According to NVIE, the event has been designed specifically to meet the needs of manufacturing and tech industries in Northern Nevada.
Kingvale Recreational Resort off Interstate 80 in Soda Springs, about eight miles from Donner Summit and 45 minutes or so west of Reno, has been listed for $5,999,000 by California Outdoor Properties.
"Reno is growing and I’m excited to expand the offering and help some of the brides with more specific tastes be themselves on their special day," said Natalie Mills about opening Moonlight Lace.
Allan Swan’s talk will focus on Panasonic Energy and the company's next 100 years, including the disruptive innovations; perpetuation of a unique employee-focused philosophy; and impact the company is having on Northern Nevada.
Holiday Inn Club Vacations Inc. — which earlier this year purchased 1862 David Walley Hot Springs just south of Genoa — announced this week it has acquired The Ridge Resorts at Lake Tahoe.
Event management company ASM Global plans to install the 12 walk-through detectors today at the four Reno venues it manages — Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno Events Center, National Bowling Stadium and Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center.
Donations will benefit abused and neglected infants, children and teens who have been rescued from unsafe homes in 14 Nevada counties. The public is asked to drop off items at any Nevada State Bank branch in Northern Nevada.
PBS Reno, formerly known as KNPB Public Television, has served Northern/Central Nevada and Northeastern California since 1983.
“With the purchase of the building in Fallon, the business is poised to grow even further as we continue to offer the best customer service in the field to our clients," said Kelly Campbell, who launched Buttsup Duck Designs in 2008.
Dynamic Integrity Cleaning Professionals recently bought its own business headquarters at 1875 E. Peckham Lane. Owners Joseph (Joe) Puertos and Lidia (Lili) Puertos had previously operated the two-year-old business from their own home.
According to Teamsters Local 533, drivers at Reno's Bell Limousine lost over $3 an hour in pay, and many were forced to take second jobs to provide for their families, after the company was sold in 2016 to Platinum LV Transportation out of Las Vegas.
The property is owned by Don Lehr and Al Fiegehen, owners of the Ormsby House, and is on the market along with the historic hotel.
Trinity Alarms, Inc., located in Fernley, has been in business for over a decade and was previously owned by Chris and Teresa Murphy. The transaction marks Sparks-based CEI Alarm’s 15th acquisition.
The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino’s Beer & Chili Festival this year raised more than $7,800 for the Reno Rodeo Foundation, Step2 Reno, Dress for Success Northern Nevada and more.
Kat Geiger, LCSW, CEDS –– Thrive Wellness’ founder –– began operations in March at 421 W. Plumb Lane. The business is expanding rapidly and is slated to move into the historic Roy House on Court Street in January 2020.
The goal is to establish an Agriculture Innovation Center with its own board of directors and provide technical assistance to farmers and ranchers on ways to add value and market their agricultural product.
The initiative will bring together other governmental entities, higher education, business leaders and start-up resources to create a resource hub to support innovation and entrepreneurship in rural Nevada.
In all, 44 companies from Reno-Sparks, Fernley and Washoe and Storey counties, as well as a local nonprofit, were recognized as finalists for the awards at the event.
Economist Jeremy Hays testified that Nevada’s UI Trust Fund now has more than $1.84 billion, the highest amount in state history. He said that’s enough to pay more than 17 months of benefits in a normal recession.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The three partners and 13 staff at Wallace Neumann & Verville will move into Eide Bailly’s existing Las Vegas office.