Kaleb Roedel


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Growing community of artists making Northern Nevada their canvas

“On the surface, you can look at a lot of statistics that indicate that when you put public art in a neighborhood, it does increase real estate value ... But I think it’s more important that this art is beneficial to the people that are around it," notes Francine Burge of the City of Sparks.

New SBA loan rules a ‘huge benefit for borrowers’ in Northern Nevada

New rules released by the U.S. Small Business Administration last month allow small business borrowers to refinance existing guaranteed debt on real estate into an SBA 504 loan.

How will Nevada’s new pay equity law impact employers?

Local attorneys Philip Mannelly (McDonald Carano) and Shannon Pierce (Fennemore) weigh in on the newest Nevada law to address wage gaps in the workforce.

Footwear brand BEARPAW plans Fernley expansion; 30-50 jobs planned

Indiana-based EFP Corporation also planning Reno expansion; 60 jobs on tap

In 2022, BEARPAW plans to open a distribution facility in Fernley that would create 30-50 jobs over the first five years.

Multimillion-dollar bicycle, archery projects in works for Reno

The Reno Cyclery project, led by general contractor SR Construction, has a price tag of about $10.2 million.

Reno retailers prep for holidays as supply chain hiccups continue

Mounting challenges — including factory shutdowns, computer chip shortages and clogged ports — are rattling retailers as they prepare for the crucial holiday shopping season, an eight-week window that for many can account for more than half of annual sales.

Northern Nevada tech companies adapt to attract top IT talent

The demand for tech talent and IT services has surged the past two years, accelerated by the pandemic-related push toward ecommerce and the need for tightly secure wireless and remote systems amid the WFH movement. The result? An ultra-competitive job market for tech talent in Northern Nevada and beyond.

Northern Nevada homebuilders unveil completion of STEP2 makeover

The fifth annual BAC2Gether project was celebrated on Sept. 30 with the unveiling of four refurbished cottages at STEP2’s Lighthouse campus, thanks to pro bono work from Ryder Homes, Toll Brothers, Tanamera Construction and Di Loreto Homes, among other companies.

Five years after launch, TMCC logistics program enters important era

Starting with less than 50 students in fall 2016, enrollment in TMCC's logistics management program grew to 140 students by 2018; current enrollment for fall 2021 is 149, says professor Brian Addington.

Rethink the ink: Reno-Carson tattoo removal shops manage growing demand

While the pandemic triggered a boom in people getting tattoos, it also drove many others to get old ink removed. And that can mean big business, considering it can cost up to $3,000 to fully remove a tattoo.

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