MMGA weekly update June 14, 2014

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MMGA FORWARD TEE PLAYERS DESTROY FALCON RIDGE What just happened?  Seventeen players teed it up at Falcon Ridge on Tuesday and eight of them played from the forward tees.  It wasn’t the fact that they played from the forward tees but rather the … [Read more...]

Change of Mission Boundaries Affects Valley

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It has been announced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints that as of July 1, 2014 the Virgin Valley will be included in the Utah St. George Mission. The Mesquite Nevada Stake which encompasses the entire valley was previously part … [Read more...]

Ballweg Resigns From MRB Board

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On Friday, July 11, 2014, George Gault, Chairman of the Mesquite Regional Business, Inc. (MRB) Board of Directors accepted Dave Ballweg’s resignation from the MRB Board of Directors. Mr. Ballweg, charter member of the Board, submitted his formal … [Read more...]

Cheryl Ladd’s Grace Kelly Story

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Despite the recent media attention surrounding “Grace of Monaco,” the film that opened this year’s Cannes Film Festival in May, Nicole Kidman wasn’t the first blonde beauty to depict popular 1950’s movie star Grace Kelly. Three decades earlier, … [Read more...]

Summer bowling league update July 14, 2014

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7/7/14 - ADULT / YOUTH 1. Rock Stars 29-6 2. Strikers 27-6 3. Chicago’s Best 21-144 4. Lots “O” Luck 21-14 5. Two Pin Heads 19-16 6. Ballerzzzz* 19-2 7. On the Ball 18-17 8. Aliens 17-18 9. Chicago II 14-21 10. The Knights 9-26 11. Grammie … [Read more...]

Quick Reminders for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

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The following is a reminder from Nevada Highway Patrol: Quick Reminders for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Summer time is here and our Nevada roadways are going to be busy with our communities and visitors abroad. Reducing accidents, the severity … [Read more...]

Council changes Marijuana issue, again

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In a release of the upcoming City Council Technical Meeting agenda for July 15, the council has once again changed their mind on putting off the issue of Mesquite's Medical Marijuana bills. On Tuesday, July 8, the council had decided to wait until … [Read more...]

Mesquite’s Jeff Olson takes1st in Enoch City Freedom Run 10k

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Jeff Olson, a Mesquite resident, takes his running serious.  He gets up early at 5 a.m., and takes to the pavement and the hills that keep him in top shape for his marathons, which he runs 2-3 times a month in the surrounding four states Jeff is … [Read more...]

Knowledge is power

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“Knowledge is power” and the Heads of States have known this from the very beginning.  In some societies it was illegal to openly offer free education to the poor.  The ability to read and write was to possess the power to organize, and to … [Read more...]

The Magic of Glass Art and More at Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery

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Glass is big on the current art scene.  Mesquite artists are in tune with that trend, working in several different processes of glass art construction.  Their fine glass art creations are available at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery,  the City-owned … [Read more...]