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Mesquite Local News

  • by Trina Machacek
    It doesn’t matter where I saw this but there was a blurb regarding companies that collect information about us all. The deal was that a woman asked for her report from one of these companies and she got like 478 pages all about her and her life. Where she lived, […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    WCFA’S featured pets are Wally and Beaver.  Wally and Beaver are about 16 weeks old and are brothers.  They are beautiful kittens.  Wally has more black and Beaver has more white on him.  Both are current on vaccines, and will be micro chipped and neutered on November 15th.  These little […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Continue the fun with your dog. This class is advanced agility for dogs and owners who have attended our Beginning Agility Class or have had prior agility experience.  Beginning obstacles such as jumps, tunnel and tire will be incorporated into learning some additional more advanced obstacles and course variations.  More […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Whether you have a puppy 6 months or older, an adult dog or a rescue dog, attending a basic obedience class can make a big difference.  It not only allows your dog to gain knowledge of basic commands that are key to having a good relationship with their family, but […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Many calls that the Police Department receives are not always included in the blotter, as they are under investigation or a synopsis is not received. To show the amount of work our PD does do, we are including a weekly roster of stats. There were 243 calls this week: Abandoned […]
  • by Special to the MLN
    Statistics supplied by Mesquite Police Department. Disclaimer: These names were reported in the Mesquite Police Department’s arrest report released Nov. 11. Persons should be presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Allred, Tonya L Hurricane, UT 11/4/19 Failure to appear Trespass   Andrews, Casey C Phoenix, AZ 11/5/19 […]
  • by Lou Martin
    It was appropriate for the Virgin Valley High School Boulder City matchup to end with a 1-1 tie after regulation play. The teams split two home games this season setting up the rubber match. Defenses on both sides dominated most of the game until the latter minutes of the game. […]
  • by Lou Martin
    The Virgin Valley High School football team had to defeat archrival Moapa Valley twice in three weeks to make the Nevada 3A State Championship playoffs. The Dawgs lineman, were up to the challenge, as they controlled the line of scrimmage for most of the game powering the Bulldogs to a […]
  • by Dennis Cassinelli
    Since climate change seems to be a hot topic among politicians running for office today, I want to discuss global warming and climate change in general, in a way that you may have never seen or heard about before. It seems that this topic is a priority in the world […]
  • by Special to the MLN
              NOVEMBER IS ADOPT A SENIOR PET MONTH Puppies, kittens and other young animals are cute. They require a lot of time commitment, patience and energy from their owners. Many people have busy work and home schedules that keep them from providing the care necessary for […]

St George News

  • by Mori Kessler
    ST. GEORGE — Threats of contamination to the area’s sole water source and damage to local lands and wildlife are among the reasons civic officials, conservationists and others have protested a pending public lands gas and oil lease sale by the Bureau of Land Management in southern Nevada. Announced during the […]
  • by or for St. George News
    ST. GEORGE — Two award-winning local poets will be doing presentations of their craft within the next week. Marleen Bussma, from Dammeron Valley, Utah, recently released a book of cowboy poetry entitled “Tales of the Trails” that won the 2019 gold Will Rogers Medallion Award for excellence in Western literature. […]
  • by or for St. George News
    MESQUITE, Nev. — The three-day Nevada Open tournament hosted by Mesquite Gaming, owner of CasaBlanca Resort and Virgin River Hotel in Mesquite, Nevada, named its champion Thursday after the final round at the CasaBlanca Golf Club. Brett White from Houston, Texas, claimed the top prize at 19-under-par, shooting 196 for […]
  • by or for St. George News
    MESQUITE, Nev. — Nevada’s longest-running professional golf tournament, the “Nevada Open,” kicks off this week with an increased prize purse of $150,000. The player field for the three-day tournament is set, and Mesquite Gaming is excited to welcome 224 players traveling across more than 25 states. The 54-hole event will take […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a hard freeze warning for Washington County. The warning is in effect from late Tuesday night until Thursday morning and has the potential to destroy outdoor vegetation, especially in fruit-growing areas like orchards. Affected area The warning […]
  • by or for St. George News Sponsor
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  • by Mori Kessler
    ST. GEORGE — Beaver Dam-Littlefield firefighters and fellow area responders welcomed a new fire engine with an old tradition Monday. “The tradition is to push the (firetruck) in the bay, so that’s why we invited all of our neighbors to come up here,” Beaver Dam-Littlefield Arizona Fire Chief Jeff Hunt said. […]
  • by Obituaries
    February 9, 1945 – October 14, 2019 George Arnold Merced, a resident of St. George, Utah, passed away Oct. 14, 2019, at his home. He was born Feb. 9, 1945, in Cidra, Puerto Rico, to Maximino Merced and Iberia Rivera. George was raised in Puerto Rico, moved to Brooklyn, New York […]
  • by Ryann Richardson
    ST. GEORGE — Officials are searching for the person who purchased a winning Mega Millions ticket in Littlefield, Arizona. The ticket, according to Arizona State Lottery officials, was sold at the Beaver Dam Station in Littlefield, and the winning ticket — with a prize value of $10,000 — was chosen […]
  • by Mori Kessler
    ST. GEORGE — The southbound lanes of Interstate 15 in Arizona just before the Nevada border were temporarily blocked Wednesday night due to a truck and trailer rollover that sent one person to the hospital. Around 6 p.m. MST, the driver of a pickup truck pulling a travel trailer lost control […]

