4th of July Events flood Mesquite Thursday and Friday

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While the weather is surely hotter than comfortable right now, the events throughout Mesquite will allow for some cooling-off time coupled with fun. Keep in mind that temperatures are expected to be up to at least 110 degrees, and to take care of … [Read more...]

Council hears marijuana opposition

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The normally quiet city council agenda technical review meeting on July 1 turned into a forum for several citizens opposed to a proposed city ordinance to allow medical marijuana facilities in Mesquite. Public comment started with Mesquite … [Read more...]

Air Quality Advisory Issued For Smoke and Ozone For July 4 Through July 5 Due to Fireworks

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Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ) is issuing an advisory that will be in effect from Friday, July 4, through Saturday, July 5, for potentially elevated levels of smoke and ozone over the Independence Day holiday due to local fireworks.  … [Read more...]

OPD’s quick response minimized outage disruption

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Sunday night's power outage affected 860 customers in the Mesquite area, mainly those who reside behind the Eureka Casino & Resort, between Oasis Boulevard and Mesa Boulevard. According to an email from Keith Buchhalter, a Supervisor with … [Read more...]

Crash leads to power outage on NE side of Mesquite

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At the time of this post, crews were on scene at the corner of Kitty Hawk and Marilyn Parkway cleaning up wreckage that caused a few hundred power outages for those residing behind the Eureka Hotel & Casino along Mesa Boulevard, Kitty Hawk Drive … [Read more...]

BTAB cancelled tonight

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The Bunkerville Town Advisory Board meeting for tonight has been cancelled due to no zoning items on the agenda.  The next regularly scheduled meeting is 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 31, 2014 with a special call date June 12, 2014. The town board will … [Read more...]

Council hears development proposal

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The Mesquite City Council heard the outline of a proposed 100 acre development at their June 24 regular meeting.  The proposal would develop land north of the Wolf Creek Golf Club that is outside the city limits and within Lincoln County. Mark … [Read more...]

Frank Werth of Kansas takes Elvis top prize

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[slideshow_deploy id='1874'] The Elvis Rocks Mesquite Competition was held at the Casablanca Resort Casino Friday and Saturday, June 20 and 21, 2014.  The Elvis Tribute Artist competitors numbered 22 at the start on Friday, June 20, but after … [Read more...]

Hardy ready for challenge of general election race

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Cresent Hardy emerged victorious in a spirited Republican primary for the Congressional District Four seat and he doesn’t expect the challenge to be any easier against incumbent Steven Horsford in the general election. But that doesn’t mean he … [Read more...]

Delaney ready to make a difference on council

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Cindi Delaney was appointed to the Mesquite City Council recently after having run for the office two times  previously. She owns a local business, Delaney Studio, Photography, and was the original owner of Mesquite Local News. She recently … [Read more...]