Manufacturing jobs offer real opportunity

Manufacturing Day is an annual event sponsored nationally by the Manufacturing Institute, which is part of the National Association of Manufacturers. One day, several years ago, the Las Vegas Global Alliance held an informative conference on the … [Read more...]

Theater Group set to open season’s first production

Overture, curtains, lights; this is it, the night of nights. No more rehearsing and nursing a part; we know every part by heart. Overture, curtains, lights; this is it, we'll hit the heights; and oh what heights we'll hit. On with the show this is … [Read more...]

Being healthy is more than just being active

The Mesquite Senior Games sponsored their First Annual Fitness Fair in the new Mesquite Library Courtyard on Saturday, Oct. 27. Most of the Senior Games events were represented and each had a physical activity for visitors to partake in. If … [Read more...]

Halloween fun

The Members of the Mesquite United Methodist Church (MUMC) held a Halloween Carnival for the children of Mesquite on Oct. 30 which included several fun activities, cupcake decorating and a cake walk. Traditionally the event was held on Halloween … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

WCFA’S featured pet is Beamer.  BEAMER NEEDS A FOREVER HOME.  Our sweet Beamer has been in foster care for quite some time and we just can’t believe someone has not taken this sweet boy.  He would make a great family “treat” for Halloween. Beamer is … [Read more...]

Lady Bulldogs fall in final to Lady Pirates

The Virgin Valley High volleyball team needed to beat rival Moapa Valley to keep its faint postseason playoff hopes alive. Unfortunately, for the Lady Bulldogs, it wasn’t meant to be as the Lady Pirates swept Virgin Valley, 3-0, Wednesday night at … [Read more...]

Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra

The Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra under the direction of maestro, Dr. Selmer Spitzer, is excited to be featuring D.J. Barraclough, a renowned trumpet soloist, who performed many years with the nationally known Dallas Brass, the Utah Symphony, … [Read more...]

Board members received NRECA Board Leadership Certifications

Overton Power District No. 5 Board of Trustees Jack Nelson, Mike Young, and Judy Metz were recognized at the last board meeting held on Oct. 17, in Mesquite for successfully completing the National Rural Electric Association (NRECA) courses and … [Read more...]

ONE THOUSAND FLAGS OVER MESQUITE

The Exchange Club of Mesquite invites you to again be part of an awe-inspiring Mesquite tradition as they present the Thirteenth Annual One Thousand Flags over Mesquite tribute to our military and our veterans. The field of 1000 American flags … [Read more...]

Freddie Berdohn Clark

Freddie Berdohn Clark  of Sceniz AZ., passed away at Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George Utah on October 4, 2018. He was born Oct 18, 1950 in Paynesville, MN to parents Margie Louise Marler and Freeman Derdohn Clark. Fred was preceded in … [Read more...]