Gault selected as finalist of Governor’s Points of Light Awards

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Nevada Volunteers, the Governor's Commission on Service, recently announced the finalists of the 2017 Governor's Points of Light Awards, the highest honor bestowed on a volunteer in Nevada. Mesquite resident, George Gault, was selected as one of … [Read more...]

The Mousetrap that’s sure to kill

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You’ll never be able to listen to the nursery rhyme “Three Blind Mice” quite the same way after you see the Virgin Valley Theatre Group’s version of Agatha Christie’s world’s longest running play “The Mousetrap” but putting first things first, they … [Read more...]

Tis the Season

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It’s a great season to become an artist and Bunny Wiseman just held her first Beginner’s Oil Painting Class of the year on Tuesday, Aug. 1. She had a wonderful turnout for the first class and even got a drop-in visit from a traveling family of four … [Read more...]

New Flight Announced from St. George to Los Angeles

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By Kristen Williams Beginning Oct. 6, travelers will have a new destination when flying out of St. George, Utah. SkyWest Airlines recently announced this new 90-minute United Express flight to Los Angeles, which will be its fourth major hub … [Read more...]

There’s a new artist in town.

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The Virgin Valley Artist’s Association’s August Artist of the Month is Karen Miskimins of Sun City Mesquite. Miskimins is finding her membership with the Virgin Valley Artists to be a rewarding experience and says, “They are encouraging and … [Read more...]

Wonders’ captured in a variety of mediums by local artists.

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Have you ever experienced a moment in nature when the beauty is so incredible that it takes your breath away? Do you wish you had captured that perfect moment? The Virgin Valley Artist’s may not have captured that moment in your life but they have … [Read more...]

Mesquite Local News Office Closure

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The rain in Mesquite stays mostly over the mountains but this time each year the rains come down to the streets and bring some much needed relief from the blistering heat to to those of us who dwell in or around Mesquite. When the rain came down … [Read more...]

Car show moving from Henderson to Mesquite

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After more than 10 years of being held in Henderson, the Super Run car show is moving to Mesquite. The show will take place Sept. 22-24 at Mesquite Gaming properties: the Casablanca Hotel, Virgin River Hotel and the Oasis parking lot. “We’ve … [Read more...]

Chamber news

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The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce named its June Member of the Month at their luncheon on July 12. The Rotary Club of Mesquite took home the honors this time, with the Noon Chapter current President Jake Noll and previous President Keith Buchhalter … [Read more...]

Salvation Army needs school donations

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The Salvation Army of Mesquite is looking for donations of new school supplies for the annual Back to School Buddies Campaign. Items needed include, pens, pencils, crayons, scissors, glue, notebook paper, binders and pocket calculators. Monetary … [Read more...]