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Tuesday, May 31

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Lien Sale of Motor Vehicles

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Notice of Sale of Motor Vehicles

Biz & Books Review: Inclusion Revolution says add inclusivity to your hiring practices

Everybody in. The meeting's about to start, the train is leaving soon, the car is idling, so pack it up and let's go. We're not leaving anyone behind and nobody can complain about being out of the loop if we're together, so everybody in. With "Inclusion Revolution" by Daisy Auger-Domínguez, we can be sure that no one's missed.

Reno Fly Shop becomes Reno’s first Orvis Endorsed outfitter

Following a rigorous vetting process, Reno Fly Shop has earned the distinction to be an Orvis Endorsed Outfitter Fly Shop.

People: Carla Mazza named employee of the year at Saint Mary’s Health

Saint Mary’s Health Network patient navigator Carla Mazza was recently named the 2021 employee of the year. Mazza has been an invaluable part of the Saint Mary’s family for over 31 years, having initially joined the Saint Mary’s team as a transporter before advancing to her current role as the patient navigator.

People: Brian Dosh joins Associated General Contractors of America and the Construction Leadership Council

Quick Space has announced Brian Dosh recently joined the Associated General Contractors of America and the Construction Leadership Council.

Monday, May 30

NCET Biz Tips: Everybody has to believe in something

For some, it is the pleasure of enjoying with friends an easy-drinking American lager with hints of the flavor and character of a German pilsner. Yet where do you find such a crisp, refreshing beer? What is surprising is that you can find it right here in Reno. Reno is home to Battle Born Beer and its state-of-the-art production brewery launched on Nevada Day in 2019.

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Residential realty: Tight inventories help boost prices A dwindling supply of residential resale properties is pushing up prices and should lead to a new wave of residential construction, Reno-Sparks residential brokers say — but they expect the upturn in residential development will be different from the frenzied days of the mid-2000s.

People: Bart Peterson named director of sales for the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau

Bart Peterson has been named as the new director of sales for the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau after serving for two years as its business development manager.

Moment Skis purchases Reno headquarters

As one of the few ski brands that manufactures its products in the United States, Moment Skis has earned an exceptional reputation in its field while building long-term relationships with top-level skiers throughout the world.

Friday, May 27

Western Nevada College helps construction student build bright future

Coleville woman earns construction management degree

G8 Strategies wins Silver Communicator Award for print distinction

G8 Strategies wins Silver Communicator Award for print distinction

Reno+Sparks Chamber to host June Job Fair June 15

The Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce is set to host a job fair on June 15, at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, the third such event in 18 months.

Thursday, May 26

Douglas kicks tires on microtransit system

A microtransit system to serve Stateline is one of the requirements under the approval of the events center wrapping up construction in the casino corridor.

Nevada’s statewide unemployment rate was unchanged in April

In Carson City, the work force totals 25,410 with 775 seeking employment.

Rafter 3C arena in Fallon officially opens June 1

Churchill County’s newest event space, the Rafter 3C Arena, officially opens to the public on June 1. The public is invited to attend this community celebration hosted by Churchill County Commissioners Pete Olsen, Greg Koenig and Justin Heath, County Manager Jim Barbee and City of Fallon Mayor Ken Tedford.

People: John T. Moran Jr. joins Clark Hill

Clark Hill announced that John T. Moran Jr. has joined the firm as senior counsel of the Government & Regulatory Affairs Business Unit in Las Vegas.

Wednesday, May 25

Jacobs Entertainment continues work Reno’s Neon Line District

60-unit apartment complex expected to break ground in June

The 60-unit apartment complex expected to break ground in June at the corners of Second Street and Arlington Avenue represents a small piece of Jacobs Entertainment’s sweeping redevelopment plans for west of downtown Reno.

People: Saffron Kow named director of property management at Logic Commercial Real Estate

Nevada-based Logic Commercial Real Estate is proud to announce the promotion of Saffron Kow to director of property management.

RE/MAX announces lease completion

RE/MAX Premier Properties is pleased to announce Kevin Sigstad and Fred Jayet’s successful lease completion at 1201 Stardust St., in Reno.

Craft Beer Marketing Awards “Crushie” winners announced

The 2022 Craft Beer Marketing Awards “Crushie” winners were announced in two ceremonies. Winners were announced in a virtual awards ceremony on Facebook LIVE as well as on stage at the Craft Brewers conference in Minneapolis.

