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Lumber Liquidators Opens 300th Store in Las Vegas

The largest retailer of specialty hardwood flooring is opening its 300th store and it is in Las Vegas.

Lumber Liquidators will cut the ribbon on its new store Wednesday at 4588 North Rancho Drive, which is near Rancho Drive and Craig Road.

The new 6,000-square-foot store offers a variety of flooring options. It also features an in-store iPad loaded with an application that allows people to see what flooring would look like when installed.

To celebrate the opening, all 300 locations will offer reduced prices on all flooring, which is the first time it has put all of its flooring on sale at the same time.

New ER Beds to Open at Northwest Hospital

New ER Beds to Open at Northwest Hospital

A local hospital will soon open an expansion that will double its emergency room capacity.

MountainView Hospital will open the beds in late June, bringing its number of private ER beds to 42.

Also opening in late June is the third floor of the hospital’s South Tower with 32 new beds. The tentative opening is scheduled for the week of June 24.

Total construction costs for the new tower are about $70 million.

Mt. Charleston Resort Giving Away Free Wedding

Mt. Charleston Resort Giving Away Free Wedding

Couples have a chance to win a free Mt. Charleston wedding if they are willing to meet with an event coordinator at the resort.

If you visit between now and August 25, you will be entered into a drawing for a free package valued at $7,500, including a wedding and reception for up to 50 guests.

Included in the package are a wedding coordinator, outdoor ceremony, set up of chairs, arbor and aisle runner, minister, floral, one hour of photography, bridal suite and groom’s room, 50-person buffet, champagne toast and wedding and reception DJ. Book your bridal consultation by calling 947-8329 a or visiting http://www.mtcharlestonresort.com/weddings/dream-wedding.php.

Check-In Kiosks Pop Up at Sunrise Health Hospitals

Check-In Kiosks Pop Up at Sunrise Health Hospitals


A local hospital group is making a switch to electronic check-in in its emergency rooms with an eye toward expediting the process.

Check-in kiosks are now available in the emergency lobby at Sunrise Hospital, Sunrise Children’s Hospital, MountainView Hospital and Southern Hills Hospital.

“We live in a technology-driven world, and patients expect us to keep pace,” said Jennifer Renner, Director of Emergency Services at Southern Hills Hospital.

Patients select either English or Spanish, and swipe a driver’s license or credit card. A swipe at the kiosk is not used for billing purposes. Patients may also enter their name manually. They will then be asked to enter their reason for visiting from a drop-down list of options, or can enter their reason manually.

Job Fair Upcoming for New Fast Food Restaurant


Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers wants “top dogs” to join its newest location in northwest Las Vegas.

The company will hold a hiring fair for its sixth location, located at Lake Mead and Rock Springs. Between 50 and 60 positions are available.

The hiring fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6 at Hampton Inn, 7100 Cascade Valley Court.

New Nursing Facility Slated for Northwest Valley

New Nursing Facility Slated for Northwest Valley


Ground will be broken Thursday for a new skilled nursing facility in the Northwest part of the valley.

City officials will join representatives from Advanced Healthcare and The Boyer Company for a groundbreaking ceremony for the new 33,000-square-foot skilled nursing facility at 2 p.m. The groundbreaking will take place on Tenaya Way just north of Cascade Valley Court, and south of Mountain View Hospital.

The facility is expected to be completed in early 2014 and will bring more than 90 new jobs to the city.

Advanced Health Care specializes in short-term nursing and rehabilitation after a hospital stay and before the patient returns home. The facilities offer 24-hour nursing care and inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.

Staff with the city’s Department of Economic and Urban Development assisted in guiding the project through the permitting and development process.