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St George News

  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — Two teens were seriously injured, one of which was ejected, during a violent rollover Saturday night just north of Interstate 15 in the area of Jones Flats in Littlefield, Arizona. Shortly after 9:30 p.m. MST, officers and emergency personnel responded to Virgin Acres Boulevard less than a […]
  • by Joseph Witham
    ST. GEORGE — Tuesday marks one full year since human remains were found buried a few miles south of St. George, prompting a homicide investigation that has yet to yield answers for a family left in limbo. Nearly two years ago, Jerry and Susan McFalls went missing from their rustic […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A mother and her 5-year-old daughter escaped serious injury after hitting a cow at full speed on Interstate 15 just before sunrise on Sunday. At 5:45 a.m., emergency personnel responded to a single-vehicle crash on northbound I-15 near mile marker 8, just north of Littlefield, Arizona. Upon arrival, […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — Traffic on southbound Interstate 15 is backed up for more than 17 miles through the Virgin River Gorge Sunday. Update 7:45 p.m. MDT – Backup on southbound I-15 has cleared with traffic is moving slowly through the area, motorists are advised to expect delays. Southbound traffic on I-15 […]
  • by Markee Heckenliable
    ST. GEORGE — Deputies from Mohave County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the report of a woman who’s been missing since April. Updated May 18, 3:30 p.m. to reflect a more accurate description of Sarah Belle League provided by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, as well as a more up-to-date photo of […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — Two people were transported to the hospital in serious condition after a head-on collision in Littlefield, Arizona, Saturday. Shortly after noon, officers and emergency personnel responded to the crash on Highway 91 involving a white Ford F-250 and a red 2018 Kia Niro, Beaver Dam/Littlefield Fire District […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A rollover on Interstate 15 in Littlefield, Arizona, Thursday left the driver injured while the travel trailer her vehicle was pulling splintered into pieces after wind caused the SUV and trailer to roll multiple times after leaving the roadway. Officers and emergency personnel responded to a crash […]
  • by Jeff Richards
    ST. GEORGE — An early morning fire destroyed a fifth wheel camp trailer near Beaver Dam, Arizona, Tuesday. Officials say they believe the blaze was likely human-caused and are investigating whether it was deliberately set. Beaver Dam/Littlefield Fire District Battalion Chief Andres Ojeda said fire crews responded shortly after 6 […]
  • by Joseph Witham
    ST. GEORGE — A minor earthquake struck southwest of St. George Thursday morning. A handful of people in St. George, Santa Clara and Washington City reported feeling the 3.0 magnitude quake, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reported the quake just before 3 a.m. […]
  • by Joseph Witham
    ST. GEORGE — Police are asking for the public’s help finding a teen boy who has been missing for more than two days. Update 8:30 p.m. The teen has been located, Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said Monday evening. The teen, 16-year-old Joel Daniel Silva-Lopez, of Littlefield, Arizona, was last seen […]

Mesquite Local News

  • by Teri Nehrenz
    Trail running is a great way to combine running and the outdoors and the Grandmaster Ultras was the race that brought folks over 50 to the Mohave Desert for some particularly challenging terrain. With trail runners coming all the way from New Jersey to compete Feb. 7-9, the Grandmaster Ultras […]
  • by Teri Nehrenz
    Sometime between Jan. 11 and Jan. 21, 2018, Desert Springs, AZ., residents, Susan and Jerry Mcfalls Sr. were murdered and their bodies left in a shallow grave just south of the Utah, Arizona border, off Black Rock Road. A memorial marks the spot. The body of Susan Mcfalls was identified […]
  • by Teri Nehrenz
    For the first time in years Beaver Dam High School has a Drama Class who are working on a fairytale like production, ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Prince?’. The high school had been without a drama class for years, so teacher Wende Wolfe-Perez and students were forced to start […]
  • by Teri Nehrenz
    There will be a two-year anniversary vigil and forum held in Beaver Dam on Sunday, Jan. 26, at 1 p.m. (Arizona Time) in respect and remembrance of Jerry and Susan McFalls at 3344 McNight Ave., Beaver Dam (corner of McKnight and the old 91 Highway, across from the Beaver Dam […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    In Sept. 2019, Steve Reynolds, from the Mesquite Veteran of Foreign Wars chapter visited Greg Johnston’s Social Studies classes at Beaver Dam High School.  He had a challenge for the BDHS students.  Every year, the VFW sponsors a nationwide speech contest, called Voice of Democracy.  Reynolds explained the rules and […]
  • by Teri Nehrenz
    For the past 14 years. the Exchange Club of Mesquite has been helping the Littlefield Post Office and “any” soldiers overseas at the same time. The help began when Gene Maughan, Littlefield postal clerk and Mesquite Exchange Club member, had a plan which he presented to Littlefield Postmaster Doug Adriance […]
  • by Teri Nehrenz
    Hordes of Mesquite citizens flocked to Scenic, Arizona on Saturday, Dec. 14, to spend Christmas with the donkeys at the Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue.  Visitors were treated to free hot dogs, chips and home baked goodies. Donkeys were treated to as many pats and cuddles as they could handle; the […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    On Nov. 6, the eight members of the Beaver Dam High School Photo Club to a field trip to Zion National Park. This is the third year that BDHS students who have an interest in both the technical and aesthetic aspects of photography have been able to make this trip. […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue (PVDR) is inviting the public to spend Christmas with the Donkeys. This is an open house event and completely free to the public. Volunteers and owners of PVDR would like to thank all community members for their continued support of the rescue, so come on out […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Nov. 25 marked the Nevada State Tournament for Academic Olympics.  Beaver Dam High School, as a member of the Southern Zone in the NIAA, qualified for the tournament by winning the Southern Nevada Zone for the first time in the team’s brief four year history. Academic Olympics is a contest […]

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