Youth Bowling Leagues Update Nov. 14, 2014

11/8/14 - SATURDAY YOUTH – Bantums HIGH GAME Girls: KaLeiah Hartley 114 Boys: Jacoby Ford 117 HIGH SERIES Girls: KaLeiah Hartley 219 Boys: Jacoby Ford 224 OTHER HIGH GAMES Boys: Brandon Hall 109 AUNDRE Mosher 100 SATURDAY YOUTH –J … [Read more...]

2014 Men’s Summer Softball League Final Standings

1.Primex Plastics 13-0 2.Barry’s Music 8-7 3.Short & Slow 9-4 4.Virgin River Hotel/Casino 2-11 5.CasaBlanca Hotel/Casino 6-7 6.Bridge Six 2-8 Scores of November 12 Games Primex Plastics 11, Barry’s Music 0 Primex Plastics 16, Short &am … [Read more...]

Larry LeMieux and the Mesquite Concert Series Go Country

The Mesquite Concert Series took the stage last Friday and Saturday at the Mesquite Community Theatre to begin its 2014-15 season. And just like Donny and Marie, this season opener is going a little bit country and a little bit … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire Rescue Weekly Call Statistics Nov. 3 – 8, 2014

Mesquite Fire & Rescue submits the following call statistics for the week of 11/3/2014 through 11/8/2014: Total Calls For Service: * 911 Transports: 21 Non Transports: 3 Inter-facility Transports: 11 Fire Related Incidents: 5 FIRE … [Read more...]

Bowling League Updates Nov. 13, 2014

11/6/14 - PRIME TIMERS 1. 2 Plus 1 12.5-7.5 2. Should “A” Been 12-8 3. Bummers 10-10 4. WDGAS 10-10 5. Ron’s Girls 9.5-10.5 6. I Was Robbed 6-14 HIGH GAME Ladies: Gail Carras 204 Men: Larry Moultrie 234 HIGH SERIES Ladies: Gail Carras 5 … [Read more...]

Kokopelli Athlete of the Week Nov. 13, 2014 – Bernice Fiso

Bernice Fiso has been named Bulldog athlete of the week for her strong play during the recently played Southern 1-A Volleyball Tournament. Fiso had 35 kills in a two game span. Her strong play during the Bulldogs run to the playoffs helped the Dawgs t … [Read more...]

Mesquite Is Lucky This Month!

The town is on a lucky streak this month, starting with the return of our happy flock of snowbirds.  Everybody in town has the opportunity for good fortune by heading to the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery to enjoy the return of its trademark annual … [Read more...]

Nevada Supreme Court should rule for free speech as guaranteed by state Constitution

It drives me to distraction when smart lawyers try to peel away tiny layers of the law with a scalpel instead of bashing it with a sledgehammer. That’s what the attorney for Citizen Outreach did recently before the Nevada Supreme Court. He argued t … [Read more...]

New attorney general needs to hit the ground running on issues involving federal land agencies

Newly elected Attorney General Adam Laxalt has promised to make a priority of defending the state and its businesses and residents against overzealous federal encroachment on rights to use public and private land within the state of Nevada. He says … [Read more...]

This Week In History Nov. 13, 2014

November 17th 1900 Edward Bunker Sr. passes away in Mexico. November 19th 1919 Zion National Monument changed to Zion National Park. … [Read more...]