Murder at Roley High Reunion

By Barb King It was 1959 and Roley City High School was having its fifth class reunion celebration. On a Saturday afternoon the class’s most illustrious graduate, Rock N. Roley, had performed at the municipal auditorium. That same evening, he was … [Read more...]

Veteran Center donation

Larry Lemieux, left center, presented $4,250 to Mesquite Veteran Center representatives on Tuesday, Nov. 14. The money was the proceeds from the First Annual Hangar Dance on Nov. 4, right after the Veteran’s Day Parade, at the Mesquite Airport. … [Read more...]

Rotary Book Sale

The Library parking lot was alive with activity November 4 as Mesquite Sunrise Rotary sponsored the annual Mesquite Reads Book Sale.  Before dawn, Rotary members, volunteers, and the VVHS Girls Basketball team set up 20-plus tables full of recycled … [Read more...]

Fourth job fair at Rising Star

By Abbey Snow MLN Mesquite Works held its fourth job fair at the Rising Star Sports Ranch last week, where employers were available for potential future employees to meet and learn about their job openings. Maggie Calhoun is a VISTA … [Read more...]

Bowling league updates Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 2017

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Bulldog soccer gals split games going into playoffs

The Virgin Valley High School Lady Bulldog soccer team lost to Clark 3-2 and walked over Del Sol 8-0 in their last two starts going into the 3A Southern Division playoffs. The non-league loss to Clark was disheartening as the Bulldogs were up 2-0 in … [Read more...]

Finding beauty in what’s hidden

The Virgin Valley Artists Association would like to extend congratulations to the winners of the October "Hidden Images" Exhibition & Competition.  The winners of the competition were named during a reception held on Oct. 19 at the gallery. … [Read more...]

Council approves limited marijuana money to schools

The Mesquite City Council’s approach to approving portions of marijuana sales tax receipts for local schools couldn’t have been more different compared to when the issue was first introduced several months ago. Councilman Brian Wursten introduced … [Read more...]

Commerce tax is unnecessary and burdensome

Gov. Brian Sandoval has been crying about a paper cut as though it were an amputation. Ever since Attorney General Adam Laxalt stated that he would run for governor next year and one of his platform positions would be the repeal of the 2015 commerce … [Read more...]

bowling league updates

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