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Monthly Archives: June, 2023

Toxic algal bloom suspected at Washoe Lake

Scientists sampling water at Washoe Lake State Park have identified a potentially harmful algal bloom along the lake's shoreline. 

Explore Nevada’s colorful communities (sponsored)

Discover vibrant Nevada destinations that call to the art-ogling adventurer in everyone, get sneak peeks of some prominent pieces, and then come paint yourself a picture-perfect visit.

Silk Road International Market specializes in Persian, Turkish and Afghani cuisine

The new Silk Road International Market brings to Reno Persian, Turkish and Afghani cuisine with incredible kebabs.

Analyst, consultant, or lobbyist?

When Jeremy Aguero presented two of the most significant bills of the 2023 legislative session, he neglected to disclose whose interests he was representing.  

New substance abuse facility opens in Reno

When it comes to substance abuse treatment, there aren’t many options in the Reno area. A new facility, The Differents, is looking to change that. 

Crisis pregnancy center warning quietly removed from state abortion info website

Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo instructed the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to remove from its website information warning the public about crisis pregnancy centers.

Dickson Commercial Group Industrial Team represents Locus Development Group in 18,847 SF lease (sponsored)

Dickson Commercial Group’s Industrial Team, Joel Fountain, SIOR, Nick Knecht, CCIM, and Baker Krukow, CCIM, represented the landlord and developer, Locus Development Group, in leasing 18,847 square feet at 1900 South McCarran Boulevard.

Lithium Nevada sues Thacker Pass opponents, alleging trespass, vandalism and threats 

Thacker Pass opponents were sued in late May by Lithium Nevada. The company alleges protesters were vandalizing and stealing equipment.

Sullivan sentenced in 1970’s cold-case murder the DA declined to prosecute

Charles Sullivan, 78, was sentenced yesterday to 15 years in prison by Washoe County Second Judicial District Court Judge Connie Steinheimer.

School district approves budget, bond, new projects

The Washoe County School District Board on Tuesday approved budget items including nearly $100 million in repairs and new equipment.

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