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Wednesday, August 31

Carson City affordable housing project to break ground

Developers plan to break ground on the 160-unit Sierra Flats affordable housing project in Carson City on Thursday.

People: Marie West named branch manager at the South Carson City branch of Nevada State Bank

Nevada State Bank recently promoted Marie West to branch manager at the South Carson City branch. Previously, she worked as senior branch relationship manager for NSB.

Lawmakers want tobacco tax money for child mental health

The revenue currently goes to the General Fund but the proposal would claim $1.6 million for mental health programs this coming year.

Tuesday, August 30

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Carson City BBQ hitting its stride

Carson City BBQ will be at the Nugget’s Best of the West Rib Cook-Off from Aug. 31 to Sept. 5 in Sparks.

UNR student-run van service rebrands to ‘Pack Rides’

University of Nevada, Reno students will now have access to the newly rebranded Pack Rides service. Formerly known as Campus Escort, Pack Rides is a service offered by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Reno, which provides safe rides each year to students, faculty, and staff at the University.

People: Tannar Wood promoted to sales operations manager for Quick Space

Quick Space has promoted Tannar Wood to sales operations manager. Wood joins the team having previously worked as an installation manager, where he gained experience in long range planning, inventory control, and process control. He served on the U.S. Air Force for 6 years where he worked as an Air Terminal Operations Center senior controller, among several other positions.

Monday, August 29

NCET Biz Tips: I run a non-profit: Would a pop-up store be beneficial?

There are three big areas of concern all non-profits have in common. Finding ways to raise needed funds. Communicating their message and mission to the public. Finally, keeping people appraised of what they are doing and staying top of mind. All of this is possible with very limited, if any, out of pocket expense by using a pop-up store.

People: Lane Powell named to president’s club in the U.S./Canada general manger category

Silver State International has announced Lane Powell has made the president’s club in the U.S./Canada general manger category.

Intertribal Council wins $18.9 million for rural broadband

The money will pay for broadband infrastructure projects.

D4 Media Corp. recognized as fastest growing privately-owned business

D4 Media Corp. has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing, privately-owned companies in the U.S. and ranked 1,972 of the top 5,000 in its annual Inc. 5,000 report.

Friday, August 26

Fernley’s ‘Victory Project’ receives $25 million grant

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg touted the grant for the Victory Project that will increase the efficiency of the supply chain.

Buzz Harris: Successful local company for sale (Voices)

In the past, I have focused on many of the issues, challenges and questions associated with buying and selling businesses in Northern Nevada.

Nevada jobless rate falls to 4.4 percent

That is 2.2 percent lower than a year ago, a decrease of 3,526 unemployed people.

People: Courtney Meredith named “Marketer of the year” by the American Marketing Association, Reno Chapter

Design on Edge is honored to share that Courtney Meredith was recently named the “Marketer of the year” by the American Marketing Association, Reno Chapter in their annual Ace awards. This award is given to one individual annually who has displayed significant achievements in marketing. Some of the highlights of Meredith’s career that were considered included:

Thursday, August 25

Coffeebar leases space in Oddie District to streamline operations, grow revenue

The pandemic taught many retailers some hard lessons. For Coffeebar founder Greg Buchheister, the main takeaway was that he couldn’t rely solely on his retail locations to generate revenue.

Gaming revenue sets all-time quarterly high

Nationwide commercial gaming revenue totaled $14.81 billion in Q2 2022, according to the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker. The total sets a new quarterly record for the industry, beating Q4 2021 by 3.3 percent.

Reno-based aha! Airlines shuts down

Nevada-based discount airline aha! has stopped flying after its parent, ExpressJet Airlines, filed for bankruptcy protection.

People: Lauren Davis hired as public relations manager KPS3

KPS3, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm has hired Lauren Davis as public relations manager.

Wednesday, August 24

Andy Chapman: New brand reflects enhanced mission of Travel North Tahoe Nevada (Voices)

The role of tourism organizations is evolving rapidly. Communities that embrace this evolution set themselves on the path for a vibrant economy, strong community culture and environmental stewardship that will ensure visitors and residents can enjoy the destination for years to come.

