Was It Influence or Coercion on April 12, 2014?—The “Incident” at Bunkerville

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On April 12, my wife and I left Mesquite around 9 a.m. to go to the Clark County Fair in Logandale. We saw an electronic warning sign about vehicles entering and leaving the freeway, and then we were frightened when we saw about 30 white big-ass vans … [Read more...]

Gus and Eli Return to Scenic Satellite Adoption Center

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Gus and Eli have returned to Scenic. They were the first two donkeys adopted from the Satellite Adoption Center of Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue located in Scenic AZ. They were adopted in March of 2011. The boys went to a wonderful home near … [Read more...]

Local dancers awarded first place

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Relevé Dance Studio dancers competed at the KAR (Kids Artistic Revue) in Las Vegas last weekend and represented Mesquite well. Brynley Gorman received a first place trophy for her jazz solo in the 5-6 age division. Maddie and Kenzie Gorman … [Read more...]

Two Mesquite residents become state bowling champions

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The final weekend of the Nevada State Bowling Tournament wrapped up May 10 and 11 at the Virgin River Bowling Center, bringing some medals and prize money to Mesquite competitors. The team of Broads N Bob, Debbie Hansen, Marty Wilks, Jane Burgoyne … [Read more...]

Buttler and Bounds take GAS Club Tournament by storm

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The Men’s GAS Club (Golf and Social) had a good group Monday at Falcon Ridge Golf Course. The highlight of the day was to welcome big Terry Spriggs back in the mix after all his trials and tribulations. He is looking good and taking the treatments … [Read more...]

Comedy wraps up Theatre’s season this weekend

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[slideshow_deploy id='643'] What a hoot! ''Three murders and its only Monday'' put on by The Virgin Valley Theatre group has you laughing in the first 30 seconds and keeps you glued to the stage til the very end. This comedy/spoof on private … [Read more...]

Mistakes I Made at Work

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“Mistakes I Made at Work” edited by Jessica Bacal c.2014, Plume $16.00 / $18.00 Canada 252 pages   Everybody knows what you did. It didn’t take long for word to get around, actually; you can tell by the smirks and the lack of … [Read more...]

Laughlin, Mesquite Economic Developers Meet Together

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LAUGHLIN -- Representatives of the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) and Mesquite Regional Business, Inc., (MRB) met March 31 in Laughlin, with a reciprocal visit by LEDC to Mesquite planned in the future. MRB is a local economic … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals

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[slideshow_deploy id='657'] May is National Pet Month May is National Pet Month, a time to reflect on the importance of pets and pet ownership.  National Pet Month is all about celebrating the amazing impact pets have on our lives and the joy … [Read more...]

Meals on Wheels a necessity for the community

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Being a "yesterday's kid" I am interested in the Federal budget. I want to know what the elected ones are doing for senior citizens and I want to know what they are taking away from our over 60 crowd. There have been cuts to programs for the elderly. … [Read more...]