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Wood Rodgers makes $20,000 donation to the WCSD - Wood Rodgers, a multi-discliplinary engineering firm, celebrated its 20th anniversary by donating $20,000 to the Washoe County School District to encourage students in the K-12 system to pursue STEM education. The donation provides scholarships for Washoe County high school students who are engaged in college-level engineering and math courses. Also in partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Wood Rodgers will provide...

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Dickson Commercial Group January 2017 CRE sales recap - Office Dental office sales were the theme in January. There were 8 total office buildings that traded hands in January, three of which were dental offices. The Largest sale was a 6,911-square foot building at 757 W. 7th Street in Northwest Reno that sold for $925,000 ($134 p/sf), the second largest was a 6,678-square foot building located at 850 I Street in Sparks that sold for $840,000 ($126 p/sf), and the last was a 2,079-square foot...

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The Abbi Agency stakes claim in San Francisco, charts continued growth

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SBA federal disaster loans still available for another month

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NAIOP, The Abbi Agency, Atlantis and more.

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One month left to apply for SBA disaster loans - Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Disaster Field Operations Center – West today reminded Nevada small nonfarm businesses in Carson City, Lyon, Storey and Washoe counties of the March 21, 2017, deadline to apply for an SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury. These low-interest loans are to offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by the drought in Storey County that began May 20, 201...

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Comments were enthusiastic about the plan with some concerns expressed over whether the recommended funding options would work without affecting other city services.

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Aerotek to host open house for hundreds of job opportunities in Reno

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For Eric Edelstein, the 2017 United Soccer League season can’t come soon enough.
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