Public gatherings in Washoe County will once again be limited to 50 people starting next week
Bryan Drakulich remembers a time when he felt lucky to get one viable prospect for a commercial real estate listing in Northern Nevada.
Smith joins KPS3 from D4 Advanced Media, while Wade joins KPS3 from Humane Network.
This illustration shows the property’s location in relation to Carson City and Reno.
Land sales stalled out the first half of the year when the pandemic hit. Builders reigned in development plans since they didn’t know what the future would bring, and deals were either scuttled or extended. Rob Sabo reports.
Statewide gambling win came in at $821.1 million in September, down 22.4% from last year mainly due to continued poor performance in Vegas.
Addressing the region’s housing issues is an ongoing, multi-step effort, says Arlo Stockham of the city of Reno; considering that, a number of new provisions were added to the revamped zoning code to help developers erect more affordable housing units.
This month, the NNBW's Kaleb M. Roedel spoke with a trio of local digital marketing companies to discuss pandemic impacts and opportunities for the ever-changing business sector in the months to come.
Miles Construction recently wrapped construction on a new facility for McCormack Plastic Surgery and M spa in Reno.
Dr. Porath has worked in various roles within Renown’s pharmacy department since 2006 and has served as Interim Director of Pharmacy since June.
Overhead view of Ladera Ranch in Sun Valley, which has existing homes for sale through DR Horton, surrounded by vacant land opportunities offered through ArchCrest Commercial Partners.
Campbell Construction has begun mass grading for a new housing development in Somersett in Northwest Reno, as seen here the afternoon of Oct. 20.
Sustained demand for multifamily housing units, even during the COVID-19 economic downturn, has buoyed Northern Nevada’s apartment industry over the past few months, officials say.
"Businesses that were forced to close may want to consider recourse to business interruption insurance as a potential source of recovery for those losses."
"As simple as it sounds, when a buyer is coming out to see a business for the first time, it’s important to make a good first impression."
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie attorneys Kristen Martini and David McElhinney were named “Labor & Employment Stars."
The new Manpower of Northern Nevada location is one of nine offices serving the Reno, Sparks, Stead, Fernley, Fallon, Carson City, Winnemucca, and Elko areas.
The Kirman Garden Apartments multifamily complex, located at 444 Kirman Ave. in Reno, is listed at $15,500,000.
As October draws to a close in Northern Nevada, and cold and flu season draws nigh, regional developers and contractors are girding for an uncertain winter, including some project delays and some forward momentum on others.
A national lumber shortage has created huge ripples across the construction industry in Northern Nevada and beyond.
The UNR School of Business MBA programs have seen an influx of applications amid the pandemic (16% YOY increase) — a trend that is happening across the country.
Nevada’s legal sex industry is still controversial, often condemned by anti-sex trafficking organizations that say brothels are part of a culture that encourages sexual exploitation, but a lawsuit that sought to ban them was dismissed last year.
The Chicken Ranch brothel in Pahrump is seen on Thursday, April 19, 2018.
Images from a forum opposing Lyon County Question 1 featuring legal sex workers Alice Little, Ruby Rae and Chuck Much, campaign advisor to Dennis How at the Bunny Ranch Restaurant in Mound House, Nev., east of Carson City on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.
The Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Mound House, Nev., east of Carson City on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.
Boise-based Gyro Shack is targeting medium-sized cities in the mountain west for its first franchises, including 3 to 6 in the Reno-Carson City market.
"For a small- to mid-market company to survive and grow during the COVID-19 crisis, it must have strong financial leadership."
The newly formed Nevada Pharmacy Alliance will provide advocacy, communication, continuing education and events for members throughout the state.
USDA accepting applications for grants to provide rural broadband service
In Northern Nevada, brick-and-mortar malls and shopping districts are cautiously optimistic the holiday season will bring tidings of great spending despite the pandemic.
Jane Keys of Sparks browses coats inside a department store at The Summit Reno mall on Oct. 21.
Amid a state-wide jobless mark of 12.6% in September, Northern Nevada continues to fare much better than the south when it comes to unemployment.
"While re-opening Nevada’s legal brothels may not be on the governor’s radar, it’s certainly on the radar of over 600 employees and women who have lost their jobs and income."
The Nevada Brothel Association PAC is a coalition of legal brothel owners, brothel workers, brothel clients and brothel supporters "dedicated to defending a woman’s right to choose professional sex work as a career, protecting the public’s health and safety, and preserving Nevada’s rich live-and-let-live heritage," according to the group's website.
