LTE – Lee

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Mesquite Community Youth Center DaySprings Ranch is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose purpose is to help the youth population within the community. To this end DaySprings Ranch as secured a 5-year lease for a community youth center in … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-DePew

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Thanks to the Rising Star The District 46 Lions Clubs, which is the entire state of Nevada and two clubs in California, held their quarterly cabinet meeting in Mesquite this past weekend. The entire event was held at the Rising Star Sports Ranch … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Tubbs

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When I attended the BLM presentation regarding Gold Butte, held at Mesquite City Hall on Feb. 9, I was hoping to get some useful information regarding the new national monument. I had some questions that I would have like to ask, but it soon became … [Read more...]

LTE Hardy

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Every new administration is full of a plethora of policy priorities. This administration has an excess of such priorities, and members of Congress would be smart to capitalize on them early by delivering a comprehensive tax reform package to the … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Cook

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Letter: I was amazed last Friday when I arrived 30 minutes early for my appointment at the local barber shop. The owner told me that he didn't like anyone just siting and staring at him for 30 minutes. I asked if I should wait out in the rain. The … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Montoya

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The City of Mesquite would like to thank all of the volunteers, organizations and individuals for their help organizing and contributing to the 13th Annual Heart Walk. It was a tremendous success, thanks largely to the generosity of the sponsors, … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Fox

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On February 2, 2017, Teri Nehrenz wrote a letter to the editor expressing some confusion over the goals of those who took part in the Women’s Marches on January 21, 2017. These marches drew hundreds of thousands of people – not just women – from all … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Chavez

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On Saturday, Feb. 4, I lost my wallet while shopping at our local Wal Mart. When I discovered that it was missing, I immediately felt nauseated and like I had been punched in the stomach. The thought of replacing all my personal effects, cancelling … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Lusby

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Every day on the streets of Mesquite, drivers are running stop signs, stop lights, tail gating and speeding. There is not a day that goes by I am almost hit by one of these drivers. If I honk at them to get their attention they just give the finger. … [Read more...]

Rural business leader points to rural-urban interdependence

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By Ben Rowley The rugged independence of rural life provides a fertile environment for entrepreneurship, but rural economies depend on more than just sheer grit and determination to succeed. Rural areas make extensive use of government … [Read more...]