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'It's a real struggle': Local businesses deal with continuing staffing woes

“It’s an employee’s market. They can pick and choose where they want to be, and if they don’t like it, they can pick up and go somewhere else and start basically immediately," says Heidi Rich of Chartwells Higher Education, one of 50 businesses on hand for a job fair last week in Reno.

Amid slow recovery, Nevada's jobless rate likely to remain worst in America

Nevada’s jobless rate is “likely to remain one of the highest rates in the nation and reflecting the long road left to a complete recovery.”

Wildfires don’t stop home buyers from wanting to come to Tahoe

Since last spring, complete cash bids and high priced bidding wars have become common in the Tahoe market.

UNR pilot program could turn to universal iPads to fill technology void

Partnership with Apple comes after pandemic exposes student tech barriers

Dubbed the “Digital Wolf Pack Initiative,” UNR announced a formal partnership with Apple in May that would put an iPad in the hands of every incoming freshman this fall.

People: Antonette Eckert joins Travel Nevada as chief industry development officer

Previously, Eckert worked for the San Francisco Travel Association, where she was senior director of global tourism development.

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DCG helps Hutchison & Steffen law firm acquire new headquarters near Rancharrah

DCG’s Tom Fennell, CCIM represented the purchasing entity in the recent acquisition of 5371 Kietzke Lane, which closed in late August for $2,600,000. Adjacent to Reno's newest office development, The Village at Rancharrah, the 7,571 square foot office space is conveniently situated in Reno’s Meadowood Submarket within the First Independent Bank Center.

SNC wins spot on $744M Army Cryptographic Device Procurement

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), the global aerospace and national security company owned by Eren and Fatih Ozmen, advanced its technology expertise in encryption key management technology in being selected for development and competitive production of the new U.S. Army’s Next Generation Load Device-Medium (NGLD-M). The contract award carries a potential value of $774 million over 10 years.

Carvana bringing as-soon-as-next-day car delivery to Reno

Carvana has a new hub offering as-soon-as-next-day touchless home delivery to Reno area residents.

People: Tom Kohler joins KPS3 as production artist

A graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle, Kohler has spent most of his professional career in the gaming industry.

People: Lewis Roca's Reid, Matteoni, Scott named among 2022 Best Lawyers in America

Paul A. Matteoni and E. Leif Reid made the Best Lawyers in America list, while Nicole Scott made the “Ones to Watch” list.

Nonprofit Spotlight: treesRus (sponsored)

The true purpose of treesRus is to help reduce our carbon footprint on Earth

The true purpose of treesRus is to help reduce our carbon footprint on Earth. Climate Change is here and if we as a world don’t try to make a difference, we won’t be able to stop it.

Reminder: NNBW Best In Business contest voting begins this week

The voting period for the NNBW's 2021 Best In Business contest begins Wednesday, Sept. 22, lasting through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5.

Carson City businessman Garth Richards dies at 85

Garth Richards was the developer of the Silver Oak project and the Silver Oak Golf Course.

Recharge energy and spirit at Keep Growing in Carson City

Welcome to Keep Growing, a seller of plants, an apothecary, and wellness boutique.

People: John P. Desmond earns 2022 'Lawyer of the Year' honor

Only a single lawyer in each specialty in each community is honored with “Lawyer of the Year” status, according to Best Lawyers.

3 years after launch, Reno-based defensible space company thriving

Wes Hansen launched Wilderness Forestry Inc. in 2018 with his wife, Erica, in response to that year’s wildfire season in California. Three years later, as wildfire conditions worsen, the company's revenue rises in tow.

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