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School district now realizes when it’s breaking the law

I’ll give ’em this. The Washoe County School District is getting better at recognizing when it is breaking the state’s open-meeting law. As reported in the Reno Gazette-Journal this morning by Trevon Milliard, one of the district’s subcommittees acted on a controversial health-care plan even though the meeting agenda was …

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New management seminar scheduled

What You Need to Know About Overtime and Independent Contractor Laws and Regulations  Friday, October 16 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT Do you find yourself scratching your head when it comes to labor laws and regulations for independent contractors? Join Michael Zinser for this informative webinar to gain a better understanding of …

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‘Yellow journalism’ in Nevada?

On Tuesday’s episode of Nevada Newsmakers, former university regent Howard Rosenberg was asked about recent criticism of Chancellor Dan Klaich. After a few comments in defense of the university chancellor, who has been under fire recently, Rosenberg turned to what he sees as the problem. “What really bothers me is …

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