LAS VEGAS — If the 1,000-seat sports betting auditorium at the Circa Resort & Casino doesn't get you, maybe the six rooftop swimming pools will.
The donations are part of the company foundation’s inaugural First Responders Month fundraiser, leading up to First Responders Day on Oct. 28.
“There is no doubt that the outcome of the 2020 election will affect all of us in some way,” WIN Nevada Board President Alexis Jobson said.
From big box brick-and-mortar retailers to smaller, locally owned businesses, it’s been hard times for many retailers since the economic shutdown shuttered businesses in late March. Rob Sabo reports.
Flex-tech offices, small shops and restaurants, and work-love studios are planned for the Oddie District at the old Lowe’s building at 2450 Oddie Blvd., the main tenant of which will be The Generator.
Regular Nevada jobless claims decrease, PUA claims still on the rise
“This is what new businesses want to see when they move into the community, and this is what employees want to see when they are recruited to the community," says UNR Med Dean Dr. Thomas Schwenk.
“2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything” is an intriguing book for anyone who plans on living, doing business or relaxing in the next decade.
“We are proud to invest in expanding access to primary care services in the growing Sparks community," says Renown Health CEO Anthony Slonim.
"As we look to the end of 2020, and the start of 2021, we must recognize and celebrate the areas in which we were able to grow and come together in these unprecedented times."
“I’m thrilled to bring my own dream to reality,” said Reno's Liz Heiman.
Healthcare is one of Nevada's largest industries, and there are hundreds of private practices dotted throughout the Silver State affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke with a quartet of those businesses in Reno-Sparks to get a look at how they’ve been impacted and what trends they see being brought on or accelerated by COVID-19.
"Now more than ever, our communities need qualified healthcare professionals and effective programs for recruiting and training the next generation."
Prior to joining DETR, Casselman worked as Vice President of Commercial Operations for Greater Commercial Lending.
The same Reno-based owners, management, chefs and staff will run the restaurant, formerly housed in the now-closed Harrah’s casino in downtown.
Sierra Sotheby’s opened its first Reno office in 2015 and is actively searching for a second Reno location, both of which would be headed by Dena VanBlaricom.
The state announced Wednesday it is pumping an extra $20 million in grants into its new "PETS" program for small businesses and nonprofits — but the clock is ticking to apply.
Dr. Elizabeth Hutson of My Women’s Center inside her practice on Pullman Drive in Sparks.
The state is pumping an additional $20 million into the grants program for small businesses like bars, arts groups and nonprofits. The Pandemic Emergency Technical Support program was funded with $20 million and opened to applicants on Monday. It offered businesses grants up to $10,000 they don’t have to pay back.
The pandemic has prompted public entities and private companies to take a hard look at how they can help female business owners and their employees overcome the barriers posed by COVID-19 crisis, The Nevada Independent reports.
“The recent crisis showed me the importance of having a relationship with a local banker who knows you and is familiar with your financial situation."
"When school is the best place to be, the best place to move forward and where a teen can find compassion and acceptance, attendance is not a requirement but a pleasure."
"We’re looking forward to continuing to advocate for oral healthcare in Nevada from our new location in our state capital," says Michele Reeder, of the Nevada Dental Association.
As of August, 55% of assisted living facilities and nursing homes in the U.S. are operating at a loss, and 89% are operating a profit margin of 3% or less. One business that's seeking to avoid profit compression is Mission Senior Living, which operates four communities in Northern Nevada, including the newest location that opened this week in South Reno.
In the COVID age of quarantining, social distancing and face coverings, telemedicine in America is no longer a nice-to-have — but rather a must-have for patients and healthcare professionals alike, and Northern Nevada is no different.
Carson City has added 600 jobs since August, bringing the capital to within 700 jobs of pre-COVID employment levels. According to the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, 500 of those jobs were in the government sector.
Deb Baker, an APRN with Renown Health, checks the vitals of a patient at Renown Regional Medical Center in July. In the COVID era, these types of in-person visits may not be as frequent, especially for those living in rural Nevada.
A resident at Mission Senior Living’s Summit Estates Senior Living and Memory Care facility at 222 E. Patriot Blvd. in Reno gets a socially distanced window visit from a member of Paws 4 Love, a nonprofit therapy dog organization, this summer.
Upon acquisition of The Whitefield Group by KPS3 in 2014, Bob Whitefield spent the last six years directing search engine optimization and digital marketing initiatives.
