September 12, 2018 By Press Release Wire Leave a Comment – For a second year in a row, Nevada State Bank was voted “Best Bank” in the “Best of Reno” contest presented by the Reno Gazette-Journal. Focusing on the Reno/Sparks area, Nevada State Bank took first place over all banks and credit unions. Winners of this competition are both nominated and voted on by local residents, making this honor all the more meaningful to the bank and its colleagues. “We’re honored by the recognition again from our customers who recognize our high standards of service,” said Terry Shirey, president and CEO of Nevada State Bank. “We’re excited to win by a landslide, and we owe this honor to our customers and our colleagues who deliver on our commitment to our customers – going above and beyond by delivering a great experience at our branches every day.” More than 20,000 readers cast more than 190,000 votes in all – for their … [Read more...] about Nevada State Bank Wins Gold in “Best of Reno” for a Second Year in a Row
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By Brock Radke (contact) Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 2 a.m. Anyone who’s seen Frank Marino’s “Divas Las Vegas” show has his or her favorite acts. It could be Larry Edwards’ now legendary performance as Tina Turner, unless you prefer Edwards as Patti LaBelle, which is equally electric and involves flying footwear. Or maybe you love Steven Wayne, who does dual divas and current Strip headliners Celine Dion and Cher. Both are likely the best impersonations you’ve seen of these stars. If you were Marino, meaning you’ve been a Las Vegas headliner for nearly 35 years and have more than earned the right to call your own shots in your own show, you’d be able to pick which divas perform which all-star impersonations every night. Incredibly, Marino is passing that responsibly on to you, his faithful audience members, as “Divas” has recently transformed into what is likely the first interactive show of its kind on the Strip. Before each … [Read more...] about Frank Marino’s ‘Divas Las Vegas’ lets you choose the stars that hit the stage
Dried-out grass is highlighted in the late afternoon light at the Badlands Golf Club in Queensridge, Las Vegas, Thursday, July 27, 2017. In June 2017, the golf course's owners turned the water off, allowing the grass to dry out. Gabriella Angotti-Jones Las Vegas Review-Journal @gabriellaangojoCouncilman Bob Coffin expresses his concerns about the potential developers for the Badlands golf course at a City Council meeting at Las Vegas City Hall on Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Patrick Connolly Las Vegas Review-Journal @PConnPieCouncilman Steve Seroka voices his concerns about the Badlands golf course development at a City Council meeting at Las Vegas City Hall on Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Patrick Connolly Las Vegas Review-Journal @PConnPie The owners of the Badlands golf course in Las Vegas filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the city and Councilmen Steve Seroka and Bob Coffin, claiming bias and arguing city officials’ handling of plans to develop the course have violated their … [Read more...] about Badlands owners take fight with Las Vegas council to federal court
(CBS News) TAMPA, Fla. - A big issue facing the presidential candidates is the housing slump. We've been seeing some glimmers of a turnaround recently: A report Tuesday said that home prices in June were half a percent higher than in June of 2011. That's the first year-over-year increase in nearly two years. Still, a lot of Americans are struggling to hold on to their homes are worth, including in Nevada, a battleground state. Even now, two-thirds of Las Vegas homeowners are underwater, leaving many of them angry and frustrated. Dave and Cheryl Burton worked hard to buy their north Las Vegas dream house in 2007, the perfect place to raise their children, Max and Chase. Video: America's Voices: "We keep on getting told that it's going to get better"Video: Home prices rose in June; analysts say housing market improving "As soon as we moved in, the market tanked," said Dave. The house they bought for $700,000 now is valued at $325,000. "When the market tanked," said Dave, "our mindset … [Read more...] about Las Vegas a casualty of the housing bust