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“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 >

Precious Metals Dealer Held on 1 Million Dollar Bail


Local precious metals dealer Greg Arnoldi back in jail held on 1,000,000 dollar bail. Nevada County District Attorney Cliff Newell says Arnoldi, owner of Grass Valley Gold and Silver, had made his 100,000 dollar bail following an arraignment Wednesday for … Read more >

Scooter’s Pals Adopt-a-thon Saturday


Another opportunity find a dog that somebody else could not keep. Scooters Pals is having an adopt-a-thon on Saturday at PETCO from 11-3. Click here to listen to Susan Wallace Executive Director Susan Wallace says that Scooter’s Pals has a … Read more >

Nevada County Fair CEO Application Opens


The Nevada County Fairgrounds is looking to higher a new Chief Executive Officer. Current CEO, Sandy Woods, is retiring and the Fairgrounds Board of Directors has enlisted the assistance of Ralph Andersen and Associates to find her replacement. The person … Read more >

LaMalfa: Presidential Spending Plan Does Not Balance


As Congress struggles to pass a spending bill to continue funding Homeland Security, Nevada County’s Congressman, Doug LaMalfa, sasy the rest of the President’s budget doesn’t line up. Click here to listen to Congressman Doug LaMalfa LaMalfa says that an … Read more >

World Record Spotted Bass Caught at Bullards Bar


The world’s largest spotted bass known to date, caught at a local reservoir on February 21st. Click here to listen to Lou Ferrante Fisherman, 74 year old Lou Ferrante says the only thing waiting is the official weight. the scale … Read more >

40 Trees Cut in Penn Valley


Forty trees cut without permission in Penn Valley over the weekend. Click here to listen to Brian Foss According to Nevada County Planning Director, Brian Foss, the trees were cleared by a company hired by Gateway Center in Penn Valley … Read more >