The American Psychiatry Association estimates 300 to 400 doctors die by suicide each year, something the Nevada Physician Wellness Coalition is working to spotlight amid a pandemic that's exacerbating burnout in the healthcare industry.
According to the American Psychiatry Association, 300 to 400 doctors die by suicide each year — a rate of 28 to 40 per 100,000 or more than double that of the general population. All told, it’s the highest suicide rate among any profession.
“I don’t know that we’ve seen anything like this before," says Douglas County Assessor Trent Tholen.
Work is proceeding on a roundabout at Buckeye Road and Heybourne that will serve the project south of Buckeye.
It's not easy to navigate the ever-changing PPP forgiveness landscape and any ownership changes involving entities with PPP loans, writes Mike Bosma.
The store, previously owned by Wade and Suzanne Peterson, re-opened Oct. 1 with a new look, new inventory and new COVID procedures in place.
The duo will serve as liaison and coordinator for the businesses, government, tribal, educational and nonprofit communities served by the Carson City-based development district.
People make decisions in real estate for many reasons. Buyers and sellers have a lot to consider when they contemplate buying or selling and even more as they proceed with making or receiving offers to buy or sell. Their agent will help them gather information and gain perspective, but that is but a part of the decision making process that they will experience.
High unemployment, shifting industry hiring patterns and fundamental changes to the way we work are harsh realities Americans face when looking for jobs.
Many seasonal jobs don’t offer benefits such as health insurance or retirement plans, Byrd said, and it’s even harder to recruit domestic workers because ski resorts are often in rural areas with expensive housing.
The $64 million sale represents one of the largest multifamily opportunities to trade in the Reno-Sparks market in the past decade.
An overview of Silver Ridge Apartments located at 1555 Sky Valley Drive in West Reno.
"This country is truly at a crossroads, and regardless of who wins the election this November, those potholes and cracks in America’s soul won’t heal overnight."
For years, America’s healthcare industry had a clear roadmap for turning a profit: provide surgeries, scans and other specialty services to privately insured patients, whose plans pay higher prices than public programs like Medicare and Medicaid. The pandemic, however, has revealed vulnerabilities in that business model.
Frontline workers for Carson Tahoe Health stand at the health network’s drive-thru clinic for COVID-19 testing earlier this spring.
The former assistant city manager for the city of Sparks also has two years of experience, Of Counsel, with Holland & Hart LLP and Fennemore Craig PC.
Officials at the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation say nearly 217,500 people who applied for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program will be notified over the next three weeks that they are ineligible for those benefits.
Are there evil people actively trying to hurt you? YES! Most do not even live in the USA. They work in what is called the “dark web.” They reach out to entrap innocent folks like you and me with very convincing trickery. Here are some to be on the lookout for.
COCO BURRITO (GOLD) & STOUTACUS (BRONZE) RECOGNIZED AT WORLD’S LARGEST PROFESSIONAL BEER COMPETITION Shoe Tree Brewing Co. was awarded Gold and Bronze medals at the 2020 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition, presented by the Brewers Association. The best beers in 91 beer categories covering 170 different beer styles (including all subcategories) were awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals during a virtual ceremony Friday, October 16, hosted on The Brewing Network.
The number of Nevadans back at work increased by 3,400 in September but that is a much slower increase than August. “I’m encouraged to see that employment continues to pick up and that unemployment has gone down,” said DETR Economist Dave Schmidt. “Employment gains slowed sharply for the second month in a row as the labor market continues to shift from a rapid policy-driven rebound to a more traditional recovery.”
Thanks to a mix of current events including working or schooling from home and our recent levels of smokey haze, many of us are spending more time inside our homes than ever before. If you are spending more time indoors, you may be noticing the nuances of your HVAC system and your at-home comfort levels. Does your system seem loud or disruptive? Is it turning on frequently throughout the day or heating and cooling your home irregularly? Are you concerned about air quality and your health? We are breaking down some comfort problems you may be facing with your HVAC system and how to address them. Comfort Problem 1: Keeping the Smoke Out
All told, Nevada has regained roughly half of the more than 287,300 jobs lost from February to April due to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s COVID-induced economic shutdown.
Economists and nonpartisan legislative fiscal analysts agree: Nevada's Economic Forum is facing a difficult road ahead for 2021 and beyond in trying to accurately guess tax numbers in the midst of a global health crisis.
A nearly empty sports book at Wynn Las Vegas on Saturday, March 14, 2020.
