MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PITCH, HIT & RUN COMPETITION

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The City of Mesquite Athletics & Leisure Services Department in partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB). We will host a free event The Scotts, Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Competition for the local youth Boys & … [Read more...]

Janice Jones-Obituary

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Janice Jones, 65, passed away unexpectedly March 16, 2017 in Mesquite, NV. She was born Nov. 7, 1951 in Las Vegas, NV to Charles Hale & Vera (Lee) Woods. Janice lived her entire life in Mesquite. She spent 1 year at Southern UT State College … [Read more...]

Arrest Report March 12-18, 2017

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Statistics supplied by Mesquite Police Department. Disclaimer: These names were reported in the Mesquite Police Department’s arrest report released March 20, 2017. Persons should be presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Abrahante, … [Read more...]

Light up Run

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The Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services along with the One80light organization is hosting the first annual LIGHT UP THE NIGHT 5k & 10K Run. This event will be held on Friday, May 5 from 7 p.m. to midnight at The Mesquite Sports … [Read more...]

Bowling league updates

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Bowling League updates

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Reid Gardner Generating Station shut down

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In a press release on March 16, NV Energy announced that the fourth and final unit of the coal-fired Reid Gardner plant in Moapa was shut down, no longer providing energy to the Southern Nevada electric grid. Originally, the closure was scheduled … [Read more...]

Keyhole Canyon Archeological Site Hike

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by Tom Garrison © 2017 Tom Garrison My wife Deb and I have visited numerous rock art sites in our 25+ years of desert exploring. They are appealing—art pecked into stone (petroglyphs) or in some cases painted (pictographs). The art takes … [Read more...]

Bowling league updates

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The Silver State Flour Mill

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Dennis Cassinelli         Like many people in western Nevada, I have a few choice pieces of antique yard art at my home to remind me of the rich, cultural heritage of our area. Some people have a weathered wagon wheel or perhaps a rusty old mine car … [Read more...]