Monthly Archives: November 2016

Better late…

After almost 12 years in office and a few months before the end of his final term, Supervisor Nate Beason decided it’s time to tackle the affordable housing issue.

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…than never

Ten years after the idea surfaced, the Grass Valley City Council looked at a conceptual design for an entry way monument. The design received mixed reviews and will probably need more work.

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The media should quit begging and whining, and just do its job

Some of the biggest names in television news made a pilgrimage to Trump Tower the other day to try to get in the good graces of President-elect Donald Trump. By all accounts, the meeting did not go particularly well. Trump … Continue reading

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Trump may have thrown sheriff, supervisors a lifeline

Sheriff Keith Royal and a majority of the Nevada County ¬†Board of Supervisors have been trying to ignore the 800-pound gorilla in the corner of the room sparking a fattie, hoping the twin issues of medical and recreational pot would … Continue reading

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NU, Bear River watching playoffs from the stands

The high school football playoffs started last night–a day earlier than usual because a lot of schools didn’t want to play on Veterans Day–and our two local schools are watching the action from the stands. Nevada Union and Bear River … Continue reading

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Democrats abandoned the white working class, but the Republicans will exploit them

They probably don’t want to hear it right now, but the people who voted for Donald Trump because they believe he will improve their economic situation better be careful what they wish for. We’re told that Trump’s unexpected victory was … Continue reading

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