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  1. Nevada County Consolidated Fire District mulls details of 2015-16 budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Union

    Nevada County Consolidated Fire District officials will get public feedback on the potential sweet spot of special tax increases in next year's budget, they decided this week. Members of the district's finance committee met Thursday and agreed to entertain feedback from the district's Citizens Oversight Committee regarding special tax increases in the draft 2015-16 budget.

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  2. Court Wrap: Restitution hearing postponed in Yeoman casesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Union

    Jennifer Ashley Yeoman, 28, already has been sentenced to five years in prison after taking a plea agreement in three separate cases involving identity theft, embezzlement and insurance fraud. She will serve 30 months of that prison sentence locally and then have 30 months of mandatory supervision.

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  3. Nevada County opens public comment period for revised Dollar General store in Alta SierraRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Union

    Nevada County on Friday posted revised draft plans for a Dollar General store in Alta Sierra, launching a month-long public comment period. "Comments must be received by 5 p.m. on the last day of the comment period, June 22," said Tyler Barrington, Nevada County Principal Planner in the lengthy documents now posted online .

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  4. Nevada County groups seek remembrance, honor with Memorial Day Plaque TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Union

    The plaque on the Washington Street bridge honors Phillip A. Tritson of Nevada City. Friends of Nevada County Military will be celebrating the memory of 15 area soldiers with the fourth annual Local Heroes' Memorial Bridge Tours The plaque on the Washington Street bridge honors Phillip A. Tritson of Nevada City.

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  5. KVMR promotes Chiarelli to general managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    The KVMR board of directors has named Julie Chiarelli to serve as the community radio station's general manager. Chiarelli joined the KVMR staff in 2011 as its business manager, and has been the interim general manager since January.

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  6. The KVMR board of directors has named Julie Chiarelli to serve as the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    The KVMR board of directors has named Julie Chiarelli to serve as the community radio station's general manager. Chiarelli joined the KVMR staff in 2011 as its business manager, and has been the interim general manager since January."

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  7. Cultivating the wild: Groups team up to teach Earth Skills Field SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    HAALo and 4eee is coming together to teach a five part Earth Skills workshop to increase people's connection to the land through practical know how about native plants and their uses. HAALo and 4eee is coming together to teach a five part Earth Skills workshop to increase people's connection to the land through practical know how about native plants and their uses.

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  8. CHP to conduct sobriety/driver license checkpointRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    The Grass Valley office of the California Highway Patrol will conduct a sobriety/driver license checkpoint on Saturday, somewhere within western Nevada County. The funding of this checkpoint is made possible through a grant obtained from the California Office of Traffic Safety and will be staffed by personnel from Nevada County Avoid the Five .

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  9. Stuart Lauters is sworn onto the Nevada City Planning Commission Thursday afternoon.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    The Nevada City Planning Commission on Thursday discussed the city's new architectural review draft design guidelines, and swore in Stuart Lauters, a new commissioner appointed by city council member Evans Phelps. "I'm happy to be here," Lauters said.

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  10. Nevada City Council awards sewer and water project bidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    The Nevada City Council has awarded more than $388,000 in project bids for the installation of new water meters in the town of Washington, and construction services on a new sewer main on Nimrod Street. "In terms of our projects, we're always interested in investing in our infrastructure and this is an example of a project that will benefit the community," City Manager Mark Prestwich said.

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  11. Nevada City entrepreneur takes on national Women Startup Challenge | TheUnion.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Union

    Brenda Horton, 51, is one of about 180 participants in the Women Startup Challenge, a nationwide competition designed to help women-led businesses gain funding and exposure. Brenda Horton, 51, is one of about 180 participants in the Women Startup Challenge, a nationwide competition designed to help women-led businesses gain funding and exposure.

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  12. Mountain bike enthusiasts wanted for endurance ride SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Union

    Rick Kalb gets ready to lead a group of mountain bikers on the trail, where the 17th annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Endurance Ride takes place Saturday. The 17th annual Mountain Bike Endurance Ride on Saturday is a primary fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nevada County.

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  13. Nevada City Planning Commission to swear in new memberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Union

    The Nevada City Planning Commission will go over the city's new architectural review draft design guidelines today, and swear in a new member, Stuart Lauters, who will replace commissioner Bernice Gonzalez. "Bernice moved away, she's accepted a planning job in a county in Canada," City Planner Cindy Siegfried said.

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  14. Nevada County OKs new landscaping plan for Gateway Center in Penn ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Union

    The new owner of Gateway Center in Penn Valley won approval this week for a revised landscaping plan that includes replacing 44 trees that were cut down earlier this year. Nevada County Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday i n favor of the revised landscaping plan submitted by Sacramento-based Ethan Conrad Properties Inc. - but not before requesting various guarantees on maintenance and planting.

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  15. Jim Hemig: Nurturing our resourcesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Union

    Like thousands of others, I attended the Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show at the Nevada County Fairgrounds two weeks ago. I remember admiring the amazing scenery.

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  16. Nevada City energy plan approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Union

    Nevada City Council members unanimously approved a city-wide energy action plan Wednesday night presented by the Sierra Business Council, and funded in partnership with PG&E, that boasts a 28 percent reduction in electrical energy, and a 10 percent drop in natural gas use, by 2020. "This is a voluntary plan, this is advice given that we've asked for," Mayor Terri Andersen said.

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  17. Sands Hall, Nory Fussell to perform Friday in Nevada CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Union

    Veteran concert producer and musician Paul Emery presents singer-songwriters Sands Hall and Nory Fussell in concert Friday at the historic Nevada Theatre. Friday night's show celebrates both Hall and Fussell's debut albums and features special guest appearances from Murray Campbell, Pat Jacobsen, Louis B. Jones, Maggie McKaig, Randy McKean, Bob Polucha, Elena Rayo, Saul Rayo, Richard Thomas, Ann Meigs, and Luke Wilson.

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  18. Pet owners struggle to find rentals in Nevada CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Union

    Linda Schrader, 73, shown here with her standard poodle Lola, recently sold her Alta Sierra home and is having trouble finding a pet-friendly rental within the county. Linda Schrader, 73, shown here with her standard poodle Lola, recently sold her Alta Sierra home and is having trouble finding a pet-friendly rental within the county.

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  19. Nevada City swears in new police officer, approves county traffic analysisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | The Union

    The Nevada City Council approved an interagency contract with the Nevada County Transportation Commission, and held a brief ceremony Wednesday to swear in a new reserve police officer. Officer Angela Ford, a 30-year law enforcement veteran from Placer County, was sworn in, thanking council members and community residents for entrusting her to serve the city.

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  20. Nevada County farmers offer up garden seedlings this MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Union

    Aleta Barrett of Starbright Acres Family Farm shows off rows of vegetable starts ready for sale now through the month of May. It's planting time! A number of local farms are offering up seedlings this May to get the garden going.

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