The Notes: Aug. 10-16

Station Casinos and Princess Cruises partnered to offer cruise benefits to Boarding Pass loyalty card members. All Chairman-level Boarding Pass card holders are eligible to receive a complimentary cabin for two on select Princess Cruises each year. Other Boarding Pass card holders will receive exclusive fares and onboard special offers.

Dragon Talent Group, Spectral Gallery and Urizen Gallery opened in Downtown Spaces in Las Vegas’ Gateway District.

Dignity Health Medical Group Nevada was named an EHE-certified preventive care center. The law office of Ashcraft and Barr moved to 2300 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 800, Las Vegas.

Cox Las Vegas doubled the speed of two of its Internet service tiers. The two tiers together represent nearly 75 percent of Cox’s high-speed internet customers.

Smart City Networks renewed its contract as telecommunications partner of the Fort Worth Convention Center.

McCarthy Building Companies has been named Engineering News-Record’s Southwest Contractor of the Year.

Tyrant Interactive Media signed an agreement with software developer Raster Media to develop software applications and advise on its proprietary systems and technology. Tyrant Interactive obtained initial funding from venture capital firm Legion Capital America.

Siegel’s 1941 is scheduled to open this fall at El Cortez. Flame Steakhouse will close Aug. 31 to make way for the new 24-hour restaurant.

Kitchell topped off construction of a $160 million, five-story hospital tower at Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, Siena Campus in Henderson. The new 220,000-square-foot tower, which will increase the hospital’s number of private rooms to 326, is scheduled to open in 2016.

Kareo, a medical office software company, opened an operations center in Las Vegas, creating more than 70 jobs. The company expects to create another 100 jobs by year-end and several hundred by the end of 2015.

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