The Nevada Board of Regents today named Thom Reilly of Arizona as the new chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). The selection comes after a tumultuous search during which all candidates dropped […]
Reno arts nonprofits, and art audiences, spend a lot of money. That’s according to a national arts advocacy and research organization that just completed a study on the economic impact of the arts. Arts organizations […]
The Nevada Commission on Ethics found that the City of Reno’s Sustainability Manager, Lynn Barker, did not violate state ethics in a recent complaint filed with the Commission. Barker initiated an “unannounced inspection” early this […]
The Reno Rodeo Parade came through Midtown this morning from 10 a.m. to 11:30. The event celebrates the annual rodeo happening through Wednesday at the Reno Livestock Events Center. Check out a photo gallery below.
The Nevada Board of Regents have selected Thom Reilly of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University to be considered for Nevada’s next higher education chancellor. The announcement comes after an “embarrassing” […]
Numerous residents spoke out today against the relocation of a marijuana dispensary from Incline Village to Spanish Springs. But Washoe County commissioners approved the relocation, which paves the way for a new medical cannabis dispensary […]
The University of Nevada, Reno’s (UNR) land grant status nearly took a major hit this past legislative session. Efforts out of southern Nevada tried to grant the same designation to the Desert Research Institute and […]