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Indivisible Women Nevada County Meeting this Sunday at Miners Foundry in Nevada City

Nevada City, Calif. February 25, 2017 – Following up on a historic turnout one month ago, Indivisible Women of Nevada County hosts its next team meeting this Sunday, February 26 1-4pm at Miner’s Foundry, in Nevada City.  After the surprise, standing-room only turnout of 350 women at Valentina’s in January, the community activist group has […]

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Nevada County Declares Another Local Emergency for February Storm Damage

February 25, 2017 – Emergency Services​ Director Steve Monaghan declared a local emergency on February 22, 2017 as a result of the extreme weather, which caused wide spread damage throughout Nevada County. In accordance with the California Emergency Services Act Section 8630(b) the governing body must ratify the declared emergency within 7 days for it […]

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Hundreds Rally at MCWRA Event featuring LaMalfa & McClintock in Auburn

AUBURN, Calif. February 24, 2017 – Five hundred people Friday morning rallied outside Auburn’s The Ridge Golf Course, demanding that U.S. Representatives Doug LaMalfa (Dist. 1) and Tom McClintock (Dist. 4) address concerns on climate change, health care and the environment in a public forum. The peaceful demonstrators, organized by Indivisible Women of Nevada County […]

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MIG, Inc. Selected for Cannabis Consulting by Nevada County

February 24, 2017 – The County of Nevada is pleased to announce the selection of MIG, Inc. of Berkeley, CA to provide consulting and facilitation services to Nevada County and the Cannabis Regulation Community Advisory Group. MIG have distinguished themselves as experts and innovators in the areas of community participation, consensus building, and facilitation. MIG […]

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Record Crowd at LAFCo Workshop on Nevada City’s Sphere of Influence

NEVADA CITY, Calif. February 23, 2017 – Today’s Local Area Formation Commission (LAFCo) meeting was a standing room-only affair, with  approximately 160 people inside and outside the Board Chambers. The workshop on Nevada City’s sphere of influence drew crowds of residents, even though no decision on the draft proposal was expected today. LAFCo Chair Hank […]

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Forest Service Releases Videos Featuring Julia Mancuso, Highlighting Tahoe National Forest and Upcoming World Cup at Squaw Valley

Nevada City, Calif.] Feb. 23, 2017 – The Forest Service is releasing two videos featuring Olympic gold medalist Julia Mancuso, highlighting the beauty and recreational values of the Tahoe National Forest. The videos were produced in cooperation with Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, which is hosting World Cup ski events in March 2017. The women’s world […]

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Alcouffe Community Center Thanks Community for Support of Oroville Evacuees

OREGON HOUSE, Calif. February 23, 2017 – Oroville reservoir exceeded its capacity the weekend of February 12th, 2017, sending water and debris into an emergency spillway for the first time in the history of the dam. More than 180,000 people were under emergency evacuation orders.  The Alcouffe Community Center at 9185 Marysville Rd. in Oregon House was designated […]

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Noon Time Legal Seminar: Bankruptcy and Debt Collection on March 21

NEVADA CITY, Calif. February 23, 2017 – This seminar will discuss the general concept of Chapter Seven under the United States Bankruptcy Code (11 USC § 701-784). Since the Amended Bankruptcy Code of 2005, there is a “qualification” standard for most consumer Chapter Seven Bankruptcies. This seminar will give general information on the following areas, […]

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Sierra College Ridley Gallery Presents Fossils and Seeds Photography by Rebecca Gregg

Rocklin, CA February 23, 2017 – The Sierra College Ridley Gallery presents Fossils and Seeds, an exhibition of photography by Sierra College Emeritus Professor Rebecca Gregg. Fossils and Seeds is a retrospective exhibit of work bridging the 1970s to 2016. Over this span of time there have been breadth of changes in Gregg’s materials, from film to methods […]

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State of Nevada: Dozens of horses statewide with reported disease exposure

SPARKS, Nev. February 23, 2017 – On Saturday, Feb. 18, the Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) began receiving accounts of horses exposed to equine herpes virus type 4 (EHV-4) and Streptococcus equi bacterial infection (also known as strangles or equine distemper). Both diseases are highly contagious among horses, and strangles is listed on the National […]

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