Horsford’s office cancels September’s hours in Mesquite

In a statement received by the City of Mesquite this morning, Congressman Steven Horsford's office will not be holding his normal office hours in Mesquite this month. "Unfortunately, with a number of staff members travelling this week in addition … [Read more...]

Rotary Recognizes Officers

Mesquite Police Officer Wyatt Oliver and Mesquite Firefighter Spencer Lewis were among the more than one hundred southern Nevada safety officers recognized for outstanding service at this year’s SOAR Ceremony on Monday, September 8, 2014. This is t … [Read more...]

‘Walk in Memory Walk in Hope’ highlights National Suicide Prevention Week

Nevada Coalition for Suicide Prevention and the City of Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services held the third annual ‘Walk in Memory Walk for Hope Saturday morning at the recreation fields next to the department. The event held a … [Read more...]

Mystery Door and Students of the Month

Daily school attendance is important because making up lessons is never the same as being in class when a lesson is presented.  Students who develop a habit of regular attendance will be workers who are conscientious about coming to their jobs … [Read more...]

Cardiology Now in Mesquite Full Time

Mesa View Regional Hospital is pleased to welcome Cardiologist Mekdelawit Aschenaki, M.D.,FACC (pronounced ahh-shen-aki), as an independent member of the medical staff.  Having cardiology services available full time is a first for Mesquite. She is … [Read more...]

What’s a Whirly Gig? Pioneer Games at The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum

From 4 to 6 p.m. on Sept 27, The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum will have pioneer games for the community to come and enjoy at the Art Classroom.  (The Classroom is located immediately adjacent to the Museum.) Community members will also be able to … [Read more...]

I-15 Open for travel with restrictions

**Be sure to share this with everyone** The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is announcing that Interstate 15 north of Las Vegas is expected to open as of 4 p.m. this evening, just four days after being washed out by floodwaters. One l … [Read more...]

Costs of flood damage continues to rise

Damage assessments in the Moapa Valley area continued today. As of this afternoon, the team counted 91 homes in Moapa that had some degree of damage. The 91 includes homes in the town of Moapa and on the Moapa Band of Paiutes reservation. The 48 … [Read more...]

Mesquite City Council Approves Street Name Changes

Recently, the Mesquite City Council approved two street name changes in Mesquite. First, Ben Franklin Way, off of W Pioneer Blvd was changed to Wittwer Trail. Second, a portion of Bertha Howe Way by the Sports and Events Complex was changed to … [Read more...]

Mesquite Chamber of Commerce to Host Cash Mob at Southwest Spirit

The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce is organizing a community-wide CASH MOB at Southwest Spirit located at 561 W. Mesquite Boulevard, on Saturday, September 20th from 10:00 am to 12 pm. The chamber urges residents to bring their friends and gather at … [Read more...]