An old school house with a brand new purpose

It was built in 1924 and served as the school in Littlefield, Beaver Dam, Desert Springs and Scenic, Arizona, until 1999. Since 1999 the school house has been sitting, a ghostly and lonely reminder of the history of the community. The … [Read more...]

Pub crawl celebrates Irish heritage

Many European cities have public pub crawls that act as social gatherings for the local expatriate communities and tourists. These crawls focus on the social aspect of meeting new friends and being introduced to new bars in a strange city. On St. … [Read more...]

Mesquite Madness Bicycle Races

There’s no limit to the amount of activity you’ll see on any given day in Mesquite especially when the town is a huge draw for sports enthusiasts and active seniors. Residents expect that with the onslaught of tourists there is also an increase of tra … [Read more...]

A stroll down memory lane

A small but diverse group of citizens, wishing to enhance their knowledge and cultural beginnings of the city they call home, took a stoll down memory lane with the Mesquite Senior Games Historical Walking Tour on Saturday, March 17; some even wore … [Read more...]

Community Calendar March 22-28, 2018

The Rotary Club of Mesquite is an organization that performs services projects within Mesquite and the surrounding communities. The club holds a weekly meeting to discuss current projects, enjoy entertaining and informative programs from guest … [Read more...]

Desert Springs couple still missing

Susan and Jerry McFalls family members, neighbors, concerned friends, volunteers and Fugitive Recovery Experts all concur that they feel as if the Mohave County Sheriff’s Officers either don’t care or are too incompetent to handle the Desert Springs m … [Read more...]

Red Hot or not?

Barney Cashman is a 47-year-old happily married man with three children. He’s a successful businessman, and a man going through a midlife crisis. Sounds a bit like actor Paul Benedict without the midlife crisis, doesn’t it? Well, you’re close, Bened … [Read more...]

Stunning Art

Stunning paintings, ceramics, digital art and jewelry were on display during the month of March for the Artist’s Showcase. Several local artists covered a four by eight-foot space in the gallery which provided an eclectic floor to ceiling exhibit a … [Read more...]

Mesquite Women’s Center

Jean Watkins is without a doubt someone that anyone would have called a pioneer or trailblazer back in the day. Some people would have a different term for it today such as self-starter, go-getter or even innovator; others might even use the term … [Read more...]

Community Calendar March 15-21, 2018

Join the activities the LDS Stake Center has in store for you on Family Discovery Day, March 17, from 9 a.m. to noon.  You can enjoy the pioneer family photo booth, grandma’s recipe sampler, pioneer crafts and games and wagon rides. Learn about yo … [Read more...]