Hello Gorgeous

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Salon owner Maria Galindo dishes out some goodies at her first Customer Appreciation Day on Dec. 12 for customers who use Hello Gorgeous Salon located at 12 W. Mesquite Blvd. Suite 105. The salon, which opened in February, has three stylists and one … [Read more...]

Mesquite in dire need of affordable housing

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“Mesquite needs about 467 units of affordable housing right now,” said William Brewer, the Deputy Director of Nevada Rural Housing Authority. Brewer and Jack White, a consultant for the NRHA, presented the findings from Vogt Strategic Insights to … [Read more...]

Intermountain Audiology Ribbon Cutting

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Intermountain Audiology was welcomed into the Chamber of Commerce family at their Dec. 8 ribbon cutting at 340 Falcon Ridge Parkway, Suite 600. They are part of the Nilsson family, originating in Wyoming in 1979 and opening in Utah in 1984. Contact … [Read more...]

Mesquite’s airport master plan on final approach

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After a final review by several government agencies, Rick Patton from GDA Engineers will present a new airport master plan that lays out the city’s intentions for the general aviation airport to the Mesquite city council for its approval. Patton … [Read more...]

Tearing up the Town

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  By Kevin Brown, General Manager Virgin Valley Water District The Virgin Valley Water District is moving forward with several projects that will impact residents and visitors in the Mesquite/Bunkerville area. Projects that will start … [Read more...]

Former Water District official convicted on all counts

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It took a Clark County District Court jury just over six hours to find former Virgin Valley Water District Chief Hydrologist Michael ‘Boomer’ Johnson guilty of all charges in a criminal case that dates back to 2008. Robert Coache, former Deputy State … [Read more...]

There’s no ‘Hump-phrey’ in this herd

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You won’t find one named Humphrey because there isn’t one that carries that name or is hump-free in Guy Seeklus’ caravan. What you will find is a load of livestock with a hump or even two in his herd of Dromedary and Bactrian camels. The … [Read more...]

Klasik Kloset Closing

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“It’s been a fun ride, but I’m ready to move on,” said Klasik Kloset owner Sandi Sorensen. After 17 years of operation, Sorensen has decided that it’s time to take on the retired life and do some travelling. “I’m 78 years old, it’s time for me to … [Read more...]

Board members received NRECA Director Training Certifications

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Robert Bunker, Judy Metz, Jack Nelson and Mike Young recently completed the required courses as part of the NRECA Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) Training Program. The CCD, is a set of five courses that focus on basic governance knowledge and … [Read more...]

Deep Roots Harvest celebrates grand opening

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With a festival atmosphere and public tours of its medical marijuana dispensary, Deep Roots Harvest celebrated its official grand opening Saturday, Oct. 22. “We’ve had a steady stream of visitors all afternoon,” said Keith Capurro, CEO of Deep … [Read more...]