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Nye County Treasurer and Commissioner Dist 5 Debate

4/21/2022 Nye County Treasurer and Commissioner Dist 5 Debate Nye County Republican Central Committee Raelyn Powers, Debra Strickland, William Simpson, Dee-anna Mounts,

 

 

Pahrump's Wild West Extravaganza Returns To Petrack Park

Pahrump's Wild West Extravaganza is just around the corner. And because of damage at the Pahrump Valley Museum caused by last summer's storms, this year's event is heading back to Petrack Park. Laurie McCaslin says the show has seen a lot of changes in the last 20 years.

 

 

Save A Pet - Suzette

It's time to once again meet a local shelter pet. For today's Save A Pet, we go back inside the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Suzette.

 

 

'Green Power Ranger' Jason David Frank Meets Fans At Pahrump's Hypno Comics & Games

An actor maybe best-known for his role as the Green Power Ranger made a stop at Hypno Comics and Games in Pahrump Wednesday evening. Shop owner George Chase says turnout was good, and Jason David Frank seemed to connect with fans. Jason David Frank has been at work on a new movie, Legend Of The White Dragon, which will be released early next year.

 

 

Health: Act Now For Ragweed Allergy Relief

Many people are in the midst of spring allergy misery. But if you also wrestle with ragweed in the fall, you'll want to start seeking relief now, according to Cleveland Clinic allergist Doctor Sandra Hong.

 

 

Pahrump Organizations Helping Local Dog Breeder Care For Sick, Hungry Animals

After a complaint by south side neighbors, something may be getting done about the large unlicensed dog breeding facility Pahrump’s south side. But is out of sight, out of mind, enough for these large dogs being held in a for profit facility? The caretaker of the animals was concerned that the dogs were not eating. Several animal rescue groups came forward to feed them. Desert Haven Animal Society, Nye County Animal Control, Never Forgotten Animal Rescue and Nevada Voters for Animals got involved and have been helping with the sick and starving dogs.

 

 

Nye County Voters Hear From Republican Candidates In Final Of Three Debates

Nye County voters got a chance to hear from another round of candidates Thursday evening, during the third and final Republican Town Hall Debate, held at the Bob Ruud Community Center. This time around, candidates for Nye County Commissioner districts one and four, Nye County Recorder and Nevada Assembly District 36 made their pitch to voters.

 

 

Sports with Doug Ferber

The NFL Draft is underway in Las Vegas. There's plenty of excitement surrounding that big event, but there's plenty of other sporting news to be excited about too. Here's Doug Ferber.

 

 

Save A Pet - Luna

It's time to once again meet a local shelter pet. For today's Save A Pet, we're inside the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Luna.

 

 

NCSO Continues Investigation Into Graffiti Vandalism At Ian Deutch Memorial Park

The Nye County Sheriff's Office continues to search for a fourth suspect wanted in connection with graffiti at a Ian Deutch Memorial Park and Justin Leavitt Skate Park in Pahrump. Captain David Boruchowitz says it's still unclear why the parks were the target of vandalism, but his office continues to build a case against the suspects.

 

 

Pahrump Ready To Welcome Culpepper & Merriweather Circus

The circus is coming to Pahrump. For one day only, the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus will bring its fun-filled 90-minute show to town. And the big top will soon be going up at Petrack Park. Skeeter The Clown gives us a preview.

 

 

PVHS Career Fair Helps Students Plan For Life After High School

Students at Pahrump Valley High School are getting a chance to plan for their futures. They got to learn more about options for continuing their education after high school during a recent career fair. Jennifer Hagstrom is the college and career counselor at PVHS.

 

 

Health: What To Know About COVID Long-Hauler Symptoms

If you're experiencing long-hauler symptoms after recovering from COVID-19, you are not alone. Infectious disease specialist Doctor Kristin Englund with Cleveland Clinic says many people have reported issues -- some even two years later.

 

 

Bonkerz Comedy Club Coming To Henderson's Water Street District

Bonkerz Comedy Productions got its start in Milwaukee in 1984. Today, they have more than two dozen comedy clubs across the country, including a new venue that will open in May in Henderson's Water Street District. News 25 caught up with Bonkerz founder Joe Sanfelippo at the soon-to-open club, inside The Pass Casino.