Firm with Reno office fined for auto pollution devices

The EPA has fined an Ohio company with a Reno office for selling devices that defeat emission controls in diesel powered vehicles.

Corwin GMC and Reno Corvette Club annual ‘Oil Change for Charity’ event

Corwin GMC/Buick/Cadillac of Reno and Reno Corvette Club hosted a check presentation in honor of the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation.

PRSA Sierra Nevada offers free public relations and communications counsel

The Sierra Nevada Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is hosting a PR-to-Go workshop from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26. The free workshop offers local nonprofits, entrepreneurs and businesses expert advice on developing successful strategic communications plans.

Tuesday, August 23

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Carson City cycling into the future

Carson City seems poised for a cycling rush, a change in how residents commute.

People: Lisa McKinney joins Carson Valley Medical Center's Ironwood Primary Care clinic

Carson Valley Medical Center welcomed Lisa McKinney to its Ironwood Primary Care clinic. McKinney was recently honored for her 30 years of service with CVMC. She began her nursing career in 1989 by studying nursing at Lower Columbia College in Washington and hasn’t stopped learning since. After her first quarter of nursing school, she qualified as a certified

KPS3 ranks on the 2022 Inc. 5,000 annual list

Inc. has revealed that for the second consecutive year KPS3 has ranked on its annual Inc. 5,000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. KPS3 ranked No. 4,911 on the 2022 Inc. 5,000.

Monday, August 22

NCET Biz Tips: Unlock keys to success at NCET Small Business Expo

Starting a small business takes determination, passion, and discipline. That’s why Nevada small business owners are some of the most driven and resilient people I have met. However, running a small business also requires a lot of learning: there are licenses to get, new skills to learn, and sometimes a simple uncertainty about where to turn for information.

People: Robin Yturiaga joins Quick Space

Quick Space has announced Robin Yturiaga has joined the team as human resources manager.

RED Development announced new tenants at Outlets at Legends

RED Development has announced The Phoenix and SolBaked Café and Bakeshop as the newest tenants at the Outlets at Legends.

The Children’s Cabinet honors Sandy Raffealli

The Children’s Cabinet honored Sandy Raffealli for her continued philanthropic support to the organization last Saturday at the Art of Childhood fundraised.

Verus Associates announces new acquisition

Verus Associates is pleased to announce the acquisition of Go-Tek Automation, an industrial automation firm based in the Seattle Metro.

Friday, August 19

Nevada Mining Association announces ‘Operator safety awards’ recipients

The Nevada Mining Association announced the recipients of its 2022 Mine Operator Safety awards, which celebrate Nevada’s mining operators demonstrating an unparalleled commitment to workplace safety.

People: Phil Tissier named vice president/commercial loan officer of River Valley Community Bank

River Valley Community Bancorp with its wholly owned subsidiary, River Valley Community Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Phil Tissier to vice president/commercial loan officer.

People: Denise Frohlich appointed deputy director of Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy

The Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy has appointed Denise Frohlich as deputy director.

People: Jessica Lee named events manager Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation

The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation has announced Jessica Lee has been named as their newest events manager.

Thursday, August 18

Nonprofit Spotlight: Giving Back to the Artists Who Give Us So Much

For more than 50 years, Sierra Arts Foundation has been advocating on behalf of the arts, and the artists, in our region and beyond. A small but mighty nonprofit (fitting in the Biggest Little City), we set our sights on a horizon brimming with an abundance of art. We work towards our vision of a community that gives artists the platform they need to be more active in problem solving and to continue creating the art that adds richness to our lives.

Protection sought for butterfly at geothermal project site near Denio

The petition signals the potential for another legal fight all too familiar to Ormat Nevada.

Kasa Living opens new location in Reno Experience District

Kasa Living, a national tech-enabled, flexible accommodations brand and operator adds another property to its collection with an opening at Archive, a luxury apartment building located within the Reno Experience District.

