August 2018 Stories

The Deadbeats just keep on truckin’

  The music never stopped. It multiplied.

Bike park about to spring to life

 After years of planning, the dream of having a professionally built bike park in Penn Valley is close to becoming a reality  

Fife adds another hotel to portfolio

After purchasing the National, he adds the Holbrooke

Artistic community remembers the ‘ambassador’

 It was standing room only at the Open Book in Grass Valley as friends, musicians, actors and songwriters gathered on July 26 to celebrate the life of Albert Martinez. 

Robinson Plaza: The rest of the story

 In the summer of 1999, I met with fellow councilman Pat Dyer and told him about something I wanted to do. Pat agreed to support the idea –– provided I had the city attorney’s legal blessing.

Sports means contact and maybe concussions

 August means the Nevada County Fair is just around the corner, and on its heels, another school year is about to begin.  

Rotarian from Kazakhstan visits Nevada City

 The Nevada City Rotary Club recently played host to Lyazatt Alshinova, past president of the Astana Rotary in the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan.