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Sightings of Bears and other wildlife seem to be on the increase in Nevada County and one reason for that may be the drought.
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The Fire Safe Council of Nevada County has received two grants from Pacific Gas and Electric company.
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Setora Qassim of the L.A-based law firm Geragos & Geragos consults Monday with Nevada County holistic physician Harvey Bigelsen after his arraignment in Nevada County Superior Court.
A new court is in the works in Nevada County. Much like Drug Court that developed out of the idea to rehabilitate rather than incarcerate those addicted to drugs, the new court will deal with so called Quality of Life problems, like panhandling, loitering, public drunkenness or illegal camping.
George Loftus, owner of Sun Smile Farms, in this file photo stands in a section of his cherry orchards west of Grass Valley.
The deadline to turn in entry forms to enter an exhibit in the Nevada County was supposed to be today, but it has been extended to Monday July21st..
The Nevada County Democrats voted on Thursday to endorse Measure S, the Medical Marijuana ordinance on the Nevada County ballot in November 2014, according to a news release from Democratic Central Committee Chair Jim Firth.
A 2002 state law that gives counties a valuable tool in dealing with individuals suffering from severe mental illness is finally gaining broad use.
The home was saved, a wildfire was prevented, but a garage was destroyed. The Nevada County Consolidated Fire Department received a call last night of a structure fire in Alta Sierra.
After all, as it has long been said, everyone has a story to share. And, as you might imagine, I love stories.
The Nevada County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in locating a 69-year-old man reported missing in the Jackson Meadows area.
From left, Esther Morales, DeeDee Mildbrand, and Georgine Wasle,all volunteers for Friends of Hospice, dish up food for Breakfast in the Park Sunday morning at the Nevada City Elks Lodge.
It's about midway through the outdoor harvest season right now, and narcotics agents have been dealing with a lot of marijuana-related crime, and expect more to come.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:28 pm
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