VVHS “Spring Fling” showcases student skills

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Students of Virgin Valley High School are ready to show off their skills as they host a “Spring Fling.” The community is invited to enjoy a delicious student-prepared dinner and an evening of top-notch student entertainment on Tuesday, March 21, 6-9 … [Read more...]

Symphony Wows the House

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The Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra is a dream fulfilled for its growing number of musicians and their appreciative sold-out audiences. The 3-year-old orchestra has hit its stride. On Saturday, Feb. 18, SNSO performed its winter concert, “Voices … [Read more...]

VVWD ties up details and prepares for rules update

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The Virgin Valley Water District Board dealt with only two actionable items at its Feb. 21 meeting, The short agenda, however, has significance for current and future development within the district. Upon finalizing a letter to owners of unbuilt … [Read more...]

“La Dolce Vita” raises funds for MCHS

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“La Dolce Vita” will be an elegant evening of delectable desserts, sparkling champagne and refreshments, beautiful music and light conversation. With a focus on vitality, hope, and the sweetness of life, the evening’s purpose is to raise funds for … [Read more...]

VVWD Board awards two contracts to Mesquite General Contracting

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The Virgin Valley Water District Board (VVWD) moved through a project-packed agenda on Feb. 7, awarding two major contracts to low bidder Mesquite General Contracting. Mesquite General was named to construct the Virgin River Transmission Line … [Read more...]

Virgin Valley Water District

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The Virgin Valley Water Board breezed through a short agenda on Jan. 3.  The first order of business was administering the oath of office to new director Travis Anderson, representative for Mesquite, and Nephi Julien, re-elected for a second term … [Read more...]

A bright evening for Mesquite charities

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A dozen local charities benefited while hungry diners enjoyed Pasta Night at the Eureka Town Square on Tuesday, Dec. 13.   Eureka Community Initiative hosted a Charity Boutique during buffet dinner hours, giving Mesquite’s volunteer organizations an … [Read more...]

A little help from friends

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As shoppers hurried in an out of Smith’s Thursday afternoon, Dec. 8 they were treated to a wonderful Mesquite tradition. Eddie Gutierrez and Art Hammerschmidt were ringing the Salvation Army bell and dispensing good cheer. These men are two of … [Read more...]

Studio 31 Offers Pottery Classes

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A very busy group of people gather in downtown Mesquite to play with clay.  Some are there for the fun of it, remembering how they enjoyed making clay objects as kids.  Some feel the need to keep their hands and minds working to stave off personal … [Read more...]

Gallery Christmas Boutique has gifts for all

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The Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery has a flair for displaying art that appeals to all.  This perhaps stems from the fact that Virgin Valley Artists Association, the gallery operator, boasts over 200 members.  Somewhere among that collection of talent and … [Read more...]