Streets of Mesquite May 11 – 17, 2014

Editor’s note: The following was taken from the pages of the Mesquite Police Department blotter for May 11 - 17, 2014. May 11: Indecent Exposure: Officer responded to a local business on E Pioneer Blvd on a report of a male urinating in public. … [Read more...]

VVWD Board Approves Water Sale To SNWA

Selling irrigation water shares to the Southern Nevada Water Authority and setting higher rates for those shares was a controversial decision at the special meeting on May 15 of the Virgin Valley Water District. The meeting started with board … [Read more...]

Water District Settles Suit And Adopts Budget

In a special board meeting on May 15 the Virgin Valley Water District took several actions from adopting a budget to settling with the last defendants in the civil suit filed by the district in 2011. The settlement agreement with Michael Johnson … [Read more...]

Soil available at Research Center & Demonstration Orchard in North Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – In September 2013, the northwest area of the Las Vegas Valley and the Carpenter One Fire scar area were impacted by a severe rainstorm producing intense rainfall and heavy runoff which washed a large amount of soil  and  debris into … [Read more...]

Benefit fund set up for Littlefield resident

A benefit fund has been set up for Littlefield, Ariz. resident Lynne Martinez who was involved in a tractor-trailer accident on May 1. Martinez was sleeping in the cab of the truck while the driver, James Baxter drifted off the road and crashed … [Read more...]

Real story of the Lost City at Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas program Saturday

With 21st century technology to help provide new insight, researchers from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas recently returned to Southern Nevada’s “Lost City,” the Native American town site excavated between 1924 and 1941.  What they found will be … [Read more...]

Genealogy Jamboree Saturday

This Saturday the community is invited to attend a one-day workshop that will help those interested in drawing out their family tree sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For information on the classes and to pre-register go … [Read more...]

Memorial Day ‘grass march’ protests BLM

On Monday, May 26, Memorial Day, a group of Nevadans are planning what they are calling a Grass March — a 70-mile horseback trek from Elko to Battle Mountain to publicly protest and bring attention to the plight of ranchers who are methodically havin … [Read more...]

MCSO Blotter May 15, 2014

AGGRAVATED DUI – LITTLEFIELD (ARIZONA STRIP) Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Joey Lynn Caruso, 46, of St. George Utah,Monday (5/12) afternoon for aggravated DUI – interlock, felony, along with DUI and open liquor container in vehicle, mis … [Read more...]

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office warns of scams

The reporting party said that they placed an ad on craigslist to sell their vehicle.  About 2 weeks later, the reporting party received a text message from a buyer “an unknown person” wanting to purchase their vehicle.  The buyer texted him to expect … [Read more...]