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Mark Wier announced at Tuesday's City Council meeting that he is resigning as Mesquite's mayor effective May 12. "I struggled with this course of action for many months," Wier said.
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Homeowners in a northern Nevada community say their floors are shaking and their walls cracking as the weight of a former landfill tears them apart.
This Highland Hills desert park sloping down to the pond, right, covers the old Mesquite landfill.
Supporters gathered at 'Camp Bundy' for a rally Friday to celebrate Cliven Bundy's self-proclaimed victory over the Bureau of Land Management's decision April 12, when it stopped impounding his cattle.
Clance Cox, Cliven Bundy's son-in-law, checks his horse's feet before heading out to gather cattle.
The 43rd running of the NMA World Mini Grand Prix finished up its first full day of racing at Glen Helen Raceway, where 35 motos were run but not enough to complete the first round of motos.
Commissioner Tom Collins clarifies earlier remarks he had made on the Cliven Bundy cattle trespass situation during a meeting of the Clark County Commission Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is weighing in on a high-profile dispute between a Nevada cattle rancher and the federal Bureau of Land Management.
Reggi Frei of Mesquite rides a sheep in the Clark County Fair Mutton Bustin competition.
LOGANDALE -- Clark County Fair and Rodeo officials Monday blamed a 14 percent decline in attendance at this year's event on several factors including the Cliven Bundy march on the Bureau of Land Management incident command center Saturday six miles west of Mesquite that partially shut down Interstate 15. The fair office had several calls from ... (more)
The Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service and other federal agencies on April 12 capitulated to threats of violence from armed militia members and ceased their legally and morally required duty to remove trespass cattle from public lands.
The Bundy family and their supporters fly the American flag as their cattle were released by the BLM back onto public land outside of Bunkerville on April 12, 2014.
The major news media, with the exception of Fox News, has been deafeningly quiet about the federal government's thwarted raid last week on a Nevada rancher.