Registration now open for $140,000 Nevada Open presented by Mesquite Gaming in Mesquite, Nevada

Longest-running professional golf tournament in Nevada offers $140,000 prize purse this November Mesquite, Nev. (July 24, 2017) — Mesquite, Nev., a golf mecca located 80 miles north of Las Vegas, will once again host the Nevada Open, Nov.7-9 at t … [Read more...]

City comes out for festivities

Independence Day in Mesquite began with a multitude of family and friends gathering for individual BBQ’s as evidenced by the aromas wafting over the city. You could easily catch a whiff of steaks searing on the grill in several neighborhoods, if you h … [Read more...]

Community invited to free fireworks show

As the Eureka Casino Resort celebrates its 20th anniversary, it is continuing the tradition of “Rockets Over the Red Mesa” free fireworks show on Tuesday, July 4th. The Nevada POPS Orchestra will return for the 6th year with the full 32-piece orc … [Read more...]

Old Fashioned Family Fun

For the second-year Mesquite Days officially kicked off with an Old-Fashioned Family Fun Night set up at Old Mill Rd. ball fields. The park was full of families just having the time of their lives making ice cream, playing games and visiting … [Read more...]

One80 run

Local residents, Rusty Hughes and Ammon Arave, wanted to have their fun in the desert but it’s hot during the day and dark at night so they took those challenges and, together, developed a solution called the One80light. The light was an instant hit w … [Read more...]

Poets regale with tales of life on the range

Cowboy Poets Russ Westwood, Mike Prince and Hap Stuart spent some time off the range and away from the crowds at Mesquite Days to regale their audience with tales of life on the range. On Saturday, May 6 three poets gave the crowd a slight glimpse of … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days 2017 – Full Schedule

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One Hero at a Time

Daniel E. Holman served our country in the US Army and Joint Forces after answering the call in 1972. He was an inspiration to his fellow men and served his country with pride. He was hit by enemy fire during active duty in 1988 and suffered through … [Read more...]

Toes have a new ‘edge’

If you attended the Mesquite Toes Spring Spectacular what you would have seen was anything but the same old toes. The Toes are stepping in a different direction since the addition of their new Artistic Director Judy Edgington. During their three … [Read more...]

Seniors excel in several sports

The results are in for the Mesquite Senior Games Long Drive, Pickleball Tournaments and Track and Field. The Senior Games Long Drive Competition was open to amateurs only. Entries included 1 bucket of practice balls, Clubs conformed to USGA / LDA … [Read more...]