VHS College and Career Fair is a win for all

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For the third time, Shelly Stoiber and her colleagues put together a career fair at Virgin Valley High School, hoping to acquaint students with life opportunities after graduation. But that isn’t where the benefit ends. With the unemployment rate … [Read more...]

School, council disagree over marijuana money

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For the second time in a month, the Mesquite City Council once again tabled requests for marijuana sales tax receipt money from two schools at its Tuesday, Dec. 12, meeting when the educators did not adequately explain how they would use the … [Read more...]

Mayor makes new council appointments

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With three new council members taking their seats, Mesquite Mayor Al Litman formally made new appointments to various boards, committees and commissions. Councilman Brian Wursten: Mayor Pro-tem; Southern Nevada Health District. Councilman … [Read more...]

Nine Nevada Home Health Agencies Receive 2018 HealthInsight Quality Awards

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Award Program Recognizes Excellence in Clinical Quality and Patient Care LAS VEGAS—HealthInsight is recognizing nine home health agencies across Nevada for their commitment to improving performance and promoting patient-centered care. The … [Read more...]

Brown earns high marks for leadership of Virgin Valley Water District

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The five board members of Virgin Valley Water District were unanimous in their praise of District Manager Kevin Brown in delivering his annual performance evaluation at their Dec. 4 meeting. Brown’s evaluation was the focal point of a light agenda … [Read more...]

City finances get thumbs up from auditor

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As three councilmen sat on the dais for their last meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27, they received an audit report for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-18 that showed they left the city in good shape. The auditing firm of Hinton Burton CPA’s and Advisors gave an … [Read more...]

Council hears school district update

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The Mesquite City Council heard its quarterly update about the status of schools in the valley from Grant Hanevold, Associate Superintendent of Clark County School District, at its Tuesday, Nov. 13, meeting. Just prior to the meeting, City Clerk … [Read more...]

Another year, another 1000 flags of honor

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For 13 years, 1000 flags have flown in honor of those living who have served our country and sadly for those no longer with us.  Dedicated to every veteran who gave their all; some losing their lives fighting for their country, some gone long after … [Read more...]

Wendy’s opens in Mesquite

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In one of the most anticipated events in Mesquite, Wendy’s fast-food restaurant opened for business on Nov. 12 at the Flying J Eagles Landing travel plaza located at I-15 Exit 118. Doug Reath, Mesquite realtor who helped get the travel plaza project … [Read more...]

Community gives to the veterans

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Larry and Eva LeMieux and the Party People have done it again. For the second year in a row, their Hangar Party to raise money for the Mesquite Veteran’s Center was a huge hit with the Mesquite residents and successful in its fundraising … [Read more...]