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Sugar Bowl Hosts Fourth Annual "Shred the Love" Rail Jam March 3

Feb 27, 2012

DONNER SUMMIT, Calif. Feb. 25, 2012 - Sugar Bowl Resort is teaming up with Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) for the fourth annual "Shred the Love" benefit event this March 3, 2012. The resort will hold a rail jam contest in the Switching Yard Terrain ...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Why our community is politically purple

Feb 27, 2012

Here are 10 reasons and predictions why our community is politically purple: 1. Despite some predictable opposition, the pro-development Grass Valley City Council will still pass the historic preservation ordinance — 20 years in the making. Keeping your community unique is a valuable business asset. 2. GOP moderate Nate Beason will defeat Sue McGuire...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Why are some Republicans for Obama?

“About 20.2% of Republicans say they’d vote for Obama over Mitt Romney, with most of those (11.9%) saying they’d definitely vote for him,” according to the Republicans for Obama website. “The poll says there’s a margin of error of 3.44% here, but even if it’s twice that and 12 or 13% end up supporting...

Nevada City Advocate
Democratic Women’s Club

Feb 26, 2012

Nick and Amanda Wilcox, parents of the girl for whom "Laura's Law" was named, will speak about their efforts to prevent gun violence

Nevada City Advocate
Dine With Ladysmith Black Mambazo to Raise Funds for Hospitality House

Feb 26, 2012

Ladysmith Black Mambazo- a world renowned South African male choral group was founded in the 1960s by Joseph Shabalala who still leads today!

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Captain Von Trapp wins an Oscar in a modern-day role

Christopher Plummer tonight became the oldest actor to win an Oscar for his role as a 75-year-old gay father in “Beginners.” In fact, Plummer is 83 years old. The world is changing all around us. Congratulations to this octogenerian! I have...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
AP: “From Negro Creek to Wop Draw, names offend”

“From Negro Creek to Wop Draw, place names offend,” by the Associated Press, is published in the Bee this morning. It mentions the dispute in our county. An AP story like this circulates nationally. The story is here.

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
SES Foundation shooting blanks — again? This time on pension reform

SES Foundation shooting blanks — again? This time on pension reform

No sooner does the SES Foundation (our local hard-right ideologue think tank led by George Rebane and his like-minded, personal attack-minded friends) have a single community lecture under its belt, but it is back bashing government — with the same broad brush strokes. This time it is spreading misinformation and errors of omission about...

YubaNet.com
SYRCL Named a Beneficiary of Cycle the Sierra

Feb 25, 2012

February 25, 2012 - Cycle the Sierra, an annual cycling event that takes place in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California, has selected SYRCL as a beneficiary of their ride taking place this June. This fully supported, five-day journey takes...

YubaNet.com
Jim Wickham Selected as new Police Chief for Nevada City

Feb 25, 2012

February 24, 2012 - The selection process for a new Police Chief for Nevada City has been completed and Jim Wickham has been selected for the position by City Manager Dave Brennan. Mr. Wickham most recently served as Police Captain in the City of Mill...

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