The Pennsylvania company that’s been outsourced to run medical support services at Burning Man this summer says it plans to hire as many Nevadans as possible. Crowd Rx’s Board chairman tells the Reno-Gazette Journal that applicants who have experience working with the weeklong event in the Black Rock Desert will be favored. Burning Man cut its contract with Humboldt General Hospital, causing a bit of an uproar, but a spokesman for Burning Man says they want to keep money and employment in the state. More than 300 applications have already been received for about 120 positions. Burning Man takes place from August 30 to September 7.