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Thank you NCSO!

The employees of Meadows Bank wish to thank Nye County deputies McKillips, Kakavuluis, Detective Eric Murphy, Sheriff Tony DeMeo and the other deputies who were in the area for their quick response and assistance on April 15th after a robbery occurred at our location.

They displayed professionalism and compassion during a very stressful time. Due to their quick work the suspect was apprehended a short time later.

As residents of this community we are grateful to be able to count on the department for assistance during unfortunate events.

Thank you again to all who were here to assist us.

Susan Bai, VP, Branch Manager

Meadows Bank


Economic boom to bring prosperity to billions?

Fast Forward: We are watching the beginnings of an economic boom on a scale never experienced before. We have entered a period of sustained growth that could eventually double the world’s economy every dozen years and bring prosperity for – quite literally – billions of people on the planet.

We are riding the early waves of a greatly expanding economy that will do much to solve seemingly intractable like poverty and to ease tensions throughout the world.

The face of the earth has changed dramatically and is changing ever faster. What would have taken one thousand generations in the past may now happen in a single generation.

Ron Lowe

Nevada City, California

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