Tuesday, May 24

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Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

NCET Biz Tips: Jerkbaits, Treble Hooks, and Your Website

Some of you may recall one of Kevin Costner’s better movies, “Field of Dreams.” While walking in his cornfield, novice farmer Ray Kinsella hears a voice that whispers, “If you build it, he will come.” Ray then sees a vision of a baseball diamond. Let’s substitute your website for the baseball diamond.

P.K. O'Neill: Manufacturing is critical to Northern Nevada (voices)

Manufacturing and logistical companies are growing around the state, and Carson City and Douglas County are seeing significant job increases in these sectors.

People: Alyssa Yocom earns Certified Private Wealth Advisor certification

Schultz Financial Group is pleased to announce Alyssa Yocom recently earned the Certified Private Wealth Advisor certification.

People: Robert Johnson joins Western Nevada Environmental Laboratory

Western Nevada Environmental Laboratory announced Robert Johnson will be joining the team as a geochem scientist 4 at the WETLAB Sparks branch.

Montane Building Group completes tenant improvements

Montane Building Group announced they have completed tenant improvements for Umi Sushi, located at 7485 Longley Lane Ste. A, in Reno.

Monday, May 23

Ann Silver: Good business citizenship (voices)

I’m frequently asked by individuals and companies, “Why join the Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce?” Firstly, membership promotes intentional engagement in good “business citizenship” and support for our community’s economic well-being. Over 90% of Nevada’s licensed businesses are considered “small businesses” and it’s fair to say we all rely on them for the goods and services we purchase daily, whether for our personal or professional use.

Board reminds contractors pulling permits are required by law

The Nevada State Contractors Board reminds contractors they will face fines and disciplinary action for not pulling the required permits before commencing projects.

Modern luxury living offered in Sparks

The Atrium is a mid-rise luxury apartment property that brings modern architectural design to Victorian Square.

People: Tamara McBride named Barton’s Physician of the year

Barton Health staff members and physicians have voted Tamara McBride as Barton’s Physician of the year.

People: Joe Carbone named chief operating officer of Logic Commercial Real Estate

Nevada-based Logic Commercial Real Estate is honored to welcome Joe Carbone as chief operating officer as the company continues to build its industry-leading team.

Friday, May 20

Two-thirds of Bently holdings in Douglas hit market

Several Bently Enterprises properties are being listed for sale along with the Distillery and all the ranch property.

Opening nears for Reno-Sparks' first new casino in 26 years

Legends Bay Casino is scheduled to open sometime this summer at the Legends at Sparks Marina along Interstate 80.

Tom Clark Solutions chosen as Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce lobbyist of record

Tom Clark Solutions, a veteran lobbying and government affairs firm, has been selected as the Lobbyist of Record by the Reno+Sparks Chamber of Commerce. TCS will provide government affairs services during the 2022 Interim and 2023 Legislative Sessions.

Thursday, May 19

Groundbreaking at Skypointe, on the corners of McCarran Boulevard and South Virginia Street, expected this summer.

The reboot of the most high-profile development project in Greater Reno-Sparks is underway, with groundbreaking at Skypointe, on the corners of McCarran Boulevard and South Virginia Street, expected to begin this summer.

Barton Memorial Hospital awarded 'A' Grade for patient safety, awarded during National Hospital Week

Barton Memorial Hospital received another ‘A’ grade for patient safety from the Leapfrog Group. Assessment data from more than 30 quality measurements demonstrated better patient outcomes at the Lake Tahoe hospital; the result of collaborative, team-driven systems in place at Barton Health that protect patients from harm. This year, the award was announced during National Hospital Week—May 8-14—an event dedicated to highlighting hospitals, health systems, and health care workers for the innovative ways they are contributing to the health and well-being of their community.

Northern Nevada Medical Center nationally recognized with an ‘A’ Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

Northern Nevada Medical Center (NNMC) received an “A” Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for spring 2022. This national distinction recognizes NNMC’s achievements in protecting patients from preventable harm and error in the hospital.

People: Melissa Molyneaux honored by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors

Colliers Reno is proud to announce Melissa Molyneaux was recently honored by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, which represents the world’s elite in industrial and office brokerage, for its annual top transaction lists of 2021 in the top office transaction category.

