· After receiving high marks from Standard & Poor’s Financial Services and Moody’s Investor Service in their bond ratings reports, Lake Tahoe Community College is ready to issue a second set of Measure F bonds this month for $15 million. S&P raised the college’s long-term rating from AA-minus to AA. Moody’s reconfirmed LTCC’s A1 rating and improved its outlook from stable to positive.
· Creedence Clearwater Revisited will be at the Carson Valley in on Aug. 12.
· The Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs has made changes in the wake of the resignation of former director Claudia Vecchio. David Peterson, formerly the department’s deputy director, stepped in as interim director. Brenda Nebesky, formerly chief marketing officer, recently stepped into the role of interim deputy director, while former marketing manager, M.E. Kawchack, was promoted to chief marketing officer.
· University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Radon Education Program is offering free short-term radon test kits to Nevadans until Feb. 28.
· Frontier airlines has added a nonstop flight between Reno and Austin.