Cyber Locksmiths

Vehicle Parking has been made convenient with valet service, using parking attendants at a variety of facilities; Nevada has a need for this type of market, given its enormous size casinos with adjacent hotels, it adds a bit of glamour. However, … [Read more...]

The Love Of The Harvest

We all know the name Billy Graham. He has spoken publicly about Jesus Christ, and preached the gospel to more people than any person in human history. If anybody knows anything about the harvest, it is Billy Graham. He said; “The evangelistic harvest … [Read more...]

Hard decisions coming up related to city finances

By Mayor Al Litman Contrary to what you may have been told or read, Mesquite is not thriving financially.  We may be growing again in population, but not in our income stream. As your mayor I need to be as upfront and honest as possible in what … [Read more...]

The celebration of the sesquicentennial of Nevada’s ‘statehood’ may be a bit premature

On Oct. 31, 1864 — 150 years ago — President Lincoln declared, “Now, therefore, be it known, that I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, in accordance with the duty imposed upon me by the act of congress aforesaid, do hereby declare and p … [Read more...]

This Week In History Oct. 30, 2014

October 31st 1864; Nevada officially becomes a state. Nevada day became a holiday in 1933. November 1882 only ten families reside on Mesquite Flats (Now Mesquite) November 1914 Virgin Valley High School beats Overton. Winning the silver … [Read more...]

Instant Gratification

Since winter is on the horizon let me say that I kind of like to shovel snow. Not deep snow, then the shoveling becomes work. Just light snow.  The line from light snow to deep snow to me is set at about four inches.  Over four inches and it is more w … [Read more...]

Will history repeat? Or will America, the “Shining City on the Hill,” go the way of all other great civilizations?

By Dan DiMicco "In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinburgh, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years prior: "A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot ex … [Read more...]

Election Day

It’s Election Day again and it’s so discouraging to see the lack of interest many people seem to have. There are of course those that are active and aware of politics, but that is such a small number in comparison to those people who don’t know and in … [Read more...]

The Attraction of On-Line Gaming

On-line gaming doesn’t always refer to Vegas style gaming, such as slots or poker tournaments with other players, but it refers to newer games found on computers today… and it sucks you in like a vacuum! I often wondered about these types of games fou … [Read more...]

Coming Home

What a wonderful thing coming home is! Many of us can remember being away from our families when we were in college or serving in the armed forces away from our parents, our spouse, our children, our church—from everything that has meaning to us and g … [Read more...]