Murder in the Air

Who killed Valentine D. Plaza, a world-famous hotelier? That is what eight suspects wanted to find out at Marianne Johnstone’s latest murder mystery dinner play party, “Murder in the Air.” Mr. Plaza was flying on the supersonic Concorde airplane when … [Read more...]

Final Performances

It is making hundreds of audience members laugh from beginning to end, it’s making 13 people work together like a finely tuned machine and creating lasting friendships, it’s making one director extremely happy she stepped up to this particular plate … [Read more...]

Veteran’s Parade

The Mesquite Color Guard once again lead the 2018 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, … [Read more...]

Knights of Columbus Soccer Challenge

The Mesquite Council  Knights of Columbus # 13754 held its annual Soccer Challenge on Saturday Oct. 20 at the Rec Center soccer fields.  The Soccer Challenge was open to boys and girls ages 9 through 14.  Soccer Challenge organizers Jonathan … [Read more...]

Theater Group set to open season’s first production

Overture, curtains, lights; this is it, the night of nights. No more rehearsing and nursing a part; we know every part by heart. Overture, curtains, lights; this is it, we'll hit the heights; and oh what heights we'll hit. On with the show this is … [Read more...]

Being healthy is more than just being active

The Mesquite Senior Games sponsored their First Annual Fitness Fair in the new Mesquite Library Courtyard on Saturday, Oct. 27. Most of the Senior Games events were represented and each had a physical activity for visitors to partake in. If … [Read more...]

ONE THOUSAND FLAGS OVER MESQUITE

The Exchange Club of Mesquite invites you to again be part of an awe-inspiring Mesquite tradition as they present the Thirteenth Annual One Thousand Flags over Mesquite tribute to our military and our veterans. The field of 1000 American flags … [Read more...]

Burrow Roundup

Burros from Death Valley National Park are headed towards sanctuaries and adoptive homes, through a major project the nonprofit Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue starts on October 15. This project takes care of individual burros, allows native habitats … [Read more...]

Beaver Dam High School Interact Club

Thursday, Oct. 11, saw the initiation and recognition of new BDHS Interact Club members, who will join the existing participants in providing service to both school and community this coming year. New members include Dana Gomez, Chantal Castillo, … [Read more...]

Arrow of Light

An Arrow of Light ceremony was held for Webelos in Pack 2488 and 2998 sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Duane Thurston, representing Akela, presented each scout with a handmade arrow after they crossed the bridge to Boy … [Read more...]