Nevada

8 things about the man from Las Vegas, Nevada – CONAN Daily

biographical data Timothy Michael Armstrong (© Dennis Busch) Timothy Michael Armstrong is a white male from Nevada, United States. Here are eight more things about him: He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. (a) (Before Christ) He previously lived in Apple Valley, California, United States. (Before Christ) He previously lived in …

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Tesla demands all workers at Nevada plant wear masks: report

Tesla will require workers at a Reno-area factory to wear masks, the Wall Street Journal reports. The decision precedes a threatened mask mandate by the Nevada state government. As the Delta variant spreads, other automakers have also demanded masks, regardless of vaccine status. Loading Something is loading. Tesla will require …

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7 tips for moving into dorms

Moving into the dorms may be the first time you’ve prepared to move on your own before. You might be nervous about forgetting something important or dealing with your emotions. Do not worry. The admissions and recruiting coordinator, Devin Williams, was there. Check out her tips for making moving day …

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05-03 – COVID-19,046 Emergency Declaration Directive

WHILE, on March 12, 2020, I, Steve Sisolak, Governor of the State of Nevada, issued an emergency declaration to facilitate the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHILE, on March 13, 2020, Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, declared a national emergency in accordance with Sec. 501 …

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The Unseen Expansion of Health Insurance Affordability in Nevada

The just concluded legislative session made significant progress on issues critical to Nevadans, including reopening our economy, empowering small businesses, supporting workers, and educating our children. The legislature also voted to create a public health insurance option, making Nevada one of the first states in the country to do so. …

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Nevada job seekers must validate their identities through ID.me

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – As required by federal Continuing Assistance Act, the Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) has announced the final phase of initial identity verification with ID.me for permanent unemployment insurance (UI) filers. ID.me is a next-generation identity platform providing digital identity proof and verification, allowing …

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The importance of the emerging technologies working group

Nevada has long been a state with a diverse population. However, following the recent economic storm front that hit the Silver State in the wake of the pandemic, new calls are underway for Nevada to diversify its economy as well. To meet the challenges ahead, State Senator Pat Spearman (D-North …

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Adapting to Climate Change – The Nevada Independent

Nevada experiences drought and heat with the hottest summers in average history and doomsday wildfires here and right next door. The increase in global temperatures is amplified in areas with high population density. These urban centers can be up to 2 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than rural areas. With …

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Reno’s Hibear startup secures $ 150,000 pre-seed investment

Reno Hibear Start-Up Secures $ 150,000 Pre-Seed Investment | Serving Northern Nevada NNBW Staff Report Monday July 5, 2021 The Reno Seed Fund and FundNV recently announced a $ 150,000 pre-seed co-investment in startup Reno Hibear, best known for creating an innovative 32-ounce “All-Day Adventure Flask”.After nearly three years of …

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Union Plaza, part 2 | Nevada Public Radio

Last time we were talking about the group that built Union Plaza — Frank Scott, Sam Boyd, Jackie Gaughan and Kell Houssels, Junior, as well as investors like Bill Boyd and Howard Cannon. Let’s look at what they produced. They broke new ground on August 10, 1970. Zick and Sharp, …

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Events promoted for Lombardo to announce Nevada governor’s candidacy

Steve marcus Sheriff Joe Lombardo speaks during the “Luncheon With The Sheriff” at Red Rock Resort on Wednesday, July 24, 2019. The annual fundraising luncheon benefits the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation. Through Ricardo Torres-Cortez (contact) Friday June 25, 2021 | 2 a.m Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo will …

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Earthquake Information: Reported (unconfirmed) earthquake: 1.7 km north of Carson City, Nevada, United States, June 20, 2021 07:17 GMT

Although our monitoring service initially detected network activity typical of an earthquake, there has been no confirmation by a national or international seismological agency. For this reason, it is highly unlikely that it was caused by an earthquake. 20 Jun 07:28 UTC: First to report: VolcanoDiscovery after 12 minutes. I …

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Nevada UI, PUA Websites Under Maintenance Saturday | New

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – The Nevada Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program and Unemployment Insurance websites will receive regular system maintenance on Saturday morning, the Department of Training and Education said on Friday. Rehabilitation. For the PUA website, maintenance is scheduled for June 19, from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., during which …

