Celebrating 150 Years of Nevada Statehood!

The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum is proud to announce its display celebrating Nevada's sesquicentennial! The display can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the main display case at the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum, until … [Read more...]

NAPA Auto Parts Plans Grand Opening

NAPA Auto Parts has returned to the Virgin Valley. NAPA Mesquite, independently owned and operated by Bob and LaWana Kesler, plan to hold a grand opening event on Saturday, November 1. The festivities begin at 11 a.m. There will be food, … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals Oct. 31, 2014

National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week Approximately 3,500 animal shelters across the United States serve the estimated 6-8 million homeless animals who need refuge each year, and many more animals find themselves in need of the services … [Read more...]

Yeh and Miller take MMGA this week

TUESDAY: YEH IS STILL AT THE TOP As MMGA players get closer to their club championship in mid November Andrew Yeh continues to play as the person to beat as the best player in the club.  On Tuesday at Falcon Ridge he recorded birdies on one and … [Read more...]

GAS Club mixes it up, again

The winter-time golfers are really starting to show their faces and bringing their “A” games back to town. The competition is strong this year. Wednesday’s winning team had their mojo working hard, playing a 3-best-ball on all holes except the par … [Read more...]

Elvia Warns Halloween Can Be Scary For Pets

When it comes to Halloween, no one is more familiar with the nocturnal October ritual than actress Cassandra Peterson, better known to millions as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Sporting an oversized black wig, a low and behold form-fitting black … [Read more...]

A Vote for Education is Critical in Nevada

By Kara Kerwin In a state where just 28 percent of eighth graders are proficient in math and 30 percent are proficient in reading according to national assessments, education is deserving of more attention in 2014 elections. Across the country, … [Read more...]

Exhibition Winners Named in “Dusty Trails”

All trails led to the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery on October 23 as winners were announced in the “Dusty Trails” Exhibition, which honored Nevada’s 150 years of Statehood.  Virgin Valley Artists Association President Barbara Withelder congratulated all … [Read more...]

Donkeys help raise money for the Mesquite Cancer Help Society

Last Saturday, October 25, the donkeys from the Scenic Arizona Satellite Adoption Center of Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue were celebrating “The Power of Pink” to raise money for the Mesquite Cancer Help Society. The donkeys were there to meet the p … [Read more...]

Cash Mob tomorrow

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