Actions of Neighbor Likely Save Home From Fire

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Quick action of a neighbor likely kept a home in the 200 block of Cottonwood Drive from being destroyed by fire early Sunday morning.  At 1:26 am, the neighbor to the rear of the home on Cottonwood Drive, saw heavy fire coming from the rear of the … [Read more...]

Laughlin, Mesquite Economic Developers Meet Together

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LAUGHLIN -- Representatives of the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) and Mesquite Regional Business, Inc., (MRB) met March 31 in Laughlin, with a reciprocal visit by LEDC to Mesquite planned in the future. MRB is a local economic … [Read more...]

Do It Best Corporation Donates to Animal Shelter

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[slideshow_deploy id='105'] Do It Best Corporation on Pioneer Boulevard in Mesquite donated several pallets of dry dog and cat food to the Mesquite Animal Shelter. "We cannot tell you how grateful we are regarding your generous gesture and … [Read more...]

Opinions vary on militia’s role

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U.S. Rep. Stephen Horsford recently talked about how the militia forces that came to the aid of Cliven Bundy in his dealings with the Bureau of Land Management need to pack up and go home. But a number of residents who attended a Bunkerville Town … [Read more...]

Meet the GOP Candidates today

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The Mesquite Republican Women and the Friends of the Founding Fathers proudly announce that GOP candidates running for national, state and local election are coming to Mesquite today at the First Baptist Church, 700 Hardy Way, starting at 5:00 … [Read more...]

Nevada Department of Agriculture urges horse owners to vaccinate for West Nile Virus

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SPARKS, Nev. -- With mosquito season just around the corner, the Nevada Department of Agriculture is advising all horse owners to contact their veterinarians and update their animals’ West Nile Virus (WNV) vaccinations. WNV is transmitted by … [Read more...]

NHP warns of vehicle collision reporting scam

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The Nevada Highway Patrol would like to pass on information of an incident that occurred in the afternoon of May 5th, 2014  in the Las Vegas area. We responded to a vehicle collision and upon arrival discovered an individual who was there on scene … [Read more...]

Joyful Celebration at Beaver Dam Spring Fling

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[slideshow_deploy id='123'] Imagine a good old-fashioned hoe-down where the entire community gets together for dancing, fun, and good food!  Imagine a setting in the spring twilight where families sit together with neighbors, and children’s happy … [Read more...]

City unclear on appointment term

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The Mesquite City Council at their May 6 Technical Review Meeting discussed the procedures for nominating and appointing a replacement for Mayor Mark Wier, who resigned his position on April 22. Deputy City Attorney Bob Sweetin told the council … [Read more...]

Local youth treated to baseball game fundraiser

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[slideshow_deploy id='150'] On April 26 the first pitch was thrown and the game was on its way in Las Vegas. The Recreation Center and Nick Montoya set up a fundraiser with the Las Vegas 51's for the local Little League Baseball and Softball … [Read more...]