Letter to the editor-Wempe

I recently had an episode which I acted quickly that saved my life.  I’d spent the day last Thursday doing spring cleanup and preparing for the long hot summer.  I felt good about my accomplishments for the day.  I’m 62 years old, retired and enjoyi … [Read more...]


During the first week of April, Thomas Mitchell’s weekly commentary was titled “Customers should be able to shop for electricity.” The commentary was a general support of the Energy Choice initiative.  This initiative will appear as Question 3 on the … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Newton

Mesquite WCFA: Two very disappointing experiences. I’m extremely respectful of the assessment process in finding the right family for an animal. Screening is an absolute necessity. Having adopted 3 previous animals, 2 from an animal agency and one … [Read more...]

Are you Registered to vote?

Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? If you do not receive an annual Voter Registration Card, then you might not be registered.  Individual states are tasked with maintaining current and accurate voter registration databases, but the standards … [Read more...]


Bill and I would like to Thank Mike and the other firemen at Fire Station #3 who came to the Sports Complex on March 7 to Barbecue for the Para Long Drive Golfers. We also want to thank Bill Shaw and Bonnie Baracker for their help preparing some … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Jarvis

On March 7th & 8th ParaLong Drive athletes enjoyed returning to your City for The ParaLong Drive Cup at the Mesquite Sports & Event Complex. With golfers from the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the U.K. the event brought together athletes … [Read more...]

Opinions about Nevada National Security Site, Environmental Matters

The Environment Management Program of the Department of Energy has been doing clean up and resolving environmental concerns within the Nevada Nuclear Security Site (NNSS), located northwest of Las Vegas.  Formally known as the Nevada Test Site, the … [Read more...]

Wild-Horse Overpopulation Is a Lie

BLM's Big Lie:  The "overpopulation" of wild horses is a concocted "crisis".  The government doesn't have a wild-horse problem — wild horses have a government problem.   Arbitrary management level (AML):  The maximum number of wild horses t … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Petrillo

The recent indictments handed down last Friday in the Russian investigation convinced me that I have a Russian agent living around the corner from me. I was riding my bike around Sun City Mesquite a month before the election in 2016. Sun city was a … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Bley

Recent events in Mesquite on the issue of low-cost housing should be of great concern to the people who live in our city.  Unbelievably, a proposal for this type of housing adjacent to the elementary school DIED before it was even presented before … [Read more...]