As pandemic drags on, Nevada college students feel financial squeeze

The trope of the “broke college student” is not cliche, but rather a genuine struggle for thousands of Nevada students who have increasingly sought help from school-sponsored food pantries to help offset rising rents.

Past Pages, Jan. 16, 2012: ​Economic, employment outlook brightens

From the archives: Employers in Northern Nevada see signs of improvement in 2012, including modest increases in sales, the likelihood of some additional hiring and even the possibility of raises for some employees.

Two years into pandemic, Tahoe real estate market holds strong

Current buyers are in their early '30s to late '40s, working remotely and moving to the Nevada side from California for its tax breaks and lifestyle.

Reno fintech firm Azibo secures $19 million Series A funding round

The funding will enable Azibo, which launched in spring 2020 and moved its headquarters to Reno that fall, to hire additional staff in Reno and San Francisco and accelerate product innovation, said Chris Hsu, CEO and co-founder.

Commerce Matters: Let’s emerge from pandemic with collective resolve (Voices)

"We want what we want when we want it, but we carelessly invoke individual liberties when those working to serve us must abandon them and do what’s right for our collective safety."

Mining Association asks for revisions, name change on new gold and silver tax

The Nevada Mining Association is asking state officials to tweak proposed regulations implementing a new tax on gold and silver mining, including changing the title and ensuring it won’t be applied retroactively.

Reno's travel, tourism industry bounced back big in 2021

Reno-Tahoe International Airport saw 3.6 million passenger visits in 2021, up notably from 2020's total of just 2 million — though still a significant drop from 2019, when the airport served 4.5 million people.

Gravity Haus purchases Cedar House Sport Hotel in Truckee

“In just two years we have grown our membership to more than 2,000 strong as we now expand our community beyond Colorado and into the Truckee-Tahoe region, Reno and the Bay Area,” said Gravity Haus CEO Jim Deters.

Carson Manufacturing keeps the city’s gears turning

Carson Manufacturing’s gearheads are used in robotic arms, medical equipment, conveyor belts, AstroTurf-laying machines, top-secret military equipment and more.

Nevada off track to meet ‘aggressive’ net-zero carbon emission goals

A new report from the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection projects the state is in line to fall about 5.5 percent short of its 2025 emission reduction goal, and 21.1 percent short of the 2030 goal.

Inaugural Hugh Henne Investment Competition winners announced

The competition creates experiential learning opportunities for UNR business students to find out more about the stock market, trading strategies, career prospects and networking with other investment-minded students.

Sparks company expands, rebrands as Pro Group Logistics

Greg Sanguinetti acquired JFC Logistics in December 2018 and has since expanded to operate four warehouse facilities in Sparks that span nearly 300,000 square feet; now, it sports a new name: Pro Group Logistics.

Nevada ranchers hopeful for future beef demand

Nevada ranchers this week said the new COVID variant is expected to affect packing house staffing in the first quarter of the year.

Past Pages, Jan. 9, 2012: Ormat’s retreat – geothermal no slam dunk

From the archives: Ormat Technologies pulled the plug on a power purchase agreement with NV Energy after delays in bringing online the proposed 30-megawatt Carson Lake geothermal plant in Churchill County.

Road to Recovery: Nevada leads in ‘economic momentum’ amid rapid labor turnover

With thousands of workers shifting to new industries, Nevada’s labor market has in recent months seen some of the highest rates of hires and job separations in the country.