Council approves liquor sales at gas stations

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The next time you fill up your car’s gas tank you could also fill up your liquor cabinet after the Mesquite City Council approved a change to city codes allowing full off-sale liquor in convenience stores and gas stations at their Tuesday, May 23 … [Read more...]

It was definitely the journey

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I bet not many of you have added the desire to attend a state legislative session to your bucket list but it’s been on mine for years. I guess that’s part of the political nerd in me. I tried to get a couple friends to go with me on a recent trip to … [Read more...]

Visitor profile shows significant changes

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Last year Mesquite saw over 1.3 million people visit its hotels, restaurants, golf courses, and local activities. That number has steadily risen since the depths of the great recession racked the local tourist industry for over five years. But who … [Read more...]

FEMA outfits CERT with needed supplies

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Representatives with the City of Las Vegas Emergency Management office donated 13 fully supplied backpacks and other much needed supplies to the Mesquite Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) during a luncheon on May 15. Each bag is valued at … [Read more...]

Charter moves on to final steps

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The Nevada Assembly on Government Affairs Committee met on May 18 and unanimously passed SB56, also known as the new Charter for the City of Mesquite. “At some point this week, it should go to the full Assembly for a vote,” said Warren Hardy, … [Read more...]

Mayhem in Mesquite was action packed

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It was high-paced action at the CasaBlanca Event Center on Saturday, May 20 when Mesquite Gaming, in partnership with Barry Meyer’s World-Famous Tuff-N-Uff, The Future Stars of MMA, held its mixed martial arts amateur fighting championship event … [Read more...]

VVHS girls place third at state track as records fall

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Abbie Barnum set two school records along with the girls 4x800 relay team to help power the Lady Bulldogs to a third-place finish at the 3A state track and field meet Friday and Saturday at Foothill High School in Henderson. Virgin Valley totaled … [Read more...]

Robert Herring-Obituary

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Robert “Bob” Herring, 78, Passed away on May 14, 2017 in St. George, UT after a long illness. Bob was born on October 28, 1938 in Denver, CO. He lived in Colorado Wyoming, California and moved to Mesquite, NV in 2007. Bob loved to play golf, watch … [Read more...]

Proposed Mesquite city budget has good news for drivers

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If you hate trying to turn left at the Grapevine Road and Pioneer Boulevard intersection, then perhaps the brightest highlight of the city of Mesquite’s budget for next fiscal year is the allocation of money for a traffic control signal at that … [Read more...]

The Meaning of Memorial Day

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Memorial Day is a day for humanity, bringing Patriotism to cities everywhere. It should be celebrated by all citizens in remembrance of those who had given the ultimate sacrifice, while serving in the U.S. Military. This holiday, originally known as … [Read more...]