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Nevada Business Journal
Ninth Annual Healthcare Heroes
Now in its ninth year, Healthcare Heroes began with the dual goal of honoring individuals that excel in healthcare and helping fund scholarships for Nevada's future healthcare educators.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Candidates culled from Nevada political elites
Nevada's attorney general candidates start with three priceless political ingredients - presidential good looks, law degrees and a pedigree in state politics.
Marching band debuts one of largest ensembles on Saturday
From 120 members in 2012 to 180 in 2014, the University of Nevada, Reno has seen its marching band, the "Pride of the Sierra," grow in numbers, support and pride.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Villalobos, Davis & Leo on Honest False Testimony Regarding Sexual Offenses
J. Guillermo Villalobos , Deborah Davis and Richard A. Leo have posted Honest False Testimony in Allegations of Sexual Offences ) on SSRN.
Climate change puts endangered Devils Hole pupfish at risk of extinction
Scuba divers conduct fish research at Devils Hole, an isolated geothermal water-filled limestone cavern in the Nevada desert.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Drone maker moving to Reno with 400 jobs by 2018
A manufacturer of unmanned aerial vehicles says it plans to move its new drone headquarters from Pasadena, California to Reno, and with it, hundreds of good-paying jobs Officials for Ashima Devices expect 400 new jobs to be added by 2018 with a reported average salary of $70,000.
Ring Of Fire Tectonic Plate Is Cooling - And Shrinking
The tectonic plate that dominates the Pacific "Ring of Fire" is not as rigid as most assume, and it's getting less fiery.
Career Beat: ABC News gets new VP for news programs
Mignon Fogarty is now the Donald W. Reynolds Chair in Media Entrepreneurship at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Grammar Girl: 'I had wanted to be a professor, but I had given up on that dream'
That or which? Lie or lay? And where does that pesky comma go? The woman - or girl - who's built a personal empire around guiding students and professionals through the thickets of grammar and usage recently added another job to a resume that includes writing books, public speaking and entrepreneurship - professor.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Las Vegas Sun
Regents' OK is 'huge step' toward UNLV getting a medical school
The fate of UNLV's proposed medical school will now rest in the hands of Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Legislature.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Deborah Voigt to Join Donato Cabrera and Las Vegas Philharmoic for Season Opener, 9/27
The orchestra's 16th season opens with Donato Cabrera's debut as Music Director of the Las Vegas Philharmonic at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, September 27th at 7:30PM with a concert featuring arias, overtures, and Broadway classics.
Sparks middle school hosts college-style fair
Sparks middle school is playing host to a college fair-style gathering of community supporters.
My Mother Lode
Nevadan seeks to overturn 1976 murder conviction
DNA technology that wasn't available four decades ago will be front and center in a Reno courtroom where a 64-year-old woman is trying to overturn her murder conviction after spending more than 30 years in prison.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
What your dreams say about your relationship
Susan Baragia, M.A. received a degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Nevada-Reno.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Great Basin National Park plans telescope
Three hundred miles from the glare of Las Vegas, Great Basin National Park is hard at work on plans to capitalize on its famously dark nights by playing host to a permanent research telescope.
Seismologists are tracking a swarm of earthquakes SE of Lakeview in Great Basin desert
Seismologists with the University of Nevada, Reno are tracking a swarm of earthquakes that are occurring about 40 miles southeast of Lakeview in remote Washoe County Nevada.
The Orlando Sentinel
Director at ARC always thinking, improving programs for developmentally disabled
Swain is the chief executive officer of the Arc Sunrise of Central Florida, a program for developmentally delayed people, where he worked for the last six years.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Washoe grape growers want Nevada to OK wineries
Grape growers in Washoe County plan to lobby legislators next year to update a state law which prohibits them from making and selling wine.