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January Stories

Mine Shaft owner notches 40 years


Bryce Lee plans to keep on serving Nevada City

Taylor brings versatility to center stage


Nevada City man keeps the historic Nevada Theatre humming 

Carving his own niche one piece at a time


 Ray Kinman found his groove with woodcarving 

Wild & Scenic Film Festival starts Jan. 17


 The Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns this month to Nevada City for a 17th year bringing the best and brightest environmental and adventure films 

Aerial dancer keeps the bar high


  “Once I hit the ground, I knew it,” Tresa Honaker said of the 2012 injury that left her paralyzed. “I couldn’t move.”

To Your Health


 Late fall and winter not only bring us cooler temperatures with rain, snow and the end of fire season, but also colds, flu and bronchitis.  

Group stitches together a growing enterprise


 Kurt Sandiforth, owner of Beowulf Industrial Sewing, likes the “chunkier” side of textile work  

Men tap into Grass Valley dining market


  Jernigan’s owner, Texas man run Roost Scratch Kitchen 

Our History


 Hoover worked here before an ill-fated term in the White House 

‘Make Believe’ opens Jan. 25 in Nevada City


 The theatrical debut and world premier of “Make Believe” by Dalrymple MacAlpin opens Jan. 25  

Fairgrounds names Eidman its new CEO


 Patrick Eidman is the new chief executive officer of the Nevada County Fairgrounds 

Love Walk to be held Jan. 21 in Grass Valley

 Love Walk 2: A Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 21, in Grass Valley