Local News

Tea Party Active in Nevada County


The Nevada County Tea Party is one of the original groups formed by Tea Party co-founder and local resident, Mark Meckler in 2009, and currently has 1,524 members. Nevada County Tea Party Treasurer C.J. Bryant says the group is not … Read more >

Arrests made in Lake Wildwood Burglaries


Three people have been arrested and one suspect is still on the loose following a series of burglaries in Lake Wildwood. Nevada County Sheriff’s Lt. Bill Smethers says on Monday morning, October 20, the sheriff’s office had been notified of … Read more >

NID Limits Sale of Irrigation Water


The Nevada Irrigation District has suspended sale of fall season irrigation water in order to preserve more water in storage as a cushion against continued drought. NID Operations Manager Chip Close says the summer irrigation season closed a little over … Read more >

Domestic Violence Arrest By Alert Officer


An alleged suspect involved in a domestic violence issue is in custody following several days of eluding police. According to Lt. Steve Johnson says the incident began back on October 13 when officers responded to a domestic violence call at … Read more >

Youth of Nevada County to Rally in GV Today


The sidewalks of Grass valley will be packed with teens and supporters of youth activities in Nevada County Thursday evening. NEO Co-Director Halli Ellis, says the event is to draw awareness for a much needed youth center in western Grass … Read more >

Ribbon Cut on Dorsey Drive Interchange


A celebration designed not just for Grass Valley, but for western Nevada County. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the Dorsey Drive Interchange this morning… Listen to ribbon cutting Grass Valley Senior Civil Engineer Trisha Tillotson–getting to do the honors … Read more >

Parent University This Weekend


A group of community members are putting together experts to present a “Parent University” series of workshops this Saturday to empower parents of middle and high school age students with information, skills and resources. Grass Valley Police Officer Zack Laferriere … Read more >

Community Asked to go Online and Vote for State Farm Grant


Nevada Union High School has the opportunity to win up to $100 thousand dollars through a grant made available from State Farm Insurance. Click here to listen to Mike Bratton The web site is Celebrate My Drive dot com . … Read more >

The Story of Wolf Creek


The Wolf Creek Community Alliance is pleased to present a sneak preview screening of the new documentary “A Creek Runs Through It”, telling the ongoing story of the Wolf Creek Parkway. Click here to listen to Jonathan Keehn Jonathan Keehn … Read more >

John Doe Identified and Charged


A male subject who gave numerous false names to law enforcement ended up going to jail first as a John Doe… and eventually identified as Tyler Smith. Grass Valley Police Lt. Steve Johnson tells KNCO that calls of a man … Read more >