Kokopelli Landscaping’s Athlete of the week

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DaySprings opens with warm community welcome

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As in true Mesquite fashion, the newest facility for the local youth received a grand reception on April 7 as DaySprings Ranch Youth Center opened its doors for the first time to nearly 150 teens and community leaders. The center, located at 221 … [Read more...]

Locals invent brighter product

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It gets hot in the desert, especially during the day in the summer months. For residents and visitors who crave the outdoors, whether it be hiking, biking or rock-climbing, the timeframe to complete these activities can be restrictive. Local … [Read more...]

Camp Capers

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On April 5 and 6 Jenny Bennett sent all of the Virgin Valley Elementary School (VVES) students, their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and siblings to summer camp. Bennett, the VVES music teacher, spent months working with the students, readying … [Read more...]

Egg Hunt is a hit

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Mesquite United Methodist Church members thought a little Easter fun was just what the community needed on April 8 and they were right. Community members of all denominations were welcome to join in on the Easter egg hunt where church members filled … [Read more...]

Rinsing away the dust

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The Mesquite Rotary and Beaver Dam Interact Club members held their car wash/fundraiser on Saturday, April 1. After the wind and rains hit Mesquite on Thursday and Friday, March 30 and 31 , Mesquite residents flocked to the car washes Saturday … [Read more...]

The Best of Mesquite

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As you turn to the special section this week to see who won the 2017 Best of Mesquite Reader’s Poll, keep in mind that not many things have changed when comparing it to the results from the 2007 Best Of Mesquite. While there are 12 categories that … [Read more...]

MESQUITE ANIMAL SHELTER ANIMAL LISTING

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FEATURED PET Honey Bear Honey Bear came from a quiet home with 2 other cats when their owner passed away. She is a flame point Siamese and 8 years old. She loves watching everything from the cat tree, being someplace secure, she likes being … [Read more...]

Council declares April 2017 Child Abuse Prevention Month

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During the regular meeting for the Mesquite City Council on April 11, Mayor Al Litman presented a proclamation to the Exchange Club of Mesquite declaring April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Exchange Club, which is celebrating its twentieth … [Read more...]

Breitfeller wins scholarship to pursue degree

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Advancing ones education usually leads to better jobs and wages. Thanks to Stevens-Henager College in St. George, one Mesquite resident has just taken the next step in his journey to obtaining a Business Administration degree. John Breitfeller … [Read more...]