 

 

Finding The Barkers, Part 3

An Indiana couple’s vacation out west changed their lives forever. Ronnie and Beverly Barker got lost traveling through Nevada. And before search teams could find them, Ronnie had died -- inside the couple's car in a remote area in Esmeralda County. The couple's nephew, Travis Peters, says it didn't need to end that way. Peters says a flawed Nevada law and alleged inaction by local law enforcement is partly to blame for his uncle's death. We pick up the story with the couple's rescue from the mountain.

 

 

Health: Tips For Visiting Newborns During The Pandemic

Welcoming a new baby is an exciting time. New parents are eager to introduce their bundle of joy to family and friends. But what precautions should we be taking? Doctor Gina Robinson with Cleveland Clinic Children's says it's still a good idea to wear a mask around a newborn.

 

 

Student News with Louis Sposato

Students at Pahrump Valley High School will be celebrating prom at a new location. With details, here's Louis Sposato with this week's Student News.

 

 

Man Describes Harrowing Tale Of Aunt, Uncle Lost In Nevada, Part 2

Tonight we continue with our story of Ronnie and Beverly Barker who got lost in the Nevada Desert last month. On Monday, Part 1 of the 3-part series left you with a very frustrated nephew who said he could not get help from law enforcement to find his disabled elderly aunt and uncle who had been missing for days on their vacation out west. The Indiana couple was in route from Oregon to Arizona and never made it to their destination. Their nephew, Travis Peters who works for NBC says he and his cousins were calling law enforcement to get help to locate the pair, whose last ping on their cell phone was in Silver Springs, Nevada.

 

 

Sports with Doug Ferber

Last-minute preparations are in full swing for the NFL Draft, which starts Thursday in Las Vegas. But there's plenty of other sporting news too. With that, here's Doug Ferber.

 

 

Pahrump: Man Struck By Vehicle Backing Out Of Parking Space

A longtime local man was struck near his home Saturday morning on West Street. Harper says that the crash cost him a job and money fell out of his pocket and someone took it while he was being attended to by medics. Jason has had to overcome hurdles in his life suffering from a brain tumor and vision issues. This crash set him back and has affected his work. If you would like to help him, contact Jason harper on Facebook or call KPVM at 775-727-9400, Ext 201.

 

 

Man Describes Harrowing Tale Of Aunt, Uncle Lost In Nevada, Part 1

An Indiana couple’s vacation out west changed their lives forever. Their family says that it didn’t have to end tragically if they would have received help from law enforcement sooner. In our first part of three, we caught up with Travis Peters whose Aunt Beverly and Uncle Ronnie became lost in the Nevada desert after their GPS took them in the wrong direction.

 

 

Health: Do Word Games Help With Brain Health?

It seems like word games have grown in popularity over the years. They're a fun and easy way to stay entertained. But, did you know they can also help keep your brain healthy?

 

 

Save A Pet - Greg

It's time to once again meet a local shelter pet. For today's Save A Pet, we're in the yard at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Greg.

 

 

Georgia School Providing Students New Opportunities

A small, family run school is offering students in Savannah an opportunity they might never have had if not for the foresight of its founder. Understanding some students would never thrive in a traditional large school environment, she opened a school of her own, and for today’s current students, it’s been a game changer. Kim Martinez reports.

 

 

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Save A Pet - Daisy

For today's Save A Pet, Darbie introduces us to Daisy.

 

 

Health: Dad's Kidney Cancer Found During Annual Physical

An Ohio father is sharing his story after discovering he had kidney cancer during an annual physical. As Brittany Rall reports, he would've never known he was sick had he not gone in to get checked out. According to research, kidney cancer is among the ten most common cancers in both men and women. Symptoms often don't become noticeable until late in the disease.

