Ira Gostin, an entrepreneur and president of Reno-based 120 West Strategic Communications, leads the discussion during a free small business seminar series Wednesday, June 27, at the Great Basin Federal Credit Union in Reno.
From left, City of Reno At Large Council Member David Bobzien; Par Tolles of Tolles Development; Shirley Folkins-Roberts of Panattoni Development; and Kurt Stitser of Realm Constructors sat on the June 26 panel, while Don Tatro, executive director of the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, served as moderator.
Shirley Folkins-Roberts of Panattoni Development and Kurt Stitser of Realm Constructors took part in the June 26 discussion at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.
Court Cardinal, general manager, stands in what will soon be the reception area of casino's 8,000 square foot convention space.
Pet Evac Pak LLC is a Reno-based company that offers emergency survival kits for pets.
On Command Boarding, Grooming, Training and Daycare has locations in Reno and Sparks.
Hans Melotte, Executive V.P. of Starbucks' Global Supply Chain; Seth Maurer, President of CORE Construction; and Carl Mount, Senior V.P. of Starbucks' Logistics and U.S. Retail Supply Chain, pose with a $275,000 check on June 7 that was written back to Starbucks, refunding a portion of the money used to build a recent expansion to the Carson Valley Starbucks Roasting Plant and Distribution Center, located near the Minden-Tahoe Airport.
Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and Mariah Musselman (daughter of Nevada basketball coach Eric Musselman) share a moment during the May 30 Sierra Nevada Powerful Women awards luncheon at the Atlantis in Reno.
Reid Weber, CTO of The Sufferfest, speaks during a June 5 press conference at the Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno. The company was one of five local startups to be celebrated at the event, which featured presentations by Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve, for bringing more than 125 new tech jobs to the area over the past several months, with an average annual wage of $77,000. Go to bit.ly/2JXO69W for the full story and video coverage.
From left, Tray Abney (Moderator, Managing Partner, The Abney Tauchen Group), Katie Hoffman (Panelist, Director, Fennemore Craig), Cary Richardson (Panelist, Vice President/Senior Project Manager, Miles Construction), Tim Nelson (Panelist, CPA, Evans, Nelson & Company, CPAs) and Wes McQuillen (Panelist, Director of Marketing, Sierra Well) took part the NCET Cannabis Commerce 2.0 forum on May 23 at the Atlantis in Reno.
The NNBV's 2018 Sierra Nevada Powerful Woman Awards honored Top-20 Powerful Women winners -- pictured here -- at a special luncheon on May 30 at the Atlantis in Reno. More than 700 people were in attendance. Go to bit.ly/2xvLTwl for the full story and photo gallery.
Blockchains, LLC is one of the latest tech companies to open its doors at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center.
A look inside Blockchains LLC's compound at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in Storey County.
"It is easier now than ever to find work in Reno as an artist," says Reno muralist Erik Burke, pictured here painting a mural in Sparks.
Muralist Erik Burke painted this mural at the inaugural Reno Mural Expo last October.
Artist Teal Francis prepares to make a print in her studio at the University of Nevada, Reno.
A display of cannabis products available at RISE in Spanish Springs, which is one of 14 dispensaries currently operating in Northern Nevada.
Mallory French, store manager at RISE in Spanish Springs, goes through the inventory in the back of the dispensary.
Dama McFando, patient care consultant at RISE in Spanish Springs, assists customers. RISE has tripled its foot traffic since going recreational in January 2018, said store manager Mallory French.
Harrah's and Harveys Lake Tahoe will charge for parking year-round, a new business policy aimed at benefiting hotel guests.
Exterior view of the North Valleys Commerce Center at 9460 N. Virginia St, Reno.
Nevada Sen. Tick Segerblom speaks before council members at City Fallon Hall Tuesday in support of recreational despensaries in city limits.
James Verrees, M.D. at Banner Churchill Community Hospital, shares his concerns about pregnant patients on marijuana to Fallon City Council members Tuesday.
Geothermal is one of the largest mining producers in Churchill County, said Dana Bennett, president of the Nevada Mining Association.
Dana Bennett, right, is president of the Nevada Mining Association. She spoke Wednesday at the Churchill Economic Development Authority’s Business Council monthly breakfast.
A look inside MedMen's 45,000-square-foot marijuana factory in Mustang, Nev.
The Miles Construction-led MedMen Mustang facility includes many unique elements, such butane and CO2 extraction rooms.
Cary Richardson, vice president and senior project manager at Miles Construction, speaks during the grand opening of the MedMen Mustang marijuana factory on April 11. Miles Construction was the lead contractor of the facility.
