Charles Hurley inducted into the Nevada High School ‘Hall of Fame’

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The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) inducted nine Southern Nevadans into the Nevada High School Hall of Fame Tuesday evening March 14 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas including long-time Mesquite resident Charlie Hurley. … [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...]

Local Fire Chief Completes International Professional Designation Process

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  Fire Chief Kash Christopher of the Mesquite Fire and Rescue Department has successfully completed the process that awards him the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer" (CFO). The Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) … [Read more...]

Charter moving forward

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Many misconceptions have been assumed over the past few months as the proposed charter for the City of Mesquite has made its way to Carson City. As Senate Bill 56 makes its way through the Nevada Assembly, Lobbyist Warren Hardy still believes the … [Read more...]

Bowler Elementary kids perform at the Smith Center

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Eyes were big and mouths gaped as the students piled off the buses into the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas. Each child was in awe of the huge stage they were about to fill with one well-rehearsed number from the Disney Musical "The … [Read more...]

Mesquite’s version of ‘Car-nado’ begins

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A major road construction project near the famous Spaghetti Bowl in Las Vegas was recently dubbed ‘Car-nado’ because of the havoc it wreaked on travelers. Mesquite’s version of three major construction projects, all within sight of each other, … [Read more...]

MISSING PERSON – LITTLEFIELD (ARIZONA STRIP)

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Mohave County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s assistance in locating James Robert Joyce, 72, of Littlefield.  Joyce left his residence Sunday (2/26) morning.  His wife advised that he was last seen wearing a dark blue turquoise shirt, Levi jeans … [Read more...]

Lanterns bring thousands, leave trash

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On Saturday, Feb. 25, thousands of people travelled from near and far to attend a Lantern Festival at the Mesquite MX Park in Littlefield, Arizona. The festival is becoming a popular event that allows people to purchase a paper lantern that will … [Read more...]

Contractor Fair Thursday morning

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A Subcontractor's Fair will be held at the Mesquite Library on Thursday, March 2 at 8 a.m. for all companies wanting to obtain bid information on the construction for the new library. The project will be going to bid soon, and all local … [Read more...]