Sparks Tribune

  • by Kayla Anderson
    On Saturday, the Andelin Family Farm hosted Washoe County School District’s fifth annual Punkin’ Chunkin’ event where students from across all grade levels came out and showed off their pumpkin-chucking trebuchets. The idea for the Punkin’ Chunkin’ originally came about when Reed High School metalwork and engineering teacher Tim Conley […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    Police: Description of Vehicle in Fatal Hit-and-Run Revised RENO — Reno police say investigators have revised the description of a suspect vehicle in the hit-and-run death Tuesday of a 14-year-old girl. Police said Saturday that investigators remain “fairly certain” that the suspect vehicle is a 1988 to 1993 GMC 1500 […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    By Megan Messerly The Nevada Independent The biggest test for Nevada’s health insurance exchange begins today. The exchange is launching — for the second time in its six-year history — a fully state-run platform to enroll Nevadans in health insurance plans through the individual marketplace. In the simplest of terms, […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    SPARKS — Sparks fire officials are investigating a blaze that severely damaged three unoccupied buildings in a warehouse district near the Nugget hotel-casino where several of fires were started over the past 18 months by trespassers in abandoned structures. No injuries were reported in the fire that broke out at […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    By Ken Ritter Associated Press LAS VEGAS — A federal judge in Nevada has dismissed a lawsuit that invoked sex trafficking laws in a bid to close the nation’s only legal brothels. U.S. District Judge Miranda Du in Reno said in her Tuesday ruling that she empathized with three women […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    By Scott Sonner Associated Press RENO — Conservationists are suing the Trump administration to try to block mining exploration in Nevada they say would wipe out the only known population of a desert wildflower. The Center for Biological Diversity filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    RENO — Carson Strong passed for 297 yards and two touchdowns, Romeo Doubs had 11 receptions for 167 yards — both career highs — and a score, and Nevada beat New Mexico 21-10 on Saturday night. Strong went 27 of 39 with no interceptions, Elijah Cooks had six catches for […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    After an exciting finish to the regular season, the 4A football playoffs are set in Northern Nevada. The High Desert League crown and top seed for the came down to a pair of Sparks schools last Friday as Reed hit the road to play Spanish Springs. The Cougs came out […]
  • by Sparks Tribune
    The Reed High girls soccer team celebrates after knocking off visiting Bishop Manogue Monday night in the first round of the playoffs. After both teams went scoreless in the first half, Reed scored twice in the second to win 2-1. The Raiders play Galena tonight in the semifinals in Carson […]
  • by Thomas Mitchell
    A growing number of public and private entities are joining a concerted effort to make sure a bill pending before Congress does not inadvertently create a means for Clark County to tap rural groundwater, though Clark County officials protest that is not the intent of the proposal. According to Great […]

Mineral County Independent-News

  • by Mineral County Independent News
    By Scott SonnerAssociated Press RENO — Congressional Democrats are demanding the Interior Department produce an overdue report on plans to manage wild horses roaming federal lands in the West after the head of its public lands agency told reporters it will take $5 billion and 15 years to get overpopulated […]
  • by Heidi Bunch
    This year, the fan-favorite Cecil the Serpent of Walker Lake returned to Carson City for the first time in decades to participate in the Nevada Day parade. History of the Beast Let the residents of Scotland have bragging rights to the Loch Ness Monster because the citizens of Mineral County […]
  • by Heidi Bunch
    Mineral County residents who will be using the Mt. Grant General Hospital facilities on Tuesday, Nov. 5 should be made aware that an active shooter drill will be held between those hours so that hospital employees, Mineral County Sheriff’s Office and Fire Department can prepare for incidents before they occur. […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Dog Licenses Available in Hawthorne Mineral County Animal Control will begin selling Mineral County dog licenses for 2020 on Nov. 1. The fees are: spayed or neutered animal $3, un-neutered male $5, un-spayed female $7.50. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required. Mineral County Animal Control will be available from […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Thank You, The Sickler Family would like to thank everyone for keeping her in your prayers. Thanks to the El Capitan; Dean and Claudia; Eva Lopez; Geraldine and family; Dee Schaar; bingo buddies; Allen and Paula; Jerry Jones and family; Jerry Herrod; Steve and Dianna Munger; Darlene Nelson; MaryAnn White; […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Thank You, The Lions Christmas tree and landscaping at the entrance to Hawthorne by McDonald’s was destroyed by an out-oftown driver. Our thanks to Sergeant Ratliff for researching months of police arrests to give me date of the accident. Sergeant Ratliff, what is the most helpful person at the sheriff’s […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Thank You, Hawthorne Elementary 3rd grade students were fortunate to receive student dictionaries from the local Elk’s organization. Each year this special day embraces literacy by igniting life-long interest in the benefits and uses of a personal dictionary. Thank you to our local BPOE: Nelson Wasserman, Ernie Wood and Shaun […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    By Jackie ValleyThe Nevada Independent On a chilly fall evening, a train conductor clad in a flat-topped hat and gold-buttoned suit jacket inhaled deeply and delivered his customary greeting. “All aboard!” he shouted, lingering on each syllable. The announcement spurred action at the Nevada Northern Railway’s train depot in Ely, […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Justice Court On Oct. 9, Kenneth Rosemann pled guilty to the charge of diving a motor vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance, NRS 484C.11, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $585 in fines and fees; credit one day in jail; 24 hours community […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    By Mark HernandezThe Nevada Independent Since marijuana sales have been legalized in Nevada, the illegal cultivation sites that have been destroyed has fallen from more than 150 in 2012 to 20 in 2018, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Nevada is one of 12 states and the District of […]