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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, July 10, 1997 21 iii ii i H IH II I E00ntertainment Guide AMARGOSA: Longstreet Inn - Bar, restaurant and casino. Cash your paycheck and win $5,000. Nebraska Steak House open Friday and Saturday, 6-10 p.m. Live entertain- ment this weekend with Kenny Graham. (702) 372- 1777. Rosa's Mexican Restaurant - Now open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Located on Hwy 373 and South Mecca Road. (702) 372-1131. Stateline Saloon - Bar, restaurant, slot machines and live table games. (702) 372-5238. BEATTY: Burro Inn & Casino - Bar and restaurant with great food. (702) 553-2445. Exchange Club - Bar, restaurant and casino. La- dies' Poker every Sunday night 4-7 p.m. (702) 553- 2368. Stagecoach-Bar, restaurant, casino and swimming pool. Nice big dance floor. Friday Night Fever $25 drawing every 30 minutes. Raffle for a TV every Sunday this month at 7 p.m. (702) 553-2419. CRYSTAL: Crystal Springs Bar and Restaurant - Bar, restau- rant and jukebox music. (702) 372-9901. Matheny's Short Branch Saloon - Bar and slot machines. Wednesday and Saturday, 7 p.m. 9-ball Turkey Shoot. Specials daily. Chuck Wagon campfire dinner Saturday night 6 p.m. Live music. Breakfast Sunday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Rooms and RV spaces available (702) 372-1717. GOLDFIELD: Santa Fe Saloon - Saloon, motel and laundry. All new hours: Open Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (702) 485-3431 Cactus Club- Open daily at noon. Happy hour daily 5-6 p.m. all well drinks and bottle beer $1. Jukebox, pool table, pizza and snacks. (702) 485- 3470. PAHRUMP: Arnie's - Bar and slot machines. Happy hour daily 3- 6 p.m. all drinks $1, except for top shelf. (702) 727-5554. Bogey's Casino - Restaurant house special, 64-ounce Sirloin Steak Dinner. Live DJ, 7 nights starting at 9 p.m. Ladies' Nights: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday - ladies drink free from 9 p.m.-midnight. Men's Night: Monday- men drink free 9 p.m. - midnight. (702) 751- 2233. Bummer's - Open dart tournament, Monday at 7 p.m. Tuesday night is Tropical Night from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. dress Hawaiian and receive 1/2 off tropical drinks. Happy hour 3-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Check out our graveyard spe- cials from 12 a.m.-8 a.m. (702) 727-1839 Common Grounds Cafd- 1031 E. Calvada Blvd. Open Monday-Thursday, 7 a,m. -9 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.- 11 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday, board games 7-10 p.m. (702) 751-1001 Cotton Pickin' Saloon - Bar, restaurant and slot ma- chines. Happy hour daily 3-7 p.m. Check out our special poker slot payoffs! (702) 727-5211 Double Eagle - Bar, restaurant, pool tables, dart ma- chines. Dry RV parking. Happy hour daily 3-7 p.m. Bar menu. Friday, mini-buffet 7-10 p.m. (702) 727-4474 Mountain Springs Saloon - Bar, slot machines and a crackling fire. Bring your sweetheart here for a romantic evening if you like rustic. Saturday, July 12, Horseshoe Tournament at 2 p.m. The Silverado Band Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m., Sunday at 3 p.m. Lunch and dinner available. (702) 875-4266. Mountain View Casino - Bar, Shoney's restaurant, casino and bowling center. Cosmic Bowling Saturdays at 9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. (702) 727-7777. Nu Dunes-Bar, sl0t machines, big screen TV. Friendly atmosphere. Monthly Birthday party the last Saturday of each month at 7 p.m. (702) 727-1100. ii i iii ii i iii ii I i Great Reno Balloon Race set Sept. 5-7 RENO--More than 100 colorful balloons will hover over the Truckee Meadows at the 16th An- nual Great Reno Balloon Race. This prestigious bal- looning event: drawing more than 120,000 people to Reno will be held Sept. 5-7 at Rancho San Rafael Park. The balloon race is di- vided into two separate competitions. The Hare & Hound race begins at 6:45 a.m. each day. It is a spec- tacular sight as balloons with an array of colors and shapes lift into the sky to- gether. The Community Launch follows the Hare & Hound race. Twenty-five pilots will launch their balloons from outside the park and glide toward the center of the launch field. Without touching down, the pilots display their skills, aiming to hit another target set on the field in front of the crowds. Prizes are awarded to the pilots whose marker falls closest to the target. The most popular event of the race is Dawn Patrol. The 5:30 a.m. presentation will feature five expert bal- Fair Prices on -Tires • B rakes •Batteries •Tune-ups • Full Service Oil Changes PAHRUMP VAIAY 727-4144 Our Bar- Bar, slots, soft tip dart tournament every Friday, 8 p.m. Happy hour daily 4-7 p,m. (702) 727- 1776. Pahrump Tavern Sunset Bar - Open 8 a.m. to midnight. Slots, mixed drinks, 10 different dollar beers. AI "most" Jolson by request Friday and Satur- day 8 p.m. - 12 a.m. (702) 727-1508. Pahrump Valley Vineyards - Tastings, restaurant, winery tours, wine tasting