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Watch Nevada City’s Fourth of July parade and Evan Strong on You Tube

Watch Nevada City’s Fourth of July parade and Evan Strong on You Tube

This month’s Fourth of July parade in Nevada City — the 112th in western Nevada County — featured Paralympic gold medalist Evan Strong as the Grand Marshal. Evan is a resident of Nevada City. The theme: “Nevada County: Explore the Outdoors.” Now you can watch it on You Tube:

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Kids’ contest takes aim at dog dodo

Jul 12, 2014

  Dog waste is a problem that is piling up on trails and Bear Yuba Land Trust and South Yuba River Citizens League are teaming

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Exhibit looks at California’s Civil War era

Jul 12, 2014

  “California and the Civil War,” a history exhibit by Richard Hurley and TJ Meekins, authors of “Queen of the Northern Mines,” continues in July at

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Local author releases second novel

Jul 12, 2014

“The Great Glass Sea,” the second book by Josh Weil of Nevada County, was released on July 1 and is now available at bookstores in

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CATS to show films on ‘Asians in Americas’

Jul 12, 2014

  Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra (CATS) will present a series of documentaries by the Center for Educational Telecommunications at 7 p.m. on July 22,

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Golden oldies to highlight show

Jul 12, 2014

Hippie Dance Party III to rock Stonehouse

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Summer Nights to shine in July in Nevada City

Jul 12, 2014

Once again Nevada City is takin’ it to the streets, as Summer Nights celebrates its 24th annual festival in the downtown historic district. The town

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New store goes global

Jul 12, 2014

Jagdish and Simone Schwinn are bringing a world view to their new business at 206 Main St. in Nevada City. The couple recently opened Shiva

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Annual beer bash on tap at fairgrounds

Jul 12, 2014

  Sierra BrewFest will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Aug. 23 with more than 100 hand-crafted beers being served at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass

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Former slaves broke color barrier in 1870

Jul 12, 2014

Fifty years ago this month, LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, aimed at implementing constitutional rights guaranteed by the 15th Amendment –– namely,

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