Council declares April 2017 Child Abuse Prevention Month

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During the regular meeting for the Mesquite City Council on April 11, Mayor Al Litman presented a proclamation to the Exchange Club of Mesquite declaring April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Exchange Club, which is celebrating its twentieth … [Read more...]

Breitfeller wins scholarship to pursue degree

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Advancing ones education usually leads to better jobs and wages. Thanks to Stevens-Henager College in St. George, one Mesquite resident has just taken the next step in his journey to obtaining a Business Administration degree. John Breitfeller … [Read more...]

Lottery winner claims millions

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It’s true, a local resident has claimed his winnings from the Arizona Lottery Powerball drawing on April 1. The winner made the drive to Phoenix on April 5 and claimed his prize. While he has requested to remain anonymous, the MLN has confirmed he … [Read more...]

Primex invests in Mesquite Works

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As part of a business challenge, Primex Plastics made a generous donation to several members of the Mesquite Works board and their volunteers on April 5, with a check of $1,000 to go towards their operating and training efforts. “It is absolutely … [Read more...]

Expo

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Hundreds of Sun City residents showed up to learn about many of Mesquite’s businesses at a special Sun City Business Expo on March 30 held at the Sun City Recreation Center. With over 60 businesses, residents learned about everything from insurance … [Read more...]

Whose hydrant is it anyway?

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It’s something that many take for granted. Fire hydrants. They are everywhere, on every street, around every corner. But does anyone realize what it takes to make sure those hydrants are optimized at all times to ensure that the fire … [Read more...]

Veterans still selling bricks

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Although it has been four months since the giant golden eagle was dedicated to Veterans Memorial Park on Hillside Road, the work to finish the corner continues. Personalized bricks are continuing to be sold to help pay for the statue itself and … [Read more...]

ERA ribbon cutting

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  The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce celebrated seven new members, all real estate agents, at a ribbon cutting led at the Mesquite ERA Brokers Consolidated office at 550 W. Pioneer Blvd. Ste. 100 on March 30. Each agent had their own bow and was … [Read more...]

Over 70 Authors to join for Author Palooza

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The Rising Star Sports Ranch will be hosting the second annual Author Palooza on April 8 from noon to 5 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom at 333 N. Sandhill Blvd. and promises to showcase over 70 authors from around the country, including local authors. A … [Read more...]

Are you the winner?

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It was no April fool’s joke on Saturday, someone who purchased an Arizona Powerball ticket at the Scenic General Store, 2960 Scenic Blvd., is $60 million richer. This is the first time in nearly five years that someone has hit the jackpot in the … [Read more...]