Beaver Dam Elementary School Gathers Food

Beaver Dam Elementary School students are taught to be responsible.  They know that caring for others is an important responsibility.  At this time of giving thanks the students learned about the many blessings that come our way on a daily basis, i … [Read more...]

Holiday Tree Lighting Event Tomorrow

Come out and celebrate the lighting of the holiday tree at Mesquite City Hall on Tuesday, December 2, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. in the amphitheater area. There will be performances by the local school choirs, dance and cheer teams, All That Jazz Dance … [Read more...]

Give something that means something – Give blood or platelets

The American Red Cross asks eligible donors to give something that means something this holiday season – a lifesaving blood donation. Blood donations often decline this time of year when donors get busy with holiday festivities and travel. Severe w … [Read more...]

Community Christmas Show Celebrates Five Years

“I can’t believe this is our fifth Christmas Show” says Larry LeMieux, creator of what has become a tradition for the holiday season in Mesquite. The Christmas Show is a variety show with a twist. The twist is a theme from a traditional Christmas movi … [Read more...]

December Artist of the Month: Doreen Kinkade

Doreen first became involved in the art world in 1974 when she signed up for adult art education classes at Chaffey College in Ontario, California. Her very talented teacher, Dee Cole, opened a new world to her. In the span of three years she learned … [Read more...]

Mesquite CERT announces December dates

Mesquite CERT, The Mesquite Community Emergency Response Team has launched a Smoke Detector Battery Change Program.  In keeping with CERT’s mission to prepare individuals, neighbors and the community for disasters, CERT volunteers will help res … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals Nov. 28, 2014

November Tips of the Month November starts the holiday and cooler weather season. Here are a few tips to keep your pet healthy and safe this winter! People often have friends and family visit during the holiday season. If you plan on having … [Read more...]

Are We Prepared?

The aspects of being prepared to take care of our families during emergencies were addressed last week by Doug Adams, a preparedness specialist from Utah. The program was organized by Victoria Hafen, President of the Mesquite 5th Ward Relief Society … [Read more...]

A High Chaparral Thanksgiving with Henry Darrow

Come November, Henry Darrow’s thoughts typically turn to turkeys … and burros. Darrow, who played Manolito in the popular 60s western television series “High Chaparral,” recalls a memorable Thanksgiving episode, “For What We Are About to Receive,” … [Read more...]

Hedy at a Hundred

It’s hard to find a bad photograph of silver screen beauty Hedy Lamarr, who was born 100 years ago this month. Although only appearing in some two dozen Hollywood productions, starting with “Algiers” in 1938 and ending just 20 years later with “The … [Read more...]