and a beautiful view of Pahrump Valley and our fantastic sunsets. (702) 727- 6900. Saddle West - Chili Cookoff Saturday at 5 p.m. Slots and live gaming (poker, keno, 21, craps, rou- lette, bingo and Leroy's Sports Book); Weekly slot tournaments, Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Keno tourna- ments, Saturday 10:30 a.m. and Thursday, 7 p.m. Banquets; 24-hour restaurant menu with three buffets daily (call for food and bar specials). (702) 727-1111. Stagestop - Bar, restaurant, slot machines, large dance floor. Restaurant featuring daily specials, un- der new management. Great food at great prices. Live music with the Highlanders Friday and Saturday nights . Visit our Country Fun Corral - miniature golf, go-karts and video arcade. Open 7 days. Check out our progressive nickel video poker. Karaoke ev- ery Tuesday and Thursday 7-11 p.m. (702) 727-7300. Terrible' s Town Casino- Bar, restaurant, take-out food, large screen TVs, and convenience store. Bingo and sports book. (702) 751-7777 Town Hall - Bar, slots, darts, pool and snooker. (702) 727-0308. TONOPAH:  Mizpah Hotel - Bar, restaurant and casino. Hotel rooms circa 1900. (702) 482-6202. Station House - Bar, restaurant and casino. (702) 482-9777. i i i ii i i ii i I I loonists. The Silver Legacy Re- sort Casino will host an evening of outdoor music iiii i i i on Saturday, Sept.6.Aspe- ginia Street between For more information cial performance of the Fourth and Fifth Streets. call 702-826-1181 or Reno Philharmonic will The concert is free to the breeze by our web site at begin at 7:30 p.m. on Vir- public, www.nevadanet.com/grbr i ii iiiiiiii i i i i i ijl I HIII iiii iiii i1111111 iiii VEA Revises Line Extension Rule Effective August 1, 1997, Valley Electric Association will absorb the cost for 350 feet of primary power line exten- sion for new VEA consumer/members. This change is a reduction of 150 feet from the 500 feet of free primary and secondary power line extension that had been in effect since January l, 1991. Also effective August I, if a VEA power line must be extended beyond the 350 feet of free footage, the consumer will pay more than the current rates for it--depending on the type of electrical service required (single or three phase, or single to three phase conversion). The revised rates make this expense more in line with the actual installation costs of VEA line extensions. New VEA consumers who submit a complete application package by July 31, 1997 to either of VEA's new bud. ness representatives will still qualify for the 500 feet of free line extension. Direct any questions about this, and all other line extension questions, to the new business reps or to VEA's staking engineer at (702) 727-5312; or toll free from anywhere in Nevada at 1-800-742-3330. A €ompleteVEA application pack- age consists of: 1. Proof of ownership (grant, bar- gain. sale deed, recorded document, etc.). 2. Right-of- way easement form signed and notarized by the property owner (seller). 3. Water well construction contract (or betterment receipt). 4. Septic system construction con- tract (or betterment receipt). 5. Plot plan. 6. Application fees that include mem- bership, deposit and connect costs. 7. Signed VEA membership applica- tion with Social Security number(s). 8. Agreement for electric service. 9. Site contact form. Direct an. questions regarding the package to either of VEA's new business representatives. VEA has historically subsidized a portion of the cost of line extensions for its members in the interests of promoting growth and economic development in VEA's service area--and in doing so, the co-op spread the cost for this subsidy to all of its existing members through its per kilowatt hour (kwh) power rates. Even with the new 150 feet reduction in free primary line extension footage, VEA will continue to subsidize the cost of 350 feet, if necessary, for new line extension to new consumers. VEA was formed in the early 1960s when VEA's service area had far fewer consumers than today, and a liberal amount of free line extension was in- centive for people to settle the area. However, consumer growth has en- abled the service area to "fill in" substan- tially. That VEA, which is a nonprofit electric cooperative, has been able to offer free line extension had to be recon- sidered in light of several factors includ- ing: the threat of deregulation in the power industry; and major project construction costs. These factors have also made it nec- essary for VEA's management and di- rectors to reconsider what the co-op charges consumers for other services, too. Line extension allowances must in- creasingly be balanced against greater installation costs for these extensions, and also anticipated power industry changes, and their financial effect on all of the co-op's consumers--because the line extension subsidy is paid for through VEA's kwh power rates For a sheet of costs of mals and construction per the revised line exten- sion rule. you may contact VEA at the phone numbers listed in the first col- umn. O Valley Electric Association, Inc.