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Scoop: Las Katarinas in Nevada City is closing — a chance it will reopen elsewhere

Scoop: Las Katarinas in Nevada City is closing  — a chance it will reopen elsewhere

Las Katarinas Mexican restaurant, a fixture on Broad Street in Nevada City for the past 10 years, is closing its doors after Labor Day, though it might reopen elsewhere, according to co-owner Dave Francis. The restaurant at 311 Broad St. (whose name … Continue reading

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Sierra Stages presents “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” in Grass Valley

Sierra Stages presents “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” in Grass Valley

Sierra Stages is proud to present the classic Off-Broadway musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown with book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner, based on the comic strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz, for four weekends only from September 18 through October 12 at the intimate Off Center Stage in Grass Valley. You’re a...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Scoop: Optimism grows for 1G internet in our county

Scoop: Optimism grows for 1G internet in our county

Optimism for an ultra-fast 1 gigabit internet and data speed via fiber optic called the Bright Fiber Network to serve 3,000 customers in our western county is growing, Sierra Foothills Report has learned. It comes as other broadband projects for … Continue reading

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Food & Wine Festivals this summer and fall

Food & Wine Festivals this summer and fall

For savory eats and boutique wines, these festivals and wine walks deliver with eclectic tastings, hands-on cooking demos and breathtaking venues. LAKE TAHOE AUTUMN FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL The 29th annual Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival on September 5-7 p.m. at the Village at Northstar features three days of cooking seminars, culinary competitions, wine and...

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Check out Truckee in September!

Check out Truckee in September!

Truckee Offers an Array of Colorful Events and Activities this September Located near the Sierra Nevada crest at almost six-thousand feet, the historic town of Truckee is amazingly picturesque during autumn, when the air is crisp, the sun bright and the tree-covered mountains become a patchwork of warm and vibrant colors. Perfect weather for hiking,...

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Warm and dry, a little above normal temperatures

Aug 31, 2014
Warm and dry, a little above normal temperatures

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Race deserves more attention, not less — in our community and elsewhere

Race deserves more attention, not less — in our community and elsewhere

“Many white Americans say they are fed up with the coverage of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. A plurality of whites in a recent Pew survey said that the issue of race is getting more attention than it … Continue reading

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ATV accident in North San Juan – patient airlifted

Aug 30, 2014

During North San Juan fire departments open house and first annual life jacket give away, we got called out for a ATV accident in the far eastern part of our district. The ATV driver was located 3 miles down a dirt road with multiple injuries from c...

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Cal Bears singing a different tune this season?

Cal Bears singing a different tune this season?

I went to undergraduate school at Cal and to graduate school at Northwestern, and the two teams were playing each other today to kick off the college football season. I was only half interested, however, thanks to the great outdoor … Continue reading

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The Night Stalkers

The Night Stalkers

I’ve been cyberstalked this week for writing about the new Union publisher’s politics — conservative. It got worse when I mentioned former publisher Jeff Ackerman’s column this week out of the Roseburg, Ore., community newspaper, titled, “It’s time to put your … Continue reading

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