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Mesquite Local News

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    Click below to see. City Council Agenda for December 13, city council agenda – Dec. 13
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    Click below to see. Mesquite Fire and Rescue Call Log, December 3 Fire and Rescue Dec. 3
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    Click below to see. Mesquite Police Department Arrest Summary for December 3 Arrest report Dec. 3    
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    Click below to see. Mesquite Police Department Call Log, November 30 Blotter Nov 30  
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    UNLVRebels.com For the first time in its 65-year existence, the Runnin’ Rebels played a game in Henderson Wednesday night and in doing so, improved its record to 9-0 this season to mark their best start in 12 years. Four players scored in double figures for the UNLV men’s basketball team as it defeated Hawaii […]
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    Over the past couple of months the Mesquite Police Department responded to several reports of theft of the mail from community mailbox clusters. MPD officers collaborated with the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) to investigate these thefts, and many fraud reports that came as a result of the thieves […]
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    Click below to see Mesquite Police Department Call Log, Nov. 30 PD 11-30 PD 11-30 (2)
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    Click below to see Mesquite Fire and Rescue Log, Nov. 25 fire 11-25
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    By Sherman Frederick/Properly Subversive With apologies to Art Linkletter (Google him, kids) President Joe Biden says the darndest things. Last week he said this with an absolute straight face: “Like we were doing before I got elected president, inflation at the grocery store is, thank God, beginning to slow.” Now, […]

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Sparks Tribune

  • by Trina Machacek
    Don’t get me wrong here. The Red Solo cup is a staple all year long. But throughout the end of the year holidays these little plastic items have a special place in homes everywhere. Of course we use them in summer. Bar-b-que season would not be possible without a red […]
  • by Sherman Frederick
    Forrest Gump’s momma was right: Stupid is as stupid does, which this week in American politics means “stupid” is clearly Donald Trump and the “journalists” who hate him. Everyone knows the Nick Fuentes story by now thanks to “journalists,” hair a-fire, who never miss an opportunity to bash the former […]
  • by Andrew Barbano
    The seasons they go ‘round and ‘round And the painted ponies go up and down. We’re captive on the carousel of time. We can’t go back we can only look Behind from where we came And go ‘round and ‘round and ‘round In the Circle Game — Joni Mitchell How […]
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    By Carly Sauvageau The Nevada Independent Reno City Plaza, an expanse of concrete sitting alongside the Truckee River, is a symbol of downtown life. Adorned with Burning Man art such as the space whale and Believe sign, it’s been the site of several celebrations, social justice protests or even just […]
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    By Sean Golonka The Nevada Independent When President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) into law in March 2021, Nevada legislators and state officials heralded the funding package, including nearly $7 billion for Nevada, as an opportunity to not only mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, but to […]
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    Mark Lawson was hired as the new fire chief for the City of Sparks at Monday’s city council meeting. Lawson is the city’s first externally recruited fire chief in Sparks’ history and comes with 32 years of fire suppression experience, and a background in both fire prevention and law enforcement […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    Santa Claus is coming to town this weekend and kids will be able to catch a glimpse of him all around Sparks. The 39 North Pole Village will be lit up December 1-3rd, featuring a free holiday light festival full of thousands of twinkling lights along with holiday shopping booths, […]
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    By Carly Sauvageau The Nevada Independent For decades, families have welcomed new members at the maternity ward of St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Reno, but that tradition abruptly ended the evening of Nov. 11. The sudden closure after 72 years of operation marks the end of an era for […]
  • by Kayla Anderson
    The holiday season is underway with the annual Scheels Turkey Trot happening at the Sparks Marina followed by a day of football and likely lots of eating. It seems like all of holiday décor came out early this year in stores, maybe to encourage shoppers to get their gifts before […]

Mineral County Independent-News

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    The Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Inc. (RSVP) Great Gas Giveaway fundraiser for Mineral County has come to an end and the winner of the $250 Golden Gate gas gift card has been announced: Congratulations Tina Manzini. RSVP wants to thank those who entered the raffle for their support in the […]
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  • by Sherman Frederick
    Forrest Gump’s momma was right: Stupid is as stupid does, which this week in American politics means “stupid” is clearly Donald Trump and the “journalists” who hate him. Everyone knows the Nick Fuentes story by now thanks to “journalists,” hair a-fire, who never miss an opportunity to bash the former […]
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    Barbara Barlow passed from this life on September 6, 2022, leaving a loss in her little hometown of Mina, Nevada. To know her was to see a kind, loving person who would do anything for you. Barbara’s talk was rough and caustic, but her actions were unmistakably kind and caring. […]
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    Ursula passed away on November 8, 2022, she was surrounded by family. Ursula is survived by her daughters Petra, Susan, Sandra and her son Don. She has eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Ursula is preceded in death by her husband Don Townsend Sr. Celebration of life will be announced […]
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    By Sean Golonka The Nevada Independent When President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) into law in March 2021, Nevada legislators and state officials heralded the funding package, including nearly $7 billion for Nevada, as an opportunity to not only mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, but to […]
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    By David Calvert The Nevada Independent About 40 miles north of Winnemucca sits the southern rim of the McDermitt Caldera. The caldera, which began as a lava dome created by the Yellowstone hotspot more than 11 million years ago during the mid-Miocene, formed after a volcanic eruption caused the dome […]
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    By Peter Stanton Walker Basin Conservancy This past water year was a wild ride for precipitation in the Walker Basin, with months posting both record highs and lows. The first few months started strong with record precipitation in October and December and left the Walker Basin at 203% of average […]
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    The biggest high school basketball tournament of the year in Hawthorne is returning this weekend as teams from across the state will come to town for the annual Serpent Classic. Eleven games will kick off the first day of the tournament that is being played at the MCHS gym and […]
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