 

 

Pahrump Animal Lovers Rally To Ensure Local Shelter Remains A No-Kill Facility

Unless something changes, Desert Haven Animal Society will no longer operate the Pahrump animal shelter when their contract ends in June. County commissioners voted to allow the county to run the shelter. Local animal lovers are concerned that could lead to a kill shelter. So they continue to push the county to reconsider. At a recent rally in Pahrump, Desert Haven supporters gathered to show their opposition to a possible kill shelter. Meantime, supporters of County Commissioner Frank Carbone, who proposed the shelter changes, held their own rally just across the street. Desert Haven Executive Director Beth Kakavulias says the timing of Carbone's rally is suspect. But Carbone claims he didn't know anything about the Desert Haven rally.

 

 

Nye County Republican Party Holds Second Of Three Candidate Debates

Nye County voters got a chance to hear from another round of candidates Thursday evening, during the Republican Town Hall Debate, held at the Bob Ruud Community Center. The second of three debates featured candidates for Treasurer, County Commission District Five, and District Attorney.

 

 

Sports with Doug Ferber

Preparations are in full swing for the upcoming NFL Draft, being held in Las Vegas. But there's plenty of other sporting news too. Here's Doug Ferber.

 

 

Save A Pet - Scooby

It's time to meet another pet available from one of our local shelters. For today's Save A Pet, we're in the yard at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Scooby.

 

 

Never Forgotten Animal Society Ready For 50's & 60's Benefit

Never Forgotten Animal Society in Pahrump is ready to take everyone back in time for a 50s and 60s Benefit, coming up next month. Never Forgotten's Maxine Brown says the event is sure to be a blast. And it's also an important fundraiser for the animal welfare organization.

 

 

K9 Search And Rescue Teams Train In Las Vegas

K9 search and rescue teams from four states come together in Las Vegas to evaluate their readiness for a real-life emergency. Brad Francis has more.

 

 

Meet The Candidate: Jose Parra For Nye County Sheriff

Several candidates want to be the next Nye County Sheriff. One of them is Jose Parra. Parra is currently a detective with the sheriff's office. He says because he sees first-hand some of the issues within the office, he has a better idea of what needs to change.

 

 

 

Health: Why Good Posture Matters While Gaming

Many kids love playing video games -- which can be a great way to stay entertained. But it's also important for parents to make sure they're taking regular breaks and keeping good posture. Otherwise, it could lead to neck pain or back pain.

 

 

Vehicle Strikes SUV, Tree In Pahrump Parking Lot

A woman loses control of her vehicle in the parking lot of a Pahrump business Tuesday afternoon, and while there was some property damage, no injuries are reported.

 

 

Woman Accused Of Child Abuse Accepts Plea Deal, Awaits Sentencing

Vicki Lynn Bachli was in front of District Court Judge Robert Lane once again with her attorney Ronni Boskovich for status check and arraignment in the case concerning children in her home that were sexually abused by several adults over a period of time. The Nye County District Attorney’s Office says the allegations included child sexual assault, incest and bestiality.

 

 

Health: Understanding The Importance Of Organ Donations

April is National Donate Life Month -- which is a time set aside each year to help raise awareness about the importance of organ donation. A majority of organ donations come from deceased donors. However, in some cases, a living donor can be another option for people needing a life-saving transplant.

 

 

Student News with Louis Sposato

There's a lot happening as the school year winds down for students in the Nye County School District. Louis Sposato has more in this week's Student News.

 

 

Sugar & Spice Pahrump Celebrating One Year Anniversary

A Pahrump bakery is celebrating an anniversary. Sugar and Spice has been baking up delicious treats for one year now. Owner Jessica Dejarnett says the shop has seen a lot happen in that year. Jessica says Sugar and Spice also offers limited catering services to local businesses, and they bake wedding cakes and custom-decorated cookies. In addition to their website and Facebook page, you can also give them a call. That number is 775-877-9410.

 

 

Easter @ Simkins Park Draws Large Crowd

After two years off due to the pandemic, an annual and very popular event returned to Pahrump this year. Organizers say they hid a record number of eggs for this year's Easter at Simkins Park. Volunteer Ryan Muccio talks about the turnout and how the event got its start.

 

 

Health: Adjusting To Life As COVID Restrictions Ease Up

While the pandemic continues, life is slowly returning to normal. And while that's a relief for many people, it can also be a bit overwhelming. Especially since some of the restrictions we've gotten used to have been in place for two years. So, what can you do to help cope?

