MCSO arrest leads to suspected taser-related death

Friday evening, 8/29/14 at about 8:40 pm Mohave County Sheriff Deputies in the Littlefield area of the Arizona Strip saw a motorcycle with no rear plate operating on the roadway.  They started to make a traffic stop and the rider, a white male bel … [Read more...]

Holiday travelers still hitting construction in both directions

According to Eureka Casino owner Greg Lee, the town of Mesquite is all about convenience. But that critical component in the town’s tourism and gaming dollars has been lacking lately because of all the road construction on Interstate 15 between L … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals August 29, 2014

September Tip of the Month September marks the beginning of back-to-school season and the beginning of Fall. We have come up with tips so that pets can be safe and happy. Do not let pets go back to school with the children. Many dogs will want … [Read more...]

Plots, sub-plots and motive

I was thinking about how to illustrate plotlines, and this is what I came up with. Crafting a beginning to your story is only the first. Writing the body, or bulk of the story the story should be set in your head.  The characters and how they will … [Read more...]

MMGA Update Aug. 29, 2014

TUESDAY  -  JORDAN  -  LE VAN  BEAT  YEH  --  REILLY  - ANDERSON  SHINE NET Andrew Yeh had not played golf for a week and showed up at the Canyons not knowing whether their was a slot for him to play or whether he should test his ailing back.  It d … [Read more...]

Robert Fuller Keeps TV Cowboys in Spotlight

Robert Fuller still considers a 2008 invitation to Oklahoma the biggest honor of his professional career. “That’s when I was inducted into the cowboy Hall of Fame, something I never dreamt would happen,” said Fuller, referring to what is now known … [Read more...]

The Pause that Refreshes

 “As a rule, man’s a fool. When it’s hot, he wants it cool. And when it’s cool, he wants it hot. Always wanting what is not.”  -Unknown.  One day when I was sitting on the front porch, fretting about the summer heat, a friend shared the above quote … [Read more...]

Sending Dinner Back

I have been to many different restaurants as I am sure many of you have.  There have been really good ones and really bad ones.  For the most part just regular ones that have food and service that are fine. I have never sent anything back to the k … [Read more...]

Calderon returns from DR

Sister Jazmin Calderon returned after serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on August 20, 2014. Sister Calderon served 18 months in the Santiago, Dominican Republic Mission. Mere and Delia Calderon of Mesquite are … [Read more...]

Banks, Post Office, others closed Monday

With Monday, September 1 being Labor Day, all Federal and State offices will be closed. This includes banks, the post office and schools. The MLN office will also be closed, as will the Mesquite Recreation Center and Senior Center. Business … [Read more...]