Mesquite-Toes to Host Open House

The Mesquite-Toes Tap Team., under the direction of creative director, Vicki Eckman, is about to begin their fall dance season in October.  They will start the season with an open house in their newly renovated dance studio. All members of the … [Read more...]

Theatre holding auditions Sept. 24 and 25

The Virgin Valley Theatre Group will have open auditions for their production of All My Sons. Auditions will run September 24 & 25 from 6 - 9 p.m. at the Mesquite Community Theatre, Green Room (Room 15), 150 N Yucca Street. The show will … [Read more...]

Mammovan to Visit Mesquite

The Nevada Health Center's Mammovan will once again be visiting Mesquite on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, from 7:45 am - 2:00 pm; it is available to everyone needing a mammogram. The van will be parked adjacent to the Mesquite Cancer HELP … [Read more...]

Moapa community meetings to address mosquito issues today

The Southern Nevada Health District and Clark County Emergency Management will host two community meetings in Moapa to discuss mosquito surveillance and abatement related to the recent flooding. The meetings are scheduled for Monday, Sept. 22 at 3 … [Read more...]

High Rollers survive week 3

9/18/14 - CITY HIGH ROLLERS 1. Fore Bowlers 11-1 2. The What Knots 10-2 3. A.C.T. 9.5-2.5 4. Senior Strikers 9-3 5. Madame 9 9-3 6. Movin’ On Up 8.5-3.5] 7. Just for the Fun of It 8-4 8. Mighty Micks 7.5-4.5 9. Sidewinder 7.5-4.5 10. Spare M … [Read more...]

MCSO Blotter Sept. 22, 2014

2X’S DUI – LITTLEFIELD (AZ STRIP) Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Rafael Omar Islas, 38, of St George, Utah,Thursday (9/18) evening for DUI and DUI with a blood alcohol concentration over .08%,misdemeanors.  Approximately 9:50 p.m., deput … [Read more...]

Fine Arts Invitational Exhibition ends next Saturday, Sept. 27

Stop by the gallery at 15 W Mesquite Boulevard during normal business hours, Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Saturday, to view over 160 works of art from participating artists! For more information, contact the gallery at … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals Sept. 19, 2014

Remember Me Thursday and National Dog Week? Celebrated the last full week of September each year, National Dog Week dates all the way back to 1928. What does this mean for you? Nothing. This week isn't about you, it is all about dogs. Get your … [Read more...]

Not what I expected

Have you ever read a book or article and when you were finished reading, you find yourself saying to yourself, that is not what I expected.  This is not uncommon and why would that be? The lead in line or first sections of a chapter of a story may … [Read more...]

Seniors

If the aging population will use the resources that are available to them, senior citizens can be power houses. The mental image of the smiling, helpless, wrinkled skin, slow moving human being setting in the corner waiting to be rescued is out of … [Read more...]