CERT to help Feb. 12 and 14

Mesquite’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will once again be offering to assist residents with the changing of their smoke detector batteries on Thursday, February 12 and Saturday, February 14 in the mornings. General guidelines to qualify f … [Read more...]

Judges convene in Mesquite

More than 70 judges from across the state came together for the Nevada Judges of Limited Jurisdiction biannual seminar at the Casablanca Resort and Casino for several days this past week. Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice James W. Hardesty … [Read more...]

Need Some Color and Warmth? Try Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire—sounds a bit like hell. But it’s not part of Dante’s inferno. It is a colorful region in southeast Nevada that happens to be warmer than St. George due to its generally lower elevation and location. A perfect spot for a winter hike. Not … [Read more...]

Dianna Schwierzke selected as Artist of the Month

Dianna Schwierzke was born and raised in California. As a child her interest in art was sparked by her grandmother a gifted artist and art teacher who nurtured the gift of creativity in Dianna.  She now explores all possibilities when it comes to art … [Read more...]

LeVan Takes MMGA Presidents Cup

LeVAN’S 73 EARNS HIM MMGA PRESIDENT’S CUP Paul LeVan will be the first to admit that he played his best round at the always tough Falcon Ridge golf course in many years.  Tuesday it was for the MMGA 2015 President’s Cup.  With birdies on 3, 5 and 9 … [Read more...]

Junior Bowlers earn scholarships

The Virgin River Bowling Center recently held their 5th annual Saturday Youth Scholarship Tournament. This tournament is offered to the members of the Saturday Youth Bowling League. The only requirement is that the bowler is a member in good standing … [Read more...]

Bulldogs scuttle Pirates 45-36 behind Burnsides’ 19 points

The Virgin Valley High School Bulldogs played poor guests Friday night in the Pirates new digs rallying in the fourth period to defeat the Pirates 46-35. Bulldog center Cody Burnside had his best game of the year scoring 19 points and pulling down 10 … [Read more...]

Metzger’s huge game leads Lady Bulldogs over Pirates 44-38

The first period of play Friday night at Moapa Valley High School was a miserable display of offensive might by either team as the score stood at 5-4, advantage Pirates over Virgin Valley High School, before the Dawgs decided to get center Kourtney … [Read more...]

Council and City Staff set goals for next 12 months

On January 29 the Mesquite City Council held its second and final all day goal setting meeting.  The meeting was moderated by Randy Robison, the Director of State Legislative Affairs for Century Link. The purpose of the sessions was to create a … [Read more...]

Five Mesquite Residents Arrested on Drug Charges

On Wednesday, January 28, the Mesquite Police Investigative Services Division (Narcotics Detectives) concluded a lengthy investigation into the sales and trafficking of controlled substances involving multiple suspects within the Mesquite area.  At … [Read more...]