"This new program will streamline the process to get relief funding out to (small businesses) who need it very quickly,” says Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Brad Spires, a longtime Realtor based in Gardnerville, will chair the Nevada Realtors board in 2021; additionally, Northern Nevadans Doug McIntyre and Trevor Smith will also be on the board.
Browsers Corner Book Store, operated by the Friends of the Carson City Library, is having its grand reopening starting at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17 with new hours being from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
In an interview Wednesday with The Nevada Independent, attorney Jim Berchtold answered questions about the implications of the end of the state moratorium and the remaining CDC federal eviction ban.
Moving trucks as seen on a U-Haul lot in Henderson on Sept. 3, 2020.
The University of Nevada, Reno's downtown hub of entrepreneurialism, venture capital, collaboration celebrates its 5th anniversary this fall.
On Oct. 1, Jeske Hardware Distributors announced the opening of its 32,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution center in Sparks.
Meibert was born and raised in Northern Nevada. She earned her J.D. from UNLV and a bachelor's degree from University of Nevada, Reno.
NCET initially announced the winners and finalists in February with the intention of an in-person awards ceremony in March; that was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and Treasurer Zach Conine say Nevada small businesses can start applying Monday for grants to help them survive the financial damage caused by the pandemic. The funding is through the Pandemic Emergency Technical Support (PETS) program contained in the CARES Act. Nevada was awarded $20 million to issue to businesses
LAS VEGAS — A company nearing completion of a short underground motorway for electric cars at the expanded Las Vegas Convention Center wants to widen its scope and build a people mover tunnel system beneath the Las Vegas Strip. Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's tunneling operator, called The Boring Co., dubs the project the "Vegas Loop."
On Sept. 8, Reno startup Hibear launched a Kickstarter with a funding goal of $10,000. Within 45 minutes, the company surpassed it. Now, it's up to almost $100,000 and more than 1,250 financial backers.
DETR Nevada "is on track to be able to make the payments mid- to late-October," agency spokeswoman Rosa Mendez told The Nevada Independent.
"Like everyone, the Veterans Guest House has been impacted by the unprecedented changes in our world this past year. We had projected 2020 to be a record, providing over 6,500 nights of lodging, but alas, COVID-19."
As the days get shorter and colder heading toward winter, it can be easy to fall into the trap of focusing on the negative things going on in the world right now.
The Northern Nevada Human Resources Association's annual awards program began in 2008; the 2020 winners were honored Sept. 30.
In addition to the WIN Nevada board, Jensen serves on board for Crisis Support Services of Nevada and is a past president of the Nevada Human Resource Association board.
According to the city, the first round amounted to $1.4 million in grants to 137 businesses; the next round, which opens today, will total up to $2.55 million.
For decades, Jon Whipple and Darrel Weaver spent their professional lives climbing the corporate ladder into executive roles. These days, however, you won't find the Reno duo in any office or wearing any business attire.
The Boony Stomper, a lightweight camping trailer created by Reno-based startup Sunnyside OffRoad, is pulled over rocky terrain by a UTV.
The Nevada Association of Retailers projects Nevadans will spend $128.7 million on decorations, costumes and candy this October.
"Our region is fortunate to have a plethora of passionate and engaged partners working to support the 'STEM Ecosystem,'" writes EDAWN's Amy Fleming.
The 7,941 initial claims filed for the week ending Oct. were up 416 from the previous week's 7,525 claims, which marked the lowest weekly claims since mid-March.
Bernard earned an MBA from the University of Utah; a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Nevada, Reno; and an associate degree in nursing from Northern Nevada Community College.
A survey by the Nevada Association of Retailers says there will be fewer people celebrating Halloween this year than last because of concerns about the coronavirus. That number fell from 68 percent last year to 58 percent this year.
September's median home price across greater Reno-Sparks came in at $444,000, down slightly from the August mark of $444,900.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice James Hardesty on Friday raised the specter of a “confluence of events” striking at once in the new year.
A moving truck as seen outside a home in Henderson on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020.
Don't forget — late filing penalties are brutal! "Better to estimate and amend than file late, I always say. This is true even if you do not owe tax," advises Mike Bosma.
Nevada's mining industry isn't opposed to tax increases, "but what it is opposed to is a tax increase that would, frankly, hurt the people that rely on this industry for their wellbeing," Nevada Mining Association boss Tyre Gray told the NNBW in a sit-down interview this month.
Tyre Gray took over as president of the Nevada Mining Association in February.
