Open House for longtime resident Saturday

There will be an open house for Sandra Rushton, a long time Mesquite resident, at the Mesquite Stake Center, 100 Arrowhead Lane, on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015 from 6-8 p.m. Although Rushton was born in St. George, her great-grandparents were some of … [Read more...]

4th Annual Walk in Memory/Walk for Hope Scheduled

The Nevada Coalition for Suicide Prevention and in partnership with The City of Mesquite Athletics & Leisure Services Department invites you to join us for the 4th Annual Mesquite Walk in Memory - Walk for Hope. The 3K (1.7 miles) walk begins … [Read more...]

Popular Arrowhead Making Class Back

Mesquite, NV -On Saturday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum will be sponsoring an arrowhead making activity in the Pavilion between the Museum and the Art Gallery. Local artist Kelly Beeson has graciously … [Read more...]

FREE “How to interview for a Job” and “Resume writing” Classes Offered

The “Putting Mesquite to Work” Job Fair Committee is extremely pleased to be partnering with the College of Southern Nevada, Mesquite Campus, (CSN) and Primex Plastics to aid job seekers in elevating their employment interviewing skills. In prep … [Read more...]

“Cruis’n The High Seas” As Mesquite Madness Returns

The Exchange Club of Mesquite will hold another spectacular MESQUITE MADNESS Charity Dinner & Auction on Saturday, September 26 in the main Ballroom at the CasaBlanca Casino Hotel. MESQUITE MADNESS is the Exchange Club’s major fundraiser, and e … [Read more...]

radKids starts August 10

It’s time once again for the summer radKIDS Class taught by local certified instructors. The class will be held August 10-13 (Monday through Thursday) from 1-3:30 p.m. at 100 Arrowhead Lane by Rod Frieling, Dena Hoff and Kimberly and Duane T … [Read more...]

Mesquite Tae Kwon Do students return from International, National and State Tournaments with Medals

The 2015 tournament season began in February with the U.S.A. Taekwondo national qualifier in Las Vegas. Students qualifying to go to the Nationals were Martin Cordero, Jr., who won a gold medal, Maya Cordero who also won a gold medal and Connie … [Read more...]

Camp Helaman Attended by 65 Local Young Men

Young men from the Mesquite Nevada Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints attended a gathering on Kolob Mountain in Utah June 24-27 called Camp Helaman, named after a great prophet and warrior from the Book of Mormon. These young … [Read more...]

Health district introduces restaurant inspection app

There’s an app for that too! The Southern Nevada Health District has launched its restaurant inspection grade app for smart phones. The health district’s mobile app can be downloaded through the Apple Store for iOS devices: or … [Read more...]

MCHS goes to Summer Hours

The Mesquite Cancer Help Society is adopting Summer Hours of operation, beginning July 1, 2015, and continuing until after Labor Day. Beginning July 1, the Mesquite Cancer HELP Society's office will be open Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  … [Read more...]