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8 t*fiursday, March }7, l'#J71hlltimp'ai|eyGbfl Changes in store Changes are on-going fo r the defunctDodge's Market. The Nye County School District will soon move into the building. Vida D's opens Vida D's Roadhouse Night- club has been open for about a month. Formerly known as The Roadhouse, Vida has re- opened it and is making a nightclub out of it, emphasiz- ing romance. Vida had a nightclub in Fernley, NV and moved to Pahrump because she wanted to open a nightclub that would be totally different from any other entertainment offered in the area. This nightclub has a wide variety of live music, plus comedy. There's a main seat- ing/dining area and a smaller, secluded spot where couples can have an intimate, roman- tic atmosphere. Providing the entertainment will be Vidavocal and key- board, Kirk--vocal, guitar and bar piano, and Scott, who performs comedy routines. The group is named "Sweet Troubles." They perform all styles of music, while playing "to the crowd." The entrepreneurial Vida has lived in Texas and Cali- fornia, Scott (Vida's fianc6e) in Montana, and Kirk in Cali- fornia. Kirk performs regu- larly with "Eden", "Citizen", "Jimmy Page", and "Toto". Liquid refreshments are available and Vida plans to have the restaurant fully op- erational in the near future. Vida is the bartender and they have another bartender, Kasey, who takes over while Vida's on stage. For a relaxing romantic evening, The Roadhouse of- fers country and rock music, plus comedy. Their rock mu- sic is so good they even con- vert country music lovers. See Vida D's ad in This issue Babbitt to give advice to BLM On March 27, the Southern Great Basin Resource Advi- sory Council will meet at the Tonopah Convention Center, located at 301 W. Brougher. The meeting will begin at 7:30 a.m., with public comment slated for 11. The 15-member council, appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, may make recommendations to the BLM on issues of concern. Items on the agenda include the new surface management bonding regulations, discussion of the Yucca Mountain Project and rail transportation routes, and any routes, and an update on wild horse and burro issues. For more inIbrmation, contact Lorraine Buck at (702) 647- 5022. Here's Why We Have Healthcare in Our Name Arcon HealthCare prides itself on providing a broad range of services all under one roof. IEALTHCAI00,E The Arcon Pahrump Center for Healthcare revolves around the patient, and our staff and family physicians are committed to serving your healthcare needs. The physicians are supported by a sophisticated facility that is dedicated to quality healthcare. The Pahrump Center also offers full diagnostic services, including X-ray. Mammography is available on Mondays and Tuesdays by appointment. Immunizations and physicals, including those required for school and sports, are a part of the Arcon preventive medicine health program. The Pahrump Center is your healthcare center. For information or appointments, please call 702-727-6060. Pahrump Center for Healthcare 1501E. Calvada Blvd. Pahrump, NV89048 Phone: 702-727-6060  t