Letter to the editor-Petrillo

I would like to congratulate Jayden Perkins who just received the Las Vegas Review Journals Male Athlete of the year award for Nevada prep athletics. We loved watching him play the last few years for the Virgin Valley HS football team. He has great … [Read more...]

LTE_Annie Black

To the Editor, A letter was published on the Mesquite Local New's website Monday that was filled with inaccuracies, false accusations, and clearly show the author is biased.  We are pleased that after speaking with the paper's editor, the letter was … [Read more...]

College of Southern Nevada- Mesquite Seeking Noncredit Instructors

Do you have a talent, skill, or trade you would like to share with others? Are you free during the day, evenings? CSN Mesquite Center is looking for instructors to offer a variety of personal enrichment classes. Maybe you have a flair for … [Read more...]

Suspect Who Fled From Mesquite Police Taken Into Custody

At approximately 10:22 AM, today, April 25th, the Mesquite Police Department assisted the Arizona Highway patrol with a stolen vehicle which Arizona Highway Patrol was actively pursuing into Nevada from Arizona.  After a short pursuit within … [Read more...]

 Electric Fiddler and Harpist Join the Cliffrose Chamber Music Series

    A concert harpist and a seven-string electric violinist will join the Cliffrose Chamber Music series to perform a wide range of music. Cliffrose’s final concert of the season will be performed at the Mesquite Community Theatre a … [Read more...]

ObamaCare costs keep soaring

Premiums for ObamaCare-eligible health insurance plans are soaring this year, according to an analysis by the Urban Institute. The study, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, found that the lowest priced of the so-called gold plans … [Read more...]

Beauty in words

When beautiful words are put to music they create wonderful songs but what happens when words are brought to life by artists? You get the Virgin Valley Artists Association’s Artists and Poets exhibit. Poets begin by putting those words on paper t … [Read more...]

Marcy’s Law in Mesquite

Marsy’s Law was celebrated at the Mesquite City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 27 with Mesquite Mayor Al Litman proclaiming April 8 – 14 as “Go Purple-Crime Victims’ Rights Week.” From left, Lynda Tache, Political Director, Mayor Litman, Will Batis … [Read more...]

WCFA Pets Needing People

WCFA’s featured pet is Emmy.  Emmy is a very sweet, outgoing young girl.  She is about 1- 1 ½ years old.  Emmy has been spayed and brought current on vaccines.  When you walk in the room, Emmy comes to greet you with a welcome meow.  She loves attenti … [Read more...]

Fundraiser for grads is fun for guests

The key to a great “fundraiser” Is FUN.   The Mesquite Community Education Fund and Virgin Valley High School students certainly lived up to that idea as they welcomed guests to the 2018 Spring Fling “Cherry Blossom Time” on March 21.   Chef Chris Noo … [Read more...]