Washoe 311 serves as informative helpline

3-1-1 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects citizens with knowledgeable customer service representatives ready to help with non-emergency government matters.

People: Winnie Dowling named director Nevada Small Business Development Center

The Nevada Small Business Development Center has selected Winnie Dowling as its new director. Dowling has served as the deputy director of the Nevada SBDC for over 20 years.

Wednesday, August 17

Nominations open for Northern Nevada Business Weekly Best in Business

The Northern Nevada Business Weekly’s 2022 Best In Business contest is now open for nominations.

People: Chelsea Bosco joins KPS3

KPS3, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm has hired Chelsea Bosco as a designer. She will work with the firm’s creative and digital teams, conceptualizing and designing creative solutions for the company’s wide range of clients.

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, Palisades Tahoe getting capital improvements

Two big construction projects underway at regional ski resorts will likely transform daily operations.

Tuesday, August 16

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NCET Biz Tips: Stop managing and start leading

Some may argue semantics here, but I think there is a sound argument in ditching the word manage altogether when it comes to describing a boss. Guide, support, challenge, lead… All of these words hold more relevance in a modern workplace than “manage” does. You’re in control of somebody’s future, their salary, their growth. And it is important to recognize that it can't be managed—only developed and supported. Doing that requires more than a set of rules or cause-and-effect guidelines. In fact, it requires a clear understanding of your employee’s hopes, dreams, goals (both personal and professional)—hell, even their kids’ names.

People: Christie Asis named Nevada regional manager for Farm Bureau Bank

Farm Bureau Bank has hired Christie Asis as its Nevada regional manager. In her new role, Asis will oversee a team of personal bankers, expand the bank’s local private, personal, and business banking efforts, and cultivate more relationships in the community. Asis will be based at the bank’s corporate headquarters in Reno.

Monday, August 15

Reserve advertising space for this year's Northern Nevada Guide today

The Nevada News Group team is wrapping up content for the 2022 Northern Nevada Guide. If you haven’t secured your advertising space for the upcoming edition, now is the time.

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NNBW Best In Business contest returns Wednesday

The Northern Nevada Business Weekly’s 2022 Best In Business contest is set to return this month with the nomination period kicking off Wednesday, Aug. 17.

Gardnerville 1,020-unit project on the way

Builders plan to begin work on a thousand-unit subdivision in Gardnerville by next year, a spokesman said on Tuesday.

UFCU expands mortgage offerings to new locations in Nevada

United Federal Credit Union is expanding its presence in Nevada with three new locations. In June, the credit union cut the ribbon on its new loan production office at 330 E. Main St., in Fernley, growing its footprint in the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area.

People: Cortney Bloomer and Abigail Ortiz join Travel Nevada’s Industry Development team

Travel Nevada’s Industry Development team has welcomed Cortney Bloomer and Abigail Ortiz. Bloomer joins the team as destination development manager.

Friday, August 12

State Supreme Court: Employees can be fired for pot use

The court ruled that state laws cannot completely legalize marijuana use because the drug remains illegal under federal law.

Developer offers to pay for Dayton traffic signal

The Traditions master planned community called for a signalized intersection at Traditions Parkway and the U.S. 50.

People: Alyssa Yocom, Ann Rosevear, Jonnie Pullman, Rob Lamb join Community Foundation of Northern Nevada board

The Community Foundation of Northern Nevada has announced the addition of four new advisory board members Alyssa Yocom, Ann Rosevear, Jonnie Pullman and Rob Lamb.

People: Annie Wagner earns Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Annie Wagner, social media coordinator at KPS3 has successfully completed the examination for the Certificate in Principles of Public Relations.

