Summit Land Conservancy brings Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Park City
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival will be presented by the Summit Land Conservancy at the Jim Santy Auditorium on Thursday, April 24. The event will feature 13 films, ranging in length from two minutes to 27, that address issues such as environmentalism, clean water and the outdoors.
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Oil-Swishing Craze: Snake Oil or All-Purpose Remedy?
Allison Bennett of Palm City, Fla., plans to swish daily. Sloshing coconut oil around her mouth for a quarter of an hour every day will make her teeth whiter, she believes.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Truckee man, 54, arrested after hash-oil explosion at home
One man was arrested after being hurt Wednesday in a house explosion caused when a marijuana hash oil operation backfired, officials said.
Over the past month, Chico State students have put on a couple of campus demonstrations to highlight an advisory measure on the Associated Students ballot asking the University Foundation to divest from the fossil-fuel industry.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Nevada City homicide victim identified
Wednesday morning, the Nevada County Sheriff's Office was continuing to investigate the homicide with the assistance of the California Department of Justice Crime Lab, the Nevada County District Attorney's Office, and Nevada County Search and Rescue.
More Precious Than Gold- How Community Lost Its Water Supply
A film screening and panel discussion of the proposed re-opening of the San Juan Ridge Mine is happening Wednesday evening in Nevada City.
Victim Identified in Suspected Homicide
The victim in a suspected homicide that occurred on Banner Mountain Monday night has been identified.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Sheriff investigating Nevada City death as a homicide
A man’s death in Nevada City on Monday night is being investigated as a probable homicide, Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal said in a news release Tuesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Libraries help people change their lives
The young man who found a job after developing his resume and submitting online applications at the library.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Gold Rush-era matza eaters
'Go West" was loudly trumpeted throughout the United States following the discovery of gold in Sutter's Creek in 1848.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Spring yo-yo contest downtown is training ground for larger competitions
Robert Hanna, 12, of Nevada City, practices tricks before competing in the 1A division at the annual Nor-Cal Yo-Yo Classic at City Plaza on Saturday in Chico.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Nevada City Elks Host Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner
The Nevada City Elks Lodge is putting on a Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner and Elks House Committee member Janice Woolsey says they welcome all Law enforcement Officers, active or retired, to come enjoy a complimentary steak dinner so the Elks can show their appreciation.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Supervisors to Hear Blue Lead Mine Appeal
An appeal to the reopening of the Blue Lead Mine is on the agenda for the Nevada County Board of Supervisors meeting tomorrow.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Evan Strong Celebration Could Move Indoors
Nevada City's parade for Paralympic gold medalist Evan Strong tomorrow may not happen because of the weather, but even if it is canceled, there will still be a celebaration.
Caltrans Says I-80 Detour Not Like the Past
Caltrans promises it won't be anything like a project almost five years ago. A 36-million dollar Interstate 80 project begins in about a month that will require a two-night closure of I-80, and detours through Grass Valley and Nevada City.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Hints for gold prospectors
The search for gold still offers a special excitement for many people. They hope to "strike it rich" by panning gold.
Local Task Force Receives Funding for Biomass Study
The Nevada County Biomass Task force announces they have received a grant to do a feasibility study for building a Biomass facility in Western Nevada County, ideally within a 30 mile radius of the Nevada City - Grass Valley area.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Police Intern Program Highlights To Be Shared With City Council
Earlier this year the Grass Valley Police Department partnered with Sierra College to enlist students as Police Aides.
Nevada City Eyes Plastic Bag Ban
Nevada City has been considering adopting an ordinance to ban plastic bags, much like the one recently adopted by the Town of Truckee , as well as 103 other cities and counties in California.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Nevada City to Host Parade for Paralympian Gold Medalist Evan Strong
Nevada County became known as the heart of Gold Country due to the large quantities exported during the Gold Rush.