June is Adopt-A-Shelter- Cat month

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Looking for a furr-ever friend? Adopt a cat. There are many lovable cats and kittens that are just waiting to come into your home!! Looking for a wonderful companion to brighten your life? We know them purrfectly well and are familiar with their … [Read more...]

Postal customers, don’t be fooled

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Arizona Strip residents have been rallying for a new post office parking lot for a while but may be getting a false sense of security. Don’t be fooled by what might look like the start of construction on the project. An unidentified local resident … [Read more...]

What’s That Law About, Anyway?

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By Pastor Travis Lauterbach Confusion regarding God’s Law arises not only in discussions between Christians and non-Christians, but also among Christians. Many Christians throughout the ages have recognized three types of law given in the Old … [Read more...]

Mylar Balloons spark power outage in Mesquite

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Overton Power reported 1,657 District No. 5 customers lost power in Mesquite at 12:44 p.m. on June 11, when two mylar balloons came in contact with high voltage equipment, causing a fault that blew two transformer fuses at the Mesquite Substation … [Read more...]

“Phoenix” (Rising from the ashes) benefit

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On Monday, May 22, a Scenic, Arizona, mobile home was devoured by flames causing the Sierra/Grubb family to lose everything they owned. Community members were generous and came to the aid immediately with clothes and necessities but two community … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

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WCFA’s featured pet is Tia. Tia is a beautiful brindle pit bull whose previous owner is no longer able to care for her. Tia is approximately four years of age and house trained. Tia needs someone with patience who will work with her to bring her to … [Read more...]

cartoon June 15, 2017

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Bunkerville: A town on fire

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It’s happened again. Another structure has been torched in Bunkerville, the third in just five days and added to a growing list of more than 10 structures that have been burned in the past three to five months. At 9:57 p.m. fire crews were … [Read more...]

LDS Leaders

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There was a change in leadership in the Young Single Branch and the Virgin Valley Spanish Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The new President of the Young Singles Branch is Jerry Martinsen, 1st Counselor Doug Waite, 2nd … [Read more...]

J.L. Bowler Grads

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JL Bowler fifth grade classes said goodbye to being big men and women on campus. They are trading in their “top of the class ladder” status to begin all over again. They may be starting at the bottom rung but in middle school but they will go forth … [Read more...]