Golden West sold to Vegas-based pub chain

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In a meeting on June 1, employees with Golden West Restaurant and Casino were informed that their current owners, TLC Mesquite Gaming LLC, have sold the establishment pending approval with the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The company is a subsidiary … [Read more...]

Crowds needed for Long Drive airing

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It has been three long years since Mesquite benefited from the World Long Drive competition and now it’s back. Qualifying rounds have been happening since Saturday and hundreds of competitors from across the globe have flocked to Mesquite to … [Read more...]

New library breaks ground

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Approaching triple digit weather, many community members and former city officials came together with Mesquite’s current administration to welcome Mesquite’s newest library as it begins its building process. Officials and Trustees with the Las … [Read more...]

Youth Center sets summer hours

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Starting June 1, the DaySprings Youth Center will be open to teens ages 13 – 18 Mondays through Saturdays from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. Volunteers are still being sought to help in various shifts and can apply by calling 702-427-3854. The center hosted … [Read more...]

Economic Development Week declared a success

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May has been a busy month for Mesquite Regional Business, as CEO Rachel Dahl lit up the businesses in Mesquite for International Economic Development Week 2017 as structured by the International Economic Development Agency. What was nationally … [Read more...]

FEMA outfits CERT with needed supplies

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Representatives with the City of Las Vegas Emergency Management office donated 13 fully supplied backpacks and other much needed supplies to the Mesquite Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) during a luncheon on May 15. Each bag is valued at … [Read more...]

Charter moves on to final steps

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The Nevada Assembly on Government Affairs Committee met on May 18 and unanimously passed SB56, also known as the new Charter for the City of Mesquite. “At some point this week, it should go to the full Assembly for a vote,” said Warren Hardy, … [Read more...]

Mesquite opens new cemetery

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The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce joined with the City of Mesquite officials and community members to welcome a new cemetery, which has opened phase one of three. Upon completion, the cemetery will cover over 18 acres. Phase one has cost the city … [Read more...]

Fire Season in the Virgin Valley

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It has been a chaotic two weeks for local fire departments as multiple structures and incidents have added to their already busy workload. On May 16, Mesquite Fire Rescue had responded to a porch fire on Hafen Lane, which had been put out before … [Read more...]

DaySprings Ranch Youth Center expands for summer

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The DaySprings Ranch Youth Center located at 211 First South Street Suite C will be holding a Carne Asada dinner fundraiser on June 3 from 5 – 7 p.m. sponsored by Living Waters Fellowship. Cost for dinners are $15 per adult, $7 per child ages 6 – … [Read more...]