 

 

Hundreds Attend Pahrump's Annual Community Easter Picnic

Organizers say they believe more than five hundred people turned out for this year's Community Easter Picnic, held Saturday at Petrack Park. The annual event is co-sponsored by Pahrump Holiday Task Force and Pahrump Disability Outreach Program.

 

 

Raelyn Powers Seeks Job Of Nye County Treasurer

A current employee in the Nye County Treasurer's Office says she wants the top spot. Raelyn Powers says she has the experience needed to move the county forward and address some of the issues that have plagued the department.

 

 

Save A Pet - Coco

For today's Save A Pet, we're back inside the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman introduces us to Coco.

 

 

Save-A-Pet Mink

04/15/2022 Save-A-Pet at Desert Haven Animal Society Darbie O'Donnell Westerman joins us with a wonderful cat named Mink.

 

 

Nye County Clerk and Sheriff Debate

It was standing room only Thursday night the Bob Ruud Community Center for the Nye County Republican Central Committee’s political candidates town hall meeting and debate. Hosted by NCRCC’s Bill Carns and Joe Burdzinski.

 

 

Nye County DA Explains Decision To Forward Leo Blundo Case To Attorney General

Nye County District Attorney Chris Arabia has decided to let the Nevada Attorney General's Office review a complaint against County Commissioner Leo Blundo. The sheriff's office took a report from a woman who says Blundo attacked her, then submitted that report to the DA's office for possible prosecution. But Arabia says he felt it would be more appropriate to let the Attorney General handle the case.

 

 

Health: Building A Better Easter Basket

'Here Comes Peter Cotton Tail' could mean kids hoppin' down the sugar rush trail. So how do you counteract all that Easter candy? Cleveland Clinic Children's registered dietitian Jennifer Hyland recommends choosing only a few confectionary favorites.

 

 

Pahrump's Make An Offer Shoppe Now Open In New Location

A thrift store that benefits Never Forgotten Animal Society in Pahrump has a new home. The Make An Offer Shoppe outgrew its old location, next to Never Forgotten Animal Society. Carol Whitmer says the larger space allows them to accept more donated items.

 

 

Save A Pet - Jax

It's time once again to meet a pet available for adoption from one of our local shelters. Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman joins us from Desert Haven Animal Society for today's Save A Pet.

 

 

Mom's Diner Accepting Donations To Help Long-Time Employee Paralyzed In Swimming Accident

A Pahrump man is struggling to be able to walk again, after a swimming accident leaves him with a severe spinal injury. 23-year-old Damien Rappa has worked at Mom's Diner for nearly six years. Now, his 'Mom's' family wants to help him along his road to recovery. Mom's Diner owner Brett Chumley explains what they're doing -- and how you can help.

 

 

Health: Tips For Coping With Stress In Daily Life

With the ongoing pandemic, rise in gas and food prices, plus taxes being due soon, it's easy to feel stressed out and overwhelmed. So, what can someone do to help cope? We asked psychologist Doctor Matthew Sacco with Cleveland Clinic.

 

 

Health: Tips For Coping With Stress In Daily Life

With the ongoing pandemic, rise in gas and food prices, plus taxes being due soon, it's easy to feel stressed out and overwhelmed. So, what can someone do to help cope? We asked psychologist Doctor Matthew Sacco with Cleveland Clinic.

 

 

Ask Angi: Spring Cleaning Tips

Now that the dreary days of winter are behind us, we're all looking for ways to revitalize our homes for spring. In today's Ask Angi segment, Mallory Micetich shares her top tips for spring cleaning.

 

 

Miro Klim Identified As Suspect In Pursuit, Officer-Involved Shooting On State Route 372

We now know the identity of one of the two suspects arrested after a pursuit and officer-involved shooting on State Route 372 at the Nevada-California state line late Sunday. Brad Francis has more. The Nye County Sheriff's Office is expected to release more details about the pursuit, standoff and officer-involved shooting at a news conference Wednesday morning.

