Mudd Volley Ball

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Remember the TV show a while back “Dirtiest Jobs with Mike Rowe?” Rowe would go out to job sites and do some of the dirtiest jobs employees in all lines of work had to perform. Some made the viewers very glad they never had to do them! There’s a … [Read more...]

Winter weather bursts balloons but not spirits

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After six balloon festivals and more than a few failed attempts at Balloon Flight during the festivals, the question in many minds’ is, “Why do they keep holding the Balloon Festival in Jan. if the weather doesn’t usually cooperate?” There is a … [Read more...]

Mesquite Gaming calls on volunteers in the community for its annual Mesquite Hot Air Balloon Festival

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Mesquite Gaming calls on volunteers in the community for its annual Mesquite Hot Air Balloon Festival to be held Jan. 20 – 22, 2017 at CasaBlanca Resort. Volunteers are essential to the successful operation of the hot air balloon event and will … [Read more...]

Mesquite-Toes Spring into the New Season

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Starting the first Wednesday in January, the Mesquite-Toes spring into work on the dances for the Spectacular Show which will feature music and dance from the Disney movies. Everyone is invited to join us, either male or female, performing or … [Read more...]

Mesquite Gaming signs on as Mesquite Senior Games title sponsor

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Mesquite Gaming, owner of CasaBlanca Resort-Casino-Golf-Spa and Virgin River Hotel/Casino/Bingo is pleased to be the title sponsor of the 2017 Mesquite Senior Games, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the health and fitness of men and … [Read more...]

Kettle calls

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The Salvation Army kicked off their kettle collections on Monday, Nov. 21 at a brand-new location, Ace Hardware. Blair and Jacqueline Adams were the first bell ringers of the 2016 season. Even though the weather was dreary and rain threatened to … [Read more...]

Old Glory retired

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“It has ever been my staunch companion and protection,” wrote William Driver. “Savages and heathens, lowly and oppressed, hailed and welcomed it at the far end of the wide world. Then, why should it not be called Old Glory?” Our American Flag, … [Read more...]

Veteran’s Day Parade

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The Mesquite Color Guard lead the Veteran’s Day Parade to honor those who fought to defend our country, the American symbol for success, righteousness and sovereignty and all the people who stand for it in their pursuit of life, liberty and … [Read more...]

Veterans Memorial service actually a celebration

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“We should always listen and tell the stories of our heroes,” Congressman Cresent Hardy (R-NV-CD4) told a large crowd at the annual Mesquite Veterans Memorial Service Saturday, Nov. 5. “The fabric of our history is colored with their sacrifice. With … [Read more...]

Lights parade enters second year

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The plans are set for the second annual Mesquite Parade of Lights to be held on Dec. 8 at 5:30 p.m. on Mesquite Boulevard. While the event brought plenty of joy to attendees last year, the mission it supports is even larger. Organizer Mike Benham … [Read more...]