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Pahrump, Nevada
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July 3, 1997

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Tlaurzday, July 3, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette h -- Ch--- Ch -- Changes ) I think the trickiest thing about the word "change" is that most of us don't know how to effect it correctly. We think we can do it by changing the TV channel or changing our mind. What I have learned is that if we leave our will out of it and concentrate positively on something, it will change and become whatever we want it to be. I only want and change what can and will be changed. The Pahrump Valley Gazette closes its doors and will reopen in a more convenient location. Not a second of publication will be interfered with during this move. The purchase of this land and building will be home for the P.V.G., neighboring McDonald's and Bank of America in the heart of Pahr- ump. A new beginning for the future roots of expanding beyond into the 21st century -- one step for Nye and a giant step for the P.V.G. as Pahrump rises from a quiet place in the desert to a growth that can't be silenced. The newspaper staff will stand side by side reporting and telling it like it is ... no brag, just fact. You can keep old blue... for a price All you folks that were in Nevada before 1982 have a certain fetish you like your old blue plates. (So do I.) The blue and whites show everyone you've been around for awhile, eh? Well, under a new bill that was discussed by the Senate Transpor- tation Committee last week you may not only be able to keep them, but you may get new ones. Needless to say, they're after a few bucks in the process. The old plates are getting faded and lack luster. The new blue and white plates would have a reflective white which would make law enforcement and traffic safety a little easier, according to the proponents of the bill. A major drawback is that the Department of Motor Vehicles needs about $87,000 up front money to pay for the dyes. If the bill passes, anyone who applies for a new registration on or after January 1999 will get the new plates N but they have to ask for them or the current style will come to them. 0 There is a htxmy in self- reproach, ll'hen we blame ourselves we feel oo one else has a right to blame us. be put II I I I J virus be re- Target by Joe Richards from the Kingdom of Nye Whether you hate him or love him, he won't let you ignore him!