The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public input on its Preliminary Environmental Assessment for the Washoe County School District’s plans to put a middle school in Sun Valley. A copy of the assessment […]
The Brenda Fire in Washoe Valley grew up to 1,200 acres and threatened hundreds homes, but as of Friday evening, no structures had been damaged. View a photo gallery below of aerial firefighting efforts.
The Washoe County Board of Commissioners approved today more than $1 million out of the county’s general fund to cover flood-related expenses in the wake of the past winter’s flooding in the North Valleys. The […]
By Carla O’Day The Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) board approved an agreement Wednesday to support Reno’s involvement in the nationwide City Energy Project by providing $20,000. TMWA will be a “visionary level” sponsor, […]
By Carla O’Day Locally grown plants will be available for purchase at an area school starting this weekend, followed by a plant sale at an arboretum two weekends later. The Academy for Arts, Careers and […]
By Carla O’Day The Truckee Meadows Water Authority board voted Wednesday to move forward with an agreement to allow an industrial facility in Storey County to use effluent from a reclamation plant, which utility officials […]
Paul Thomsen has resigned as a commissioner of the Nevada Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Governor Brian Sandoval’s communications director Mari St. Martin confirmed today his resignation, but a reason was not given by the time […]
City of Reno staff received yesterday marching orders by the City Council to proceed with negotiating a deal to pipe 4,000 acre-feet of treated effluent each year from the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility to […]