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...]

Monday mornings with the Mayor

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On Monday, May 1, Mesquite Mayor Allan Litman will by on Monday Mornings with the Mayors on KLAS Channel 8 in Las Vegas from 6:40 a.m at 7:00 a.m. The segment will feature Mayor Litman talking about local and regional issues, and answering questions … [Read more...]

Graffiti suspect arrested

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On April 10th, Mesquite Detectives were able to solve an ongoing graffiti problem by catching the vandal in the act. Over the course of the last several months, the Police Department had been receiving complaints about rude and vulgar statements … [Read more...]

New Library breaks ground May 24

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Photos 1-4 are screenshots from the virtual tour online.   The speaker for the April 12 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was principal architect Sean Coulter, of Simpson Coulter Studio. He spoke with visual teasers of what … [Read more...]

Locals invent brighter product

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It gets hot in the desert, especially during the day in the summer months. For residents and visitors who crave the outdoors, whether it be hiking, biking or rock-climbing, the timeframe to complete these activities can be restrictive. Local … [Read more...]

Council declares April 2017 Child Abuse Prevention Month

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During the regular meeting for the Mesquite City Council on April 11, Mayor Al Litman presented a proclamation to the Exchange Club of Mesquite declaring April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Exchange Club, which is celebrating its twentieth … [Read more...]