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Wes Duncan to speak at Laughlin Leadership Forum on August 15

 

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One of Nevada’s biggest problems – persons suffering mental illnesses who live a life with the revolving door of a a jail – is a focus of Wes Duncan, who wants to succeed his boss, Adam Laxalt, as the state’s Attorney General.

 

Nevadans are invited to hear Duncan speak at 5 P.M. on Wednesday, Aug. 15, during a Leadership Forum sponsored by the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation at the American Legion Post 60 meeting hall at 1510 Bruce Woodbury Drive, about a half-mile downhill from the Needles Highway. Admission will be free.

 

“Laughlin voters have a golden opportunity to hear a candidate for one of the most important elected statewide offices. Please invite your friends to join you to learn more of what Mr. Duncan wants to do, not only for Nevada, but Laughlin,” commented Jim Maniaci, President of the LEDC.

 

He developed the mental-behavioral health situation as a top priority through round-table discussions with most of the district attorneys offices, many sheriff’s offices, and several police departments during a state-wide tour. The solution, he indicated, involves teaming social workers, clinical psychologists, and psychiatrists with police at jails and emergency rooms. Duncan will provide more details during his presentation.

 

Having served as Laxalt’s First Assistant Attorney General, he strongly supports school resource officers, having identified resources so the AG’s Office can help to make it happen. 

 

An Air Force veteran who continues to serve in the Reserves as a major, he was assigned to the Central Criminal Court in Baghdad to help the Iraqis with the prosecution of extremist groups and suspected terrorists.

Duncan, 37, and wife Jennifer met at Nellis Air Force Base and are the parents of boys ages 3 and 4.

 

He faces the other major party’s candidate, Aaron Ford, with Laughlin voters casting their ballots at the Laughlin Branch of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library. Early voting will be conducted from Oct. 20 through Nov. 3, before the Nov. 6 general election. 

 

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Resort Fees In Laughlin

 

As of May 1st the majority of Hotel/Casinos in Laughlin have adopted resort fees.  Harrah's Laughlin has had Resort Fees for quite awhile. Now other Laughlin properties with resort fees include the Aquarius, Colorado Belle, Edgewater, Riverside Resort, and Tropicana

 

Guide to Resort Fees in Laughlin   

Golden Entertainment to buy the Colorado Belle and Edgewater in Laughlin

 

PRESS RELEASE
Golden Entertainment to Acquire Two Laughlin, Nevada Casino Resorts in Accretive Transaction

 

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July 19, 2018

Laughlin Lagoon Project - Update

 

By a unanimous 7-0 vote Tuesday, the Board of County Commissioners approved the next 2 steps towards the clearing of thousands of cubic yards of silt clogging the Laughlin Lagoon. The Commission, chaired by Steve Sisolak whose District A includes Laughlin, approved the 2 matters as part of the consent agenda as they did not need discussion.

 

Following a request from the Town Advisory Board, the Clark County Commission voted to allocate $1.7-million from Laughlin's Fort Mohave Valley Development Fund to complete the financial package to clear channels -- including a 2,000-ft. public beach at the south end of the backwater by widening the drainage channel next to the Laughlin Bay Marina. About a dozen property owners fronting the mile-long Lagoon will pay the balance of the bonds for Special Improvement District 162-A. On Aug. 7, commissioners are scheduled to award the contract with work required to be done from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 to protect a fish and 2 bird species under the Endangered Species Act. 

 

After the Lagoon is cleared, SID 162-B will tax the property owners to keep the channels cleared with annual assessments to replenish what is spent.

 

Commissioners also directed the Clark County Public Works Department to prepare the official property tax assessment roll. Property owners may either pay their entire amount up front, or select to have them split into 20 semi-annual payments. The BCC will conduct its public hearing about the assessments on July 17 at 10 A.M. in Las Vegas.

 

"On behalf of the community, I express our appreciation for the Board's support for this  -- for Laughlin -- critical project, the key to launching a new wave of growth of businesses, industries, and professionals that will diversify our economy by adding to our existing tourist and retiree bases," said James "Jim" Maniaci, LTAB chair and Laughlin Economic Development Corporation president. The corporation began work on the project in 2012 by assembling the property owners, having to pause while Nevada law was amended to include waterfront projects in the special districts law.

 

While the project proceeds through the Clark County steps, work continues on obtaining the permits needed from a half-dozen federal and state agencies.

  

The Pioneer Hotel and Gambling Hall has new owners, The New Pioneer LLC

Currently they do not have gaming due to the lack of a gaming license. 

The Hotel, Bumbleberry Flats Restaurant and Sassy Sue's Bar are still open.

Grant, Bargain, Sale Deed Between Pioneer Hotel Inc. and The New Pioneer LLC
from Clark County Accessor public records at:
http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/assessor/Pages/RecordSearch.aspx
AO12450158.pdf
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Wild West Coffee, in the Laughlin Outlet Center, has a new menu and is now serving Smoothies. The Smootheis come in five flavors including Mango, Peach, Strawberry, Strawberry Banana, and Wild Berry Blast.

 

Wild West Coffee's menu includes Frappos, Classic Latte's, Old West Coffee, Iced Coffee, Iced Tea, and Hot Chocolate.  

 

Read More Details Here

 

Visit the Wild West Coffee Facebook Page

  

Laughlin River Regatta 2018

 

Although they are waiting on one more permit from the Coast Guard, Marnell Gaming has opened ticket sales for the upcoming August 11, 2018 River Regatta.  

 

Read More Details Here

 

Watch the official page at:   

laughlinriverregatta.com 

 

 The popular Daniel's Restaurant in the Regency Casino is now called the Chuckwagon.   We look forward to trying the Chuckwagon soon. 

 

Daniel's Restaurant won several Best of Laughlin awards over the past four years.  This included Best Burger in Laughlin for 4  consecutive years.  

 

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Krispy Krunchy Chicken is now Open at the Riverside Resort in Laughlin 

 

Krispy Krunchy Chicken is in the small Westside Casino Snack Bar. 

 

This is located across from the main Riverside Casino/Hotel on the street level.  

 

We recently had a chance to try it.  Read Our Review Here

 

 

 

The Old Town Saloon Kitchen is Now Open!

Laughlin, NV

 

The Old Town Saloon Kitchen recently opened inside Laughlin's Old Town Saloon.  The Kitchen offers the latest new place to grab a bite to eat in Laughlin.   We have been there several times and have tried many items.  Their which features starters, burgers, sandwiches, and salads. 

 

See the Menu and More about the Kitchen   

 

 

Rod Stewart will be at the Laughlin Event Center October 20, 2018  

The Grammy® award-winner was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994 and again in 2012 as a member of the band Faces.  Tickets are available at Ticketmaster directly or through the LaughlinEventCenter.com page.  They will also be available locally in Laughlin at the Edgewater Casino Box Office. Watch other Laughlin Casinos for ticket/room packages.    More Info

 

Deli opens in Aldape's Market  

Laughlin, NV

 

Aldape's Market has opened a Deli inside their store, which is located in the Town Center shopping complex in residential Laughlin.  

 

See the Menu and Read More

 

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