Stories for November 2022

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Wednesday, November 30

Expanding the Porsche brand in Northern Nevada

Challenges in procuring essential building materials such as structural steel, roofing, electrical equipment and even high-speed roll-up doors for service bays has delayed the opening of Bill Pearce Motors new Porsche dealership on South Virginia Street.

2 Fed officials favor keeping key rate at peak through 2023

Two Federal Reserve officials said Monday that they favor raising the Fed's key rate to roughly 5% or more and keeping it at its peak through next year _ longer than many on Wall Street have expected.

Biden calls on Congress to head off potential rail strike

President Joe Biden on Monday asked Congress to intervene and block a railroad strike before next month's deadline in the stalled contract talks, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said lawmakers would take up legislation this week to impose the deal that unions agreed to in September.

Tuesday, November 29

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Macao awards casino licenses to MGM, Sands, Wynn, 3 others

Macao has tentatively renewed the casino licenses of MGM Resorts, Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts and three Chinese rivals after they promised to help diversify its economy by investing in non-gambling attractions, the government said Saturday.

‘Cultivate creativity and intoxicate your audience’

Wave your magic wand. Abracadabra, that's how you wish you could bring in customers. You'd transport them to your business, fistfuls of cash in hand, and they'd be spellbound by your product forever. It'd be transformational. It'd be amazing to everyone who sees it. But hocus pocus, alakazam, in the new book “Brand Mysticism” by Steven Grasse and Aaron Goldfarb, the enchantment must come from you.

People: Ted Williams named manager and funeral director at Walton’s Funerals and Cremations O’Brien-Rogers & Crosby branch

Walton’s Funerals and Cremations is pleased to announce that Ted Williams has been named manager and funeral director of the O’Brien-Rogers & Crosby branch.

Monday, November 28

NCET Biz Tips: A legislative preview: Health care, employment and beyond

A majority of the legislation that affects your business’ day-to-day operations probably comes from one place. Chances are it is not coming from city hall, and it is probably not coming from Washington, D.C.

People: Dolores Ward Cox named executive director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Nevada, Reno

Dolores Ward Cox, M.S., has been named the new executive director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Friday, November 25

Zero emission plan ‘important step’ for Carson public transit

Transportation officials are eyeing a zero-emission electrified future, at least for public transit.

Hallelujah Toffee owner Sierra Nevada Republican Women entrepreneur of the year

Sierra Nevada Republican Women honored Hallelujah Toffee owner Jeannie Burns

Lake Tahoe brothers find success telling dad jokes

The Lisle brothers started Dock Toc seven years ago.

Lyon County begins exploring lands bill process, reviews mapping

The Lyon County Commission is exploring acquiring federal and state lands.

Thursday, November 24

Buzz Harris: Buyers and sellers have many considerations of one another (voices)

Recently, I wrote about how business brokers can help buyers successfully purchase an existing business. Today, I’ll explain the benefits to an owner of having an experienced broker help them sell their business. One of the big advantages that a competent broker can help a seller with is opening up their business to numerous “qualified” buyers through aggressive marketing. Just like most people do not want to limit the sale of their house or car to one buyer, business owners should not restrict their pool of buyers either.

Unusual court bid in fight over Churchill County toad

Power plant is asking to scale back by 80% the original plan approved last November.

Former Carson City supervisor Brad Bonkowski dies

“To die will be an awfully big adventure.” (Peter Pan) And so begins an obituary for a human whose true value will only be known by those who knew him.

Wednesday, November 23

Miles Construction stumbles into indoor farming

A new business segment that could account for as much as 30 percent of Miles Construction’s annual revenue came about entirely by happenstance. Cary Richardson, president of Miles Construction, told NNBW last week that the company’s work constructing large cultivation facilities for the cannabis industry provided a foundation for ongoing work in the indoor farming industry. Building horizontal and vertical greenhouses adds a crucial source of revenue for Miles Construction that could act as a buffer against cyclical slowdowns in the construction industry, Richardson said.

nZero named to TIME’s list of Best Inventions of 2022

Local start-up nZero was just named as one of TIME’s Best Inventions of 2022.

Saint Mary’s recognized for multiple clinical specialties

Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, a member of Prime Healthcare, recently received numerous clinical Specialty Excellence AwardsTM from Healthgrades, the leading marketplace connecting doctors and patients. In addition to the more than one dozen Specialty Excellence AwardsTM, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center was announced as one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for both Spine and Prostate Surgery, becoming the only hospital in Nevada to receive the honor. This achievement reflects the hospital’s outstanding clinical performance in these areas and puts Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center in the top 5% of hospitals nationwide for outcomes in spinal or prostate cases.

Tuesday, November 22

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October home sales slow in Reno/Sparks

The Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors released its October 2022 report on existing home sales in Reno/Sparks and Fernley, including median sales price and the number of home sales in the region. RSAR obtains its information from the Northern Nevada Regional Multiple Listing Service.

Gibson resigns as chair of gaming control

Brin Gibson has resigned as chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Reno battery recycling company awarded $10 million federal grant

American Battery Technology Co., has been awarded a $9.99 million federal grant from the Department of Energy.

