There’s a first time for everything

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Wednesday, Aug. 16, is just another beginning to a new school year for most Beaver Dam students but for some, it is the very first day of a 13-year journey filled with curiosity that will soon be satiated with knowledge. There’s a first time for … [Read more...]

Back to school and facing challenges

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Welcome back is the message that hung overhead as students crossed the threshold to begin their 2017-18 school year at Virgin Valley Elementary School. Eager learners, ready to soak up knowledge like a sponge, filled the hallways and classrooms on … [Read more...]

Community Calendar Aug. 17-23, 2017

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“Imani” Swahili for ‘Always believe.’  Always believe that the power of education can change just about everything. Housing, education and skill training is what the dedicated team of individuals strives to provide for roughly 3,500 at risk and … [Read more...]

Parenting isn’t easy

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Being a parent isn’t easy and whether you have an absolute angel or a child that challenges you daily, extra tools and support to help you do the best job you can as a parent are always a good idea. The Salvation Army Mesquite has historically … [Read more...]

Packed up and ready to learn

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The cost of everything is going up and school supplies are no exception. School budgets are being cut, start of school supply lists are growing and parents are finding it hard to make up the difference. More than 16 million kids live in extreme … [Read more...]

Community Calendar Aug. 10-16, 2017

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Bring all your friends (60 and older) during the month of August and September to the Senior Center for lunch and receive 2 drawing tickets per friend for a chance to win a $50 gift card at the end of each month. All patrons 60 years and older are … [Read more...]

Performing for a purpose

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Imani Milele is Swahili for “Always believe.” Always believe that the power of education can change just about everything. Housing, education and skill training is what the dedicated team of individuals strives to provide for roughly 3,500 at risk … [Read more...]

Desert Spring residents request rezoning

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Residents of Desert Springs are acting to have Mohave County rezone the plot of land at exit 9, which is now being prepared for a future travel plaza.   The land at exit 9 was sold to developers approximately a year ago. The developers were trying … [Read more...]

Semi goes over embankment, driver escapes uninjured

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The call came into the Arizona Highway Patrol on Wednesday Aug. 3 at 12:18 a.m. that a truck had just gone over the guardrail on I-15 Southbound, about four miles before the Nevada Border.  The double trailer semi-truck was traveling southbound on … [Read more...]

The Mousetrap that’s sure to kill

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You’ll never be able to listen to the nursery rhyme “Three Blind Mice” quite the same way after you see the Virgin Valley Theatre Group’s version of Agatha Christie’s world’s longest running play “The Mousetrap” but putting first things first, they … [Read more...]