Food not fit for human consumption

Barring the occasional impulse buy candy bar at the counter, you won’t find anything in this food-filled store fit for human consumption. It’s a store chock full of goodies fit for equine, canine, feline and many other types of creatures whether they … [Read more...]

Roll down the road for good times

“Let the Good Times Roll” you right on down to the Mesquite Fine Arts Center where the Virgin Valley artists have captured some of the most memorable moments in time and in some cases their mode of transportation. They are more than willing to share t … [Read more...]

The Southern Nevada Health District urges parents and guardians to beat the back-to-school rush by bringing their pre-schoolers, kindergartners, and 7th graders for mandatory vaccinations to one of its public health centers. This year, the first day … [Read more...]

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CSN to offer Phlebotomy

CSN Mesquite is excited to be offering Phlebotomy again due to popular demand. This course will begin Fall 18 and only accepts 6 students. The program requires enrollment in the following courses CLS 151B Lecture (online), CLS 152B - Applied … [Read more...]

Stitch N Scrap now open in the brickyard shopping center in Mesquite.

Stitch N Scrap is a shop where you can go to work on your craft projects, for only $5 you can reserve a space during business hours as long as there are no classes in session. Scrapbooking, card making, quilting, hand/machine embroidery are just a … [Read more...]

Bundy Dinner

Cliven and Carol Bundy, owners of the Bundy Ranch, will be the featured speakers at a dinner in Pahrump at the Treasure RV Resort. The Bundys faced the full power and force of bureaucrats running the Federal government. Yet their story is one of … [Read more...]

5 Fun Things to do in Nevada

LUND PIONEER DAYS July 21 – 22: Rodeo cutting, corralling and branding. Saturday:  parade at 9 a.m. with floats, antique and classic cars, horses, and a variety of entertainers. LAKE TAHOE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL Enjoy extraordinary en … [Read more...]

Town Square Park

You may have driven by the “Old Gym” on the corner of West First North and Yucca Street in the past several months and witnessed some construction going on. The construction was all a part of a brand new, state-of-the-art playground complete with jun … [Read more...]

Emergency Notification System reminder

In March, Mesquite Police rolled out a new emergency notification system (Nixle) that enables recipients to receive real-time emergency information, as it’s happening, via your phone’s text messaging. The notifications do work, as evidenced by Ove … [Read more...]

King saves Mohave Deputy

Law enforcement officers are sworn to serve and protect the public but every once in a while those tables get turned and, by some strange twist of fate, the opposite happens. On Monday July 2, Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster presented a … [Read more...]