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Mesquite Local News

  • by Abbey Snow
    01/25/22 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 01/23/22 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 ——————————————————————————– 220123025 Welfare Check Incident Address : Vineyard Ln Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: L Stewart Disposition : Z Non-Criminal Incidents Unit: B2 […]
  • by Abbey Snow
    Click on the link to view the Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log Jan 24,2022 Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log Jan 24,2022
  • by Abbey Snow
    We have been notified by Congressman Steven Horsford’s office that they will be visiting Mesquite on Thursday, January 26, 2022 from 1:00PM – 5:00PM. At the Mesquite Recreation Center located at 100 West Old Mill Rd.   The Congressman’s office will have a representative from his staff available to assist […]
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    Click on the link to view the Mesquite Police Department Arrests Jan 15 – 22,2022 Mesquite Police Department Arrests Jan 15 – 22,2022
  • by Abbey Snow
    01/24/22 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 01/22/22 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 ——————————————————————————– 220122046 Traffic Accident w/ Injuries Incident Address : MESA Blvd & E PIONEER Blvd Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: S Vent, J […]
  • by Abbey Snow
    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26 Preschool Storytime: 10-11 a.m. Mesquite Library, 121 W. 1st N St. Join for stories, songs and activities that build early literacy. For children ages 3-5 and their caregivers. Call 702-507-4080. International Cinema (Film Discussion Group: 2-3 p.m. Mesquite Library, 160 W. 1st. N. St. Join to discuss […]
  • by Abbey Snow
    Click on the link to view the Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log Jan 23 – 24,2022 Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log Jan 23 – 24,2022
  • by mlnbbm
    By Trina Machacek This is not about losing people or pets. That’s a place none of us wants to go, even for a minute. No, this is about losing things. Yes things are things. Things are stuff and we all have stuff we probably can and, in the long run […]
  • by Abbey Snow
    Blood Drive at the Mesquite Recreation Center Thursday Jan 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. All blood banks nation wide have gone on a national appeal requesting the help and support of the community due to the national shortage we are facing. The levels are at a record breaking […]

St George News

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    SOUTHERN UTAH — The weekend is almost here, and that means it’s time to look for adventure – whether it’s something fun, inspiring, educational or entertaining. Take advantage of our snapshot of Southern Utah events and activities to enjoy with family and friends, and keep the adventure going all weekend […]
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    Feb. 16, 1931 – Jan. 22, 2022 Ardes Christena Westlund Cannon passed away peacefully on Jan. 22, 2022, at Red Cliffs Health and Rehab in St. George, Utah, surrounded by her loving family. Ardes is survived by three sons; George Q., IV (Jean), of Mesquite, Nevada, David (Anita), of Washington […]
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    Aug. 27, 1936 – Jan. 6, 2022 John I. Burns passed away at 85 years of age on Jan. 6, 2022. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Loraine, three children: John Burns of Mesquite, Nevada; Janet Sundell (Charles) of Las Vegas, Nevada, and James M. Burns (Patty) […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Mesquite Gaming, owner of the CasaBlanca Resort & Casino and the Virgin River Hotel & Casino, will once again host the annual Mesquite Hot Air Balloon Festival this weekend from Friday through Sunday. Each morning, more than 35 hot air balloons will rise into the desert skies, […]
  • by Obituaries
    Aug. 27, 1936 – Jan. 6, 2022 John I. Burns passed away at 85 years of age on Jan. 6, 2022. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Loraine, three children: John Burns of Mesquite, Nevada; Janet Sundell (Charles) of Las Vegas, Nevada, and James M. Burns (Patty) […]
  • by or for St. George News Sponsor
    SOUTHERN UTAH — The weekend is almost here, and that means it’s time to look for adventure – whether it’s something fun, inspiring, educational or entertaining. Take advantage of our snapshot of Southern Utah events and activities to enjoy with family and friends, and keep the adventure going all weekend […]
  • by Chris Reed
    ST. GEORGE — A new federal government website went online Tuesday that allows households to be sent four free, at-home COVID-19 rapid tests. The free tests come as the first Southern Utah school has moved into the designated red level for COVID-19 infections, while there was also an uptick in local […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — The treatment of chronic pain is a difficult undertaking. At Desert Pain Specialists, a team of highly skilled medical providers seeks to improve the quality of life for Southern Utah patients through innovative pain management solutions for conditions both common and rare.  Cervical dystonia, also called spasmodic […]
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    May 20, 1968 – Jan. 15, 2022 Dennisearl Fredericke Clem passed away peacefully in his home early Saturday morning, Jan. 15, 2022. Dennisearl was born May 20, 1968 in Anaheim, California. He grew up a bright and energetic child splitting his childhood homes between Las Vegas, Nevada; Tucson, Arizona; Camarillo, […]
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    Jan. 11, 1964 – Jan. 11, 2022 Craig Atkin Lundin was born Jan. 11, 1964, in St. George, Utah.  He was the fifth child of Harry and Lou Jean Atkin Lundin. He died peacefully on his 58th birthday with his loving wife Kim, daughter Halle and friend Rick by his […]

