Economic Development Week declared a success

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May has been a busy month for Mesquite Regional Business, as CEO Rachel Dahl lit up the businesses in Mesquite for International Economic Development Week 2017 as structured by the International Economic Development Agency. What was nationally … [Read more...]

New Meters to Help Us Serve You Better

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This summer, Overton Power District No. 5 (OPD), will start a three year project to upgrade our metering system. OPD will be installing new, automated meters starting June 2017, this project is estimated to be completed over the next three (3) years … [Read more...]

Launching First-Ever National Rural Health Week May 22-26, 2017

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May 22-26, 2017 marks the first-ever National Rural Health Week and Mesa View Regional Hospital joins community hospitals and caregivers across the nation to highlight the positive impact we have on the patients we care for and the communities we … [Read more...]

Unrestrained Driver Ejected in Rollover Crash

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Preliminary investigation revealed that on May 23, 2017 at approximately 12 p.m., a green Honda Civic 4-door was traveling southbound on IR15 on the Glendale (exit 91) off ramp. The Honda was traveling at a speed to fast for conditions. The driver … [Read more...]

A Bird’s eye view

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There’s a new photography studio in town and they don’t just take pictures; they will provide you a full glamour experience that will have you feeling like a star for a day and give you a Bird’s eye view through the lens of a most beautiful … [Read more...]

Thank you Dixie Power

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On Friday, May 19 the line workers from Dixie Power replaced a transformer on Mt. Bang Way in Beaver Dam, AZ. Representatives went door to door to let the residents know that power would be off for about 25 minutes while the transformer was being … [Read more...]

Council approves liquor sales at gas stations

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The next time you fill up your car’s gas tank you could also fill up your liquor cabinet after the Mesquite City Council approved a change to city codes allowing full off-sale liquor in convenience stores and gas stations at their Tuesday, May 23 … [Read more...]

Visitor profile shows significant changes

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Last year Mesquite saw over 1.3 million people visit its hotels, restaurants, golf courses, and local activities. That number has steadily risen since the depths of the great recession racked the local tourist industry for over five years. But who … [Read more...]

FEMA outfits CERT with needed supplies

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Representatives with the City of Las Vegas Emergency Management office donated 13 fully supplied backpacks and other much needed supplies to the Mesquite Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) during a luncheon on May 15. Each bag is valued at … [Read more...]

Charter moves on to final steps

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The Nevada Assembly on Government Affairs Committee met on May 18 and unanimously passed SB56, also known as the new Charter for the City of Mesquite. “At some point this week, it should go to the full Assembly for a vote,” said Warren Hardy, … [Read more...]