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Nevada casinos’ win again tops $1 billion

Gaming win again passed $1 billion in May as casino licensees reported collecting a total of $1.3 billion.

$3.7 million awarded for projects in Carson City, rurals

Gov. Steve Sisolak says Carson City and nine rural communities will receive a total of $3.7 million in grants.

Kelly Bullis: Taxes and Independence Day (Voices)

What comes to your mind when you think of Independence Day 1776 and taxes?

Ending the headaches for the traveling workforce

Reno-based Workbnb planning a beta launch

Seth Alexander, area manager for Ames Construction, used to struggle to find workforce housing for his out-of-town traveling employees — at one point, Alexander was juggling the logistics of a dozen different apartments.

Nevada Supreme Court: Senior water rights holders must join in drought pain

Opponents, including three members of the high court, say the ruling effectively punches a hole in 155 years of Nevada water law.

US economy slipped 1.6% to start year; return to growth eyed

The U.S. economy shrank at a 1.6% annual pace in the first three months of the year, the government reported Wednesday in a slight downgrade from its previous estimate for January-March quarter.

Weather, supply issues delay Stateline Events Center opening

Delays push opening of Stateline events center to second quarter of 2023

Nevada minimum wage to increase July 1

The 75-cent annual increases were ordered by the 2019 Nevada Legislature to incrementally raise what hourly workers receive in pay.

Past Pages for July 2, 2012: More data centers likely to follow Apple

More major data centers are on the horizon for the Reno- Sparks area, and the next announcement to follow last week’s news from Apple is expected soon.

WNC student goes from prison to business ownership

Adam Temple is a dual graduate of WNC, having earned his associate degree and completed the college’s Commercial Driver Training program.

NDOT says cement change will cut carbon emissions

A spokesman said the change to Portland Limestone Cement will cut emissions by 4,000 tons a year.

NCET Biz Tips: How to close a small business in Nevada – Part 2

In the second part of How to Close a Small Business in Nevada series, we take a look at the specific steps to take, and the order in which to take them.

Mountain Mike’s Pizza opens second Reno location

Mountain Mike’s Pizza, a California-based family-style pizza chain for more than 40 years, has opened its second Reno location.

Northwestern Mutual opens new Reno office

Northwestern Mutual, a financial security company focused on wholistic financial planning through both insurance and investments, has opened a new office within the greater Reno area in Washoe County.

Lawmakers discuss how best to pay college athletes

The committee called on Congress to develop a national policy on how the so-called Name, Image and Likeness system would work.

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