Monsoon season kicks off with light show

Anyone who was able to look out a window on the evening of July 16 would have been met with the flash of light from all around them. With monsoon season in full swing for the Mohave Desert, storms are to become more frequent, as with the past … [Read more...]

Chamber news

The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce named its June Member of the Month at their luncheon on July 12. The Rotary Club of Mesquite took home the honors this time, with the Noon Chapter current President Jake Noll and previous President Keith Buchhalter … [Read more...]

Wrong way driver dies in early morning collision

Emergency crews from Beaver Dam Fire Department and Arizona Department of Public Safety responded to mile marker 22 on northbound Interstate 15 in Arizona Monday morning for reports of a wrong way driver and collision. “At about 3:38 we received t … [Read more...]

Homecoming

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Mesquite Night Out photos

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Mesquite Works settles on location

After months of negotiations to find a location for their operations, executive board member Burton Weast announced Monday that the future home of Mesquite Works will be on the back side of Mesquite Plaza next to Virgin Valley Food Bank. "We think … [Read more...]

Coyote Charro celebrates grand opening

It's been just over a year since Mesquite's newest authentic Mexican restaurant opened at 325 N. Sandhill Blvd. and they did it in true style. With live music by Los Aereos Official and DJ Gato, El Coyote Charro celebrated Sept. 23 with plenty of … [Read more...]

Workforce Connections to open in Mesquite

It's been just three months since Nevada Workforce Connections denied both the Salvation Army and Mesquite Works in their applications for $360,000 in grant funding through the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act (WIOA) to begin a job training … [Read more...]

Water district votes to keep $120 fee

At Tuesday night’s regular Virgin Valley Water District (VVWD) meeting, the board of directors voted 4-1 to keep the Will-Serve letters and fees at $120 per year ($10 per month) per EDU on underperforming developers. After the last meeting on August 1 … [Read more...]

Overton Power District gives to schools

On August 24 Virgin Valley High School Principal, Cliff Hughes, left, accepted a check from Overton Power District’s Public Affairs Specialist Keith Buchhalter, and Manager of Transmission and Distribution Operations Bruce Hughes, in the amount of $ … [Read more...]