VVHS Seniors and Mesquite Police Team Up for the 11th annual Grad Night Out

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The Senior Class of 2015 will set out on new adventures in life and many wonderful and fulfilling careers.  The Mesquite Police Department would like to make sure their journey after graduation begins in a safe and exciting way. The Mesquite … [Read more...]

Theatre group opportunities available

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Do you ‘think outside of the box’? Do you want to be part of a fun team?? Board Positions The Virgin Valley Theatre Group’s Board of Trustees has vacancies to be filled.  They are looking for business-minded individuals who “think outside the … [Read more...]

Everyone Deserves to be Remembered

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Everyone deserves to be remembered and you can help make this possible. Transcribing and entering information from scanned documents; birth and death records, census, military and many other records makes this possible. This is known as … [Read more...]

Jamie Francis to speak Sunday

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Sister Jamie Francis has returned from a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served for 18 months in the West Virginia, Charleston Mission. Jamie is the daughter of Kathy and the late Jim Francis. Sister Francis will … [Read more...]

Second Annual Cotton Planting at the Museum

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On Saturday, April 18 at 10 a.m., the public is invited to the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum for the Second Annual Cotton Seed Planting.  The early pioneers in the Virgin Valley raised cotton.  This event demonstrates what is involved in the planting … [Read more...]

Ducky Derby Saturday

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The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce is inviting the community to join in fun at this year's Ducky Derby. Hafen Park Pond is again the location of this year's race on Saturday, April 4, 2015.  The fun starts at 10 a.m. with family fun events, and don't … [Read more...]

Deadline To Sign-Up Extended

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Spring is in the air and area students have left school behind to enjoy that familiar time of year known as Spring Break.  Maybe the students are staying home while parents work, and others have headed off on a planned vacation or to spend Easter … [Read more...]

Las Vegas-Clark County Library District To Kick Off First-Ever “Food For Thought” Program

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In celebration of National Library Week, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is teaming up with Three Square Food Bank, for its first-ever “Food for Thought” program beginning Sunday, April 12 through Saturday, April 25. The program is a … [Read more...]

Kids for Sports Foundation Kicks off Monday night

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On Monday, the Terrace Restaurant at Wolf Creek Golf Club, 403 Paradise Parkway, will be hosting a short kickoff event starting at 5:30 p.m. until 6:15 p.m. According to their press release, they are ready to start receiving and granting financial … [Read more...]

Valley-Wide Women’s Conference Held

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Women from the age of 16 years and up attended an all day conference organized by the Relief Society of the Mesquite Nevada Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on March 7. Classes were offered that ranged from improving scripture … [Read more...]