Mining company starts scholarship at Western Nevada College

$3,500 yearly scholarship for students who focus on mining-related interests.

Monday, November 21

Anaconda Copper Mine cleanup meeting set for Dec. 15

The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 15 at the City of Yerington Public Works Building.

NCET Biz Tips: Elections 2022: Bye, bye red wave — hello Purple Rain

After all the TV ads. And the mailers. And the millions of dollars spent over the last two years. And the predictions that a “red wave” was going to wash over the country and splash right into Carson City.

People: Amy Santistevan joins Barnard Vogler & Co

Barnard Vogler & Co. has announced Amy Santistevan has joined the firm as a staff accountant.

Friday, November 18

Montane Building Group completes church site improvements

Montane Building Group has announced they have completed site improvements for Hope Community Church at 755 Trademark Drive in Reno.

Stewart Title relocates Reno branch to Mayberry Gardens

One of Stewart Title’s Reno offices has moved from South Kietzke to Northwest Reno.

People: Alex Hilgenberg joins Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield announced that Alex Hilgenberg has joined the firm as a director with its retail services in Reno.

People: Samantha Hull joins Sierra Nevada Properties

Sierra Nevada Properties has announced Samantha Hull has joined the team as an agent.

People: Lily Hahn awarded the Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Atmospheric Sciences

DRI is pleased to announce the 24th annual Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Atmospheric Sciences has been awarded to Lily Hahn at the University of Washington, Seattle during an award ceremony at the DRI campus in Reno on Nov. 2.

Thursday, November 17

Renown expands South Meadows facility

South Reno’s rapidly growing population is the impetus behind a new medical facility being built at Renown South Meadows Medical Center.

Montane Building Group completes construction of Sports Clips

Montane Building Group has announced they have completed construction of a Sports Clips at McQueen Crossing, located at 1650 Robb Dr., Ste. B5 in Reno.

People: Tiffany Banks honored by the National Association of REALTORS

Tiffany Banks, general counsel of Nevada Realtors is being honored by the National Association of REALTORS with the Realtor association Certified Executive designation, which recognizes exceptional efforts made by Realtor association executives.

People: Nick Knecht obtains Certified Commercial Investment Member designation

Dickson Commercial Group congratulates Nick Knecht, senior advisor, industrial, for obtaining his Certified Commercial Investment Member designation.

Wednesday, November 16

Spanish Springs Business Center slated for 195,000-foot addition

DCG announced the development of 420 Ingenuity Avenue by Panattoni Development Company, a 195,000-plus square foot Class A industrial building in Northern Nevada’s Spanish Springs Business Center, according to a news release. Delivery is planned for Q4 2023.

Peek Family Charitable Foundation established in Reno

The Peek Family Charitable Foundation was established in December 2021.

Harris brothers open Street CRE in Reno

Street CRE is a full-service brokerage providing professional advisory across all segments of the commercial real estate market in Nevada.

People: Kylie Rowe joins Lyon Living team and the Reno Experience District

Reno native Kylie Rowe has joined the Lyon Living team and the Reno Experience District as chief experience officer, adding a vast array of experience in leadership, business development and marketing communications to the project.

Tuesday, November 15

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Monday, November 14

NCET Biz Tips: Your survival guide to open enrollment season

The fourth quarter is one of the busiest times of the year in so many ways. Not only is it open enrollment for the individual market and Medicare, but it is also open enrollment for many employers and their own company benefit offerings.

People: Katrina Hodgden named human resources specialist at Walton’s Funerals & Cremations

Walton’s Funerals & Cremations is pleased to announce Katrina Hodgden has been named human resources specialist.

Friday, November 11

NAIOP Northern Nevada named small chapter winner

NAIOP Northern Nevada is pleased to announce the chapter was awarded for their legislative/government affairs program at the 2022 NAIOP Chapter Merit Awards.

Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter honors new designees

The Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter has recognized four individuals who recently earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation.

Holley Driggs partners with Hoffman & Test law firm

Holley Driggs, Ltd. Is pleased to announce the association of Hoffman & Test law firm with its Reno office located at 800 S. Meadows Pkwy, Ste. 800.

People: Chase International recently welcomed six new Realtors to its Northern California and Nevada offices

Chase International recently welcomed six new Realtors to its Northern California and Nevada offices

Thursday, November 10

New industrial site going up next to Reno airport

The former subdivision has been vacant since the 1980s.

People: Kevin Sunde named Reno Ice general manager

Reno Ice is pleased to announce that Kevin Sunde has been named general manager. Sunde joins having most recently worked as a math teacher at North Valleys High School in Reno. Prior to teaching, he was employed as a hockey coach at Adrian College.

Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys open new law office location

Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys announces the opening of a new law office in Northern Nevada at 200 S. Virginia St., Ste. 240 in Reno.

People: Cindy Vela named vice president of digital services and development at One Nevada Credit Union

One Nevada Credit Union has promoted Cindy Vela to vice president of digital services and development.

