“Dreamtime Revisited”: The Art of Joyce Spavin at The Lost City Museum in September

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“Dreamtime Revisited” is an exhibit of the works of Joyce Spavin at The Lost City Museum in September. The artist’s etchings, prints, linocuts and block printing explore the southwestern desert. Spavin majored in graphic arts while studying at … [Read more...]

City council to discuss minor business tonight

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Tonight’s City Council meeting should be as open and shut as a front door on a hot day. With a technical meeting that lasted approximately ten minutes last week, this week’s regular meeting will have little more than that. On the agenda are … [Read more...]

Streets of Mesquite Aug. 17 – 23, 2014

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Editor’s note: The following was taken from the pages of the Mesquite Police Department blotter for Aug. 17 – Aug. 23, 2014. August 17: Citizen Assist: Officer responded to a citizen assist by telephone. Juvenile Problem: Officer responded … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire Rescue Weekly Call Statistics Aug. 18 – 24, 2014

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Total Calls For Service: 45* 911 Transports: 13 Non Transports: 20 Inter-facility Transports: 8 Fire Related Incidents: 4 Fire Log: 8/19/14 ❏         E-11, T-11, T-31 -- Responded to a large commercial structure on Willis Carrier Canyon … [Read more...]

MCSO Blotter August 26, 2014

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WARRANT ARREST – LITTLEFIELD (ARIZONA STRIP)                                                       Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Scott Alan Cabrera, 32, of Beaver Dam, Friday(8/22) evening on a failure to appear felony warrant issued by … [Read more...]

Beaver Dam Preschool Rocks!

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The Eagles' nest at Beaver Dam Elementary School includes a very special group of nestlings, the cherished preschool eaglets.  Thirty little ones have landed in nests tucked into the hallways of the school.  The first day was Monday, August 18.  Amid … [Read more...]

School starts, zone speeds in effect, patrols increased

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All Mesquite area schools will be back in session today. The Mesquite Police Department would like to remind motorists and pedestrians of the city’s school zone locations and hours in which the reduced speeds will be enforced. All school zones within … [Read more...]

City to Accept Applications for Medical Marijuana Establishments

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The City of Mesquite Development Services Department will accept applications for Conditional Use Permits for all types of medical marijuana establishments anytime up until 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 1, 2014.  Interested applicants should contact … [Read more...]

Crossing Guards return to keep kids safe

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The MLN thought the men and women who safely see your kids to school and back deserved recognition for their dedication and loyalty to their public service. Crossing Guards Renee and Richard Morris have been safely seeing the children of Mesquite … [Read more...]

Nevada rates high on rural road conditions

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Nevada may not compare well with the rest of the nation when it comes to its schools, but at least its rural road conditions are top in the class. According to USA Today, Nevada joins Florida and Tennessee as having the smallest percentage of … [Read more...]