Standing Against Hate

Standing Against Hate

-Barrick helps ADL combat hate in all its forms   By Jolie Brislin, Anti-Defamation League Nevada Regional Director Hate is on the rise. We saw it most recently in New Zealand and Pittsburgh, but it is happening in our own backyard in Nevada, specifically in our schools. In the 2017-2018 school year, the Clark County…

How to Foster a Culture of Safety in Nevada Businesses 1

How to Foster a Culture of Safety in Nevada Businesses

 By Raul Chacon Nevada businesses reported approximately 34,000 nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.[1] This equates to an incident rate of 3.7 cases per 100 full-time workers was significantly higher than the national average. The report also found more than half the Nevada incidents were serious…

Reno Housing Market

Reno’s Housing Future Hangs in the Balance

Directly southwest of Reno lies a cautionary tale for Northern Nevada. California is in the throes of a deep, and seemingly unsolvable, housing crisis. Home prices have skyrocketed so far out of reach of the middle class that 138,000 people fled the state in between July 2016 and July 2017, according to U.S. Census Bureau…

How To Protect Your Woman Owned Business

6 Essential Steps To Protect Your Woman Owned Business

 By Gloria M. Petroni, special to bizNEVADA As the pool of woman business owners continues to grow, so do the complexities of our environments. Social changes, intricacies in tax law and constant introduction of new technology are just some factors changing the way businesses operate from their leaders to their front lines. As more females…

Protecting Your Business in the New Year

Protecting Your Business in the New Year

By Raul Chacon, Special to bizNEVADA While businesses across the state are setting sales goals and implementing plans for 2019, many are overlooking a critical component to success in the New Year: their workers’ compensation insurance coverage. Workplace injuries and illnesses affect approximately 2.8 million workers per year.[1] Businesses often experience lower productivity, higher out-of-pocket…

PRESS RELEASE

Reno Police Department Launches New Public Records Portal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Matthew B. Brown, Communications Program Manager brownm@reno.gov | Media Number: 775-430-5005 Reno Police Department launches new public records portal Reno, Nevada (April 13, 2018) — The Reno Police Department (RPD) Records division has launched a new Public Records Request portal using GovQA, which has been utilized by the City of Reno for release of records since…

Carson’s Got Talent

Celebrity Judges Announced for Carson’s Got Talent

For immediate release: April 9, 2018 Celebrity judges announced for Carson’s Got Talent Regional talent show benefits Meals on Wheels Carson City CARSON CITY, Nev. – Carson’s Got Talent, an evening extravaganza of regional talent at the Bob Boldrick Theater, April 14 at 6:30 p.m., announced its panel of celebrity judges this week. A combination of regional…

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Rotary Club of Reno Biggest Little Bulb Project Blooms

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Debe Fennell (775) 762-0370 Dfennell3316@gmail.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     Rotary Club of Reno Biggest Little Bulb Project Blooms    ​ RENO, NV – Spring has sprung in the Biggest Little City and the Rotary Club of Reno Biggest Little Bulb Project is starting to bloom. The community is invited to the Sculpture…

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Heather “Lucky” Penney to be Keynote Speaker

    FOR IMMEDITATE RELEASE April 2, 2018   Heather “Lucky” Penney to be Keynote Speaker at 2018 Nevada Women’s Fund Women of Achievement Luncheon RENO, Nev. – The Nevada Women’s Fund has named Heather “Lucky” Penney, a woman of aviation, as Keynote Speaker for the 2018 Nevada Women’s Fund Women of Achievement Luncheon. This year’s…