REP. RUBEN J. KIHUEN TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE TO ADDRESS SHORTAGE OF DOCTORS IN SOUTHERN NEVADA

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On Monday, August 21st at 11:00 am PST, Representative Ruben J. Kihuen will hold a press conference to speak on the legislative work he is doing in Washington, D.C. to address the shortage of doctors in Nevada. The event will highlight the bill the … [Read more...]

Mesquite Animal Shelter Pet Listing August 18, 2017

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NATIONAL DOG DAY- Awareness of Homeless Animals Annually celebrated on August 26, it is National Dog Day.  This day encourages dog ownership of all breeds, mixed and pure, and embraces the opportunity for all dogs to live a happy, safe and … [Read more...]

There’s a first time for everything

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Wednesday, Aug. 16, is just another beginning to a new school year for most Beaver Dam students but for some, it is the very first day of a 13-year journey filled with curiosity that will soon be satiated with knowledge. There’s a first time for … [Read more...]

Back to school and facing challenges

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Welcome back is the message that hung overhead as students crossed the threshold to begin their 2017-18 school year at Virgin Valley Elementary School. Eager learners, ready to soak up knowledge like a sponge, filled the hallways and classrooms on … [Read more...]

Board opts to purchase larger pump for well 27A

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Looking to avoid a “penny-wise, pound foolish” decision, directors of the Virgin Valley Water Board opted to install a new motor and high-volume pump at recently drilled well 27A on Pioneer Boulevard. In approving the added cost of new equipment … [Read more...]

Soccer gals open 2017 hosting ‘Mesquite Cup’

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Virgin Valley girls soccer coach Bob Snell opens his 19th season coaching Bulldog soccer with his usual pessimistic outlook on the soccer Dawgs upcoming season. “I always schedule a tough preseason to get my girls ready for league play,” he said. … [Read more...]

Bulldog football 2017 Preview

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Football in the desert is like nowhere else as temperatures soar over 100 degrees. The heat will be on Bulldog head coach Yori Ludvigson and his staff to put a competitive team on the field this year. The Bulldogs lost a very athletic group of … [Read more...]

Parenting isn’t easy

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Being a parent isn’t easy and whether you have an absolute angel or a child that challenges you daily, extra tools and support to help you do the best job you can as a parent are always a good idea. The Salvation Army Mesquite has historically … [Read more...]

A Cajun Killing

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In 1905 there was a brutal stabbing on a riverboat called The Magnolia Queen. The paddle-wheeler was headed from New Orleans to Memphis when the murder happened to Mr. Benton Thorne IV, a wealthy cotton plantation owner.  Locally in Mesquite, … [Read more...]

Grace Elizabeth Dallacroce-Obituary

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Grace Elizabeth Dallacroce, 90, passed away August 8, 2017 at her home in Mesquite, NV. Grace was born July 18, 1927 to Daniel Webster Kenny and Helen Grace Little in Pennsylvania. She married William Dallacroce on November 14, 2003 in St. George, … [Read more...]