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...]

Eaglets Flock to Beaver Dam

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As summer draws to an end, the yearly migration of eagles to Beaver Dam Elementary School begins.  Swooping down from Scenic, Jones' Flat, Littlefield, Desert Springs, and Beaver Dam the students began the school on August 11.  This year top eagle, … [Read more...]

Beaver Dam Welcomes New Faculty Members

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With the start of the new school year, Beaver Dam Elementary School has added four faculty members.  Each comes to the Eagles’ nest with the commitment to education which has become the norm for those working with the beloved eaglets.  The positions … [Read more...]

Middle school registrations begin Tuesday

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Hughes Middle School has set the dates for registration.  Parents and students will need to complete the required forms, receive a class schedule, get a locker assignment, pay school fees and update immunization records.  There will be three chances … [Read more...]

Recruiting Advisor to visit CSN Mesquite

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A Recruiting Advisor to visit CSN Mesquite July 24th from 9:00 a.m-3:30 p.m. Don’t miss this opportunity to sit down with an advisor to discuss your academic plan, choice of major and the best route to successfully complete your education in a … [Read more...]

MPD thanks community for Grad Night support

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                    Grad Night marks the beginning of the 100 deadliest days of summer for teens. As part of the Mesquite Police Departments commitment to the safety … [Read more...]

VVHS offers history on disk

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The Virgin Valley High School Yearbook Department compiled all of the school’s yearbooks dating back to as early as 1920 and is offering the community a chance to own a little piece of history. For just $25, a disk containing scanned yearbooks … [Read more...]

Fifty Years of Service

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Carol Livingston, GATE (gifted and talented education) teacher at J.L. Bowler and Virgin Valley Elementary Schools, is retiring at the end of this school year.  She leaves behind a legacy of fifty years in teaching. Her career began in 1964 at … [Read more...]

Spring Concert showcases talent

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The Beginning and Intermediate Guitar students of Hughes Middle School performed their skills last Thursday for over 100 family members and friends. The Beginning Guitar Ensemble performed 11 songs ranging from Johnny Cash to Roy Orbison hits, … [Read more...]