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Below normal temperatures and breezy for the holiday weekend

Below normal temperatures will continue through the holiday weekend. Temperatures will then gradually warm through the week. Gusty onshore today and tonight, becoming locally breezy in afternoons and evenings next week. Discussion Generally clear skies prevail throughout most of interior northern California this early Saturday morning. GOES-West nighttime microphysics imagery does show stratus beginning to […]

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Olivehurst fire destroys structures, closes streets

Yuba County – A fast-moving fire moved through a central Olivehurst neighborhood late Saturday afternoon, destroying four structures along 11th Avenue between Ardmore Avenue and Fleming Way. Officials are investigating the cause of the blaze.  Fire agencies from Olivehurst, Linda, Wheatland, Yuba City, and Sutter County responded, and Sheriff’s deputies alerted residents with mutual assistance from […]

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Celebrating the First Annual National Wildland Firefighter Day

Wildland firefighting is difficult, physically arduous work, often largely undertaken out of the public eye. Every year, thousands of federal, state, local, Tribal, military and contract firefighters and support personnel respond to wildland fires across the U.S. As a result of climate change and other factors, these wildfires are increasingly larger and more complex, placing […]

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Annual Point in Time Count – 2022 Results Released for Nevada County

AUBURN, CA. — The annual point-in-time count result for the number of people experiencing homelessness in Nevada County has been released by the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras (HRCS). As the lead organization in the region’s Continuum of Care for homelessness, HRCS is a nonprofit collaborative comprised of members representing nonprofit and government agencies […]

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Molly Fisk: Gone Fishing

This week I’m going to do something for the last time. I’m not retiring, I’m just stopping. Most poets don’t retire, partly for money reasons but partly because the most creative years for artists are their 70s and 80s. Plus, when you love what you’re doing, why would you not do it? Making something out […]

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BLM reminds visitors to recreate responsibly, recreate safely and enjoy your public lands this Fourth of July and throughout the summer

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – With the arrival of summer in the Golden State came extreme heat conditions, which means more people will be visiting public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management for cooler recreational opportunities like fishing, swimming, hiking or camping in shady areas, bicycling, paddleboarding and boating. The BLM encourages everyone to recreate […]

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Refreshed and Restored Glenbrook Kiosk

The Nevada County Historical Landmarks Commission invites the public to check out the recently restored Kiosk in the Glenbrook Shopping Center parking lot. Glenbrook Basin, for years the center of recreation in western Nevada County, was declared a historical landmark by the Board of Supervisors in 1993. The Landmarks Commission then erected an informational Kiosk […]

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Sierra Pacific Industries to close public access to California forestlands due to drought and wildfire risk

Anderson, CA – Due to the extreme drought conditions and increasing risk of wildfire, Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) will be closing its California forestlands to public access. This closure begins Fri., July 1, and will remain in effect until further notice. “Despite some of the late spring rains, California is experiencing the driest conditions it […]