Blood donations

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Dana Higgins realizes the importance of donating blood, especially during the summer months when supplies are low. On Friday, March 17 Lisa Bramlage, Bruce Brockbrader and other Red Cross employees set up the Blood Mobile at the Mesquite Recreation … [Read more...]

Spartan races test your physical abilities

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If you were to combine the sun, brutal obstacles and a muddy, sandy course designed for off-road motorbikes, you would have the venue that was waiting for many participants at the 2017 Spartan Games. At the Mesquite MX Park in Littlefield, Arizona, … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days Tickets on sale now

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Advance sales tickets for rides at the Mesquite Days event May 4-7 are on sale now for a discounted price of $20 per person per day. The ticket will allow unlimited rides for one day. Once purchased, the ticketholder may redeem the ticket for an … [Read more...]

Youth Center Donation

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The Exchange Club of Mesquite presented Dennis Lee with the newly formed Daysprings Youth Center a check for $2,000 to go towards furnishing and operating the center. “We are so thankful for the community and groups like this who never think twice … [Read more...]

Last chance for Tuna; you don’t want to miss it

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Everyone needs a bit of humor in their life. Tuna Does Vegas, showing for the final time this weekend, March 24 and 25 at 7 p.m., is sure to lighten your spirits and add some much-needed humor. An adult comedy, Tuna pushes the envelope on sarcasm … [Read more...]

St. Patty’s Day Pub Crawl

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It was another successful year for the 10th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl in Mesquite. Thanks to organizers Kathleen Goode, Bob Kirkwood, Todd Jonas and the owners of five local bars, 138 turned out for the festivities with lots of smiles and … [Read more...]

Council tables paramedic recruitment request

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Councilman George Rapson said he wasn’t talking about whether to approve the emergency recruitment and hiring of two firefighter paramedics but about the process of placing items on the council agendas and the public not receiving the same background … [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...]

Help send a kid to camp

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The Salvation Army Mesquite is participating, once again, in sending kids on a wonderful adventure to summer camp. They’ve reserved 4 slots in their Discovery Camp for kids ages 7-12 but they need your help. Captain Lisa Smith, Salvation Army … [Read more...]

Community Forum

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Community members are invited to meet with Andy Barton, Mesquite City Manager, at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 23. This open forum will be held at Scotty’s Bar and Grill at Falcon Ridge located at 1024 Normandy Lane. For more information about the … [Read more...]