Senior Menu June 22-28, 2017

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June 22: Roast beef, red potatoes, mixed vegetables, garden salad, peaches, gingerbread June 23: Pork chops, stuffing w/gravy, peas & carrots, tropical fruit cocktail June 26: Beef stroganoff w/noodles, squash, orange spinach salad, fruit … [Read more...]

Investigation findings come a day late and fire chief short

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The City of Mesquite recently investigated accusations of an inappropriate relationship in the Fire Department. The conclusion at that time was that the accusation could not be substantiated but the issue didn’t die there. It was reported earlier … [Read more...]

Courageous Career Change

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There’s something admirable about someone who is willing to pursue their passion. We all love to hear stories of people who courageously made the leap of faith to follow their true calling. It certainly isn’t easy, but the ones who do, you can’t help … [Read more...]

bowling league updates

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Police arrest meth dealer

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On May 1, at approximately 10:00 A.M., Mesquite Narcotics Detectives concluded a lengthy investigation involving a local man who was trafficking and distributing crystal meth from his residence. Narcotics detectives purchased crystal meth from the … [Read more...]

Senior Menu June 8-14, 2017

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Thursday, June 8: BBQ chicken, potato salad, spinach, corn-on-the-cob, 7 grain bread, apple butter, banana Friday, June 9: Beef enchiladas, Spanish rice, refried beans, fruit cocktail Monday, June 12: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, … [Read more...]

bowling league updates

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Kokopelli Landscaping’s Athlete of the week

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Anasazi Park closing part two

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Owen Equities LLC, under the sole ownership of Margaret C. (aka Peggy) Owen purchased Canyon View Estates LLC in December 2014. The park, renamed Anasazi Palms, at the time of purchase, had several elderly residents who had sunk their life savings … [Read more...]