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Northern Nevada Medical Group hires trio of new providers

December 11, 2019

The hires of general cardiologist Waddy O. Gonzalez Diaz, MD, and physician assistants Abigail Osborne, PA-C, and Claire Faust Nichols, PA-C, were announced Dec. 3, a few weeks after NNHS broke ground on the Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center.





CEDA Executive Director Nathan Strong resigns

November 22, 2019

Nathan Strong informed his staff Thursday morning, Nov. 21, of his decision to resign, effective immediately, as leader of the Churchill Economic Development Authority.




Lea Tauchen, Tray Abney new leaders of NAIOP Northern Nevada

November 21, 2019

Lea Tauchen and Tray Abney, principals with the Abney Tauchen Group, recently were selected to serve as Executive Directors for the chapter. The duo replaces Reno resident Randi Reed, who served as executive director from 2015-2019.



UNR President Marc Johnson to step down in June

November 1, 2019

Johnson's final day as president will be June 30, 2020. He will then transition to the department of economics in the College of Business as a professor, according to the university.





Three appointed to Nevada minerals commission

October 16, 2019

The commission is a seven-member body that meets quarterly to make recommendations to the governor and lawmakers on Nevada’s mineral policy and to adopt regulations to carry out the duties and policies of the Division of Minerals.


Q-and-A: Saint Mary’s Health Network CEO Helen Lidholm

October 2, 2019

The Northern Nevada Business View recently sat down with Helen Lidholm for a question and answer session to discuss Saint Mary’s Health Network and the many ways it’s prepared to serve the influx of new residents to Northern Nevada in the upcoming decade, as well as the longtime residents who have deep ties to the revered medical facility located in the heart of downtown Reno.




NNBV takes home 6 Nevada Press Association awards

September 23, 2019

Nevada News Group reporter Kaleb M. Roedel and other Silver State journalists were honored Saturday night at the Nevada Press Association's annual Better Newspaper and Magazine Contest awards banquet in Ely.