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Guns and Drugs found on Juveniles at Pahrump Fall Festival

Nye County Sheriff's Office arrest four Pahrump juveniles for carrying illegal guns and narcotics into the Pahrump Fall Festival, and threatening another juvenile with a firearm. The suspect juveniles are of the ages 14 thru 16. All were apprehended and taken to the Clark County juvenile detention center.



Structure Fire on Vicki Ann Road

Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue and Nye County Sheriff's Office respond to a Structure Fire this afternoon on Vicki Ann Road near CAAS Road. No injuries were reported at this time.



Nye County Gearing up to for Paper Ballots in Upcoming Election

Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf says his office is ready for election day. Nye County has decided to use paper ballots for the November 8th general election, which will require a new set of procedures. During a presentation to Nye County Commissioners, Kampf explained how the process will work, and what he's doing to ensure election integrity.



EAA Offers Free Plane Rides Over Pahrump

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) held its annual Young Eagles flights on Saturday at the Calvada Airport. News 25 caught up with John Ballard to tell us more.



Sheriff Candidates Debate About The Debate - Part 1

There were plenty of fireworks before the first question in last night’s debate between Republican candidates for Nye County Sheriff. Candidate Joe McGill first proposed a debate on October 15. But Sheriff Sharon Wehrly, who’s running for another term, wanted to change the date to September 26 and change the format to more of a question and answer session. McGill wouldn’t agree to her terms and said he wouldn’t participate. He showed up for last night’s meet and greet event for Sheriff Wehrly to just watch, but was surprised he was called up to the microphone by the Sheriff. The pair had a debate about the debate format.



Two Candidates Spar in Political Debate - Part 2

The audience at last night’s debate between Sheriff Sharon Wehrly and Joe McGill quickly learned there were some clear differences between the two candidates for Nye County Sheriff. McGill says employee morale and turnover is a big problem in the sheriff’s office. Sheriff Wehrly, meanwhile, was quick to suggest there are other factors at play.



A Family Is Hoping For Public Help In Finding A Missing Person

It’s been more than two weeks since Shaun Beasley went missing after a hike on Shadow Mountain in Pahrump. And while his family continues to hope he’ll be found alive, with each passing day they’re more concerned that won’t happen. Beasley’s sister-in-law Brittanie Beasley says despite an exhaustive search effort, there’s been no signs of him.



Two People Are Arrested For Burglary And Drugs

A call for a burglary in progress in Pahrump ends with the arrest of two people. Both now faces several charges related to that incident. Brad Francis has the details.



CASA Raises Funds To Help Kids In Foster Care

CASA or Court Appointed Special Advocates are the voice of children who are in the court system, mostly in foster care. A luau fundraiser was held over the weekend to raise funds and awareness for the important cause.



Free Airplane Rides This Saturday

If your child is interested in learning about aviation The Experimental Aircraft Association is holding its annual Young Eales event Saturday morning at the Calvada Airport off Simkins Road. News 25 spoke to John Ballard to tell us about their group.