Wednesday, May 18

Buzz Harris: Northern Nevada market for selling little companies strong (Voices)

Inc. Magazine recently published an article touting the strength of the current mergers and acquisition market. It referenced that there was a 15 percent increase in business changing hands from the previous year. Plus, they forecasted “the market is expected to gather more steam.”

People: Melissa Marsh named director of human resources LP Insurance Services

LP Insurance Services proudly appoints Melissa Marsh as director of human resources. As HR director, Marsh oversees all aspects of human resources needs and compliance throughout the footprint.

People: Edgar Gabriel promoted to principal of Tectonics Design Group

Edgar Gabriel has been promoted to principal of Tectonics Design Group. Gabriel has been an employee since the firm’s inception and has been an invaluable member of the team for over 16 years.

Oregon mining boom could be a bust for sage grouse

An old supervolcano straddling the Nevada-Oregon state line is laced with some of the highest concentrations of lithium in the United States.

Tuesday, May 17

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice to Creditors

Median sales price closes in on $600K in April, Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors reports

The median price of an existing home rose to $595,000 in April, according to the Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors.

Truckee Tahoe Lumber Company signs lease in Reno

Basin Street Properties is pleased to announce Truckee Tahoe Lumber Company has signed a lease for 7,404 square feet at 300 E. 2nd Street., in Reno.

People: Greg Martin appointed to National Association of Realtors extended national leadership team

Longtime Elko realtor Greg Martin was recently appointed as a My Realtor party committee liaison for the National Association of Realtors.

People: Tamra Nichols promoted by Quick Space

Quick Space announced Tamra Nichols has been promoted to office manager.

Monday, May 16

NCET Biz Tips: Using your brand story to drive sales, engagement & brand loyalty

You’ve got the idea. You build the product or service. You create a killer marketing plan. And then? Nada!

SVN Associates completes industrial sale in Sparks

SVN Gold Dust Commercial Associates has completed the $3.1 million sale of 85 Isidor Court, in Sparks.

People: Michael Brazier named COO of The Children’s Cabinet

The Children’s Cabinet is pleased to announce Michael Brazier has joined the team as chief operations officer.

People: REMSA Health and Care Flight promotes six

REMSA Health and Care Flight has announced the promotion of six team members to leadership roles within the organization: Alexia Jobson, Christine Barton, Devan Walker, Kenneth Kitts, Matthew Brown, and Vanessa Coyle.

Friday, May 13

Nevada awarded $4.4 million for ecosystem restoration

Nevada will receive $4.41 million of the $68.4 million in the infrastructure law to pay for ecosystem restoration projects nationwide.

Carson City’s Diesel named Northern Nevada’s Best Office Pet

Diesel from Carson City’s Vineburg Machining Inc. was the winner of Northern Nevada’s Best Office Pet.

ArchCrest partners win CoStar’s quarterly deals award

Kevin Annis and Mike Van Blaricom of ArchCrest Commercial Partners came out on top of the list of winners for their representation of the buyer and seller of the sale at 5390 Longley Lane in Reno. CoStar winners are determined by the top deals executed every quarter, based on price and square footage.

Affordable housing development under development in Fernley

Krch Realty agent Mary Gurczynski and Reno-based Altmann builders in Fernley are excited to announce their 35 energy-efficient affordable homes starting at $380,000.

NV Energy exceeds Nevada’s renewable energy requirement

NV Energy recently filed its 2021 portfolio standard annual report for compliance with the Public Utilities of Nevada showing the achievement of a combined weighted average of 30.7 percent, marking the 12th consecutive year exceeding the state’s renewable energy requirement.

Thursday, May 12

Stellar Snacks of Carson City overcomes pandemic, ready to expand in Reno

In March 2020, just about the time when the COVID-19 pandemic started shutting down business, Stellar Snacks of Carson City was rocked by a series of cancellation orders that likely spelled financial doom for the fledgling company.

Caesars spinoff VICI closes on big Vegas Strip property deal

A big casino landlord closed its acquisition of MGM Resorts International's real estate spinoff, giving the buyer several more hotel properties on the Strip. Caesars Entertainment spinoff VICI Properties said April 29 that it completed its $17.2 billion buyout of MGM Growth Properties, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The deal was first announced last August and included the assumption of about $5.7 billion of debt.

