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Mesquite Local News

  • by mlnbbm
    ‘Rockets Over the Red Mesa’ fireworks show set for Eureka on July 4th The annual “Rockets Over the Red Mesa” tradition continues at Eureka Casino Resort with the best fireworks show around. The show will be held on Monday, July 4, at 9 p.m. The fireworks will be launched from […]
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    Click on the link to view the Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log June 23,2022 Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log June 23,2022
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    06/23/22 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 06/21/22 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 ——————————————————————————– 220621044 Lost Property Incident Address : Mayan Cir Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: R Stratton Disposition : Z Non-Criminal Incidents Unit: R2 […]
  • by mlnbbm
    SUNDAY, JULY 3 Movie Matinee for adults: 1-4:30 p.m. Mesquite Library, 160 W. 1st. N. St. Join in for the movie  TBA at the library. Info: 702-507-4080. MONDAY, JULY 4 Library closed: All day for Independence Day.. July 4th Golf, Party & Dancing: 7:30 a.m. Oasis Signature Palmer Course. Golf […]
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    06/22/22 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 06/20/22 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 ——————————————————————————– 220620037 Person On Foot Incident Address : I15 NB Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: J Perry Disposition : Z Non-Criminal Incidents Unit: […]
  • by mlnbbm
    Virgin River Watershed Camp  July 21, 2022  Youth Ages: 8 – 13  Registration Fee: $10.00 each- Family Fee $40.00  The Virgin River Coalition and Virgin Valley Heritage Museum are sponsoring a “Virgin River Watershed Camp” This camp will be held:  Date: Thursday, July 21, 2022.  Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 […]
  • by mlnbbm
    Mesquite Welcome Center Volunteers needed.Contact Diana McKinney at 406- 241-3765.
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    Sunshine Academy Pre-School New Student Enrollment MESQUITE, NV (Leisure Services Dept.) — The City of Mesquite Leisure Services Department New student registrations will begin June 1, 2022, for the Sunshine Academy pre-school classes for 3 to 5-year-olds  by The Leisure Services Department. New student enrollment will begin July 1 – […]
  • by mlnbbm
     National School Supply Drive Month Sandra Ramaker, City Councilwoman, along with The Department of Athletics and Leisure Services is hosting a few site locations to help the youth and teachers of the valley with the National School Supply Drive for July. After a year like no other, teachers and students […]
  • by mlnbbm
    SATURDAY, JULY 2 Movie Matinee for adults: 1-4:30 p.m. Mesquite Library, 160 W. 1st. N. St. Join in for the movie  TBA at the library. Info: 702-507-4080. SUNDAY, JULY 3 Movie Matinee for adults: 1-4:30 p.m. Mesquite Library, 160 W. 1st. N. St. Join in for the movie  TBA at […]

St George News

Sparks Tribune

  • by Trina Machacek
    There is an old adage that tells us, “If you don’t use it, you’ll loose it.” That pretty much describes why there is rust. Rust comes on when something sits idle, unused and then begins the trip into nothingness. A pile of rust. Something that will eventually be blown to […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    Nevada is Nevada and Texas is Texas. Always was; always will be. But in 2022 may I suggest a tiny link between the two states: The awakening of Hispanic voters. Consider Mayra Flores, who won a special election in the 34th Congressional District in Texas. In a traditionally Democratic stronghold, […]
  • by Andrew Barbano
    When there’s a fight, liberals cut and run Travus T. Hipp (1937- 2012) My Tribune colleague often said that in his hall of fame radio career and many times, he proved correct. I’ve lately seen a rash of obituaries for liberal democracy. A few examples: The egalitarian era from President […]
  • by Harry Spencer
    A large crowd of more than 200 persons attended the June 11th Celebration of Life for the late Ben Scott, which was held at the National Auto Museum in Reno. While Ben was most notable for his long tenure as the owner of Scott Motors, the celebration largely featured his […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    Between Rockin’ on the River, the wildest rodeo in the West, a young writers’ workshop, and a barbecue challenge coming up Fourth of July weekend, there’s something going on every day this week and next weekend in Reno/Sparks. Here are some events not to miss: Rockin’ on the River Starts […]
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    Learning is something I enjoy. I don’t shy away from learning to stuff new things into my gray matter, no way. But! Yes a cram packed “but.” I mean come on, by this time in my life you’d think I’d know all I need to know to get me through […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    Ever since newly minted Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson could not – or more accurately would not – answer the question “what is a woman” at her confirmation hearing, American political punditry remains at the ready to do battle over the topic. Don’t expect much of a fight in […]
  • by Andrew Barbano
    Media is the plural of mediocre Jimmy Breslin To paraphrase Charles Barkley, you know the world is going to hell when FOX News deserves praise for (ZOUNDS!) carrying the congressional Treasongate hearings while PBS airs old news shows or kiddie cartoons. That’s what happened in this region last Thursday and […]
  • by Harry Spencer
    The most recognizable face and voice on TV and Radio in the Truckee Meadows disappeared when Bob Carroll passed away on June 6th. For me I was fortunate enough to meet Bob when he first came to Reno in the ‘50s and interfaced with him for more than sixty years […]

Mineral County Independent-News

  • by Mineral County Independent News
    The Bureau of Land Management and the Nevada Department of Corrections – Silver State Industries conducted a wild horse and burro adoption event at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center on June 11, 2022. All available horses and the burro were successfully adopted at the event. Fifteen saddle-started wild horses and […]
  • by Trina Machacek
    There is an old adage that tells us, “If you don’t use it, you’ll loose it.” That pretty much describes why there is rust. Rust comes on when something sits idle, unused and then begins the trip into nothingness. A pile of rust. Something that will eventually be blown to […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    From the MCIN archives 10 Years Ago On a hot and sunny day last Thursday, a small crowd gathered in front of the American Legion Hall in Hawthorne to honor old glory in a ceremony celebrating Flag Day. Senator Harry Reid announced that Mineral County Will receive $659,099 in Federal […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    DEAR ABBY: I took a DNA test seven months ago. It came back that the man who raised me is not my biological father. My heart dropped, but I decided to meet my real dad. We have formed a relationship, mostly a good one, and I introduce him as my […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    Nevada is Nevada and Texas is Texas. Always was; always will be. But in 2022 may I suggest a tiny link between the two states: The awakening of Hispanic voters. Consider Mayra Flores, who won a special election in the 34th Congressional District in Texas. In a traditionally Democratic stronghold, […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Late afternoon on June 9, the Mineral County Sheriff’s Office arrested three individuals at their residences in Hawthorne, obtaining a large amount of methamphetamine, heroin, psilocybin mushrooms, drug paraphernalia, and more. At the house on 342 F Street, 27-yrold Cody Regusci and 33-yrold Sheila O’Sullivan were charged with the following […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    During Armed Forces Day weekend, fourth generation Northern Nevada rockhounds Thomas Johnston and Riley Larson are standing in front of an impressive display of brightly colored turquoise, variscite, and other earth-derived gems set in detailed wearable silver patterns. Residing in Luning, Nevada, AFD is one of the biggest events that […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    On Tuesday, June 14, Mineral County residents cast their votes on who they think should advance to the general election to be the next governor, US senators, representative in Congress, and serve in local positions. On a statewide scale, Mineral County residents overwhelmingly chose democratic candidate and incumbent Catherine Cortez […]
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    The Nevada Rural Counties Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, Inc. (RSVP) thanks the community of Hawthorne and our local RSVP volunteers for coming together to raise money for seniors, Veterans, and adults living with disabilities inMineral County. On Friday, May 20, golfers braved the unseasonably cool weather to tee off […]
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