What's Happening in Lincoln County, NevadaStudents and teachers have the week off.  Let’s see what else the first full week of spring will bring.


Pioche should see temps in the high 50s starting to start the week off and continue to warm up to the high 60s by Sunday.  It will be partly cloudy most of the week with winds between 6 and 15 mph.

Caliente and Panaca will begin the week in the mid 60s and reach the low 70s by Sunday.  It will be partly cloudy, and wind speeds will be between 4 and 14 mph.

Pahranagat Valley  can expect to be in the high 60s to start the week and the high 70s by Sunday.  There will be lots of sunshine throughout the week and breezes between 4 and 11 mph.

There is little-to-no chance of precipitation throughout the county.


Spring break starts today.  There will be no school for the rest of this week.

On Monday, LCHS baseball and softball will be playing in White Pine with games starting at 1 p.m.

Tuesday, PVHS baseball will be playing in Beatty. Games will start at 1 p.m.


The Lincoln Communities Action Team will meet Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at the Cooperative Extension Office in Caliente.  The meeting will also be fed to the PVHS library in Alamo.


Tuesday and Thursday, the Pahranagat Valley Senior Center will have their Senior Center Exercise Classes at 9 a.m.

On Thursday, the Pahranagat Valley Senior Center will be having a potluck at 6 p.m.

On Friday, The Caliente Senior Center will have Friday Crafters starting at 6 p.m.

The senior centers throughout the county have a variety of weekly events.  Check the calendar on the LCCentral.com homepage to view dates, events and times.


On Wednesday, the Pahranagat Valley Library will have Story Time at 3 p.m.

Editor’s Note: These weekly updates and the Lincoln County Community Calendar are designed to keep you informed on important “happenings” throughout the county.  We need your help to make sure these resources are as complete as possible.  Please contact us any time if you have events to add or if you see something needing correction.  We also ask for your feedback on whether these resources are useful and how we can make improvements. Thanks for being involved!