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  • April 2018

    Yuba Bus charters a new path

    Shuttle service gets traction in its second year

    Elementary school gets new tenant

    Growing Sierra Academy moves to Nevada City

    Helling Making a name for herself

    Madelyn Helling creates a legacy of giving back

    Council considers busking ordinance

    Street musician wants licenses issued in Nevada City

    The magic remains for Off Broadstreet

    Theater has been doing its way for 30 years

    Miners Foundry helps them find their voice

    Community sing event looking for its next pop-up choir

    UC conceived in 1853 in Nevada City

    A meeting of the minds led to the creation of state university system 

    On the trail of the area’s old trains

    Man’s lifelong passion results in a new book 

    Dr. Roger Hicks: To Your Health

     Don’t let allergies put
    a damper on spring

    Pregnancy massage training session to be held

    Chula Gemignani will hold a five-day prenatal training session in two separate weekends that begins on April 20 at the Cedar Ridge Center in Grass Valley. 

    Around Town

    Rotary winners

    Big Brothers, Big Sisters
    Memorial event

    Choir to perform May 5

    The annual spring concert of the Grass Valley Male Voice Choir that features songs by Gershwin, Rogers and Hammerstein, Irving Berlin and Andrew Lloyd Webber will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, at Sierra Presbyterian Church. 

    U.N. Association explores social media hacking

    If you were one of the 50 million people targeted in the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scheme, you probably received deceptive or outright false information about the 2016 presidential candidates and the election process, according to Katherine Scourtes, the newly elected president of the Golden Empire chapter (Nevada County) of the United Nations Association USA (UNA-USA).


    The Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum’s summer season begins April 28 with the annual commencement of the popular railbus rides.  In celebration of the museum’s 15th year, plans are in place to operate both of the museum’s fully-restored railbuses, the Donna Jeanne and the recently refurbished Sarah Kidder.