“Tourists” travel feet first down memory lane

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A group of citizens, wishing to enhance their knowledge of the city’s beginnings, went feet first down memory lane with the Mesquite Senior Games historical walking tour on March 18. The tour was led by Carmelia Meierhoff who entertained the … [Read more...]

Mesquite Days Tickets on sale now

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Advance sales tickets for rides at the Mesquite Days event May 4-7 are on sale now for a discounted price of $20 per person per day. The ticket will allow unlimited rides for one day. Once purchased, the ticketholder may redeem the ticket for an … [Read more...]

Reboot

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Owning a business isn’t for everyone, but statistics certainly give our Veterans a higher success rate than others. They bring amazing advantages to the entrepreneurial game, things like discipline, perspective, leadership ability, and the learned … [Read more...]

More than $5,000 raised for scholarships

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The Mesquite Community Education Foundation may have just pulled off its first event in record fashion with their Spring Fling at Virgin Valley High School on March 21. More than 100 people showed up for a fundraiser that will dedicate funds … [Read more...]

Expansion

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St. George, UTAH - St. George Express, a shuttle service company under the umbrella of Salt Lake Express, a popular along the northern I-15 corridor, is expanding their routes and services. Last year they added routes to Las Vegas and St. George, … [Read more...]

Graves makes all State

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Virgin Valley High School junior quarterback Kallie Graves has been named to the NIAA All-State second team for flag football. The All-State team combined both 4-A and 3-A schools from the state of Nevada and was released Tuesday … [Read more...]

Baseball VV vs. Mohave

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After suffering a heart-breaking 2-1 loss at Desert Pines in Las Vegas on Monday, the Virgin Valley baseball team was looking for a bounce-back game Wednesday against visiting Mojave of North Las Vegas. Unfortunately, more frustration was in store … [Read more...]

High School Swim Team Results 3-24-17

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The Virgin Valley High School coed swim team opened its season with a dual meet against Valley High School of Las Vegas Saturday afternoon at the Las Vegas Municipal Pool. The Lady Bulldogs had a strong showing winning all three relays; the 200 … [Read more...]

Child Custody and Child Support

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Divorce is tragic and all too common. It is even worse when there are disputes about child custody and innocent children are caught in the middle. Nevertheless, divorce is an unfortunate reality and when such a regrettable situation arises, … [Read more...]

Time to stop police from extorting cash and property

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The appalling Constitution-bending practice by which law enforcement agencies have for years seized private property under the presumption it is the product of criminal activity without ever having to go the bothersome effort of actually, you know, … [Read more...]