Southern Nevada Health District reports third Zika case

LAS VEGAS – The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting the third confirmed case of Zika virus in a Clark County resident. The patient is an adult female who recently traveled to the Dominican Republic. Previously reported cases include an adult … [Read more...]

Upcoming Founders Forum about Chief Tosho

Mesquite, NV — At 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum will host a lecture by Dr. Edward Leo Lyman in the Council Chambers at City Hall.  Lyman’s lecture will focus on the Southern Paiute Native American tribe, including the … [Read more...]

Court Receives Funding for Break the Cycle Program

Mesquite, NV — The Mesquite Municipal Court recently received a grant for $8,400 from the State of Nevada Administrative Office of the Courts to support the municipal court’s Breaking the Cycle Program. The intensive program, designed to promote pub … [Read more...]

Young Eagles Cancelled

Re:  YOUNG EAGLES EVENT SLATED:   The Young Eagles airplane rides have been cancelled due to weather reports predicting high winds on Saturday.  The care and motorcycle club portions of the day have not been cancelled.  For more information contact ww … [Read more...]

VVHS Athletics Hall of Fame

Virgin Valley High School Athletic is proud to announce the beginning of the “VVHS Hall of Fame”. There is a rich athletic tradition at VVHS that dates back to the early 1900s. Virgin Valley basketball claimed its first Nevada State Championship in … [Read more...]

“Give Me Liberty” teaches Americanism to Fifth graders

The “Give Me Liberty” was developed by current Mesquite Exchange Club Members and has reached a national level among Exchange Club members and fifth grade teachers across the United States. The program is designed to teach the principals of the U.S. C … [Read more...]

Taking stock during Financial Literacy month

By Ashley Brand Social Security Operations Supervisor, Las Vegas, NV  April is Financial Literacy Month, which is a perfect time to take stock (pun intended) of your retirement savings. Social Security is there to help secure your future, but s … [Read more...]

Come Fly with Us

Ever wondered what it is like to fly, what Mesquite looks like from “up there,” or maybe you’re curious how airplanes work, or thought about being a pilot?  If you are nodding your head yes and are between the ages of 8 and 17, then keep readin … [Read more...]

Nevada Cattlemen’s Association Announce 2016 Scholarship Requirements

(Elko, NV) April 7, 2016 – Graduating seniors interested in pursuing an agriculture education should apply for the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association annual scholarship. The Nevada Cattlemen’s Association will be giving this year’s outstanding graduating … [Read more...]

State Treasurer blasts out-of-state ESA filings

On Tuesday, April 5 the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Southern Poverty Law Center, and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People asked the Nevada Supreme Court to extend the expedited briefing period to … [Read more...]