Female Veterans, WHCC wants you!

Mesquite’s new Women’s History and Cultural Center is beginning its days by calling out to women veterans for their information. The main mission of the WHCC, for starters, is to build a list of female veterans for several reasons. The first rea … [Read more...]

Breaking the Cycle

It’s not often that one gets into serious trouble with the law and can escape the consequences of jail or a permanent record, but if you live in Mesquite, you live in a town that completely supports second chances. Such is the case with Mesquite C … [Read more...]

Free Alzheimer’s Seminar

The Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services is hosting a free Alzheimer’s seminar conducted by Ann Murphy, who has been a spokesperson for the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation for several years. It is scheduled Thu … [Read more...]

VVHS musicians offer season finale concert May 17

As the Class of 2018 says farewell, the Virgin Valley High School choir, orchestra, and guitar and ukulele ensemble will send them off with a Season Finale performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17.  The community is invited to this free concert at the … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days Bake Off

An ‘Old Fashioned Bake Off’ has been a part of the Mesquite Days Old Fashioned Family Fun Night for several years. In the past there have been few participants and in 2017 there weren’t enough to even hold the competition but this year was very diffe … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days Family Fun Night

Even with rain threatening to pour down over the entire area, bouncy houses, bull riding and mud pits were all a popular part of Family Fun Night, the kick off to the Mesquite Days celebration that lasted all weekend long. The ‘Old Fashioned Family F … [Read more...]

Happy 25th Anniversary Virgin Valley Water District

The Virgin Valley Water District Act, the legislation that created the Virgin Valley Water District, was approved by the Nevada State Legislature and the Governor of Nevada on May 10, 1993. In the beginning of the District, the assets of the Mesquite … [Read more...]

Overton Power’s priority is safety education

On Wednesday, April 25, Overton Power held a High Voltage Safety Demonstration for the Virgin Valley High School Students.  The demonstration was facilitated by Cory Dalley, a foreman at the Overton plant, and three members of the Mesquite … [Read more...]

Nurses Inspire, Innovate, Influence

By: Ned Hill, CEO - Mesa View Regional Hospital In recognition of National Nurses Week and National Hospital Week (May 6-12) I want to express my sincere appreciation to our nurses and all of our hospital team members who serve diligently each and … [Read more...]

Volunteers clean up vandalism in Gold Butte National Monument

Nevada’s newest National Monument is no stranger to vandalism.   Good thing there is dedicated group of trained volunteers organized by Friends of Gold Butte that are eager to do whatever they can to keep Gold Butte pristine and n … [Read more...]