ceda breakfast

The Churchill Economic Development Authority’s monthly Business Council breakfast is Wednesday at 7 a.m. at Stockman’s.

RSVP no later than Tuesday at 2 p.m. by emailing or calling 775-423-8587.

The speaker is David Leonard, branch manager for the U.S. Small Business Administration office in Reno.

He is also responsible for the delivery of all SBA programs and services to new and existing small business owners in Nevada outside Clark county.

During his 21 year SBA career, Leonard has served as SBA chief of economic development in Alabama, SBA chief of finance and portfolio management in Georgia, SBA surety bond chief for Area II that included 18 states, a national examiner of SBA preferred lenders throughout the U.S. and its territories and a disaster loan officer.


The Churchill County Road Department will begin a culvert replacement project within Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge on Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The project site is at the intersection of East County and Hunter roads. This is the first intersection after entering the refuge at the end of State Route 116. The project is scheduled to last one work day.

Once the project begins, the road will be closed to all traffic.

Plan travel schedules accordingly.

Road closure signs and barricades will be in place either side of the work site: to the west on SR 116 and to the east on East County Road near the Stillwater Point overlook turnoff. Turnaround space is available at both locations.

Visitors may still access the refuge via West County or Indian Lakes roads from the west, or through Division Road or Foxtail Tour Route off East County Road.

For questions, contact the refuge administrative office at 775-423-5128.


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