DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION UNVEILS NEVADAREPORTCARD.COM TO HELP DRIVE DATA DECISION MAKING PROCESS FOR SCHOOLS AND DISTRICTS

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More than a year in the making, the Nevada Department of Education (NDE) today unveiled its new Accountability Data Portal that will be an essential tool in carrying out the state’s strategic planning process and complying with the ‘Every Student … [Read more...]

America First Credit Union launches 13th annual Community Food Drive to serve those in need

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With a profound commitment to helping the underprivileged in the communities it services, America First Credit Union kicks off the season of giving with the launch of its 13th annual Community Food Drive which runs through Saturday, Oct. 21. All … [Read more...]

Bulldogs roll over Warriors 52-7

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After being run over the past two games, the Virgin Valley High School Bulldogs got revenge against the hapless Western High School Warriors Friday Sept. 15 in Las Vegas. The Bulldogs behind their star running back Jayden Perkins had 487 yards total … [Read more...]

Bulldog-Miners football game preview

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The Saturday Sept. matchup between the Virgin Valley High School Bulldogs and the Miners from Sunrise High School will be a battle on the field. The Miners will need very little motivation other than Coach Chris Sawyers, words of encouragement. … [Read more...]

Bulldog soccer gals tie Pirates 2-2 defeat Eagles 1-0

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The Virgin Valley High School Lady Dawg soccer team came out of two tough Sunrise League games this past week with a win and a tie to stay atop the league standings with 9 points. The Dawgs tied the up and coming Moapa Valley High School Lady Pirates … [Read more...]

Mesquite Animal Shelter Pet Listing September 15, 2017

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National Dog Week Celebrated the last full week of September each year, National Dog Week dates all the way back to 1928. What does this mean for you? Nothing. This week isn't about you, it is all about dogs. Get your leashes, harnesses, treats and … [Read more...]

The Meanwhile of Life

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After Joseph brothers sold him into slavery to the Midianites they thought the days of their brother were now over. But then pops up this verse. “Meanwhile, the Midianites sold Joseph in Egypt to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh's officials, the captain … [Read more...]

Health District encourages community to plan ahead

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September is National Preparedness Month, and this year’s theme – Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can. – has never resonated more as multiple states recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma and hundreds of thousands … [Read more...]

Mesquite Chamber of Commerce to Hold a Ribbon Cutting for Beehive Homes

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The Chamber invites the community to celebrate the ground breaking for construction of a new building addition, at a ribbon cutting! Mayor Litman will join us to cut the ceremonial ribbon. Gerald Hamilton, Owner and Vickie Ramirez, Manager have … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Haaland

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I had a heart attack at the Eureka’s Mason Street March 30, 2017, the day before we were scheduled to leave for Fargo, N.D. I want to thank Security at the Eureka for saving my life, using a defibrillator and performing CPR until the ambulance … [Read more...]