Saying goodbye to a hero

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Trick or Treat Tail-Gate

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Join Highland Manor for a Howl-o-ween Event!  Bring your dogs in their costumes for our residents from Highland Manor Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation to enjoy.  There will be dog treats and a best-costume contest on Thursday, October 30, from 4 … [Read more...]

Mesquite Police to Host Trunk or Treat on Halloween Night

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The Mesquite Police Department will hold its 7th Annual Trunk or Treat at the Mesquite Rec Center west parking lot, on Friday, October 31st from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Deputy Chief Scott Taylor said “the event started as a way to provide a safe trick or … [Read more...]

‘Zumbathon’ beat rocks recreation center Gym

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Zumba dancers of all ages danced for charity Thursday evening at the Mesquite Sports and Leisure Department’s annual Zumbathon. Titled ‘Dance for the Cure’, dancers danced the evening away to a rhythmic Latin beat. The event raised money for the … [Read more...]

Noon Rotary sets out for best Ball Drop fun yet

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It’s that time of year again and the Noon Chapter of Mesquite Rotary is putting together its 8th Annual Glow in the Dark Golf Ball Drop & Block Party set for Saturday, November 1 from 4 – 6:30 p.m. at the Brickyard Plaza, 355 W Mesquite … [Read more...]

Tenth Annual Veterans Health Fair held at Sun City

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Pete Blair named Grand Marshall of Veterans Day Parade “We’re expecting about 200 veterans today,” said Mesquite Veterans Center president Ken Maynard prior to the opening ceremonies. “We have 20 vendors and exhibitors in the building.” … [Read more...]

Volunteers make the difference to non-profits

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Mesquite is a city full of civic organizations and non-profit groups. These groups offer many retirees a plethora of volunteer opportunities to keep them active and involved in their community after retirement. Each of these organizations and … [Read more...]

Carnival for Cures Saturday

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    Carnival for Cures is returning this year, with a grand Halloween-­themed carnival scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18 in Mesquite at the old roller rink located at 1646 W. Pioneer Boulevard. Last year proved to be a success for the … [Read more...]

Photographer to be guest speaker at brownbag lecture

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On October 7 Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery will host its monthly brown bag lecture featuring David Boyarski. The event takes place at 12 noon in the gallery. Bring a lunch and enjoy the presentation. Most of us have heard the saying, “stop and smell … [Read more...]

“Mesquite Night Out” wows hundreds!

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Hundreds of local resident’s young and old had a great time at Mesquite’s version of “National Night Out” Friday night at the Recreation Departments soccer fields. Mesquite Police Department officer Justin Goodsell led a parade of police, fire, EMT’s … [Read more...]