Council hears school district update

The Mesquite City Council heard its quarterly update about the status of schools in the valley from Grant Hanevold, Associate Superintendent of Clark County School District, at its Tuesday, Nov. 13, meeting. Just prior to the meeting, City Clerk … [Read more...]

Another year, another 1000 flags of honor

For 13 years, 1000 flags have flown in honor of those living who have served our country and sadly for those no longer with us.  Dedicated to every veteran who gave their all; some losing their lives fighting for their country, some gone long after … [Read more...]

Wendy’s opens in Mesquite

In one of the most anticipated events in Mesquite, Wendy’s fast-food restaurant opened for business on Nov. 12 at the Flying J Eagles Landing travel plaza located at I-15 Exit 118. Doug Reath, Mesquite realtor who helped get the travel plaza project … [Read more...]

Community gives to the veterans

Larry and Eva LeMieux and the Party People have done it again. For the second year in a row, their Hangar Party to raise money for the Mesquite Veteran’s Center was a huge hit with the Mesquite residents and successful in its fundraising … [Read more...]

Veteran’s Parade

The Mesquite Color Guard once again lead the 2018 Veteran’s Day Parade to honor those who fought to defend our country, the American symbol for success, righteousness and sovereignty and all the people who stand for it in their pursuit of life, … [Read more...]

Mesquite voters elect 3 new council members

                Mesquite voters defied the age-old axiom that incumbents have the edge when they elected three new members to the Mesquite City Council and let go of two sitting members … [Read more...]

Mesquite PD Arrest Two Suspects for Burglary and Drug Charges

On Nov. 2 at about 9:30 p.m., Mesquite Police Officers responded to a local department store to investigate a possible theft in progress.  Officers located one suspect in the parking lot while the other suspect fled the scene on foot.  The suspect … [Read more...]

Please Help Preserve our Rock Art!

A treasured rock art panel in Gold Butte National Monument (GBNM) has been vandalized again. This panel, commonly known as the “Mud Wash” rock art site, is the only petroglyph panel in GBNM that is accessible by vehicle. Bullet holes, graffiti, … [Read more...]

City files motion in Wolf Creek, Water District lawsuit

The City of Mesquite filed an official motion to intervene in the lawsuit between Paradise Canyon and the Virgin Valley Water District with the District Court in Las Vegas citing a contract dated in 2000 between it and Wolf Creek golf … [Read more...]

Manufacturing jobs offer real opportunity

Manufacturing Day is an annual event sponsored nationally by the Manufacturing Institute, which is part of the National Association of Manufacturers. One day, several years ago, the Las Vegas Global Alliance held an informative conference on the … [Read more...]