B.J. McClernon-Obituary

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“Jeanne, I don’t think you should be living alone any more.”

By Paul Benedict At 91 years old, the time had come. Mom had lived alone in a nice apartment in Mesquite for 8 years, her fat black cat, Onyx, her only companion. She loved Mesquite, she hated snow, and we were happy she lived near us. We were … [Read more...]


Mesquite is bound to have a rocking good summer with free poolside concerts at the CasaBlanca Resort. On July 7, the Spazmatics once again set the standard for the rest of the summer with a pool party that was wild and crazy fun. The band cranked out … [Read more...]

Boy Scouts

Boy Scouts and leaders from Troop 2640 spent 7-days and 6-nights on a high adventure trip through Wyoming and Utah. They traveled over 1,700 highway miles and hiked and crossed rivers and went rafting on the Green River near Vernal. The scouts were … [Read more...]

King saves Mohave Deputy

Law enforcement officers are sworn to serve and protect the public but every once in a while those tables get turned and, by some strange twist of fate, the opposite happens. On Monday July 2, Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster presented a … [Read more...]

‘Walk the Line’ straight to Million Dollar Quartet!

Is there anybody who doesn’t know  “Blue Suede Shoes” “Great Balls of Fire?” “Folsom Prison Blues?” For those of us who remember all these songs as coming-of-age anthems, and for anyone who wants a rockin’ great evening at the theater, Million Dollar … [Read more...]

Community helps celebrate our country’s heroes

Eureka Casino’s Rockets over the Red Mesa Fourth of July celebration was once again the summer event of the season as thousands of residents and visitors enjoyed taking part in the festivities, browsing the vendor booths to learn more about the v … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

WCFA’S featured pets are Zayn and Beamer.  Both of these cats have been with us for awhile.  Zayn has made a complete turnaround and has turned into an affectionate, loving cat, when shown in a home environment.  Beamer is a quiet, mellow cat that lov … [Read more...]

Apartment Fire

On July 8, at approximately 8:30 a.m., Mesquite Fire & Rescue responded to the 100 block of Pulsipher Lane, for a report of an apartment fire with thick, black smoke. Mutual Aid assistance was requested from Beaver Dam/Littlefield Fire District, … [Read more...]

Shinsho Gima-Obituary

Shinsho Gima was born in Naha, Okinawa on November 6th, 1947, to Shinjo and Hatsuko Gima. He entered the world not long after Okinawa had been devastated by some of the worst fighting of World War II and the people were still attempting to … [Read more...]