Panther Girls Shine at Wells Classic

Pahranagat Valley girls began the season well at the WREC classic in Wells last weekend. They took the measure of Whittell on Thursday, 46-17, then had two close wins on Friday, 48-41 over Eureka and 48-42 over Wells and concluded things with a 47-38 … [Read more...]

Panther Boys Open Season 3-1

A bad fourth quarter was the undoing of Parhagatant Valley boys in their first game Nov. 30 at the Wells Rural Electric Classic. However, the team regrouped and won all three of their remaining games.  On Thursday though, they lost to Whittell … [Read more...]

Academic Olympics

A correct answer in a sudden death tiebreaker gave Pahranagat Valley second place in the 2017 1A Academic Olympics at Eureka High School on Nov. 20. Pahranagat Valley High School teacher and team coach Eric Hansen said the  kids had qualified for … [Read more...]

Panther Wrestling Looks for a Solid Season

Pahranagat Valley Coach Brad Loveday begins his 20th year with the wrestling team. Five wrestlers return from last year’s squad and Loveday says he feels, “This team will be very good at the lower weights and the heavier weights, with a hole in the … [Read more...]

Local Commissioners Attend Washington D.C. Meeting

County Commissioners Varlin Higbee and Jared Brackenbury traveled to Washington, D.C., on Nov. 2-3 for meetings with undersecretaries of all of President Trump’s cabinet members. It was a special invitation for the state of Nevada only, Higbee s … [Read more...]

Judge Roscoe Wilkes,

Pioche-raised Roscoe Wilkes became a respected judge and district attorney in Lincoln County. Not too many local veterans of U.S. military service have published stories of their wartime experience, but the late Judge Wilkes did. One, in … [Read more...]

Structure Fire Damages Home

A structure fire Nov. 13 at the home of Mary Buck in the Beaver Dam Estates resulted in about $10,000 to $20,000 worth of smoke damage. Panaca Fire Chief Kerry Lee said the call came in at 4 a.m. Caliente Volunteer Fire Department responded with … [Read more...]

Condemned Buildings Finally Demolished

Two condemned buildings on the corner of Main and Lacour Streets in Pioche have been torn down and the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is backfilling the site with dirt. County District Attorney Daniel Hooge explained that the … [Read more...]

Pvhs Hoops Star Signs College Letter of Intent

Pahranagat Valley senior Culen Highbe is changing animal skins when he goes off to college. He’ll be going from a Panther to a Badger. After graduation in May, he is headed to Snow College in Ephraim, Utah to play for coach Robert Nielson, who has g … [Read more...]

New Coach Leads Panther Boys Basketball

There’s a new head coach for the boy's team, but he’s a familiar name the players all know. Looking at the 2017-18 campaign, Michael Strong, Jr. takes the reins from his father. The younger Strong, who played for his father on Pahranagat’s 2006 cha … [Read more...]

Pahranagat Valley Recaptures State Title

The goal all season was to recapture the Class 1A state football title they lost last year. And Pahranagat Valley did just that, capping a perfect season and avenging the loss to the same team from last year with a 68-18 thumping of Spring Mountain … [Read more...]

Committee Formed to Select New Emergency Management Coordinator

County commissioners have selected Nathan Katschke and Jared Brackenbury to form a selection committee to go through any applications submitted for the position of County Emergency Management Coordinator and also County District Fire Chief. … [Read more...]

Wild Horse Problem Remains an Issue

In 2016, the Record ran a story about the wild horse problem in Lincoln County as well as much of the western United States. The problem has not gotten any better, but with the change of administration in Washington at the Department of the Interior, … [Read more...]

Lady Panthers Defend State Volleyball Title

Pahranagat Valley’s Ginger Whipple has been coaching volleyball for at least 35 seasons. She freely admits she really doesn’t know for sure. And there has been speculation that the legendary coach might be stepping down in leading the Panthers’ pro … [Read more...]

Panthers Rout Whittell in Semifinal

After spotting Whittell a touchdown on their opening possession, Pahranagat Valley then proceeded to roll up 54 unanswered points and shut down the Warriors to take a 54-6 win at the 1A state semifinal game in Alamo last week. Preston Higbee threw … [Read more...]

Marijuana Grow Arrest Update

During a dawn raid on an illegal marijuana grow east of Mt. Wilson on Sept. 22, one person was captured and three others escaped. However, County Sheriff Kerry Lee said all three surrendered within 36 hours to private citizens rather than having to … [Read more...]

Playoffs Set for Lincoln and Pahranagat Valley Teams

In both football and volleyball, Lincoln County and Pahranagat Valley teams are involved this week in their respective league playoffs. In volleyball, the four-team 2A Southern League tournament takes place at Laughlin High tomorrow.    Lincoln … [Read more...]

Halloween Carnival

Pahranagat Valley High School students held their annual Halloween Carnival at the multi-purpose room at the school on Oct. 28. It was a little earlier than usual, for it is normally done on Halloween night, but none of the kids minded. The … [Read more...]

Firefighter Graduation Ceremonies

Graduation ceremonies were held last Saturday at the fire station in Panaca for those who had completed the Firefighter I and Firefighter II programs. Panaca fire chief and County Sheriff Kerry Lee said there was a good group of people on hand for … [Read more...]

Panthers Blank Beatty

Suffering a shutout in football is like getting a pretty good bloody nose. And  Pahranagat Valley gave Beatty a bloody nose last Friday on their Senior Night with a 44-0 drubbing.  It also clinched the Class 1A Southern League title for PVHS for t … [Read more...]