2012 Nevada chapter AGC officers named

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE The Nevada Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America has named its 2012 officers and board of directors. The new officers are as follows: Matt Frazer, President (PAR Electrical Contractors); Scott Hiatt, First Vice President (A&K Earthmovers), Craig Holt, Second Vice President, (Sierra Nevada Construction) and Justin Ivory, Treasurer, (A-1 Steel, […]

The University’s featured events for Monday, March 12 – Friday, March 16

RENO, Nev. – The University of Nevada, Reno is featuring the following events this week: Brian Turner, soldier and poet, opens “Always Lost,” a veteran’s art exhibit – Tuesday, March 13 6 p.m., Wells Fargo Auditorium, Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center Brian Turner reads his award-winning poetry at the opening reception for Always Lost: A Meditation on War. The exhibit […]

The Glenn Group welcomes Brittany Rubenau

Brittany Rubenau

Brittany Rubenau is the newest addition to The Glenn Group as a media coordinator. Rubenau is responsible for media buying at the Nevada-based advertising, interactive and public relations agency. She works with clients such as Renown, The Smith Center, The Mob Museum, Grand Victoria Casino, and Buffalo Thunder Resort. Prior to graduating from the University […]

Apply Now for Range Camp

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Caliente, Nev., March 9 — Applications are now being accepted from high school students to attend the 52nd Nevada Youth Range Camp to be held June 17-23 at the U.S. Forest Service’s Big Creek Campground in central Nevada.  Applications must be submitted by Monday, April 30. Nevada Youth Range Camp is a teenager’s best opportunity to […]

Grant supports Lake Tahoe “Children’s Forest”

South Lake Tahoe, Calif. – A grant to the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) will help develop a “Children’s Forest” for exploration and education in the Pope-Baldwin Recreation Area, off Hwy. 89 North, near South Lake Tahoe, Calif. A national initiative of the U.S. Forest Service, Children’s Forests are centered around developed […]

Carson High students get lesson in credit

One of four classes that participated in last month’s credit classes at Carson High School: Jackie Tilton, GNCU consumer loan processer, Paulina Adrian, Paige Robinson, Jesse Hartford, GNCU consumer loan specialist, Julieta Gonzalez, and Pam Grim, GNCU high school branch supervisor.

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE CARSON CITY–A dozen Carson High School Students recently learned the importance of building and maintaining good credit. The goal was to provide knowledge that would make them more savvy borrowers. Four 90-minute classes held Jan. 26 and 27 were taught by Jesse Hartford, consumer loan specialist, and Jackie Tilton, consumer loan processer, […]

County treasurer issues update on Incline tax refund

WASHOE COUNTY NEWS RELEASE As the result of a challenge lodged last week in district court by a group of Incline Village/Crystal Bay taxpayers concerning the applicability of a legislative change, the rate of interest to be paid on court-ordered property tax refunds is currently in dispute. The taxpayer challenge to the treasurer’s interpretation of […]

Budget cuts force sheriff to eliminate graffiti investigations

WCSO NEWS RELEASE Washoe County Sheriff Michael Haley announced last week that he has been forced to immediately eliminate graffiti investigations conducted by his office due to budget cuts instigated by the Washoe County Board of County Commissioners. “This action is counterintuitive to the philosophy of my office and staff and was made only after […]

Reno Fire Marshall suggests changing batteries in smoke alarms when changing clocks this weekend

CITY OF RENO NEWS RELEASE The Reno Fire Department suggests residents replace the batteries in their smoke alarms when clocks are changed for daylight saving time on Sunday. “It’s a good, easy reminder when changing your clocks to replace your batteries in your smoke alarms,” advises Reno Fire Marshal Joan Presley. “It will help insure […]

Yvonne Larkin announces community-focused, issue-based campaign for Assembly District 27

YVONNE LARKIN NEWS RELEASE Nevada native Yvonne Larkin filed this week as a Republican candidate for Assembly District 27. “I am tired of Nevadans losing jobs to other states and countries,” said Larkin. “Higher taxes and regulations kill jobs, and in this economy, Nevada must KEEP our businesses in business. We must ensure Nevada remains […]

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