Beyond Blessed

On Friday, Nov. 6, crews with the Mesquite Fire Department presented a check for $2,420.87 to Yoli Bell, the founder and organizer of the Mesquite Cancer Help Society (MCHS), from efforts during their “Pink Boot Drive.” The drive was new to the com … [Read more...]

Equity Title abruptly closes doors

Equity Title has announced that effective Monday, November 9, they are closed for business in Mesquite. According to Tracy Ruccia, Executive Vice President, County Manager of Equity Title, specific details were unavailable due to contract … [Read more...]

2015 Veteran’s Day Slideshow

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Taking Care of Business, the EOC way

Mesquite Fire Chief Kash Christopher is only halfway through his second year in the position but already he’s making changes that will benefit the City for years to come. The Mesquite Local News took an inside look at his most recent project, t … [Read more...]

Mesquite’s Halloween in Pictures

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Mesquite resident wins big check

Betty Haines, far right, was presented a check for $1,000 by Mesquite Rotary representative Linda Gault, left, and President Keith Buchhalter, center, during the Rotary’s luncheon Tuesday. Haines won the money at the annual Glow in the Dark Ball Drop … [Read more...]

Symphony to feature Swiss Exchange Student

As the Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra prepares for its third season, they welcome a special violinist who has travelled all the way from Switzerland. Milena Amhof arrived to her host home in Moapa Valley back in August to attend Moapa … [Read more...]

City moves forward with liquor fee impact survey

During the Oct. 27 City Council meeting, the audience was presented with a summarized look at what the current governing administration has in mind for the next five years for Mesquite according to discussions at a July 30 strategic planning retreat … [Read more...]

Wrong pedal leads to shattered glass

As of Tuesday morning, there was a boarded up wall on the side of Jensen Property Management, 114 N. Sandhill Blvd Ste A. as a reminder of the events from the day before. While attempting to park in the closest spot to the office at about 3:15 … [Read more...]

First annual light parade set

It’s something new to Mesquite, but not a new idea. It’s something that is mystical, beautiful and although it can happen any time of year, the Christmas Holiday season is the most common time to find them. Light Parades. A dream held by so man … [Read more...]