WCFA Pets Needing People

WCFA’S featured pet is Violet:  Violet is the smallest out of a litter of four girls.  She is a very sweet, very active kitten.  Violet will need a few more weeks before she can be altered.  She will then be ready for her new forever home.  You can co … [Read more...]

City High Rollers Bowling League Updates Aug. 4, 2018

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Prince of Egypt

When you combine and emotional play with the wonders of what an outdoor amphitheater can offer, you become part of the magic. When you see Prince of Egypt at Tuacahn this summer, magic will happen for you too. Theater enthusiasts and novices will … [Read more...]

Mesquite teams bring home the Gold and Silver

In Mesquite, among the residents and visitors, you’ll find hundreds of sports enthusiasts, schools that place a high value on team sports and golfers galore so it should come as no surprise that they also have some Olympic gold and silver medalists a … [Read more...]

Community Calendar Aug.2-8, 2018

Be part of a lifesaving journey; donate blood during the Red Cross Blood Drive scheduled to be held at the Mesquite Recreation Center on Friday, Aug. 3 rom 9 a.m.-2p.m. Join three top comedians, Sebastian Cetina, Brandon “Gooch” Hahn and Dave Bre … [Read more...]

Senior Menu Aug.2-8, 2018

Thursday, Aug. 2: Sweet-N-Sour chicken, steamed brown rice, peas & carrots, fresh spinach salad, Catalina dressing Friday, Aug. 3: Pork Chili Verde, tortilla, Spanish rice, fresh salsa, pineapple Monday, Aug. 6: Stuffed bell peppers, mashed … [Read more...]

Keeping Mesquite the ‘Safest City’ is a total community effort

Mesquite, having been recently named the “Safest City in Nevada” certainly isn’t without its share of violent crime as evidenced by the two police standoffs that recently took place in this tiny little town. So what is it that makes Mesquite so safe? … [Read more...]

Alexandra “Lexi” Nehrenz-Obituary

Alexandra “Lexi” Nehrenz crossed the Rainbow Bridge in her Beaver Dam, AZ home early Tuesday morning, July 24, 2018, after a valiant fight against cancer. She was surrounded by her pack and took her final breath, before crossing, with her head cra … [Read more...]

Dangerous Barricaded Subject Taken Into Custody in Mesquite

On July 25th at approximately 7:44 p.m., Mesquite Police received information about a disturbance occurring at a residence on Bannock St.  Responding officers were advised a male suspect had forced entry into a neighboring residence then returned to … [Read more...]

Mesquite Police safely take barricade subject into custody after a 12 hour stand off

  According to Mesquite Police Officer, Sgt. Quinn Averett, The Mesquite Police received a disturbance call at approximately 8 p.m. on July 25.  The initial information, from the reporting party, was that a neighbor had forced entry into … [Read more...]