SW Gas requests more response from community

According to the State of Nevada, the population of Mesquite is based at 18,262 with an additional 5,000 snowbirds during the winter months as shown on the MesquiteMeansBusiness.com website. As of July 12, only 348 responses had been received by the … [Read more...]

Golf Courses provide more than just greenery

At the July 13 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Golf Mesquite Nevada Executive Director Cody Law presented his findings on the affect that Mesquite golf courses have on both the city and the local economy. Through findings conducted by an … [Read more...]

MLN kicks off 12th Annual Best of Mesquite

It is that time of year again, when local businesses start counting on the readers to tell the rest of the community how they size up to their competition. The Best of Mesquite contest has been printed this week, on page 4B, and all of the … [Read more...]

Mesquite Rotary ends year on high note

Another year has ended for the Mesquite Rotary as they celebrated at their annual dinner on June 30 at the Oasis Grill Room, 100 Palmer Lane. The theme for the year was to “Be a Gift to the World.” President Keith Buchhalter noted that one thing wa … [Read more...]

Missing Scenic woman found in Mesquite

On July 5 at about 3:20 p.m., Mohave County Sherriff’s Office (MCSO) put out a press release for an Attempt To Locate (ATL) for Mary Collins, 56 of Scenic, Ariz. who was last seen leaving her home at the 300 block of E. Highway 91 on Monday night a … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire & Rescue upgrades to Critical Care Treatment status

In a community where there is a large amount of an older population such as Mesquite, being able to provide quality care that is essential to survival is important. That’s where Critical Care Treatment certification comes into play. “When I got he … [Read more...]

Mesquite Works moving forward despite grant rejection

In a meeting of the Mesquite Works (MW) Board on June 15, it was unanimously decided by those in attendance that the dream of the Mesquite Works program would find a way to stay alive and flourish to benefit both the businesses and the community in … [Read more...]

Second Farmers Market bringing in more vendors

For nearly a year, Mesquite has patiently waited for a Farmers Market to come to Mesquite Plaza and the first one proved so successful that organizer Chris Reif has already signed on more vendors for the second one to be held June 24 at 312 W. … [Read more...]

Council goes with Travelers Insurance

The Mesquite City Council made its move at the June 15 meeting to break ties with Pool Pact, its current insurance provider through The Valley Leavitt Group, and instead go with Kaercher Insurance out of Las Vegas under Travelers Insurance coverage, … [Read more...]

Red Rooster renovation restores valley landmark

There are many places in the Virgin and Moapa Valleys that are still standing even after being built nearly 70 years ago. One of those places is the Red Rooster Bar in Overton, which is the oldest bar in the Moapa Valley, operating since the late … [Read more...]