Ernest (Ernie) J. Primm is often credited for pioneering the start of Reno’s gaming industry in the 1950s and 1960s.
Plumas Bancorp announced record quarterly earnings during the first quarter 2021 of $4.4 million, or $0.86 per share, an increase from $3.3 million during Q1 in 2020.
The acquisition, first announced last September, gives Reno-based Caesars Entertainment ownership of one of the world’s leading betting and gambling companies.
The newest building at the Damonte Ranch Town Center will add 13,200 square feet of retail space. It's located next to the center's new Safeway grocery store, which is slated to open this month.
The programs are being implemented by 36 participating FHLBank San Francisco member financial institutions, including Greater Nevada Credit Union and WestStar Credit Union in Nevada.
About 87% of Northern Nevada luxury sales in 2020 took place in neighborhoods southwest of Reno or in Incline Village.
Initial one-way rates start at $99 for JSX service from Reno to Las Vegas and Oakland, beginning May 21.
Reno's 4.6% jobless rate in March was a slight improvement from February's mark of 4.8% — and when looking year over year, nearly a full percentage point better than March 2020's rate of 5.5%.
The deadline for Nevada essential workers to apply for the $3,000 scholarships is June 30.
“It’s an honor to be recognized again as a US Best Managed Company,” said Eren Ozmen, SNC president and co-owner.
Per the program, $100 of revenue from every mortgage or refinance funded through Greater Nevada Mortgage is donated to the nonprofit Eddy House this year.
The business founded by Erin Snell, LCSW, MBA, offers outpatient services for mental health and suicide prevention, peer support groups and suicide attempt survivor group programs.
While March's 8.1% rate is an improvement from February’s mark of 8.4%, the state is still up 1.7 percentage points when compared to March 2020, when there were 134,800 additional jobs filled.
“The pandemic magnified the need for short-term, stackable training programs that connect Nevadans to living-wage jobs with career advancement opportunities,” TMCC President Karin Hilgersom said.