Elder Tyler Hughes

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Elder Tyler Hughes returns after serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. He served 24 months in the Washington, Yakima Mission . In January, Tyler plans to attend BYU-Idaho.  He is the son of Jeff and Jodi Hughes of … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

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WCFA’s featured pets are Niles and Cody.  Both are cream colored, handsome kittens.  They have been socialized and are doing extremely well and will be great additions to any family.  These two kittens are altered and current on vaccines. Niles and … [Read more...]

MMA Action Draws Large Crowd to CasaBlanca

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By Abbey Snow A large, enthusiastic crowd filled the CasaBlanca Event Center Saturday, Sept 16 to watch the ‘Mayhem in Mesquite XII’ mixed martial arts amateur fighting championship hosted by Mesquite Gaming and Tuff-N-Uff. The founder of … [Read more...]

Reports indicate possible reduction in Gold Butte Monument

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According to reports in the Wall Street Journal and other media outlets, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is recommending President Donald Trump make cutbacks and other changes to “nearly half the geographic national monuments he recently … [Read more...]

Bulldogs roll over Warriors 52-7

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After being run over the past two games, the Virgin Valley High School Bulldogs got revenge against the hapless Western High School Warriors Friday Sept. 15 in Las Vegas. The Bulldogs behind their star running back Jayden Perkins had 487 yards total … [Read more...]

Bulldog soccer gals tie Pirates 2-2 defeat Eagles 1-0

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The Virgin Valley High School Lady Dawg soccer team came out of two tough Sunrise League games this past week with a win and a tie to stay atop the league standings with 9 points. The Dawgs tied the up and coming Moapa Valley High School Lady Pirates … [Read more...]

Mesquite Animal Shelter Pet Listing September 15, 2017

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National Dog Week Celebrated the last full week of September each year, National Dog Week dates all the way back to 1928. What does this mean for you? Nothing. This week isn't about you, it is all about dogs. Get your leashes, harnesses, treats and … [Read more...]

Chamber donates $7500 to Mesquite Works for workforce development

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by Kristen Williams Mesquite Regional Business is a private nonprofit incorporated, 501(c)(6), organization and the official economic development agency of the Mesquite region. When they saw the need for a workforce development arm, Mesquite Works … [Read more...]

City of Mesquite set to sue Clark County School District

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The Mesquite City Council unanimously approved a resolution at its Tuesday, Sept. 12, meeting requiring the city attorney to sue the Clark County School District for allegedly violating state law when the district intentionally reduced funding for … [Read more...]

Council kills one marijuana spending measure, tables another

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Because they were closely related and affected each other, the Mesquite City Council combined two agenda items into one discussion at the Tuesday, Sept. 14, meeting. A resolution to postpone distribution of local marijuana sales tax receipts to … [Read more...]