Casinos see best month ever in March, winning $5.3B nationally

The casinos collectively also had their best first quarter ever, falling just short of the $14.35 billion they won from gamblers in the fourth quarter of last year.

Saltwater Woody launches in Reno

National rum brand, Saltwater Woody has landed in “The Biggest Little City in the World” with its growth into the Reno market.

Wednesday, May 11

Northern Nevada families come Out for Robots Rock! Event at the Discovery Museum

On April 27, the Discovery Museum is teeming with kids of all sizes, barely able to control their excitement as they get the opportunity to play with robots and an abundance of interactive, educational toys.

Photo gallery: FISH demolishes Carson City’s Whistle Stop Inn

The Whistle Stop Inn on North Carson Street came crashing down on Tuesday. Local nonprofit Friends in Service Helping is demolishing the building to make way for a revitalization project.

People: Daniel Stehle promoted at CommCap Advisors

CommCap Advisors has promoted Daniel Stehle to associate. Stehle joins the team of Adam Gregory and Shelly Dunbar to assist with the origination of debt for all types of income-producing real estate.

WETLAB announces completion of new soil crushing lab

Western Environmental Testing Laboratory has announced they have completed construction and equipment installation on their new soil crushing lab located in Sparks.

Tuesday, May 10

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Tahoe Douglas Visitors Authority Events Center hosts beam placement at Stateline

Tahoe Douglas Visitors Authority Events Center work heads into home stretch

Tahoe couple sells Hawaii estate for $26.5 million

Incline Village residents Robert and Janice Davidson sold their Pono Kai’a Estate in Maui for $26,490,700 making it the island’s highest residential home sale of 2022.

People: Kara Harris named assistant vice president, business banking of First Independent Bank

First Independent Bank has named Kara Harris as assistant vice president, business banking.

Carson Conversation: Mark Twain legacy imprinted upon Carson City (Voices)

Mark Twain is one of the most beloved of all writers in the world. What was it about this man that his legacy remains so strong that 112 years after his death everyone still knows the name?

Carson City-based Mission Senior Living acquires New Mexico property

Carson City-based Mission Senior Living has acquired Wheatfields Estates Senior Living and Memory Care in Clovis, New Mexico

Monday, May 9

NCET Biz Tips: Quick and crappy for increased profit

Bad is good. If it looks good, it’s a horrible prototype. Prototypes are preliminary models that exist to generate feedback. But polished prototypes will generate comments like “I like it” and "I’d buy it,” rather than informing you of what people are really thinking.

People: Tiffany Banks to speak at leadership symposium

Tiffany Banks has been selected as the opening speaker for the Association for Corporate Counsel Foundation’s Global Women in Law and Leadership Symposium in June.

People: Rebecca Berger & Michael Ganschow-Green join BPL Supplies

BPL Supplies welcomes Rebecca Berger as customer service manager and Michael Ganschow-Green as art and systems director.

Colliers facilitates shopping center sale in Sparks

Colliers Institutional Capital Markets team recently brokered the sale of Ironhorse Shopping Center in Sparks.

Spa Atlantis honored by Forbes Travel Guide

Spa Atlantis has earned the highly coveted Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award.

Friday, May 6

Mayors: Cities working together to address common development plight

“The pie’s not getting any bigger at any local level. ... The tax structure does need to be fixed. I’m hopeful the Legislature will take that difficult decision on.”

Nevada child care providers to get $30 million in grants

The Legislative Interim Finance Committee on Thursday approved a $30 million grant program to help child care providers.

People: Allie Berryhill, Judy Harris, Jason Campbell, Samantha Oland join Chase International

Chase International recently welcomed four more realtors to its luxury real estate firm. Allie Berryhill, Judy Harris, and Jason Campbell joined the team in Reno. Samantha Oland now represents her clients through Chase International’s Carson Valley office in Minden.

People: Abigail Miller, Meghan Rodick, Kellie Mendez join Argentum Partners

Argentum Partners recently added public relations professionals Abigail Miller, Meghan Rodick, and Kellie Mendez to the firm’s award-winning team.

