It’s Wash Day at the Museum

On Saturday, August 15 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., residents will have the good pleasure of doing laundry pioneer-style.  The activity will be held behind the Museum.  This family friendly activity will start with a short explanation and d … [Read more...]

Valley Quilts on display

As part of this month’s exhibit, The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum display case will be featuring a variety of quilts. The quilts demonstrate a set of skills possessed by the early settlers who utilized all they had and wasted nothing.  The cr … [Read more...]

Valley Quilts on display at Museum

As part of this month’s exhibit, The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum display case will be featuring a variety of quilts. The quilts demonstrate a set of skills possessed by the early settlers who utilized all they had and wasted nothing.  The cr … [Read more...]

Hermosillo overcomes health issues to achieve academic success

Clarissa Hermosillo is one of the many recipients of over $130,000 in scholarship monies awarded by the Ronald McDonald House Charities.  Hermosillo received $2,000 which she will use along with the more than $10,000 she received from other … [Read more...]

BTAB Cancelled

The Bunkerville Town Advisory Board meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 30 has been canceled due to lack of items on the agenda. The next meeting is scheduled for August 27 at 7 p.m. at the Bunkerville Community Center, 190 E. Virgin Street. … [Read more...]

SNTC donates new Meals on Wheels truck to Mesquite

The City of Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services is pleased to announce that we have received a donation of Vehicle from Southern Nevada Transit Coalition (SNTC). The vehicle is a Meals on Wheels (MOW) for transport of meals to … [Read more...]

Fifty-Four Local Young Women Attend Camp Ruth

The Mesquite Nevada Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds Camp Ruth every 2 years, for young women, 16-18 years of age. This year it was held the second week of June at the beautiful Cedar Mountain cabin provided by Todd and … [Read more...]

Returning to their roots

“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature a … [Read more...]

Mesquite Kids Get Ready To Take the Stage

The Mesquite Arts Council, Susan Bennett, Jenny Bennett, Pat Reber and most importantly 45 of the most talented Mesquite kids are very determined to wow the Mesquite audience with their talents for the ninth season as they prepare to open “Broadway B … [Read more...]

A Baby Donkey Named Luna

A party was held Monday June 15 at the Mesquite Community and Senior Center celebrating the birth and naming of a baby donkey. The female baby donkey was born May 6th at “moonrise” at the Scenic Satellite Adoption Center for Peaceful Valley Donkey … [Read more...]