Many turn out for Monday’s GAS Club

Monday’s nine-hole tournament consisted of four-man teams playing in a 1-2-3 format: one score for the par 5’s, two scores for the par 4’s and three scores for the par 3’s. Three strokes are all that separated the top three teams, but it was the wi … [Read more...]

Obituary: Bruce Barber

Bruce Barber, 76, passed away at Kalispell Regional Medical Center in Kalispell Montana on Sunday, August 17, 2014.  He was born in Philadelphia, Penn. on April 24, 1938 to Madeline McManus and Elmer Barber.  He attended Hainesport Elementary School, … [Read more...]

Partnering for Awareness & Community Education Friday

The Nevada Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities (NGCDD) in collaboration with the City of Mesquite Department of Athletics & Leisure Services will be hosting a Disability Awareness and Resource Fair, also known as a P.A.C.E. Event ( … [Read more...]

MPD presents purpose to Sunrise Rotary

Sgt. Mike Van Houten and Officer Darren Wilkins from the Mesquite Police Department were guests of the Mesquite Sunrise Rotary Club and spoke to the club members. Sgt. Wilkins is the Resource Officer for the police department at the local schools and … [Read more...]

Community Calendar Sept. 4 – 10, 2014

The 3rd annual Mesquite Fine Arts Invitational Exhibition opened on September 1. Take a tour through the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery and you will be able to enjoy the work of the eight visiting visual arts groups who are participating with the … [Read more...]

Is China Colonizing America?

The Chinese economy has a voracious appetite for resources - timber, iron ore, diamonds, copper, oil, rare earth elements and other raw materials needed for China’s industries. China is obtaining these resources from all over the planet, mainly A … [Read more...]

Picture This

I do not take pictures. Cameras and I, whether as actual cameras or in phones, on tablets, I-pads or any other configuration of picture taking, do not get along well.  My husband takes pictures--of things.  Since I do not take pictures I know I s … [Read more...]

Splashing Out the Summer

The annual Water Day celebration at Beaver Dam Elementary has become a tradition since its inception in 2010 by Top Eagle, Mrs. Phyllis Leavitt. It allows the eagles to flock together and bid a fond farewell to the freedom of summer.  With cries of … [Read more...]

The Summer of Our Discontent

Despite these last few months of hot and lazy days, it’s been hard not to notice a cold political wind blowing through the country. The magazine Foreign Affairs captured it with its latest cover, a mockup of a travel poster featuring a crumbling U.S. … [Read more...]

Getting There – Trails and Highways through Southern Nevada Virgin Valley Heritage Museum Exhibit

From August 26 to September 30, The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum has a display running about the different Highways and Trails that run through Southern Nevada. The display covers The Old Spanish Trail, The Arrowhead Trail and Highway, Highway 91 … [Read more...]