Mudd Volleyball Saturday

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It’s time for the 4th Annual Mudd Volleyball Tournament sponsored by the Mesquite Nevada Rotary on April 29. The event will again be held in the dirt field next to the Eureka Hotel, 275 Mesa Blvd. Thanks to Reliance Connects, the pits are deeper at … [Read more...]

Making Our Town Better

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It has been four years since Lupe Guzman and Virgin Valley Elementary School Principal Cathy Davis began working on a passionate goal for the kids who live here: to read at a third grade level by the time they reached third grade. Thanks to the … [Read more...]

VVHS has first career fair in years

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On April 21, Mesquite Works and the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department at Virgin Valley High School had a career fair for the junior and senior classes in the Kirk Brotherson Gym. This is the first time there has been a career fair for … [Read more...]

MRB gears up for Economic Development Week

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At the April 12 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Mesquite Regional Business CEO Rachel Dahl accepted the March Member of the Month Award and invited local businesses to be a part of the upcoming Economic Development Week, May 8-13. Economic … [Read more...]

New Library breaks ground May 24

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Photos 1-4 are screenshots from the virtual tour online.   The speaker for the April 12 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was principal architect Sean Coulter, of Simpson Coulter Studio. He spoke with visual teasers of what … [Read more...]

It only took a minute

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The Las Vegas-Summerlin Lions Club, which has adopted Mesquite for the past few years, held its annual Easter egg hunt at Marilyn Redd Park on April 15. Sixteen volunteers with the club strategically placed 2,500 plastic eggs filled with candy and … [Read more...]

Rooster Cottage

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Rooster Cottage Consignments celebrated their sixth year in business on April 8 with a Customer Appreciation Day and art show featuring artists from the Virgin and Moapa Valleys. Over 20 artists showed up and braved the winds atop of the hill where … [Read more...]

Clark County Sales Tax Increased

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In case you haven't noticed, several things are costing just a little more nowadays. Beginning April 1, the sales tax on items Clark County increased from 8.15 percent to 8.25 percent. While it is literally pennies in most cases, businesses who … [Read more...]

Know your Brands – Beware of Scam

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There is a new scam making its way into your mailbox this week. Thanks to a local reader, the Mesquite Local News has learned of a new scam that has been around for a while, but may be coming into the area this week. It’s a Priority Mail … [Read more...]

DaySprings opens with warm community welcome

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As in true Mesquite fashion, the newest facility for the local youth received a grand reception on April 7 as DaySprings Ranch Youth Center opened its doors for the first time to nearly 150 teens and community leaders. The center, located at 221 … [Read more...]