Reboot

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Owning a business isn’t for everyone, but statistics certainly give our Veterans a higher success rate than others. They bring amazing advantages to the entrepreneurial game, things like discipline, perspective, leadership ability, and the learned … [Read more...]

Expansion

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St. George, UTAH - St. George Express, a shuttle service company under the umbrella of Salt Lake Express, a popular along the northern I-15 corridor, is expanding their routes and services. Last year they added routes to Las Vegas and St. George, … [Read more...]

Career Fair seeks businesses

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For the first time in over five years, there will be a Career Fair at Virgin Valley High School where students can talk with local businesses about their line of work. “We hope to show the students that there are a lot of options for them here in … [Read more...]

Reid Gardner Generating Station shut down

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In a press release on March 16, NV Energy announced that the fourth and final unit of the coal-fired Reid Gardner plant in Moapa was shut down, no longer providing energy to the Southern Nevada electric grid. Originally, the closure was scheduled … [Read more...]

Workforce Connections is removing barriers

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  The Clark County Library and The Salvation Army Mesquite have teamed up together with Workforce Connections to remove all barriers when it comes to putting Mesquite citizens to work in above minimum wage jobs. Shawn Hotch and … [Read more...]

American Bank of the North invests in Mesquite Regional Business

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Mesquite Regional Business (MRB) announced the receipt of a $2,000 investment from American Bank of the North on Feb. 23. American Bank has done business for many years in the Mesquite area, and holds several commercial properties that they are … [Read more...]

February building permits more than double

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Maybe the drop in this month’s visitor count can be explained by the huge jump in building permits for new single family homes – if everyone is moving here, they can’t be counted as visitors. The city of Mesquite Building Department’s monthly … [Read more...]

Second Dairy Queen location opening in Mesquite

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A tasty, soft-serve ice cream cone is refreshing on a warm, sunny day. For 77 years, you’ve been able to head on down to your local Dairy Queen and grab a tasty cool treat. Mesquite residents have also been privy to this pleasure. The DQ at 290 … [Read more...]

Visitor counts start slow year in Mesquite

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Blame it on the cold, wet, windy weather that’s atypical for winter in Mesquite. Almost every category in the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority report for Mesquite’s January visitor count showed a decline when compared to a year ago and … [Read more...]

Contractor Fair Thursday morning

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A Subcontractor's Fair will be held at the Mesquite Library on Thursday, March 2 at 8 a.m. for all companies wanting to obtain bid information on the construction for the new library. The project will be going to bid soon, and all local … [Read more...]