Nonprofit Spotlight: Dixie Fire Fund at the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada (sponsored)

When the Dixie Fire devastated five counties across Northeastern California, many of Plumas Bank’s clients, team members and branch locations were caught in the fire’s path.

Reno Rebuild Project kicks off 2022 with $28,000 loan

The loan will go to Sierra Mobile Storage, owned by Luke and Staci Stevenson, which offers storage solutions across greater Reno-Tahoe.

Nevada housing prices set records in 2021, slight market cooldown expected

Spurred by supply chain constraints, historically low interest rates, housing inventory shortages and migration changes influenced by the pandemic, Nevada's housing prices skyrocketed to record highs in 2021.

Carson Conversation: Ongoing COVID makes setting goals a challenge (Voices)

"The tried-and-true tradition of compiling New Year’s Resolutions or even setting business goals has become rather challenging in this very uncertain world dictated by the latest COVID variant."

Tahoe Biltmore demolition, redevelopment work to begin in March

Developer: Property to undergo full rebrand; project completion eyed for 2025

The Tahoe Biltmore will remain open through February until phased demolition work begins. The developer, EKN Development Group, is planning a full rebrand, with "Tahoe Luxury Resort and Residences" currently as the working title.

Amazon, Walmart again top list of employees on Nevada Medicaid

Amazon employs more than 22,000 workers in Nevada, while Walmart employs about 15,470 people in the Silver State.

Nevada winemaker hopes for business growth in 2022

Walker River Estates vintner Greg Ross wants to prove that you can grow something in Douglas County besides alfalfa.

‘Cautioned optimism:’ Historic snow, COVID surge impact Tahoe's lodging industry

Andy Chapman of the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau believes the area’s hotels and lodges are better prepared than the past two winters.

State Infrastructure Bank’s priorities include housing, charter schools

The proposed allocations include up to $20 million for an affordable housing investment fund; projects would be required to use apprentices enrolled in state-registered apprenticeship programs for at least 10 percent of construction hours.

Real estate and the new year in Northern Nevada (Voices)

"The real estate industry in Northern Nevada had an exceptional year in 2021, but it presented a year of frustration to buyers and sellers."

How a mega gold-mining merger tightened a company’s hold on Northern Nevada

Before Barrick and Newmont merged, workers at all levels of the Nevada gold-mining industry would shift between two major companies. Now, since the creation of Nevada Gold Mines, that choice is gone, and many current and former employees claim the workplace culture has changed for the worse.

Child care a critical issue in getting Northern Nevada parents back to work

“The need for qualified staff and increased wages in addition to these other cost increases is pushing the industry to its breaking point.”

Past Pages, Jan. 2, 2012: Northern Nevada executives share lessons of the recession

From the archives: “One of the worst things that could happen is that we’d let a perfectly good recession go to waste and wouldn’t learn anything that we could apply in future years."

NNBW 2021 Best In Business contest winners announced

The Northern Nevada Business Weekly is pleased today to announce the winners of our 2021 Best In Business contest.

New for 2022: New year brings 55 new laws to Nevada

A total of 55 new laws took effect Jan. 1 in Nevada, impacting everything from business operations to healthcare to elections and beyond.