Ribbon cuttings scheduled for February and March

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At the Feb. 8 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, it was announced that there will be three ribbon cutting events for upcoming chamber members. Anytime Fitness located at 550 W. Pioneer Blvd. Suite 150 will be celebrating new ownership and … [Read more...]

VVWD Board awards two contracts to Mesquite General Contracting

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The Virgin Valley Water District Board (VVWD) moved through a project-packed agenda on Feb. 7, awarding two major contracts to low bidder Mesquite General Contracting. Mesquite General was named to construct the Virgin River Transmission Line … [Read more...]

Building permits move mountains

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The city of Mesquite issued a building permit on Jan. 24 for grading valued at $700,000 that marks the beginning of construction on a new travel center at the I-15 Exit 118 interchange under the ownership of 333 Eagles Landing LLC. A mountain of dirt … [Read more...]

Mesquite Visitor Volumes end strongest year since 2008

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The lack of traffic and restaurant crowds were the first indicator that December visitor volumes in Mesquite took a break from their year-long torrid increases. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority report confirmed that when it reported … [Read more...]

Mayor to give annual address at Chamber luncheon

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Historically past Mesquite mayors, including Mayor Litman, have delivered their State of the City Address at a City Council meeting and at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon, usually held the next day.  This year, the Mayor will deliver his address … [Read more...]

New service offered to Mesquite

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When you’re traveling and you become ill, the last thing you want is to be stuck with a doctor or hospital that you are familiar with. SkyMed is now offering a solution to that problem with a membership program to Mesquite and area … [Read more...]

Mesquite Works seeks instructors

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Even though they aren’t officially open, Mesquite Works is already generating a list of people who are in need of their help and services as they begin operations in their office in the next week or two. Because of that, executives are now seeking … [Read more...]

Overton Power District #5 get credit upgrade

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Fitch Rating has upgraded its credit rating for Overton Power District #5 to “A-“ from “BBB+” according to OPD officials. OPD5's rating takes into account approximately $48.5 million of secured debt privately held by National Rural Utilities … [Read more...]

Former water officials receive prison time

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Saying probation was not an option, Clark County District Court Judge Richard Scotti sentenced two former water officials to a minimum of three years in prison plus restitution of $1.3 million dollars to the Virgin Valley Water District (VVWD) on … [Read more...]

POWER OUTAGE CAUSED BY A FAULT IN A SWITCH

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A power outage affecting 311 customers on Turtleback Road, Pioneer Boulevard and surrounding subdivisions in Mesquite, NV was reported on January 18, 2017 at 10:08 am. Crews were dispatched immediately to locate the problem and to restore power in a … [Read more...]