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Marijuana Grower Faces Fish and Wildlife Code Violations


A marijuana grower who is charged with illegally diverting water and polluting the landscape and a creek with toxic chemicals has been  arraigned in Nevada County Superior court.   click here to listen to Cliff Newell Nevada County District Attorney Cliff … Read more >

Food Distribution Continues on San Juan Ridge


It started as an emergency measure back in December, but the North Gold Senior Mountaineers are continuing to work with the Food Bank of Nevada County to bring a monthly food distribution to North San Juan. The Food Bank stopped … Read more >

Lake Wildwood Burglary Suspect Photo Released


The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information regarding a Burglary suspect in the Lake Wildwood area. The burglary occurred during the late part of February 2015. The suspect is described as a white male adult, approximately 40-50 years of … Read more >

Snowpack Still Bad Despite Recent Storm


The weekend storm that brought snow to the higher elevations has helped the Sierra Snowpack, but it’s not known yet how much it’s helped out. The Nevada Irrigation District took their latest snow survey last week, just before the storm … Read more >

CoRR Receives Smoking Cessation Grant from CVS


Community Recovery resources will be launching a new smoking cessation program for their clients and for the community, thanks to a grant from CVS Health. click here to listen to Jeff Garbe Jeff Garbe the Community Relations Director for CVS … Read more >

Suspect Arrested on Burglary and Sex with Minor Charges


A man wanted in connection with a reported break-in and burglary of a Nevada City Restaurant has also been identified as a suspect wanted by Grass Valley Police for having a sexual relationship with a child under the age of … Read more >

“Secret” Bowling Facility Features Old-School System


It’s a little known fact, and one of the best kept secrets in Grass Valley… a bowling alley in a historic building. The Grass Valley Veteran’s Building has four lanes in the basement. What is special about the lanes is … Read more >

Congressman Wants Project XL Pipeline to Move Forward


Congress wants it but the President says no. It being an oil pipeline that would transfer crude oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. The President Tuesday vetoing a bipartisan bill that was sent from Congress to the President. … Read more >

Dorsey Drive Interchange Wins Engineering Award


The Dorsey Drive Interchange project has been selected as an Outstanding Project Winner for 2014 by the American Society of Civil Engineers Sacramento section. Nevada County Transportation Commission Executive Director Dan Landon says it was a long process from the … Read more >

Fast Internet Slow to Get to County-But it’s Coming


It may seem that high speed internet is taking it’s slow, slow time reaching all of Nevada County. But John Paul, the CEO of Spiral Internet in Nevada City says things are still happening outside of public view. click here … Read more >