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Reno-Sparks median price stays at $530K, inventory improves slightly

While prices were relatively unchanged compared to July, Reno-Sparks' median price of $530,000 in August is up nearly 20% from August 2020’s median of $444,900.

Sisolak plans to reconstitute Nevada mining oversight board

The 10-year-old board hasn't met since in 2015

It is unclear how the still relatively new commission will function and what oversight it will provide an industry that carries significant influence throughout state government.

Six Northern Nevada companies land on 2021 Inc. 5000 list

Among those who made the list this year is American Duchess Company, which saw its revenue grow 356% from 2017 through 2020, says Lauren Stowell, cofounder and CEO.

Past Pages, Sept. 5, 2011: Reno Bighorns buyers focus on building a brand

From the archives: Developing stronger brand recognition to spur local interest is one of the keys toward building the Reno Bighorns into a successful basketball franchise, new owner Herb Santos Jr. says.

Q-and-A with Northern Nevada Development Authority's Phil Cowee

For as long as he can remember, Phil Cowee has been interested in economic development. After all, Cowee’s mentor growing up was his grandfather, Julius Bunkowski, a developer in Lyon County.

UNR tech research aims to assist Nevada’s alfalfa production

Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno are using new technologies to try to equip Nevada alfalfa growers with “smart” irrigation scheduling.

Rising rents, enrollment growth have UNR students facing new kind of housing crunch

With UNR’s on-campus housing prices up almost 27 percent over the last decade and off-campus rent prices at an all-time high, students have to get creative.

Nevada partners with Texas company to connect students with industry pros

Nepris is partnering with the Nevada Department of Education and Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation to provide its career learning platform to all 567 middle and high schools dotting the Silver State.

As jobless benefits stop for close to 150,000 Nevadans, observers fear tough road ahead

“I hope you're gonna see a surge in employment. We have well over 22,000 job openings in Northern Nevada. We have 90,000 job openings in Vegas. So, we have enough jobs to absorb the people that are unemployed," notes Randi Thompson, of the Nevada Federation of Independent Businesses.

Carson Conversation: Crisis management defines a community (Voices)

"Not all counties should be considered equal when it comes to managing a pandemic," says Ronni Hannaman of the Carson City Chamber of Commerce.

As pandemic persists, commercial cleaning industry evolves in Reno

With Delta variant cases continuing to spread across the region, the coronavirus has changed what it means to commercially clean — possibly for good.

Coeur aims to resurrect historic gold mine in rural Northern Nevada

Coeur Mining’s intent is to bring the old Lincoln Hill mine into production in late 2022 or early 2023; the project would allow Coeur to generate high returns, higher margins and strong cash flow.

Washoe County to take over regional homeless services

County will oversee $38 million in upgraded services

Officials with the City of Reno, City of Sparks and Washoe County estimate the transition will ideally finish by July 2022.

Study: ‘Red-hot’ industrial market driving Carson economy

“A red-hot industrial market is an indication of a strong economy in spite of recent economic stresses,” according to the study from NAI Alliance.

Nonprofit Spotlight: Public Relations Society of America’s Ethics Month (sponsored)

Following an ethical path in public relations

To celebrate PRSA’s Ethics Month, Sierra Nevada chapter members April Conway and Ira M. Gostin provide insight about ethics in practical PR situations.