The Miles Construction-led MedMen Mustang facility (the same-sized version of which is being built in Desert Hot Springs, California) is set up to produce 10,000 pounds of high-quality cannabis annually to supply Nevada's burgeoning industry.
WNC Machine Tool Technology instructor David Fulton familiarizes himself with one of two ProtoTRAK CNC milling machines that were donated to the college.
Western Nevada College accepted a donation from TRAK Machine Tools recently. From left are Tony Brooks, a factory direct representative for TRAK Machine Tools; WNC machine tool technology instructor David Fulton; WNC Career and Technical Education Director Georgia White; and WNC Foundation Executive Director Niki Gladys.
A new edible option for cannabis consumers are carbonated and non-carbonated drinks in flavors like berry lemonade and root beer.
Vaporizer cartriges are available pre-filled with 100% pure, condensed cannabis oil, which is used with a rechargeable pen.
Pigeon Head Brewery Co-owner/Head Brewer Bryan Holloway says the Northern Nevada region is likely a ways away from becoming oversaturated when it comes to craft beer.
A look inside the Pigeon Head Brewery taproom, located on E. 5th Street in Reno. Pigeon Head is one of 24 breweries located in Northern Nevada.
As of May 2018, more than 3,400 U.S. craft brewing companies have adopted the independent craft brewer seal.
Julia Herz is craft beer program director at the Brewers Association and publisher of CraftBeer.com.
A new logo has also been unveiled in conjunction with the brand, and the “+” marks framing the new name "symbolize positivity as well as the two major cross streets; Plumb Lane and South Virginia streets," according to a press release.
Back row, from left: Shawn Elicegui, NV Energy Senior Vice President, Business Plan, Regulatory and Legislative Strategy; and Doug Cannon, NV Energy President. Front row, from left: Mary Simmons, NV Energy Vice President of Business Development & Community Strategy; Paul Caudill, NV Energy CEO; John Farahi, Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. (owners of Atlantis Reno) CEO; Daniel Farahi, Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. Director of Development Services, and David Farahi, Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. COO.
Bottom picture shows before the consturction of Churchill Auto Sales on 270 West Williams Avenue, with top picture showing during.
Churchill Auto Sales owners from left, Milt and Jessilyn Wallace, Paula and Ron Marrujo, join forces to open Fallon's new auto shop.
The airstreams appear to be the first "glamping" operation in Lake Tahoe.
Three airstreams with maid service and flat screen TVs are now available to rent at Zephyr Cove Resort.
Adopted on April 25, Reno’s newest flag has symbolism that evokes the city’s silver mining heritage as well as the Truckee River and Sierra Nevada. The shape at the top left references the star that crowns the Reno arch.
A view of the new expansion at the Carson Valley Starbucks Roasting Plant and Distribution Center, inaugurated June 7 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Hans Melotte, Executive V.P. of Starbucks' Global Supply Chain, Seth Maurer, President of CORE Construction, and Carl Mount, Senior V.P. of Starbucks' Logistics and U.S. Retail Supply Chain pose with the check written back to Starbucks, refunding a portion of the money used to build the expansion.
From left: Seth Maruer, Todd MucCullough, director of distribution, Hans Melotte, Carl Mount, and Mike Sponsler, managing director of the U.S. distribution network, cut the ribbon for the new expansion.
Tyson Falk, policy analyst with McDonald Carano's government affairs group, speaks June 7 about the many ways Nevada is well-positioned to become a major player in the development of blockchain technology.
Tyson Cross, founder of Cross Law in Reno, addresses attendees at the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology conference at the Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa on June 7.
Dennis Hof owned all four legal brothels in Lyon County, including the famed Moonlight BunnyRanch.
Reid Weber, CTO of The Sufferfest, speaks during the June 5 event at the Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno.
Regional nonprofits are working diligently to provide temporary and long-term relief, seeking solutions to area youth.
L.A. Bakery is expanding its retail location at 1280 North Curry Street in downtown Carson City with a construction project that was made possible with the SBA 504 loan program.
Opponents, wearing purple "Keep Squaw True" T-shirts, of Squaw Valley's village redevelopment plan made their case before the Placer County Board of Supervisors, which approved the project by a 4-1 vote in November 2016. The project is the subject of two lawsuits filed by Sierra Watch.
Clara Andriola, executive director of the Reno Rodeo Foundation, before her makeover.
Sherry Rupert, executive director of the Nevada Indian Commission, before her makeover.
Denise Castle, executive director of JOIN in Carson City, before her makeover.
Kathleen Audet looks at clothing options with Sherry Rupert, a Top-40 Powerful Women finalist, at Audet’s studio on California Avenue in Reno.