Mary Lou Kessler-Artist of the Month

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By AlixSandra Parness Sitting at the feet of her grandmother, Mary Lou Kessler spent many hours learning the skill of embroidery.  It was an art form back in the day before electronics took over the airwaves.  Sitting there and listening to the … [Read more...]

Thank You From Christmas With the Donkeys 2018

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Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue Scenic AZ. Satellite Adoption Center, would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone for the show of support we received during our Annual "Christmas with the Donkeys", that was held December 8, 2018 . Joan Dunkle … [Read more...]

Mesquite Police No Shave November Fundraiser Comes to a Finish

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Throughout November, Mesquite police officers have been seen around town growing beards for a good cause. The police department’s first-ever participation in a No Shave November event was to challenge officers to raise funds to support Liv Stuart’s … [Read more...]

Maybe shopping can mean a little bit more

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“Maybe Christmas, perhaps, doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more,” said the Grinch. Well, the most anti-Christmas figure may have just hated those big chain stores, and who wouldn’t? They’re all crowded this … [Read more...]

A Game Show Pro

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He’s smart, energetic, quick- thinking, with lots of personality and he’s “Come on down” to the stages of 10 game shows over the past 40 years but he’s still waiting for that big payout. New Mesquite resident Ken Juber lived in Los Angeles, CA for … [Read more...]

Scouts bring it on and stock it up

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On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Boy Scouts collected food from the canned food drive and delivered it to the Salvation Army to feed families In need. Since 1988, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts have collected more than 10,000,000 pounds of food in Southern … [Read more...]

Oh Christmas Trees

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Everybody enjoyed the beautifully themed trees at the 21st Annual Festival of Trees, held Nov. 14-17 at the Virgin River Event Tent and sponsored by the Mesquite Arts Council. There were several dozen trees; each tree depicting its own tale of the … [Read more...]

Kettles ringers wanted in Eddie’s memory

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It’s that time of year when the air fills with the sound of ringing bells all around Mesquite with many volunteers standing by the Salvation Army red kettles taking donations to help the less fortunate. Sadly, for the first time in 12 years, the … [Read more...]

Seeking brightly lit floats

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You are invited to participate in the Fourth Annual Mesquite Parade of Lights on Wednesday, December 5 at 5:30 p.m. The parade will begin on Arrowhead at the LDS church lot and travel up Mesquite Blvd. to Willow St. Santa and Mrs. Clause will … [Read more...]

Donations Sought for Community Thanksgiving Dinner

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On Wednesday, Nov. 21 from noon to 6 p.m., the Mesquite Senior Center will host a complementary community Thanksgiving meal. This annual tradition of feeding over 1,500 residents from Mesquite, Bunkerville and the surrounding areas is only possible … [Read more...]