HOT CARS DEADLY FOR PETS

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Pet owners should not leave their animal in the car - even for a few minutes - when the hot weather arrives. The inside temperature of the car can quickly reach 120 degrees. Pet owners are urged to refrain from leaving animals in the car, even with … [Read more...]

Fire destroys house in Bunkerville

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At approximately 6:16 p.m. Tuesday night, multiple fire crews responded to a single family residence in Bunkerville for a structure fire with a possible person trapped at 128 W. Second South St. It was the highest emergency response seen in … [Read more...]

Cartoon May 18, 2017

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This week in history May 18-24

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May 20, 1909: Our telephone line reached Littlefield -- We can now say Hello for .20 cents. May 24, 1909: Orange Earl is re-shingling the old Earl home which he bought. May 18, 1912: David Houston bought Mrs. Zilpha Gurero's home in … [Read more...]

Seniors Fear for their homes in dispute with park owner

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Imagine working hard all your life, saving your money, buying a modest manufactured home, and retiring to a secluded spot with a mountain view, decent weather and the knowledge that you will live out your golden years in serenity. A few years into … [Read more...]

Fire Chief terminated without cause

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During a brief 10 minute meeting on May 16, the Mesquite City Council cast a split vote to terminate Fire Chief Kash Christopher “without cause.” Three councilmen, David Ballweg, George Rapson and Brian Wursten, voted in favor of the action. … [Read more...]

Mesquite welcomes newest shuttle

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The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce celebrated with Mesquite Gaming at the Casablanca Resort on May 11 with a ribbon cutting for Mesquite’s newest shuttle service provided by St. George Express, which provides transportation from Las Vegas all the way … [Read more...]

Pedestrian Fatally Injured by Vehicle

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On May 15th, at approximately 11:20 a.m., Mesquite Police responded to an injury accident near the intersection of Mesa Blvd and Pioneer Blvd. A 55 year old male was in the process of walking across Mesa Blvd when he was struck by a Corvette … [Read more...]

Keller Williams gives back to the community

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On May 11, several representatives from the Keller Williams Southern Nevada Office in Mesquite hosted their annual RED Day volunteer event. Each year on the second Thursday of May, associates celebrate KW’s Vice Chairman, Mo Anderson's birthday … [Read more...]

Baird signs with Western State

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Virgin Valley High School Senior Jacob Baird Jr. has officially signed on with Western State Colorado University, where he will begin his major of Environmental Science or Sports Science this fall. Baird will be wrestling for the school and receive a … [Read more...]