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Op-Ed | CEA Foundation Weighs in on Rise Gold’s Vested Rights Petition

Grass Valley, CA – Nevada County Supervisors will soon consider whether or not to approve an eleventh-hour petition to grant “vested rights” to Rise Grass Valley, a subsidiary of Rise Gold. The Canadian-headquartered junior mining company is aiming to reopen a gold mine that shut down 67 years ago. To inform their decision, local opposition leader […]

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Sierra Commons seeks leaders to grow jobs in Nevada County

Nevada City – In an effort to help small businesses thrive in Western Nevada County – Sierra Commons is actively seeking individuals with a passion for the community to join the nonprofit’s Board of Directors. A nomination committee is seeking candidates who will bring passion, enthusiasm, wisdom, effectiveness, experience and creative thinking to the Board.  […]

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Tahoe National Forest Christmas tree permits available Nov. 7

NEVADA CITY, Calif. (Nov. 1, 2023) — Tahoe National Forest will begin issuing Christmas tree permits through beginning Nov. 7, 2023. A limited number of permits are available to purchase in-person at district offices. Call ahead to ensure permit availability.  For the best experience while harvesting a Christmas tree, review additional guidelines and safety information provided […]

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Meeting to present Edwards Crossing Bridge Replacement options on Nov. 1

Nevada City, Calif. November 1, 2023 – A public meeting will be held to inform the public of the alternatives the County is considering, along with the potential environmental impacts that would result from each one. This meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to ask any questions they have about the Draft Environmental […]

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Starling Arrow to Perform at Miners Foundry Nov. 8th

Nevada City, CA October 31, 2023 – Starling Arrow, a captivating American a cappella spirit-folk ensemble, is set to make their highly-anticipated debut performance at Nevada City’s historic Miners Foundry on November 8th. This unique event precedes Rising Appalachia’s two sold-out concerts in Berkeley, California and promises an unforgettable musical experience for fans of both […]

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Widespread prescribed fires to continue at Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE, Calif./Nev., Oct. 30, 2023– The Tahoe Fire & Fuels Team (TFFT) is scheduled to continue fall prescribed fire operations over the next several weeks at Lake Tahoe, conditions and weather permitting. California State Parks is schedule to continue understory burning at Burton Creek and Sugar Pine Point state parks. California Tahoe Conservancy with assistance […]

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Magic of Debussy with Pianist Spencer Myer

Grass Valley, CA – Embark on a musical journey with award-winning pianist Spencer Myer, featuring Claude Debussy’s “24 Preludes.” Myer’s return to InConcert Sierra’s stage promises to evoke a rich tapestry of emotions and moods that are a signature of Debussy’s compositions, Sunday, Nov 19 at 2pm. A former American Pianists Association Fellowship winner, Myer […]

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Wind event this weekend – prepare now

NEVADA COUNTY, Calif. October 27, 2023 – Gusty north to east winds pick up throughout the day on Saturday and persist into Sunday alongside a drying trend. This will result in critical fire weather conditions. Prepare for the possibility of power outages, be aware of potential hazards like weakened trees and have your Go bag […]

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Gusty North to East Winds with Critical Fire Weather Conditions This Weekend

Cool temperatures, with a slight warming trend over the weekend and into next week. Gusty north to east winds and drying conditions are also anticipated Saturday into Sunday with elevated fire weather conditions. Dry and quieter weather is then expected early next week. Fire Weather Watch from late tonight through Sunday afternoon. Wind Advisory from […]

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Peaceful simultaneous ‘Free Palestine’ and ‘Support Israel’ protests in Nevada City

The Nevada County for Human Rights in Palestine, a self-described coalition in occupied Nisenan land dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism, Zionism, and islamophobia, held a march and a banner drop on the Broad Street Bridge in Nevada City. On the other side of the bridge, counter-demonstrators proclaimed their solidarity with Israel. Both sides chanted their slogans […]

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