Thursday, August 11

Full Tilt Logistics moving operations, growing out South Meadows building

Full Tilt Logistics positioned itself for its next round of growth by leasing a large warehouse space in South Meadows that also will serve as its new central headquarters. Full Tilt Logistics in 2018 purchased its current building at 470 E. Plumb Lane, but the new location allows the company to consolidate and grow its workforce, as well as take on a new line of business, company executives told NNBW in a recent interview. Full Tilt Logistics leased 226,000-square-feet of space on the IGT campus on Prototype Drive that also includes 11,000-square-feet of office space.

People: Michele Collen named administrator at Frame Architecture

Frame Architecture has announced Michele Collen has been named as administrator. Collen joins the team with 10 years of administrative experience.

Michelle Joy named President & CEO of Carson Tahoe Health

Michelle Joy has been named President & CEO of Carson Tahoe Health.

DMV requires appointments in Carson City, Reno

Beginning next week, appointments will be required to visit the metropolitan offices of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles for almost all services. DMV officials blamed continuing staff shortages and high customer demand for the elimination of walk-in services at the agency’s six largest metropolitan offices including Carson City and Reno.

Wednesday, August 10

COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY NEW IDEAS, A NEW ERA

The BAC is guided by their mission, to enrich the quality of life by cultivating arts and culture for all.

PAST PAGES – July 30, 2012:Drought pressures ranchers

Fresh off a successful year of recruiting new employers and new jobs into the region, executives of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada said last week they expect the trend to build momentum.

Nevada funding to create medical residencies

Gov. Steve Sisolak announced funding for five programs that offer graduate medical residency education.

People: Jess Oja and Caitlin Ramsey join Nevada Surgical Associates

Nevada Surgical Associates has announced the addition of nurse practitioners Jess Oja and Caitlin Ramsey to the practice.

BIZ & BOOKS REVIEW: Women: Learn to say ‘no’

Two letters. That's all it is. Two letters, tongue on the roof of your mouth for the first one, purse your lips for the second letter. Ennnnn-ooooooo. Not gonna, ain't happening, not a chance, uh-uh, thanks anyway, sorry-not-sorry, no. So, as Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart ask in their new book “The No Club,” why is that so hard for working women to say?

Tuesday, August 9

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Gary MacDonald: The state of local real estate: Looking beyond the headlines (Voices)

In the last two years, I have been interviewed several times regarding the state of our local real estate market. Many professionals in the media have been looking for the ultimate catchy headline. That is their job, after all.

People: David Kanen joins Aqua Metals board of directors

Aqua Metals, an innovator in metals recycling with its AquaRefining technology has named David Kanen to the board of directors.

Nevada rental firm faces probes over pandemic evictions

Probes of The Siegel Group followed findings by a congressional oversight panel that company executives used “potentially unlawful” tactics last year to force tenants out.

Monday, August 8

NCET Biz Tips: Cybersecurity for small businesses; dangers and outlooks

Over the past eight months, we have been researching the current cybersecurity climate specifically for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This research has shown a somewhat alarming trend; as larger companies get harder to attack, attackers are now focusing their attention on SMEs, and the attacks themselves are more targeted and damaging than ever before, with many attacks leading to small businesses having to close down completely. All of this is, of course, happening at a time when most small businesses are transitioning to teleworking solutions or having increased the use of digital tools to stay competitive in an ever-evolving market. Current governmental regulations are very specific to large companies, and there is virtually no current support system in place to help small businesses with this challenge.

People: Dave McMurtry appointed chief business officer at Aqua Metals

Aqua Metals, an innovator in metals recycling with its AquaRefining technology has appointed Dave McMurtry as chief business officer.

Markleevile businesses open but suffering after flooding

Closure of main road between Markleeville and Woodfords hurting Alpine County seat

Friday, August 5

Macau rebound depends on China, former gaming control chairman says

Casinos in Macau, many owned by Nevada operators, will not bounce back as quickly from current COVID restrictions and closures as Las Vegas resorts did.

New lithium tech center showcases sustainable business practices

Among the sagebrush and sand within the Nevadan deserts, specifically that of Humboldt County, are rare and lucrative pockets of lithium waiting to be mined, refined, and turned into battery-quality lithium carbonate, which powers countless everyday items.

