court on March 19, at 10 a.m. Bette Lynne Fuchsel, 69, was arrested Feb. 24 after Nye County Animal Control and Sheriff’s deputies and responded to her home at 24 Cody St. rescuing…