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A need to express all opinions without being singled out

A need to express all opinions without being singled out

Editor’s note: This is the second such letter rebutting some inappropriate remarks made by The Union’s publisher in his weekly column. I had expressed this view from the get-go. A better path would have been for Jim to rethink what … Continue reading

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Study: Livestock Grazing on Public Lands Cost Taxpayers $1 Billion Over Past Decade

Jan 30, 2015
Study: Livestock Grazing on Public Lands Cost Taxpayers $1 Billion Over Past Decade

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Sunny, dry and very warm weekend ahead – a chance for real rain next weekend, maybe

Jan 30, 2015
Sunny, dry and very warm weekend ahead – a chance for real rain next weekend, maybe

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Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
A call for economic diversity and to attract the urban Millennials

A call for economic diversity and to attract the urban Millennials

To be sure, the Nevada County Economic Resource Council is seeking to do the “right thing.” Its annual Summit featured some thoughtful speakers. But it is an uphill battle. Outside people were handing out State of Jefferson literature to attendees, … Continue reading

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

From the current issue of  Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: Last year we wrote about an emerging food lovers’ neighborhood on lower Commercial Street in downtown Nevada City, anchored by the farmers market, annual farm-to-table banquet, the Boardwalk and the new Three … Continue reading

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
KVMR & Nevada Theatre: The Bridge Street Project

KVMR & Nevada Theatre: The Bridge Street Project

From the current issue of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: KVMR 89.5 Community Radio and the Nevada Theatre Commission, assisted by the community at large, collaborated to build an 8,000 sq.-ft. building behind the historic theater at the corner of Bridge and … Continue reading

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

LAST YEAR WE WROTE ABOUT an emerging food lovers’ neighborhood on lower Commercial Street in downtown Nevada City, anchored by the farmers market, annual farm-to-table banquet, the Boardwalk and the new Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Co. In the new year, across town, the Spring Street neighborhood is being revitalized. This includes a new building...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
KVMR & Nevada Theatre: The Bridge Street Project

KVMR & Nevada Theatre: The Bridge Street Project

KVMR 89.5 Community Radio and the Nevada Theatre Commission, assisted by the community at large, collaborated to build an 8,000 sq.-ft. building behind the historic theater at the corner of Bridge and Spring streets in Nevada City. It creates a new home for the award winning radio station and adds needed backstage space to...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Live Wire Products to relocate to Penn Valley from Marysville

Live Wire Products to relocate to Penn Valley from Marysville

Live Wire Products is relocating to Penn Valley from Marysville. The fencing company has five employees. Live Wire Products, Inc began in 1976 in Rough and Ready. Following the devastating 49er fire in 1988, business recovery demanded a new location for Live … Continue reading

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Central Valley Water Board Proposes $440,440 Penalty for Yuba-Sutter Landfill

Jan 29, 2015

SACRAMENTO, Jan. 29, 2015 – The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board has proposed a $440,440 penalty against Recology, Inc. for water quality violations at its Yuba-Sutter Landfill near Marysville.

The Yuba-Sutter Landfill is a closed facility located next to the Yuba River where Recology operates a transfer station and a...

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