Bulldogs seek revenge in opener against Chargers

The Virgin Valley High School football team hopes to reverse last year’s 49-26 drubbing at the hands of Clark High in its season opener in the Dawg Pound on Friday, Aug. 17. New Bulldog coach Matt Woods debut will be closely watched by the Bulldog … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

WCFA’S featured pet is Petunia.  Petunia is one of four siblings. Two of her siblings have been adopted.  Petunia and her sister, Violet, are still looking for their forever homes.  They are friendly, active kittens and will be altered on August 20th … [Read more...]

Subject Matters

Contemplating subject matters can often take me through an array of events and trending news; some of which are noteworthy and some…not so much, there’s no shortage of bad news on the air. Beginning with wildfires, California is having one of its wor … [Read more...]

The Worth of an Ashtray

  I’ve come to the realization that there isn’t much you can do with an ashtray after you quit smoking. But some of them are just so pretty. Most are all glassy and different colors and shapes. But when they no longer have a reason to sit on a table o … [Read more...]

Sister Savannah Lee

Sister Savannah Lee returned from her mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. She served in the Argentina Buenos Aires East Mission. Savannah is the daughter of Charlie and Sandra Lee of Mesquite 4th Ward. Sister Savannah L … [Read more...]

5 Fun things to do in Nevada

By TheCompleteNevadan.com White Pine  County Fair and Horse races Ely, Aug.17-19 A true American Western experience. Parimutual betting, feature races each day. Also a rodeo, authentic barbeque, 4-H Livestock Show and Auction. Website: … [Read more...]

Approximately 5 children die every day because of child abuse. 1 out of 3 girls and 1 out of 5 boys will be sexually abused before they reach age 18. 90% of child sexual abuse victims know the perpetrator in some way. 68% are abused by a family … [Read more...]


Assisted living facilities celebrate “Christmas in July”

By Samuel Snow Residents of Highland Manor and Beehive Homes recently received gifts through the annual “Christmas in July” event  hosted by Colonial Property Management. Tiara Lisk, supervising community manager at Colonial Property Mana … [Read more...]

Mesquite Animal Shelter Pet Listing August 10, 2018

Pets in Rental Housing Approximately 8 million animals end up in shelters each year, and moving-related issues are among the most common reasons for pet relinquishment. In an American Humane Association survey of 93 shelters across the country, … [Read more...]

“Abraham and Isaac”

By Travis Lauterbach Most people have some knowledge of what happened between Abraham and his son, Isaac. For many, the story from Genesis 22 is just plain confusing. At first what seems to only be about Abraham’s loyalty toward God, turns out t … [Read more...]