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Carson City nursing and rehabilitation center recognized as five-star facility Carson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has achieved a five-star rating with Details of the rating system can be found on, Nursing Home Compare.Carson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 2898 Highway 50 E., specializes in short-term rehabilitation and long term care. In the past two years this facility has been recognized by the American Health Care Association for commitment to quality care and by Covenant Care for Clinical Excellence.Covenant Care Inc. provides skilled nursing and therapy services in long term care and assisted living facilities in eight states. It operates 41 facilities in eight states.For more information call 775-882-3301.City National Bank appoints Hutter chairpersonCity National Bank has appointed Collie Hutter as the chairperson of its Northern Nevada Advisory Board. Hutter is president and co-owner of Click Bond in Carson City. She replaces Jeff Shaheen of Shaheen Beauchamp Builders as the board chair.Hutter, a native of Philadelphia, received a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pa. She also earned a master’s degree in business administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.Hutter will be responsible for the running of each quarterly meeting, assisting with prospecting new referral business, offer product enhancement suggestions, provide input on the economy, take part in bank-sponsored functions and more.For more information, go to earns accreditationJason Reecy, a partner at Freeman & Williams LLP in Carson City, has earned the Accredited in Business Valuation Credential from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.— Northern Nevada Business WeeklyDel Toro eyes Natchez PassDel Toro Silver Corp. of Carson City said recently it signed an option to purchase up to 67.5 percent interest in the Natchez Pass gold property in Pershing County.The property, formerly known as the Nick Mine, is at Imlay.Greg Painter, president of Del Toro, said his company would pay slightly more than $4 million in cash and $5 million restricted shares of its common stock to Natchez Pass LLC if it exercises the option. It has 60 days to conduct due diligence.Earlier this year, American International Ventures Inc. of Winnemucca had taken a 30-day option to buy Natchez Pass LLC.— Northern Nevada Business Weekly

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