 

 

Mark Kampf Ready To Tackle Role As Nye County Treasurer

During an emergency meeting Monday, Nye County Commissioners appointed Mark Kampf as interim Nye County Treasurer. Former treasurer John Prudhont abruptly resigned Saturday, effective immediately. Kampf, who's running for Nye County Clerk, says he has the skills to serve as treasurer, and says he's committed to help the community.

 

 

Pahrump Soroptimists Put Focus On Women's Health And Wellness

Nearly two dozen health care vendors were on hand for the Soroptimist International Pahrump Valley Women's Health and Wellness Fair. Soroptimist president-elect Linda Fitzgibbons says the event -- held Saturday at NyE Communities Coalition -- drew a large crowd. And they're already making plans for an even bigger fair next year.

 

 

Sports with Doug Ferber

It's time for your Tuesday sports wrap-up. Here's Doug Ferber.

 

 

Health: One Drink A Day Could Shrink Your Brain, Study Finds

A new study shows that even having just one beer or glass of wine per day can shrink your brain -- and it gets worse the more you drink. So, how can that impact a person's brain health? We asked Cleveland Clinic neuropsychologist Doctor Jessica Caldwell.

 

 

Ask Angi: Maximalist Decor Ideas

Now more than ever, people are reaching for eccentric colors and patterns when decorating their homes. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Mallory Micetich tells us all about the maximalist trend and how to make it work in your home.

 

 

Groundbreaking Program Producing Better College Graduation Rates

It’s an eleven year commitment, but the results are undeniable. For the lower-income, minority middle schoolers at Nativity Prep Academy in San Diego, the comprehensive support they receive carries them all the way through college and into their first professional job. It’s a groundbreaking project that has Nativity Prep students quadrupling the college graduation rates of their peers. Kim Martinez reports.

 

 

Student News with Louis Sposato

Prom is just around the corner for students at Pahrump Valley High School. Louis Sposato has more in this week's Student News.

 

 

California Pursuit Ends With Officer-Involved Shooting At State Line

A police pursuit in California ends at the Nevada state line, where officers open fire on two suspects. Nye County Sheriff's Office Captain David Boruchowitz says officers wanted to make sure the armed suspects did not make it into Pahrump. Boruchowitz wouldn't say if the suspects fired at Nye County officers during the shooting, saying more details will be released once officers finish processing the scene. As for a motive, Boruchowitz says deputies have spoken with the suspects, but they didn't say anything helpful.

 

 

NCSO Fields Team For Baker To Vegas Challenge Cup Relay

A team of runners from the Nye County Sheriff's Office hit the pavement this past weekend for the Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay. The 120-mile trek takes runners and support staff through Pahrump along the way. And this was the first year back for the annual event, which was canceled the last two years due to the pandemic. NCSO Lieutenant Harry Williams was one of 24 runners from the Nye County team. Of the more than 200 teams this year, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Elite Running Team took first place, with a time of just under 13 hours, 40 minutes.

 

 

Health: Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

A small study found that babies born during the first year of the pandemic showed neurodevelopmental differences at six months of age. Cleveland Clinic Children's Doctor Katherine Myers -- who was not a part of the study -- says she is not surprised by the results.

 

 

Save A Pet - Hootie

For this Monday edition of Save A Pet, we head over to Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman is hanging out in the yard with Hootie.

 

 

Health: Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

A small study found that babies born during the first year of the pandemic showed neurodevelopmental differences at six months of age. Cleveland Clinic Children's Doctor Katherine Myers -- who was not a part of the study -- says she is not surprised by the results.

 

 

Soroptimist Women's Health Fair

The Soroptimist Club of the Pahrump Valley is helping woman of all ages get in contact with area health services and providers. Saturday men woman and children can attend the annual Woman’s Health Fair.

 

 

Save a Pet

Here is Darbie hanging out with an adorable dog up for adoption at our local shelter Desert Haven.

 

 

NCSO Arrest Derrick Fisher

A parent who was upset with a Nye County School District bus driver for calling the police on his daughter, was arrested for interfering with bus service during a morning pick up of students. Halting the bus, driver, and students on the bus while he confronted the driver, according to police.

 

 

Baker to Vegas Relay Challenge

Over 8000 law enforcement officers, support staff and volunteers will be participating in this year’s Baker to Vegas Relay Challenge. This year the Nye County Sheriff’s Office is also proudly joining the group once again. We caught up with NCSO Detective Harry Williams.

