Summer Youth Camp

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For both parents and kids, it's never too early to start thinking about summer programs. Parents are concerned with ensuring that their children are engaged in activities that keep their minds and bodies active when school lets out for the summer. … [Read more...]

Water Board Moves to Replace Flat Top Tank and Correct Pressure Problems

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With a full complement of capital construction projects slated in the coming year, the Virgin Valley Water District Board of Directors moved forward by authorizing Sunrise Engineering of Washington, UT, to provide engineering and construction … [Read more...]

JL Bowler developing great leaders

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When you have a great school leader like Christopher Jenkins, you get classrooms full of eager young minds that are going to be trying a lot of new things, all of which will teach them to be better students, children and life participants. Great … [Read more...]

Gigi Higgins Takes It All in Mesquite Gaming’s 15th Annual Mesquite Amateur Golf Tournament

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Gigi Higgins, of Cape Coral, Florida, took home the coveted trophy for the annual Mesquite Amateur tournament presented by Mesquite Gaming. Higgins, shooting a net 67, is the first to win a low gross score for all four rounds and win the overall … [Read more...]

Don’t maintain; a false sense of security

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The Virgin Rivers Community met on Thursday, May 25, at the Beaver Dam Fire Department. Besides being the monthly meeting place for the VRC, the department was the perfect place to hold this meeting for the subject matter of the evening and now was … [Read more...]

New library breaks ground

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Approaching triple digit weather, many community members and former city officials came together with Mesquite’s current administration to welcome Mesquite’s newest library as it begins its building process. Officials and Trustees with the Las … [Read more...]

We the People Hearing

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J.L. Bowler Elementary School fifth grade students participated in a simulated congressional hearing Thursday, May 18th, as a part of the "We the People" program. "We the People . . . The Citizen and the Constitution" is a nationally acclaimed civic … [Read more...]

The Mesquite Police Department to Host 13th Annual Grad Night Party for the Virgin Valley High School Senior Class

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The Virgin Valley High School senior class of 2017 will set out on new adventures in life and begin many wonderful and fulfilling careers.  The Mesquite Police Department would like to make sure their journey in life after graduation begins in a safe … [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...]

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...]