“3D” Winners Announced

[slideshow_deploy id='804'] Virgin Valley Artists Association announced the winners of its monthly art competition at the public reception on Thursday, April 24, at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery.  The April competition was a “3D” contest, open to … [Read more...]

Winners to be announced at the Concert on the Grass tomorrow

The Concert on the Grass will be held on Wednesday April 30th at 6pm in front of Mesquite City Hall sponsored by Mesquite Arts Council and the City of Mesquite. The winners of this year’s Mesquite Has Talent will be announced and they will perform … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals and Tips April 25, 2014

[slideshow_deploy id='1275'] Why Animals End Up at Shelters First of all, it may be helpful for people to understand that most animals wind up at shelters through no fault of their own. According to the National Council on Pet Population Study and … [Read more...]

Cub Scout day camp recreates world of Harry Potter

[slideshow_deploy id='1267'] A recreation of Harry Potter’s world greeted 149 local boys as they began their four-day Cub Scout Day Camp, April 2-5. This valley-wide gathering of boys from 8 to 10 years old was held at the Mesquite Nevada Stake of … [Read more...]

Obituary – Antonio Lopez Pujol

Antonio Lopez Pujol, 84, passed away Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at his residence. He was born April 8, 1930 in Barcelona, Spain to Juan Lopez Canovas and Teresa Pujol Furness. He married Josephine Brown on October 6, 1952 in Montrose, Colorado. She … [Read more...]

Pups n Pals celebrate Easter

It was Easter Egg Hunting for the Marilyn Park Pups and Pals again on Friday, April 18. A big surprise greeted the eager hunters… the Easter Bunny was there to greet them. Brent Pettit, a friend of the group of dog lovers, made a magnificent Mr. … [Read more...]

LDS Church adds counselors

Mesquite 3rd Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has two new counselors to serve with Bishop Wally Sleppy. The new Bishopric consist of Bishop Sleppy, first counselor, Tim Barnard and the 2nd counselor, Casey Anderson. The … [Read more...]

That pins & needles, bugs crawling feeling

Too many sleepless nights caused by a “pins and needles kind of feeling” in her lower legs had Merideth Hartman so unhinged that she wondered if she’d be better off having her legs cut off below the knee. The 49-year-old wife of a retired … [Read more...]

Treble Makers third concert today

Today, the community ladies singing group "The Treble Makers" will perform their 3rd annual spring concert.   The concert is free and open to the public.   It will be held at 1:00 p.m. at Mesquite United Methodist Church. The choir is made up of … [Read more...]

Methodists to add Stephen Ministers

Mesquite United Methodist Church is to commission seven new Stephen Ministers on April 27 during the church’s 10 a.m. worship service. The new Stephen Ministers are Jackie Armstrong, Rick and Jan Casebolt, Calleen Cox, Marci Harrison, Mark Oswell … [Read more...]