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Noon Time Legal Seminar: Understanding Guardianship on July 19

Topics of Guardianship include creation, notice, temporary guardianship, permanent guardianship, rights and liabilities, duration, termination, and suspension.  These topics, and more, will be covered in this one-hour Noon Time Legal Seminar, presented by the Nevada County Law Library.  Presented by Kathy Lindsay and Larry Montgomery, Attorneys About Kathy Lindsay Kathy Lindsay has been practicing law […]

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New Historical Landmark Expands Commemoration of Gold Rush Era Nevada County Diversity

The Nevada County Historical Landmarks Commission is pleased to announce that on June 14, 2022 the Nevada County Board of Supervisors designated The Nevada City African Methodist Episcopal Church Site as a Nevada County Historical Landmark, NEV 22-02. Located in the present day residential area of 549 North Pine Street in Nevada City, the AME […]

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Breezy northerly winds today and Tuesday, rapid warming through mid-week

Dry weather with warming temperatures through mid-week. Triple digit heat returns to the Central Valley Tuesday through the weekend, peaking on Wednesday. Monsoon moisture may produce isolated showers and thunderstorms over the high Sierra south of Highway 50 late this week. Discussion Clear skies cover interior NorCal early this morning, though some mid and high […]

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Lightning map: 255 strikes recorded in NorCal

On Saturday, between 1:00 pm and 5:36pm, sixty-one lightning strikes were recorded on the Tahoe National Forest. Fifty-four of these downstrikes were recorded on the Yuba River Ranger District. Throughout northern California the BLM lightning detection system recorded 255 lightning strikes hitting the ground, 158 on National Forests. Firefighters will patrol throughout the weekend, both […]

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Cool Saturday, warming trend begins Sunday

Cool weather continues today along with a chance of mountain showers and thunderstorms. Dry weather and warming temperatures return beginning Sunday. Discussion Satellite imagery shows the upper low closing off over far northern California. Radar indicates showers and thunderstorms have diminished across the northern half of the forecast area from Friday evening, but a few […]

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As California’s Wildfire Season Starts, PG&E Turns on Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings Across All High Fire-Risk Areas

OAKLAND, Calif. – Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) said today that its Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings (EPSS) now protect approximately 3 million people, or more than 1 million customers, who live in high fire-risk areas within the company’s service area. The safety settings turn off power within one-tenth of a second when a fault, […]

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Nevada County Hosts RCRC Board of Directors Meeting and Tour

SACRAMENTO, CA – This week, the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) Board Chair and Nevada County Supervisor Dan Miller hosted the June 2022 RCRC Board of Directors meeting in Nevada County. The two-day event included the RCRC Board of Directors meeting in historic downtown Grass Valley, and tours of the North Star Mining Museum […]

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Bright Futures For Youth offers two summer day camps for Nevada County youth

GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Bright Futures for Youth will kick-off two summer camps June 20, allowing incoming kindergartners to 10th-graders to develop new skills and enjoy fun activities and games while giving hard-working parents a low-cost, safe and supervised option for their children.  The nonprofit’s six-week Youth Hub Summer Day Camp is back for a second […]

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Plumas National Forest recreation conditions varied this weekend

QUINCY, CA — After a week that included hot weather, widespread rain and thunderstorms, landslides and gusty winds, area residents and visitors planning to recreate on the Plumas National Forest this weekend are encouraged to plan their trip and be prepared for changing conditions. While last weekend’s storm only produced three lightning strikes on the […]

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Placer RCD Develops community-led prescribed burning, Placer Prescribed Burn Association

AUBURN, CA – The Placer Resource Conservation District (Placer RCD), with funding and support from CAL FIRE, is developing the Placer Prescribed Burn Association (Placer PBA) to equip private landowners in the county with the skills, knowledge, and confidence necessary to become safe prescribed burn practitioners. A prescribed burn association is a group of landowners and others […]

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Cause of death and identity of dead body discovered in Marysville determined

Marysville, Ca. – On April 26, 2022 at around 1:52 p.m., Recology discovered a dead body in the Material Recovery Facility at 3001 N. Levee Road in Marysville.  Based on the deceased’s location, it appeared the body was brought in with a cardboard recycling truck sometime during the previous week. The Sheriff’s Investigations Unit, along […]