NDVS ROVER Program Schedules Visit to Mesquite tomorrow

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The Nevada Department of Veterans Services (NDVS) Veterans Outreach “ROVER” Program will visit so veterans and family members will be able to meet with a Veterans Service Officer (VSO) to learn about benefits and services they may be eligible for but … [Read more...]

MRBI Business Summit filling up fast

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The Mesquite Regional Business, Inc and the Mesquite Chamber of Commerce are jointly hosting the Mesquite Business Summit on Thursday, November 6, 2014 from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the Sun City Community Center, 1350 Flat Top Mesa. Steve Hill, Nevada … [Read more...]

Lena Prima, daughter of music legend Louis Prima, appearing at the CasaBlanca Showroom on Nov. 7

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Recording artist and entertainer Lena Prima, youngest daughter of music legend Louis Prima, makes her first appearance at the Casablanca Showroom bringing her powerful voice and infectious energy to Mesquite on November 7th at 7pm. “That Old Black … [Read more...]

CCSD to hold public meetings to discuss sex ed

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The Clark County School District will be holding several public input meetings in November to discuss the district's sex education curriculum. "We want the community to know that we are listening and that we are committed to collaborating with … [Read more...]

Hard Hat Heroes

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The fiber that holds the fabric together is often unnoticed.  The workers behind the scenes rarely get credit for the production.  Yet, it’s the people who often work in the background that hold the project together.  It’s this type of individual … [Read more...]

Local Authors Publish Book

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"TIPS at Your Service" is a collaboration between locals George Burkette and Michael Napper. Both authors work in the service industry. Patton, with over 25 years in Food and Beverage and Napper, with over 30 years in Health Care felt a need to … [Read more...]

Char Lang is Artist of the Month

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When Char first started her Art Career she envisioned producing original works of Art using the best of nature’s raw materials.  The goal was to capture visual and esthetical works of art by her own hand. With time, Char decided to share what she had … [Read more...]

Upcoming marathon needs volunteers

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The November 8th Mesquite Tri-States Marathon is in dire need of volunteers. This event has taken place for many years;  It's a marathon, half marathon and 5k with runners coming from all over the US and Canada. They need people to man aid … [Read more...]

Conflict Resolution: A Prized Skill

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Let’s face it, the potential for conflict is everywhere.  Conflict exists when the desires, intentions and goals of a person or group are not aligned with those of another entity.  You may encounter conflict at work, in business dealings, in social … [Read more...]

Bowling updates Nov. 3, 2014

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10/30/14 - CITY HIGH ROLLERS 1. Senior Strikers 28-8 2. Wild Hogs 25-11 3. Just for the Fun of It 24-12 4. Three-N-Me 23-13 5. Spare Me 23-13 6. Madame 9 22.5-13.5 7. Movin’ On Up 22-14 8. Lucky Strikes 20-16 9. A.C.T. 19.5-16.5 10. … [Read more...]