Rising Star fieldhouse ready for action

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The new Rising Star Sports Ranch fieldhouse that opens this month in Mesquite is going to the dogs. “Ironically, our first event in the fieldhouse is called Fly Ball,” Andre Carrier said in an exclusive interview with the Mesquite Local News. … [Read more...]

Fire Chief leaves

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Disatisfaction among employees of the Mesquite Fire Department apparently was the final straw that led to the end of Fire Chief Kash Christopher’s employment with the city. Sources confirmed to the Mesquite Local News on Tuesday that Christopher was … [Read more...]

SW Gas to give update at free luncheon

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Mesquite Regional Business has announced that representatives from Southwest Gas will give an update and answer questions during a free luncheon at Sun City’s Pioneer Hall on May 9 at noon. The main speaking point will be about economic development … [Read more...]

Mesquite has a new choice for gas

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It has been seven years since Derek Hafen owned a local gas station. That seemed to be quite enough, for him. This week, Hafen and his son Jade opened the new Sinclair Gas Station and Dino Mart just off of the northbound Exit 120 roundabout at 121 … [Read more...]

The Mesquite Police Department Will Be Hosting the 13th Annual Grad Night Party for the VVHS Senior Class

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The Virgin Valley High School senior class of 2017 will set out on new adventures in life and begin many wonderful and fulfilling careers.  The Mesquite Police Department would like to make sure their journey in life after graduation begins in a safe … [Read more...]

250 Students Receive Helmets and Safety Tips at Bicycle Rode

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By Kristen Williams The City of Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services and the Mesquite Police Department hosted a Bicycle Rodeo at Virgin Valley Elementary School on Friday morning, April 28. It all started when Nicholas … [Read more...]

They soared like young eagles do

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For 25 years Young Eagles have taken to the skies in what may be the one singular experience that sparks a career or a hobby dedicated to flight. The Experimental Aircraft Association Young Eagles program was launched in 1992 to give interested … [Read more...]

One Hero at a Time

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Daniel E. Holman served our country in the US Army and Joint Forces after answering the call in 1972. He was an inspiration to his fellow men and served his country with pride. He was hit by enemy fire during active duty in 1988 and suffered through … [Read more...]

Natural gas service takes one step closer to Mesquite

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  If you’re one of those Mesquite homeowners who much prefer cooking dinner with natural gas-based appliances rather than electric stoves, don’t run out and get all new appliances just yet. At the Tuesday, April 25, Mesquite City … [Read more...]

County to Host Spring Auction May 20

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Preview, Pre-Registration Set for May 17-19, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clark County will host a spring government surplus auction at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 20, at 4320 Stephanie St., off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park. The auctions, held three … [Read more...]