Free High School Equivalency classes to be held in Mesquite

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  The College of Southern Nevada will be offering a free High School Equivalency (HSE) Math Class at the Mesquite center beginning April 17. The class will run Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. through June 1. Requirements to … [Read more...]

Record crowds support donkey rescue

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The 4th Annual Donkey Jamboree was held at the Golden West Restaurant & Casino, 91 E. Mesquite Blvd., on March 4, sparking the interest of locals as well as those from as far away as Los Angeles. “We had several people here from Las Vegas, too,” … [Read more...]

Lanterns bring thousands, leave trash

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On Saturday, Feb. 25, thousands of people travelled from near and far to attend a Lantern Festival at the Mesquite MX Park in Littlefield, Arizona. The festival is becoming a popular event that allows people to purchase a paper lantern that will … [Read more...]

Contractor Fair Thursday morning

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A Subcontractor's Fair will be held at the Mesquite Library on Thursday, March 2 at 8 a.m. for all companies wanting to obtain bid information on the construction for the new library. The project will be going to bid soon, and all local … [Read more...]

America’s game brings normalcy to the blind

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Imagine this: You’re going about your day, everything is great. Perhaps you take a ride with some friends and maybe go out for some target practice with your shotguns. Then, the unimaginable happens. Suddenly, you hit the ground in pain, you … [Read more...]

New set of reps for local gym club

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The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce celebrated new ownership and management at Anytime Fitness with a ribbon cutting on Feb. 23. Along with the established 24-hour access to nearly every kind of exercise equipment, Terrie MacArthur will be providing … [Read more...]

Charter moves to second step

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Update: 2/24/17 @ 1:15 p.m.: SB 56 has passed the Work Session with a unanimous vote of 5-0 to move on to the full Senate next week. Senator Joe Hardy will be presenting the bill on the floor for that hearing. We will publish an update as soon as … [Read more...]

White Rock Rd. Closed

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The back road to Scenic, Arizona. will be closed to through traffic until April 21 as Clark County improves a three-mile stretch to the Nevada/Arizona Border. The construction will begin at the point where pavement ends for White Rock Road to the … [Read more...]

City Charter to go before Legislators

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On Wednesday, Feb. 22, Mayor Al Litman, City Attorney Bob Sweetin and City Charter Committee member Burton Weast attended and testified at a hearing in Carson City before the Senate Committee on Government Affairs to determine if the proposed Charter … [Read more...]

Memory Matters to serve Southern Nevada

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With a high population of residents in their golden years, it’s fortunate Mesquite is now being serviced by a Southern Utah non-profit group, Memory Matters. Under the direction of David Moore, who was instrumental in bringing the Relay for Life … [Read more...]