Evolve Pest Control’s musician of the week

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New Medicare Cards

New Medicare cards are coming out in June. DO NOT throw away any mail from the social security administration ESPECIALLY between now and December, 2018. SSA is sending out new cards to EVERY recipient of Medicare. Your number will no longer be your … [Read more...]

This week in history Feb. 15-21

Feb. 15, 1913: Miss Brunswicker, our schoolteacher from Los Angeles, has been called to her mother's bedside that is very ill, she will leave today. Feb. 16, 1911: The little boy of Nephi Hunt who was scalded, is improving nicely. Milo Adams is … [Read more...]

Break the cycle program

By Kimberly Gilbert On Feb. 6 at 3 p.m. the Mesquite Municipal Court had the privilege of graduating an amazing young woman from the Breaking the Cycle program. Representatives from city administration and community groups including the Salvation … [Read more...]

John Nilsen in concert

 You can see Nilsen perform on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. at the Valley Presbyterian Church, 350 Falcon Ridge Pkwy. John Nilsen was born in Seattle, Washington in 1956. The Nilsen family moved to Portland, Oregon in 1960. Nilsen began studying … [Read more...]

Notice of Funding Opportunity

Seeking Nevada Organizations interested in developing national service programs to address critical community needs Nevada, Statewide, February 2, 2018 — Nevada Volunteers is pleased to release this Notice of Funding Opportunity which requests a … [Read more...]

Dora L. Hafen obituary

Dora L. Hafen was called  home by our Heavenly Father on  January 30, 2018. The youngest of nine children, Dora was born in Bunkerville, NV,  September 7, 1931,  to Lemuel and Agnes Leavitt.  Dora attended Virgin Valley High School and in her sophomor … [Read more...]

Robbery Suspect Arrested by Mesquite PD

On Feb. 4, at approximately 6 a.m., Mesquite Police Officers responded to reports of a robbery at a local gas station.  While en route, officers received a second report of another robbery at a local restaurant which was in close proximity to the gas … [Read more...]

Junior Bowling League results Feb. 5, 2018

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Candidates should promise to end earmarks

Everybody loves to hate earmarks. Don't they? Nevada Democratic Congresswoman Jacky Rosen, who is running for the Senate in a bid to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller, recently introduced legislation to ban earmarks. Earmarks are those … [Read more...]