 

 

Leo Blundo Investigation

Leo Blundo Criminal Investigation The Nye County Sheriff's Office confirms a criminal investigation on Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo.

 

 

Structure Fire Dove Street

An intense fire scene was quickly remediated this afternoon as fire crews stopped the blaze in its tracks in a Pahrump neighborhood.

 

 

Dick Senior Memorial Keeper Of The Well

Friends, family, the community and some real wild animals said goodbye to a man who gave his all for the betterment of our community.

 

 

NCSO Wanted Stage Stop Casino

Help Identifying Suspect Nye County Sheriff's Office deputies are seeking help from the public to identify this suspect from an auto theft at Stage Stop Casino on Stage Coach Road March 21st.

 

 

NCSO K9 Charlie Drug Bust

NCSO detectives & K9 unit Charlie seized 91 grams of cocaine and 10 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop in Tonopah on March 30th.

 

 

Nye County Sheriff's Office Reveals New Details Of Deputy's Arrest

We now know a little more about the arrest of a Nye County Sheriff's Office deputy. Joshua Weaver ended up behind bars, after the sheriff's office says he violated the terms of a temporary protection order. Per sheriff's office policy, Weaver has been placed on administrative leave pending further investigation.

 

 

Pahrump's Estate Auctions 411 To Hold Luxury Fun Estate Auction

It's not lifestyles of the rich and famous. But it might just be the next best thing. Estate Auctions 411 is putting luxury items up for bid this week as part of its Luxury Fun Estate Auction. Estate Auctions' Ron Gibson gives us a sneak peek.

 

 

NyECC Seminar To Provide Suicide Intervention Skills

In 2020, more than six-hundred people in Nevada took their own life. That's why NyE Communities Coalition wants to help train people to recognize those at risk and get them help. Later this month, NyECC will offer a free two-day seminar focused on applied suicide intervention skills training. NyECC's LeeAnn Luna says it's taken two years to get the class to our community.

 

 

Student News with Louis Sposato

The school year is winding down for students in the Nye County School District. But there's still a lot going on in the final weeks. We get more in this week's Student News.

 

 

Sports with Doug Ferber

It's a busy sports week in Las Vegas. Doug Ferber has all you need to know.

 

 

Organizers Say Thousands Enjoyed Pahrump Music Festival

The 2022 Pahrump Music Festival is in the books. The four-day festival -- which took over Petrack Park -- featured lots of food, games, merchandise, a carnival, and, of course, lots of live music. News 25 caught up with Pahrump Music Festival organizer Doug Dubin late Saturday night, when he told us he's thrilled with the turnout. Doug's already hard at work on the next big project -- the Pahrump Balloon Festival, coming up in November. For more information about that, just head to pahrumpballoonfestival.com.

 

 

Soroptimists, LVMPD Shed Light On Human Trafficking In Our Communities

Soroptimist International Pahrump Valley wants to bring attention to the problem of human trafficking. So they brought detectives from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to Pahrump, to provide some insight into human trafficking -- and explain how you might be able to help fight it.

 

 

NyECC Presents Online Opioid Crisis Summit

NyE Communities Coalition wants to bring more awareness to the problem of the opioid crisis in Nevada. NyECC's LeeAnn Luna says anyone can take part in a Zoom meeting summit, happening Thursday evening. If you missed that email to register for the opioid summit, contact NyE Communities Coalition for assistance.

 

 

Health: Drug Shows Promising Results For Serious Heart Condition

A medication used in a clinical trail is showing some promising results for people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy -- or HCM for short. The disease, which causes abnormal thickening of the heart muscle, affects between 15 and 20 million people worldwide.

 

 

Save A Pet - Raven

For this Monday edition of Save A Pet, we're back inside the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman introduces us to Raven.

 

 

Pahrump Music Festival

Doug Dubin and his crew are super excited about this year’s Pahrump Music Festival happening now, and all weekend long at Petrack Park in Pahrump.

 

 

Save-A-Pet Silvie

Darbie O'Donnell Westerman introduces us to a lovable cat named Silvie.

 

 

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