Jackpot marijuana dispensary gets OK to begin sales – Twin Falls Times-News

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A rendering of the new Thrive Cannabis Marketplace in Jackpot, Nevada.


ELKO, Nev. — A marijuana dispensary has been cleared to open in the Nevada-Idaho border town of Jackpot.

The business could open by Monday, Thrive Cannabis Marketplace representative Dave Brown told Elko County commissioners on Wednesday.

Commissioners unanimously approved a license for the business after Undersheriff Justin Ames reported Thrive had passed background checks.

Ames said the investigation was similar to what would be done for someone applying to enter law enforcement.

“We have no issues moving forward with the license,” he said.

Undersheriff Justin Ames says Thrive Cannabis has passed background checks

According to Brown, Thrive interviewed nearly 60 candidates to work in the dispensary, giving preference to Elko and Jackpot residents.

Thirty-five people were hired and were being paid as of Sept. 8. Sixty percent of them are Jackpot residents — including the manager of the facility, Brown said.

The company had been shooting for a mid-September opening of the $1.4 million dispensary. The

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