Thursday, May 5

Authority announces redevelopment plans to modernize Reno-Tahoe International Airport

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority recently announced a multi-year development plan to upgrade and modernize key aspects of the airport to meet growing demand. The multi-year plan includes expansion of the ticketing hall that’s expected to begin this year, followed by large-scale changes to rental car operations in 2023, and capped off by redevelopment of the airport’s concourses in 2024.

People: Tayona Tate & Andy Marino found Compass Reno

Tayona Tate and Andy Marino have been named founding members of Compass Reno.

People: Michael Lindsey joins KPS3

KPS3 has hired Michael Lindsey as art director. Lindsey will collaborate on creative deliverables and develop campaigns and brand projects. Prior to KPS3, Lindsey was a senior creative a Foundry, where he contributed his creative thinking to a wide array of industries including retail, housing, technology health care, legal, entertainment and gaming.

People: Tina Norris joins Sierra Nevada Properties

Sierra Nevada Properties has announced Tina Norris as their newest real estate agent. Norris joins the team with 16 years of real estate experience, having received both her broker salesperson license and property management permit.

Wednesday, May 4

New hospital part of years-long expansion plan

The 300,000-square-foot Sierra Medical Center at Innovation Drive and Longley Lane in Reno is the crown jewel of those expansion efforts.

For National Small Business Week, IRS: highlights 2022 tax benefits

The Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday urged business taxpayers to begin planning now to take advantage of the enhanced 100% deduction for business meals and other tax benefits available to them when they file their 2022 federal income tax return.

Sisolak creates workforce development panel

The core of the group is six members of his existing cabinet.

People: Liz Seang joins KPS3

KPS3 announces Liz Seang as search and digital media specialist.

People: Andrew J. Ryback to serve on Independent Community Bankers of America's legislative issues committee

The Independent Community Bankers of America announced Andrew J. Ryback was elected to serve on ICBA’s legislative issues committee.

Tuesday, May 3

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Reno’s Spaghetti Bowl work set to switch in May

Motorists headed south on I-580 have been using the northbound lanes since February 2021.

People: Rebecca Rothstein makes 2022 Forbes “Best in-State Women Wealth Advisors” and “America’s Top Women Wealth Advisors” lists

Merrill Private Wealth Management recently named Rebecca Rothstein to the 2022 Forbes “Best in-State Women Wealth Advisors” and “America’s Top Women Wealth Advisors” lists.

People: Paul Sandoval joins Sierra Nevada Properties

Sierra Nevada Properties has announced Paul Sandoval as their newest real estate agent. Previously, Sandoval worked as an operation program manager for a technology vendor. As a native of Bolivia, Sandoval received a 2-year degree from the University de San Andres, before earning his real estate license from Northern Nevada Real Estate School.

Energy transmission projects in West inch closer to approval

Feds finish review of transmission line that will carry wind-generated electricity from rural New Mexico; reviews are planned for projects in Nevada and Utah

Wilbur May Foundation donates to Reno children’s hospital fund

The Wilbur May Foundation recently announced a $5 million gift to Renown Health Foundation.

Monday, May 2

Derby Dam fish screen changes Truckee River future

A fish screen completed last year by Granite Construction allowed the first fish to bypass the Derby Dam in more than a century.

NCET Biz Tips: Residential construction automation reaches new heights

Construction is one of the largest industries in the world, with a global market value of $10 trillion and a U.S. market of $1.3 trillion. Construction impacts every person on the planet, yet productivity has not appreciably improved in decades. A McKinsey Global Institute report points to a $1.6 trillion market opportunity for additional productivity if the industry could catch up to the overall economy.

People: Julie Ardito named vice president of public relations at KPS3

KPS3 has named veteran communications professional Julie Ardito as vice president, public relations, bringing three decades of strategic marketing expertise to the agency.

People: Solin Sandoval & Jake Heckman join BPL Supplies

BPL Supplies has announced two industry veterans as part of their skilled team, Solin Sandoval and Jake Heckman.

Nevada gaming win tops $1 billion for 13 straight months

Total win for the month was $1.355 billion. That is a 26.8 percent increase compared to March 2021 and the second highest monthly win of all time.

Design on Edge recognized as NCET’s creative organization of the year

Design on Edge was recognized for its creative contributions to the community during this year’s NCET and EDAWN annual award show.