Wednesday, November 9

PBS Reno receives 2022 EDAWN existing industry award

PBS Reno is thrilled to receive the 2022 Existing Industry Community Partner Award from the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada.

People: Monica Teves promoted to emergency medical services manager at REMSA Health

REMSA Health has announced the promotion of Monica Teves to the position of emergency medical services manager.

People: Lindsay Myers named Elko branch leader for CENTURY 21 Americana

CENTURY 21 Americana has named Lindsey Myers branch leader at the firm’s Elko location. Myers entered the real estate industry in 2019 after relocated to the Elko area and recognizing her passion for helping others.

Tuesday, November 8

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Local housing expert to host real estate investing event for women

Mortgage Advisor Shivani Peterson is hosting, “The Future is Female,” an event designed to help women build wealth through real estate investing. Hear from a panel of all female investors who successfully dove into the passive income world. With full transparency, they’ll share how they get started, what they’ve learned along the way and their biggest advice for investing in uncertain times.

People: Reka Danko

Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center has announced Reka Danko as its new chief medical officer. Danko earned her medical degree at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine in 2008, where she also completed her residency in internal medicine in 2011.

Lilac Solutions selected for $50 million grant award

Lilac Solutions, a lithium extraction technology company in Fernley announced on Oct. 19 they were selected to negotiate a $50 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains and Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to advance domestic lithium production.

People: Joy Foremaster featured in Women in STEM initiative

Joy Foremaster, PBS Reno director of education, is the October feature from Women in STEM, the monthly online initiative led by U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen of Nevada.

Monday, November 7

NCET Biz Tips: Video marketing and your business

Every business has a story to tell, but how are you telling that story? If you’re like thousands of business owners, the typical website “go-to” is a lengthy bio in the “About us” or “What we do” sections of your page along with scattered graphics and photos. Simply put, that’s not good enough. Headshots, how many kids you have, and where you went to college just isn’t compelling. In most cases, it doesn’t even grab attention past the second paragraph. It’s no secret attention spans are shrinking, especially when it comes to reading. Don’t tell them what you do ... Show them! To truly tell your story, you need video.

Better Business Bureau partners with Amazon

The Better Business Bureau is partnering with Amazon to drive an educational campaign aimed at helping consumers spot impersonation scams during the upcoming holiday season.

People: Colton Marlow named agent at Sierra Nevada Properties

Sierra Nevada Properties has announced that Colton Marlow has joined the team as an agent. After more than 10 years of service in the Army, Marlow joins Sierra Nevada Properties and will be working out of the Reno office.

People: Katey Lundy joins PBS Reno

PBS Reno has expanded its team with the hire of Katey Lundy. Lundy will serve as the station’s educator manager II and will enhance the station’s reach into local classrooms in northern and central Nevada.

Thursday, November 3

Greater Nevada Credit Union expands banking support for cannabis-related businesses

When Chief Martin Brody, Roy Scheider’s character in the 1975 movie Jaws, first lays eyes on the massive shark while spreading chum at sea, he utters one of cinema’s most enduring and iconic lines: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” It’s kind of the same for banking executives at Greater Nevada Credit Union after expanding a 2020 pilot program that provided banking services to cannabis-related businesses in the Silver State. After taking more than 40 clients since the program's inception, GNCU realized it needed to invest in larger counting machines to handle the heavy volume of cash generated from its CRB customers.

Minden named top location for esports software

A report was recently released by The Boyd Company providing a list of the top 25 places in the United States and Canada for the esports software industry.

Alston Construction completes tenant improvements

Alston Construction has announced they have completed tenant improvements on an existing facility warehouse rented by Redwood Materials, Inc.

Montane Building Group begins construction on Conco Building D

Montane Building Group has announced they have begun ground-up construction on Conco Building D. Located at 2625 USA Parkway in Sparks, the new concrete tilt industrial building will total 466,000 square feet. Owned and developed by Gonsalves & Santucci, Inc., the project is scheduled to be completed by June 2023.

Wednesday, November 2

Reno builder moves quickly on Carson eateries

New restaurants popping up in Carson City are complex structures that take a specialized understanding to build.

Johnson Lane in the All About Dance spotlight

All About Dance opened its second location in the former Studio E- a dance and Aerial Arts studio and JLane Family dance and fitness location Oct. 3.

People: Brian Holt joins Tri Counties Bank

Brian A. Holt, MBA has joined Tri Counties Bank. Holt is the vice president of commercial lending RM for Nevada and California markets out of the Sparks office. He started in September.

Tuesday, November 1

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NCET Biz Tips: What’s coming in digital marketing?

"Revolutionary" is a word that is wildly overused in the world of technology. Truly revolutionary changes are few and far between.

Artown launches initiative at Pioneer Center

Northern Nevada non-profit arts organization Artown has launched a new initiative that will create greater arts access to its live event programming.

People: Mark Salinas joins Art Views at PBS Reno

PBS Reno is thrilled to welcome Mark Salinas to its team of columnists for Art Views, the weekly online publication exclusive that aims to inform the community of important arts-related events and of important local figures who make the region’s arts and culture scene diverse.