community calendar June 8-14, 2017

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Rub a Dub Dub- It’s Wash Day at the Museum. Saturday, June 10th, you will have the pleasure of experiencing pioneer-style chores. The activity will be held in the backyard of the Museum. This family-friendly activity will start with a short … [Read more...]

cartoon 6-8-17

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JL Bowler developing great leaders

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When you have a great school leader like Christopher Jenkins, you get classrooms full of eager young minds that are going to be trying a lot of new things, all of which will teach them to be better students, children and life participants. Great … [Read more...]

Fine art with a clay palette

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The Mesquite Fine Arts Center would like to recognize Patricia Nay as the June Artist of the Month. Nay has been painting, sculpting and drawing since she was a young child and has created art in those mediums, in some manner since. Raising … [Read more...]

Barricade Suspect safely taken into custody

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On June 5 at approximately 9p.m., Mesquite Police Officers were dispatched to a residence on First South St. Multiple people had called 911 to report a male was standing on the sidewalk in front of his residence and shooting a handgun into the … [Read more...]

Phoenix (Rising from the Ashes) Benefit

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  Some of our community members lost their home and everything they own. The family needs to raise funds to move a mobile home that has been donated to them. The cost of moving the home can range from $3,000-$5,000. We're asking the community … [Read more...]

Gigi Higgins Takes It All in Mesquite Gaming’s 15th Annual Mesquite Amateur Golf Tournament

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Gigi Higgins, of Cape Coral, Florida, took home the coveted trophy for the annual Mesquite Amateur tournament presented by Mesquite Gaming. Higgins, shooting a net 67, is the first to win a low gross score for all four rounds and win the overall … [Read more...]

Evolve Pest Control’s Musician of the week

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2017 Beaver Dam Graduates

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Beaver Dam students are finished with their primary educational experiences and are ready to move on to life and or secondary studies in either a trade school or college. On Friday, May 26 the 2017 senior class graced the halls of the high school … [Read more...]

Repeal and replace the high cost of healthcare

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Whether you support the Affordable Healthcare Act or you’re screaming for repealing and replacing it, you’ve got to realize that any U.S. President, whoever he/she may be, will be hard pressed to come up with any solutions for the insurance companies … [Read more...]