The International Downtown Association last week recognized the Downtown Reno Partnership with an award of excellence for the group's One-at-a-Time Homeless Outreach program.
From left: Downtown Reno Partnership Ambassador Operations Manager Austin Pollard; board members Par Tolles and Cindy Carano; DRP Executive Director Alex Stettinski; and DRP Ambassador Donald Griffin.
Hall, a Reno native, brings more than 22 years of experience helping international and national businesses grow market share and improve brand perceptions.
One of the most important components in a real estate transaction is one that is usually given some of the least attention. That would be the title report. Historically, it was called a preliminary title report, but has for the past few years been renamed and repositioned as a title commitment. The inclusion of the word commitment reflects the fact that they are now making a commitment to insure title, not just providing preliminary information.
The number of insured unemployed workers in Nevada decreased a bit last week for the eighth straight week. There are now 190,613 people receiving continued benefits, the lowest number since the week ending April 4. But officials at the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation said the number of initial claims for benefits increased a bit to 7,941. That is an increase of 416 claims for the week ending Oct. 3.
“This is a highly relevant issue for Washoe County because casinos and bars are important establishments in the community,” says UNR's Eric Crosbie.
The report highlights a continued decline in the local population, employment that hasn’t recovered from the Great Recession, and an opportunity for economic growth through non-tourism sectors.
"The Tahoe Basin faces a long road to recovery," according to the report. "If the region’s experience following the Great Recession hinted at the need to diversify its economy, the current public health and economic crisis has only amplified it."
The bill credit will equate to roughly $107 per single-family residential customer, $60 per multi-family unit customer and $53 for typical small business customers.
NV Energy corporate headquarters is seen on Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
NVMA President Tyre Gray presented the funds to Eddy House CEO Diaz Dixon, saying, “few causes are important as helping young people in crisis.”
“It was time we took our company to the next level. Purchasing this building will do just that," says company co-owner James Belosic.
Since the start of the pandemic, the Tahoe region has been swarming with Bay Area tech workers who may stay for the long term.
Northern Nevada boasts one of the most favorable business and tax environments in the U.S. Highly skilled employees and commercial properties abound, and the state’s strategic location comes with countless opportunities.
Fitzpatrick, a former team physician for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Ohio State University and various Olympic athletes, joined the Reno business in September.
Decided via a community-voting process, DoughBoys Donuts won the PBS Reno 2020 Spotlight Award for Extraordinary Local Business.
With the grant, Western Nevada College and Carson City nonprofit greenUP! to help food and beverage manufacturers and processors, as well as automobile repair and maintenance businesses, implement pollution prevention programs.
Moran has been a public relations practitioner for nine years, working at Travel Nevada since 2011.
The Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce of Nevada still is setting its sights on growing membership in Northern Nevada’s Quad County region and surrounding areas where business opportunities are flourishing, according to Chamber President Tim Haughinberry. The Chamber announced its expansion to Northern Nevada in August, and Haughinberry is focused on generating diversified interest from corporations and smaller companies to support the GLCCNV in its mission to become fully integrated and connected with Nevada’s LGBTQ community.
DoughBoys Donuts owner Jay Kenny, seen in the PBS Reno Spotlight Award video entry.
Should the project in remote Washoe County gain eventual approval, it would fill about 50 construction jobs, in addition to 15-20 full-time jobs once operational.
Riana Durrett, the recently departed executive director of the Nevada Dispensary Association, and Reno Dr. Bryan Young are the final 2 appointments to the 5-person cannabis oversight panel.
With passenger visits down 54% YOY at Reno-Tahoe International Airport, NNBW reporter Kaleb M. Roedel recently sat down with new CEO Daren Griffin to talk about COVID challenges, winter travel predictions and the biggest challenges and opportunities on the horizon.
Daren Griffin, CEO of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority, began his new role July 25, replacing Marily Mora, who retired June 30.
“If you want bars to survive so you can enjoy them in the future, it’s an easy choice to simply wear a mask, not congregate at the bar and follow the directions of the employees.”
Spross previously served as an engineering manager with A&K Earthmovers from 2002-2014 and was most recently president of Wulfenstein Construction in Pahrump.
“We’re very excited to have the opportunity to expand the services we offer as well as provide additional jobs," said owner Garrett Oakes.
Premier Window Tinting in Reno offers custom tint jobs, as seen on this Tesla from 2019.
Radial hires seasonal workers in Reno-Sparks, as well as its other fulfillment centers, this time each year to support increased demand for the holiday season.
