Monthly Archives: April 2014

Recruiting in the 415 and 510? Good luck with that

The Economic Resource Council has concluded that much of our growth will come from the recruitment of small, growing companies in the 415 and 510 area codes. They will be lured here by Nevada County’s natural lifestyle and small town … Continue reading

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Maybe the GOP should rethink its mid-term strategy

People apparently like the idea of medical insurance so much that not even bumbling government bureaucrats couldn’t stop them from meeting the initial enrollment projections for ObamaCare. A late surge at the end of open enrollment March 31–naturally, the government’s … Continue reading

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Frequently wrong, but never in doubt

Like all opinionated sports fans, I’m frequently wrong but never in doubt when making predictions. That would explain in part my miserable performance to date picking winners in the NCAA Tournament. To recap: I predicted Stanford would go out in … Continue reading

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Observations from the center stripe: Good news (?) edition

WHY IS it good news that the federal Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program serves more than 50 percent of the babies born in the county? Either the rules are too lenient or there are more poor people here than … Continue reading

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