A just sentence in Flores case

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Moapa Justice of the Peace Ruth Kolhoss, presiding in Mesquite Municipal Court on Monday, sentenced Starr Flores to one year in jail. Flores also must reimburse the $745.26 she wrung out of the generosity of Virgin Valley residents and businesses. … [Read more...]

More questions that can now be answered

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The agenda for Tuesday’s Mesquite City Council meeting had an item deserving of celebration. The council was to approve the 2013-2016 labor agreement with the Nevada and General Sales Drivers, Delivery Drivers, and Helpers & Representing the … [Read more...]

It’s a matter of time and priorities

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Regular readers of the Fire Calls column in the Mesquite Local News, may have noted a slight change in the report. The listing for "No Resources Available To Respond To Additional Calls" has been deleted. If you think this was done to cover up … [Read more...]

City hall may return to five-day operation

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Mesquite City Hall may be open soon on Fridays, City Manager Andy Barton told a small group Feb. 20.. All that’s needed is for the city hall workers to ratify the agreement. The contract has been in negotiations since last spring. If the contract … [Read more...]

Things are looking up

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It’s getting harder to have a negative view about Mesquite’s economy and the future of this piece of paradise. Maybe it’s been some of the glorious days we’ve had recently. The weather has taken a wintry aspect some days, but on others the warm sun … [Read more...]