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2 Thursday, November 6, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette 77e Pahrump Valley Gazette, formerly known as tt Death Val ley Gateway Gazette. (ISSN #07467419L established July 22, 1983, adjudicated as a legal news- paper of general circulation July 10, 1985, is published wkty on Thursday by Goldfidd Group Pub- lishers, Inc. Editorial, production. and advertising offices at the 1570 E. Hwy 372, Pahrump, Nevada 89048. Telephone 702/727-5583 or FAX 702/727-7192. Periodical postage paid at Pahrump, Nevada and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: send address changes to The Pahrump Valley Gazette. P.O. Box 97795, Las Vegas, Ne- vada 89193. For billing or sub. seription inquiries please tele- phoneS00/682-2640. Copyrights: No part of this publication may be copied or reproduced by aay means without the express written per- minion ofthe Publishers. Included are photos, stories, staffproduced advertisements,columns, cartoons and all other materials. All rights reserved by The Pahrurap Valle Gazette. Editorial Policy Opinions of the Pahrump Valley Gazette columnists are their own and do not necessar- ily reflect those of the Gazette staff or management. Letters Policy We welcome letters to the editor. Letters must be signed, with the writer's address and telephone number included. Unsigned letters will not be published. Short, concise let- ters are preferred. Letters will be edited for length and libel. Mail to 1570 E. Hwy 372, Pah.arap, NV 8f,8 Northern and Central Nevada Friday through Sunday...Dry with tem- peratures cooling to near normal by Satur- day. Lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Highs in the upper 50s and 60s. Southern Nevada Friday through Sunday...Dry, Lows in the mid 40s to mid 50s. Highs in the 70s to lower 80s. California Desert Areas Friday through Sunday...Fair skies. Lows from the mid 20s Owens Valley to the up- per 50s Death Valley. Highs from the mid 60s Owens Valley to the 80s Death Valley: More quakes jolt the area... Continued from front page David Hill, chief scientist for the U.S. Geological Survey, stated that the quake, although only 47 miles from Mammoth Lakes, Calif., was not part of the Mammoth Lakes earthquake swarms being recorded since last 2uly. However, Hill did reveal that the Mammoth Lakes area is recording an increased uplift in the Long Valley Caldera, a volcanic area, in the past several months. "This indicates the movement of magma be- neath the surface," Hill told KIBS radio in Bishop. Hill iiiii ii i "The state of Nevada is the third most seismologically active state in the United States" Ill II Ill further stated that there was no immediate cause for concern, however, "it does have our attention." The Nevada quake was preceded by a 4.3 magnitude foreshock at 12:34 a.m. Sunday, November 2, and was followed by a rich aftershock sequence that included eight earthquakes above magnitude 3. This sequence included a4.8 at 7:03 a.m. and a 4.2 at 8:22 a.m. There have been several hundred aftershocks recorded that were smaller than a 3 magnitude. The southcentral Nevada earthquake follows a 4.0 earth- quake that occurred 14 miles north of Bishop, Calif., on October 29, and another swarm of 3-plus earthquakes that occurred near Hawthorne, Nev. several weeks ago. The quake was the largest to strike Nevada since a 6.0 struck Gardnerville, near Reno, in 1994. The state of Nevada is the third most seismologically active state in the United States, following California and Alaska. The areas from Reno to southcentral Nevada, includ- ing Tonopah and Goldfield, are considered highly active and rate a risk of "4" on a scale of four by the Federal Housing Administration. PVG staff reporters contributed to this story. SUPER STOVE SALEV ome 'Join Us ....  .... 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