Last Friday is collecting school supplies with help from the Henderson Fire Department and the Henderson Police Department at August’s community-centric event. HENDERSON – This month’s Last Friday, Just Add Water Street includes exciting activations for all ages. Attendees will enjoy street side entertainment, food vendors, retail pop-ups and live music. Last Friday, JAWS … [Read more...] about Last Friday Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary and Continues to Support the Community with a Back-To-School Fundraiser
Holland & Hart LLP hosts Law on Tap, the first of a four-part professional networking series, Thursday, June 15, 5:30 - 7 p.m. at West Street Market. Labor and employment attorneys Dora Lane and Anthony Hall will discuss the legal implications of marijuana in the workforce in light of Nevada’s recent legalization of marijuana. “With the advent of medical and recreational … [Read more...] about Holland & Hart launches ‘Law on Tap’ with Marijuana in the Workforce
Education is critical to Nevada’s workforce, economy and lifestyle. But Nevada’s public education ranks at or near the bottom of national rankings, and only 30 percent of Nevadans hold post-secondary education degrees or certificates. In the K-12 system, rankings are created from more indicators than simply academic, according to Traci Davis, superintendent, Washoe … [Read more...] about Beyond The Basics: Education in Nevada
LAS VEGAS – James J. Pisanelli and Todd L. Bice, founding partners of Pisanelli Bice PLLC, announced that five lawyers from the firm have been recognized on the 2015 list of Mountain States Super Lawyers, a renowned ranking of outstanding attorneys across the region. Pisanelli and Bice were both among the select attorneys honored on this year’s list of top 100 lawyers in the … [Read more...] about 5 Pisanelli Bice Attorneys Named Mountain States Super Lawyers
Nevada’s travel and tourism industry employs one-third of the state’s population. From hospitality to gaming and from the “What happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas” campaign to Northern Nevada being America’s Adventure Place, the Silver State has been promoted as a world class destination. At the same time, “diversify” has become the State’s battle cry over and over, with warnings … [Read more...] about Tourism: Welcome Back
Like soldiers crawling out of foxholes once the shooting has stopped, Nevada’s various industries are, one by one and in their own time, getting to their feet, dusting themselves off and resuming the march ahead. Inevitably, some business sectors are coming back faster than others. For Nevada’s luxury car industry, for instance, the prognosis for a full recovery is good. … [Read more...] about Luxury Autos: Nice Ride…
Storey County Establishes Independent Economic Development Authority Storey County, home to the 107,000 acre Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) has established an economic development authority in order to work more closely with the Nevada Commission on Economic Development. Storey County is the second smallest county in Nevada and TRIC takes up approximately 65 percent of … [Read more...] about October 2011: Around the State
“Nevada’s tremendous potential for growth. Defining the opportunities to rebound from the recession, and developing a specific course of action are the keys to realizing that potential. Nevada needs to move beyond old economic development paradigms and embrace a new economic diversification structure with a commitment to innovation and leadership.” Ross Miller • Nevada … [Read more...] about What do you love most about Nevada?