Sparks Tribune

  • by sparksbbm
    But I will. Democrats made a mistake supporting Joseph Biden over Bernie Sanders. I forgave Mr. Biden for Clarence Thomas and a host of other sellouts to the corporate good ole boy system and voted for the president anyway — as did Sen. Sanders. In recent decades, the bedrock of […]
  • by Harry Spencer
    This week marks a very important date because it will be the culmination of the first year of the Biden presidency. I will leave it up to the individual reader to assess Biden’s long list of accomplishments. It also is the date that marks less than 14 days to the […]
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    By Jacob SolisThe Nevada Independent Katelyn Counts arrived at UNR in 2020, just as COVID restrictions had eased enough for in-person instruction to at least partially return. Still, it was a difficult transition. With no vaccines available, the pandemic shuttered much of the normal college experience — most of her […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    Even though covid is still affecting school operations across the country, the Washoe County School District is still moving forward with business as usual. On January 14, it announced that it was beginning its search for a new superintendent to replace Dr. Kristen McNeill upon her retirement this summer. The […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    Following the all-abilities playground that was installed at Pah Rah Park in 2017, the City of Sparks recently broke ground on another all-abilities playground at the Sparks Marina. Construction began on January 18 and will be closed as it removes and replaces the equipment with new play structures, shade, and […]
  • by sparksbbm
    I have officially run out of enough serenity to accept the things I cannot change about the Joe Biden Administration. This became apparent after watching President Joe Biden’s two hour press conference marking his first tenuous year in office. Mr. Biden should not be unleashed to answer questions off the […]
  • by sparksbbm
    DEAR ABBY: I am becoming more and more irritated with people. My fuse is short and I’m prone to bursts of anger. Today I watched another driver run a red light, and I proceeded to honk my horn, lower my window and give the guy my middle finger. (Yeah, I […]
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  • by Trina Machacek
    This one will cause a stir. Of that I am sure. I just don’t get snowmobiles and boats. I understand the need for them depending on where you live and what your needs are to get to the store if it has snowed feet of snow or you live on […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    On Oct. 7, Gov. Steve Sisolak said “I’m hopeful that the worst is behind us. But you never know with variants that are coming forward. I’m not anticipating any more mandates.” That didn’t age well because along came Omicron and inside 60 days the governor who ruled like a tyrant […]

Mineral County Independent-News

  • by Sherman Frederick
    How schizophrenic are we about the need to wear masks? One picture last week on CSPAN illustrates. Testifying before the Senate Health Committee, Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke to legislators without a mask. Dr. Rochelle Walensky followed him wearing a doubled-up N-95 mask. Remember, this was Jan. 11 – the height […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    Hawthorne resident and business owner Kelly Williams is up at 3:30 a.m. – way before the sun rises- to start breakfast. Two weeks ago, she had the idea to use her waffle maker and fryers to bring hearty, wholesome meals to the residents of Mineral County through Hawthorne High Desert […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    On January 13, 2022, U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen announced that 325 healthcare providers in the State of Nevada will receive $25.9 million from the federal government to help their operations in rural communities. The funding is granted through the American Rescue Plan that Rosen helped approve last year. The monies […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    By Riley SnyderThe Nevada Independent Without changes, Nevada will not meet its ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets over the coming decade and will fall far from the goal of net zero emissions by 2050. That shortfall was highlighted in the 2021 version of the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection’s […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    To Vic, From Craig – A beautiful sunset on Monday morning in Hawthorne – By Craig Anderson.
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    From the MCIN archives 10 Years Ago The Hawthorne earthquake swarms have done exactly what seismologists had hoped it would do, slowly fade away. They say that dead men never tell tales but if Sergeant/Investigation Division Brian Dillard with the Mineral County Sheriff’s Office has his way he can’t wait […]
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    Almost everyone has an idea of what an archaeologist does. Those perceptions are based off such movie franchises as “Indiana Jones” and “Night at the Museum.” Do you actually know what their day to day is like? Learn more at Lost City Museum’s Archaeology Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 […]
  • by Mineral County Independent News
    Beginning Jan. 10, drivers will see periodic shoulder and single lane closures on U.S. 50 in Dayton as the Nevada Department of Transportation installs livestock fencing to reduce vehicle-horse collisions. Between Jan. 10 and early summer, drivers will see intermittent roadway lane and shoulder closures weekdays between 6 a.m.-6 p.m. […]
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    The Bureau of Land Management, Nevada State Office invites the public to two virtual workshops on the proposed Greenlink North Project to be held via Zoom January 26 and 27. The Greenlink North project will be a 525 kV line that spans approximately 235 miles from Ely, NV to Yerington, […]
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