Jim Valentine: Pressure can cause errors

Too much pressure can allow for errors to be made in judgment during the decision-making process, not only in negotiating but during the escrow process as well.

Carson’s DuBois Health Food Center turns 60

Phil DuBois opened the first iteration of DuBois Health Food Center in 1964.

Powerhouse Reno law firm celebrates 75 years

McDonald Carano employs 75 in Reno, including 26 attorneys, as well as another 65 people in its Las Vegas office, which opened in 1982. The firm also has an office in Carson City.

Industrial construction slows as normal market conditions return

Overall vacancy has crept up from less than 1 percent a few years ago to just over 8 percent – but industrial developers aren’t panicking.

Protecting our little ones: Sun safety tips for kids by Carson City's dermatology specialists

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, highlighting the prevalence of this disease with over five million cases identified annually in the United States. With the arrival of warmer weather, blossoming nature, and increased outdoor activities for children, ensuring their safety and health becomes paramount. To help you prepare for the upcoming season and vacations, the dermatologists at Carson City's Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute offer tips to protect kids from the sun's harmful effects.

Charlie Abowd: Spring lamb chops (recipe)

The Greenhouse Project's Mother's Day Plant Sale will be Saturday, May 11 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Green Central, with online sales already underway.

83-unit townhome project coming to Spanish Springs

Five Ridges is the second townhome development project in Northern Nevada for Leggera Development.

Best of Carson City nominations are open

Nominations will be accepted between Wednesday, May 1 and Sunday, May 19 at

Kelly Bullis: Is gold a good investment?

Since 1990, gold has increased by a factor of a little less than 6. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by a factor of 14.

Jim Valentine: Planning property upgrades

When you are in one of those pondering moments be sure to take the time to determine if your intended improvements will suit your purposes and intentions.

Shoe Tree Brewing gets silver at World Beer Cup

The award ceremony took place April 24 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, where awards were given in 110 beer-style categories.

Lithium mine moves forward despite endangered wildflower

The Bureau of Land Management released more than 2,000 pages of documents in a draft environmental impact statement for the Rhyolite Ridge mine.

Burlington says goodbye, Hobby Lobby on deck

Outgoing Burlington Store Manager Terri Hunt said the store had its strongest year in terms of sales last year.

Kelly Bullis: SECURE 2.0 Act Provisions For 2024

The SECURE 2.0 law was enacted in late 2022. Many of its provisions are just now being activated in 2024. Here are some other provisions that start in 2024.

After 30 years, Bully’s sold to Vegas businessman

Jo Lown took control of the business near the end of 2009 when Bully’s was 14 days into chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.