People: Brett Olsen promoted by Alston Construction

Olsen previously served as the senior project manager for Alston. With over 15 years of experience, he has a plentitude of experience in overseeing and directing construction management, including working directly with contractors regarding project budgets, staffing and scheduling, and ensuring phase completion.

People: Eric Engelman, Jenny Walters, Scott Norman, Stephen Schroder promoted by REMSA

REMSA Health has promoted four team members to leadership roles within the organization. Engelman has been promoted to manager of the Regional Emergency Communications Center.

Thursday, August 4

Douglas Chamber remembers sole Director Emeritus Gerry Bing

For the first time in 55 years, the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce was without Director Emeritus Gerry Bing Jr., who died Dec. 8, 2021, at age 83.

People: Samantha Szesciorka joins the Nevada Department of Tourism & Cultural Affairs

Samantha Szesciorka joins the Nevada Department of Tourism & Cultural Affairs as its content marketing specialist, tasked with overseeing content development for the Division of Museums & History, Nevada Indian Commission, and Nevada Arts Council.

Carson supervisors eye $5M for infrastructure bonds

Up to $5.55 million would be used for infrastructure projects, namely the William Street corridor project.

Wednesday, August 3

Katrina Loftin: 30 years of lessons from a Business Intermediary (Voices)

This year marks my 30th year as a Business Broker and M&A Intermediary. Over the years, I have been able to get an inside look at hundreds of different privately held businesses ranging in value from less than a million to $50 Million. I’ve witnessed the best of times and the worst of times. Some transactions come together, and some don’t. As a Business Owner, here’s what you need to know.

Nevada gets piece of $401M for rural internet

About 31,000 people in Nevada, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota and Texas could be helped.

People: Brigette Cole named director of programs and services of Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation

Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation has announced Brigette Cole has been named director of programs and services of the non-profit.

Northern Nevada Medical Group opens new location in Reno

Northern Nevada Medical Group announced the expansion of family and internal medicine services with the opening of a new clinic at 1021 Steamboat Pkwy, Ste. 120 in Reno.

Tuesday, August 2

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Window painter helps promote businesses through her own

Carson City resident Lowri McGill paints murals, characters and messages for businesses in Douglas County, Carson City, Lake Tahoe and surrounding areas, usually right on the business’ windows.

Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push

Opposition from friends, not foes, is creating potential roadblocks to President Biden's green energy agenda on federal lands in Nevada.

People: Roy Nelson named project manager for Frame Architecture

Frame Architecture has announced Roy Nelson has been named as project manager for the firm. Nelson joins the firm with 28 years of experience and 18 years as a project manager. Before his role at Frame Architecture, he worked as an architectural project manager in Nevada, Texas, Utah, and many other western states.

Monday, August 1

NCET Biz Tips: Combating wildfire disasters 24/7

“Regrets, I’ve had a few.” That first Frank Sinatra lyric from his song, “My Way,” sticks in my mind when looking at wildfire research today vs. decades ago. Regrets by many that fight fires and those in the scientific research community that the modern-day modeling tools we have now were not available to limit weather disasters and loss of life in the past. Fire-related disasters have and will not go away, but it’s a new day with Reno’s Desert Research Institute (DRI) and its Division of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at the forefront of fire research.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe receives ‘Smart Stars’ award

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino, the only full-service waterfront resort situated in North Lake Tahoe has been named a “Smart Stars” winner by Smart Meetings. The resort was recognized in the category of “Best Executive Retreat” by the publication.

People: Frank Peloso named senior vice president of human resources of Sierra Nevada Corporation

Global Aerospace and national security company Sierra Nevada Corporation has welcomed Frank Peloso as its new senior vice president of human resources.

People: Jeff Frame named director of the advisory board for Truckee Meadows Community College’s new architecture school

Frame Architecture has announced Jeff Frame has been named director of the advisory board for Truckee Meadows Community College’s new architecture school.