12 hrs ago
Small spot fire on Sutton Way
Firefighters establishing a line around the edge of a spot fire that started just behind the Glenbrook apartment complex on Sutton Way. The fire was contained at less than one quarter of an acre, and personnel on scene were mopping up in less than an hour.
20 hrs ago
AJA Releases CION Teaser Reel
AJA Video Systems released a new teaser reel shot using the CION camera in Grass Valley and Nevada City area. Shooting took place over three days during the first week of September 2014.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
48th annual Nevada City Constitution Day Parade concludes weekend of festivities
Log in with a subscription to read the full story. Each user who logs in with a subscription will be entered in a monthly drawing.* The 48th Annual Constitution Day Parade, Nevada City's Constitution Day Parade has been a local tradition since 1967, and had over 100 entries.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Our View: Nevada City reminds us to revere our rights with each Constitution Day celebration
It's long been said that Nevada City sure loves a party, whether with large or small scale celebrations. Over the course of a calendar year, whether to celebrate Mardi Gras, the Nevada City Classic bike race, or the Fourth of July, large crowds line the sidewalks to cheer on those parading down the city's streets.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Jewish Community Center Hosts Deli Night
There's no Jewish Deli in Nevada County, but you can get some good deli food this weekend. The Jewish Community Center is hosting its annual Deli Night tomorrow at the Nevada City Elks Lodge.
Constitution Day Celebrated in Nevada City
The 48th annual Constitution Day celebration tops a weekend of festivities in Nevada City starting Friday with the The Delaware Regiment of the Brigade of the American Revolution offering living history demonstrations of Revolutionary War soldiers drilling and firing, music by the California Consolidated Drum Band, and colonial life living history all in Pioneer Park Friday through Sunday. Nevada County Court Executive Officer Sean Metroka says this is their second year of being here.
Sleeping bags found at Nevada City fire site
Sleeping bags, old fire pits and other signs of a transient encampment were found at or near the site of Sunday's 5-acre fire in Nevada City , a fire official said. "We were told there were some people living out there," said Nevada County Consolidated Deputy Fire Marshal Terry McMahan.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Nevada City To Discuss Getting a Police Dog
It's a discussion many parents have had with their children, and now Nevada City is having that talk with its police department-whether or not to get a dog City Manager Mark Prestwich says the exploratory discussions will take place at the City Council meeting tonight. The item is under 'new business' in the meeting agenda.
DMV Needs to Stop Robbing Taxpayers
If you recently purchased a car from a private party, you may have paid too much tax to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. I've been hearing complaints from constituents that DMV charged them a higher city tax rate when they don't actually live within city boundaries.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Running to End Hunger
Over a hundred runners and walkers hit the streets and trails of Nevada City Saturday as part of the 6th Annual Run to End Hunger. The proceeds from the 5 or 10 K event go to support the Nevada County Food Bank.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
5-acre vegetation fire outside of Nevada City nearing containment
Cal Fire drops retardant from the sky to knock down the fire's flames and allow firefighters on the ground to gain containment A helipcopter lifts off from Pioneer Park's staging area to help battle the vegetation fire just outside Nevada City. A helipcopter lifts off from Pioneer Park's staging area to help battle the vegetation fire just outside Nevada City.
6:20 Update- Nevada City Fire on Red Dog/Gracie Rd.
A vegetation fire that broke out around 4:30 on Lower end of Gracie Rd, Caledonia Way and Silva Avenue in Nevada City has grown to approximately 7-8 acres. The fire is burning in heavy brush and timber .
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Wildlife Rehabilitation Fundraiser Saturday
An organization focused on rehabilitating injured wild animals is seeking help from the public. The fourth annual, "Where the Wild Things Are - Celebration and Benefit" for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release will be held at Prospector Nursery in Nevada City on September 6 from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
The Daily Republic
Vacaville teen shows filmmaking chops
He co-teaches a film class, had a video he made shown at the White House and this weekend the Nevada City Film Fest will include "XTAL," a post-apocalyptic short by Jason Carman. A nice resume for any filmmaker - and something more for the 14-year-old freshman at Vacaville Christian School whose own favorite movies include "Saving Mr. Banks," the 2013 film about the making of "Mary Poppins."
6th Annual Race to End Hunger
There's another opportunity to help feed the hungry in Nevada County. The 6th Annual Race to End Hunger benefiting the Nevada County Food Bank is Saturday morning.
Nevada County Consolidated Fire District still in red over next 5 years - but not as much as before
Nevada County Consolidated Fire District is still projecting red ink over the next five years, but much less so than a year ago. "This tells us we have a little bit of work to do," said Consolidated Finance Manager Jeff Van Groningen, after the district's finance committee approved a preliminary five-year projection and a 2014-15 budget on Wednesday.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Film Festival Opens Tonight
A Sacramento Newspaper has called it the 'Sundance of the Sierra', and a Bay Area television station has referred to it as one of the fun and funkiest film festivals in California.The Nevada City Film Festival gets underway tonight. The 14th annual event is based at the Miners Foundry, but has also expanded this year to two shows and some workshops at The Haven Underground.
Tahoe Daily Tribune
New Tahoe-Truckee bus option offers older adults rides to Sac, Reno
Exact change is required. TRUCKEE, Calif. - Older adults who struggle with securing transportation to regional and out-of-the-area destinations have a new option.
Music lover bequeaths $1.16M to local classical-music groups
J. David Ramsey, a music lover and long-retired civil engineer and employee of the U.S. Forest Service, bequeathed $1.16 million to support classical music in the Sacramento region. The Sacramento Region Community Foundation announced Wednesday it received a bequest of $1.5 million, with $1.16 million of it directed to support classical music in the Sacramento region.
Red Bluff Daily News
Wild & Scenic Film Festival coming to Red Bluff
RED BLUFF >> The Sacramento River Discovery Center and the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County have partnered to host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour in Red Bluff. A selection of films will show at The State Theatre 6-9:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. It promises to be an evening of breathtaking, thought-provoking and inspiring environmental and adventure films for the whole family.