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Tuesday | KVBC-TV Las Vegas
Travel conditions on Interstate 15 in northwest Arizona are back to normal after several several hundred motorists were trapped for up to 13 hours by accidents late Saturday night in the Virgin River Gorge.
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Tuesday | The Spectrum
Seniors 55 to 61 years old may be hit hard with increased costs if the Mesquite Recreation Center fee committee is able to change the age group to fit in the adult instead of the senior category, in addition to other proposed fee hikes.
Mesquite resident Karen LoBello and her sister, Judy Voigt, who now lives in Colorado, recently published a children's Christmas book titled 'The Great PJ Elf Chase: A Christmas Tradition' that tells the story of two brothers who attempt to catch the sneaky elves that leave pajamas outside the bathroom door on Christmas Eve.
The Overton Power District No. 5 is scheduled Wednesday to discuss allowing the Colorado River Commission to issue new bonds to refinance Nevada's share of debt associated with spillway repairs and the building of the Hoover Dam Visitors Center.
Annette Dewall of Salt Lake City last week was visiting her mother, Corinne Pacheco, who has lived in Mesquite for 13 years.
The loss of the Oasis Casino as well as inflation may begin to impact the residents of Mesquite in the year 2017.
Roots Hair Salon in the Brickyard Plaza on Mesquite Boulevard has started a new service giving clients a chance to get some 'body work' at the same place they get their hair and nails worked on.
Back row from left: Kylie Migliore, Christina and Ed Newman. Front row from left: Adrianna Cannon, Diane Mora with Gabriella Mora and Ed Gutierrez.
Six Virgin Valley families were able to partake this year in a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings after two local organizations donated complete meals ready to cook to The Salvation Army, said Roberta Franco, director.
Virgin Valley Food Bank's annual Turkey Tuesday rolled out the fixings for Thanksgiving dinner and managed to feed 200 area families.
The first-graders at Virgin Valley Elementary School this week during a field trip got a hands-on demonstration of how Virgin Valley settlers churned butter, washed clothes and eventually were able to listen to music without a tablet, iPad, radio or television.