Employees are seen working at one of Radials 20 fulfillment centers in North America, which soon will be running full steam for the holiday season.
As American anxieties rise over COVID-19, civil unrest and an increasingly prickly presidential race, gun sales have skyrocketed in Northern Nevada and beyond.
Maccabee Arms, a gun shop located on Kietzke Lane in Reno, has seen its sales increase “500-to-600%” this year, says owner Sharon Oren.
Reeder joins NDA after serving most recently as vice president of client success for SBI Association Management in Seattle.
It’s important to have a plan in place, especially for construction and manufacturing organizations, to outline expectations for what you want to achieve as you budget during a pandemic, advises Mike Bosma.
Mining Association officials donated nearly $7,000 to Reno’s Eddy House on Thursday. Eddy House serves homeless and at-risk youth in western Nevada. The association’s “Hope for Heat” campaign donated $6,930, $90 for every day local temperatures topped 90 degrees in the Reno area.
Western Nevada Development District has hired two economic recovery coordinators to help deal with the impacts of the pandemic. They are Bob Hastings and Don Vetter. Hastings has extensive experience in advanced manufacturing with an emphasis on medical devices and worked at Career Bound NV as a work-based learning administrator.
Northern Nevada real estate was brisk with values increasing when the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly appeared. We’ve written extensively in this space about the adjustments to the real estate as things developed and we adapted our business practices. In the intervening months we’ve seen the market explode from out of state buyers looking to escape the leadership practices of the town, county and state in which they resided.
The Reno+Sparks is entering into an eight-year lease that will enable the nonprofit to save roughly $500,000 in rent over that span, said chamber CEO Ann Silver.
The Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce will occupy 2,600 square feet of newly constructed space at 4065 S. Virginia St., adjacent to the RSCVA’s new location.
The longtime Sparks construction company announced the change week, with Toby Basta being named president and managing partner.
The COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project and the Aspen Institute published a report in August that shows 181,966 Nevada households, or 418,523 individuals, may be vulnerable to evictions by the end of December, per The Nevada Independent.
Nevada's 7,525 new claims for unemployment benefits the week ending Sept. 26 is the lowest since mid-March.
Harris is currently Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for Visit Anaheim.
Firm Cryo Spa owner and Cryoskin professional Debbie Billings has been running her air purifiers 24 hours a day recently with all the smoke to keep her Breathe Room a little healthier. The plants and trees to provide an ample supply of oxygen, and her humidifier gives an extra boost, which has been especially appealing as of late with the lingering smoke from the recent fires from Northern California and its effects in the region.
Nevada’s Employment Security officials say there were just 7,525 initial claims filed for unemployment benefits last week. That is down 673 claims or 8.2 percent compared with the previous week and the lowest number of new claims since mid-March.
With many people working from home these days, there is an increased need for connection to the online workplace. Video conference programs like Zoom effectively allow companies to communicate right from their homes. But is your computer capable of video conferencing?
“Carson City had such a need. You had the three great schools in Reno. We’re such a small community, it made sense to get Carson City on its feet. It’s been great.”
Sierra Academy of Style student Hanna Masters, right, styles fellow student Claire Owen’s hair as lead instructor Kelly Lauderbaugh, left, jokes with both of them. Masters graduated in September as the academy’s 100th student.
Author Guy Raz does a great job of explaining the fundamental things you learn in Entrepreneur 101 in his book, “How I Built This: The Unexpected Paths to Success From the World’s Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs.”
Boreham is also a member of the Reno Tahoe Young Professionals Network. In addition, he sits on the NAIOP Programs Committee.
“The opportunity to combine our land based-casinos, sports betting and online gaming in the U.S. is a truly exciting prospect,” Caesars CEO Tom Reeg said.
Stoever has been in the commercial real estate industry for over 20 years. In 2018, he was recognized as Investment Broker of the Year by the Northern Nevada Summit Awards.
Washoe County also saw a strong month with $843 million in taxable sales, up 11% from the $759 million posted a year ago.
“I have no interest in going back to the Bay Area,” says Event Presence CEP Steve Ernst, citing the tax-friendly business environment and lack of congestion as reasons for relocating to Northern Nevada. “And with our product, I can be anywhere in the world.”
Nevada casinos took home $743 million in august — overall, that's down 22% from $954 million last year, and a slight decline from July's statewide totals of $756.8 million.
Carson Tahoe Health Foundation, Eddy House, KNPB PBS Reno Writers Contest and Project Santa Claus each received a portion of the $7,250.