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Nevada man attending U.S. Capitol uprising announces gubernatorial candidacy

A former professional boxer-turned-lawyer who was outside the United States Capitol during the deadly January 6 riot has announced that he plans to challenge the Democratic government. Steve SisolakSteve SisolakGun’s rights group pursues Nevada phantom gun ban Nevada governor signs law making state first presidential primary Infighting grips Nevada Democrats …

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Hot market for condos in southern Nevada

The condo near Sunset Park looks like a regular unit in Las Vegas, offering two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fireplace, and a balcony. But when it went on sale last month, listing broker Ron Stanfield recalled, “the offers started pouring in early.” The single-story unit contracted with a buyer less …

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State law aims to help Nevada start-ups

Nevada incubators and investment groups are eagerly awaiting a change in the regulation of private investment, known as blue sky laws, with the passage of new legislation. The new law, enacted by Governor Steve Sisolak on May 25, defines how investors and entrepreneurs must comply with investment laws and brings …

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Nevada Mineral Industry Week June 6-12 | Mining

ELKO – A governor’s proclamation hails Nevada‘s mineral industry as an integral part of the state’s past and vital to its future, and declares June 6-12, 2021, as Nevada Mineral Industry Week. The State of Nevada calls on educators and state officials to recognize and call attention to Mineral Industry …

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Scorpio Gold takes back control of Mineral Ridge, Nevada

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / June 4, 2021 / Scorpio Gold Corporation (“Scorpio Gold” or the “Company”) (TSXV: SGN) regains 100% control of the Company’s Mineral Ridge property, located in Nevada upon termination by Titan Mining Corporation (“Titan “) a contract under an option agreement (the” Titan Agreement “) announced …

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BLM and Travel Nevada launch photo contest

The Bureau of Land Management Nevada‘s 2021 Photo Contest is underway in partnership with Travel Nevada, and BLM Nevada will be accepting submissions for its annual photo contest until September 15. “Nevada is a state full of the great outdoors, harsh landscapes and rugged hinterlands,” said Brenda Scolari, director of …

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Activity indicators: June 2021 – Nevada Business Magazine

The “anticipated” estimate of the real gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States for the first quarter of 2020 recorded a strong gain of 6.4% year-on-year, bringing the gap between the pre-pandemic peak to within 1%. This strong recovery was spurred by a surge in consumer spending that likely …

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Nevada to face UC Irvine at Stanford Regional

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) The Nevada baseball team is heading to Stanford as the No. 3 seed for the NCAA regionals. The Wolf Pack will face No.2 seed UC Irvine in Game One this Friday, June 4 at 6 p.m. PT. This will be the Wolf Pack’s fifth overall trip to …

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The rise of non-partisans in Nevada

Photos from The Nevada Independent’s forum, “IndieTalks: The Rise of the Nonpartisans in Nevada” on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino in Downtown Reno. (David Calvert / The Nevada Independent) IndieTalks: The Rise of Non-Partisans in Nevada The dramatic increase in the number of non-major voters …

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Nevada needs public health insurance option now

Critical illness or accidents do not discriminate, but our health insurance system certainly does. (Photo: Don Don Murray, Getty Images) Four years ago, I was just another successful and healthy small business owner in Las Vegas, at least that’s what I thought. I walked into a doctor’s office in Henderson …

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Nevada’s public option health care bill advances

CARSON CITY – Nevada‘s proposal to enact the second state-based public health benefit plan in the country was passed by the State Senate on Monday on a 12-9 party vote and was forwarded to the ‘Assembly with one week remaining in the session. If adopted by the Assembly and signed …

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Ormat to acquire contracted geothermal assets in Nevada and a transmission line from Nevada to California for total consideration estimated at $ 377 million

ACCELERATES GROWTH PLANS FOR ORMAT’S ELECTRICITY SEGMENT, REACHES A PORTFOLIO OF 1 GW ORMAT TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE ACQUIRED POWER PLANTS AND POTENTIALLY DEVELOP GREENFIELD ASSETS PROVIDES POTENTIAL SYNERGIES, INCLUDING THE TRANSMISSION LINE CONNECTING NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA RENO, Nev., May 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) today …

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