MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PITCH, HIT & RUN COMPETITION

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The City of Mesquite Athletics & Leisure Services Department in partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB). We will host a free event The Scotts, Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Competition for the local youth Boys & … [Read more...]

Last chance for Tuna; you don’t want to miss it

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Everyone needs a bit of humor in their life. Tuna Does Vegas, showing for the final time this weekend, March 24 and 25 at 7 p.m., is sure to lighten your spirits and add some much-needed humor. An adult comedy, Tuna pushes the envelope on sarcasm … [Read more...]

Janice Jones-Obituary

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Janice Jones, 65, passed away unexpectedly March 16, 2017 in Mesquite, NV. She was born Nov. 7, 1951 in Las Vegas, NV to Charles Hale & Vera (Lee) Woods. Janice lived her entire life in Mesquite. She spent 1 year at Southern UT State College … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days needs vendors

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Spring is here and the time has come to celebrate Mesquite’s Birthday with the 32nd Annual Mesquite Days to be held at the Mesquite Recreation Center west field, 100 W. Old Mill Rd. May 5 – 7. This event has proven to be very popular each year with … [Read more...]

St. Patty’s Day Pub Crawl

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It was another successful year for the 10th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl in Mesquite. Thanks to organizers Kathleen Goode, Bob Kirkwood, Todd Jonas and the owners of five local bars, 138 turned out for the festivities with lots of smiles and … [Read more...]

Bulldog track squads win Tri-Meet

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The Virgin Valley High School Bulldog track and field squads won a Tri-Meet on Wednesday March 15 against Chaparral and Del Sol High Schools. The men’s team scored 81.5 points to Del Sol’s 66.5 and Chaparral’s 24 points. The girl’s won 92 to 42 for … [Read more...]

Keyhole Canyon Archeological Site Hike

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by Tom Garrison © 2017 Tom Garrison My wife Deb and I have visited numerous rock art sites in our 25+ years of desert exploring. They are appealing—art pecked into stone (petroglyphs) or in some cases painted (pictographs). The art takes … [Read more...]

Lady Dogs bury Miners early for 14-3 win

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The Virgin Valley High School softball team wasted little time Thursday afternoon March 17 putting 11 runs on the scoreboard in the first two innings to win easily 14-3 over the visiting Sunrise Mountain High School Miners. Bulldog starter Savannah … [Read more...]

Bulldog baseball team crushes Miners 9-4

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The Virgin Valley High School baseball team had little problem with the bats of the Sunrise High School Miners Thursday afternoon as three Bulldog hurlers held the Miners to one hit during the 9-4 win. Starter Cade Anderson pitched four hitless … [Read more...]

Kokopelli Landscaping’s Athlete of the week

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