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Nash Vegas has operating permit suspended by health department

Nash Vegas in downtown Columbia
Nash Vegas in downtown Columbia


The bar Nash Vegas in downtown Columbia had its operating permit suspended on Friday night for violating the public health order.

Scott Clardy, assistant director of the Columbia/Boone County Health Department confirmed the health department suspended the permit for several violations.

Clardy said those included standing bar service, lack of social distancing and groups intermingling.

The business will need to submit an operation plan and have it approved by the health department before its permit will be reinstated.

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Sydney Olsen

Sydney Olsen reports in the evenings during the week and on the weekend.


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  1. The day will come, and has for many, when we realize that the economic impact of the pointless restrictions imposed on businesses and citizens by newly created tyrants has far greater ill effect than any virus could have. In addition to an increase in suicide, homicide, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, etc. poverty is by far the worst plague, as it magnifies all other maladies. Health “experts” should be given LESS credence than those of other disciplines. Their view is quite narrow, and encompasses only one of many factors that affect our health, both physical and mental. When your only tool is a hammer, all problems are nails. If anything, the current self inflicted catastrophe has demonstrated that the Medical Industrial Complex deserves less respect and consideration, not more.

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