CARSON CITY, Nev. — Senate Minority Leader James Settelmeyer, R-Gardnerville, said Thursday if Democrats try to extend the Modified Business Tax sunset and other taxes using a simple majority vote, the issue will end up...
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has joined the ranks of celebrity homeowners at Lake Tahoe. The 35-year-old purchased two of the West Shore’s most iconic properties during the past several months, as...
Finding employees to stay year round is often a challenge for businesses in the North Lake Tahoe area, and an issue that the Truckee Chamber of Commerce has set out to tackle this year.
Clarity can swing dramatically from day to day and year to year based on a multitude of factors including heavy precipitation, which increases streamflow and leads to more sediment flowing into the lake.
Aided by state tax incentives, SoCal-based Berkley International latest company to hop on Reno-Sparks relocation bandwagon
RENO, Nev. — When Jeff Berkley, founder of custom molded fiber packaging company Berkley International, was hunting for a new location to expand manufacturing operations, he knew he needed to stay in the western region...
The center will be located at 6565 Nascar Street on a 14-acre site and will be called "LogistiCenter at Speedway." It is estimated that construction will be completed by first quarter of 2020.
The largest of the bills is $130 million in SB532 Medicaid needs to cover costs in the current fiscal biennium. More than $115 million of that is federal money. Just more than $15 million comes from the General Fund.
RENO, Nev. — Panattoni Development Company, in addition to RHP Mechanical Systems, announced May 21 their contribution of a hydration station to the North Valleys Library. The newly installed hydration station is a combination filtered...
RENO, Nev. — The NV Energy and the NV Energy Foundation announced May 22 it has awarded 32 current high school seniors in Northern Nevada with the Powerful Partnership Scholarship and 13 scholarships for current...
The new agency would take over regulatory issues ranging from licensing to operation of dispensaries, growers, production of cannabis products and testing. The actual tax collections from medical and retail cannabis products would remain the responsibility of the Department of Taxation.
The state’s unemployment rate in April declined over the month by 0.2 percentage points to 4 percent and is down half a percentage point when compared to last April, according to the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR).
Geologists at the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology at the University of Nevada, Reno, used a number of other surface and subsurface clues in their methodology developed as part of their Department of Energy funded Play Fairway project that has been underway since 2014.
The subcommittee of Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means agreed to project 10 percent inflation in Southern Nevada and 7 percent for the rest of the state. They also directed the agency to develop a better method of predicting inflation that must be built into the cost of new and remodeled buildings.
Reading this book is like giving yourself permission to goof off, knowing why doing so is beneficial, and knowing that it’ll make you feel oh-so-much better when you finally do buckle down.
The award was presented by Honor Settelmeyer Jones, a Carson Valley native whose family first came to the area during the 1880s.
Kris Sanchez, the International Director at GOED, was named Interim Executive Director in April after former Director Paul Anderson resigned.
The two-day conference’s mission was to increase early-stage investment in the local economy while celebrating the successes seen in the region over the past few years.
A joint session of the Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means committees on Thursday, May 16, approved total K-12 education funding of just more than $8 billion for the coming two-year budget cycle. That’s a $741.8 million increase over the current K-12 budget.
The new agency would cost a minimum of $4 million to operate. The proposal would require two new unclassified positions and six classified positions, five board members and eight advisory board members.
“With these new laws, we’ve just made healthcare more affordable and accessible in Nevada,” the governor told some 50 advocates and provider representatives in the Old Assembly Chambers of the Capitol.