When I First held You

By Terri Schlichenmeyer “When I First held You” by various authors, edited by Brian Gresko c.2014, Berkley $15.00 / $17.00 Canada 277 pages You’ve done some scary things in your life. It’s a wonder you survived your childhood, in fact: t … [Read more...]

Adult/Junior summer bowling league starts Monday

The Virgin River Bowling Center has an opportunity for families to spend some quality time with their children/grandchildren. At the same time, the youth will be exposed to adult bowlers and in the process should become better bowlers. As with all … [Read more...]

Mesquite Nevada Named a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists

As thousands participate in Bike to Work Week nationwide, the League of American Bicyclists has announced its latest round of Bicycle Friendly Community℠ (BFC) awards, including Mesquite, Nevada at the bronze level. With nearly 40 million Americans b … [Read more...]

Senior Citizens

Power of Attorney is an legal document that gives someone you choose the power to act in your place. You can give that person as much authority as you like. The person you pick is called your agent or Attorney-in-fact. If you have a Durable Financial … [Read more...]

GAS Club players strike again

The GAS Club tournament at the Falcon Ridge Golf Course on Wednesday, June 4, was a two-man team modified Stableford format with full handicaps. Both players having to stay "in the game" to earn points. First place team monies went to Dave … [Read more...]

Relevé Revue Tomorrow

Mesquite’s award-winning dance studio, Relevé Dance Studio, will hold its Spring Revue this Saturday at the Mesquite Community Theater. The revue will feature performances in jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical, pre-dance and adult dance.  The Mes … [Read more...]

Rotenone treatment scheduled for Virgin River

The Arizona Game and Fish Department, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Virgin River Program will conduct a fish management project using rotenone in the Virgin River Gorge in southwest Utah and northwest Arizona to remove invasive red shiner … [Read more...]

Art Gallery honors volunteers in June

Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery will honor its volunteers with a special exhibition featuring their artist members. Artist members are members who volunteer a minimum number of hours each month. During the month of June, the Artist of the Month wall will … [Read more...]

Desert Dames learn local history during luncheon

Geraldine White Zarate addressed the Desert Dames women on Wednesday May 28 with an overview of the history and settling of Mesquite.  Author Zarate is a fourth generation resident of Mesquite, She chairs the Virgin Valley Historical Committee, which … [Read more...]

Don’t Bother Writing Books—It’s Not Worth It, Unless You’re Already a Celebrity: Part 1 of 4

Want to influence a lot of people? Perhaps becoming an author won't do it. I’m an author. 13 books since 1987. Lately, I’ve been wondering if writing books is really worth all the effort. I’ve come to the conclusion that, for most people, it’s just no … [Read more...]