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Editor’s note: Thanks to Sierra Stages for bringing this poignant production to town. “In October 1998, a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severely beaten, and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie … Continue reading
With our declining, aging population, it is news when someone moves here — in this case all the way from Beijing (and Hong Kong and San Francisco before that). I’m pleased to note that Kenneth Howe, a longtime journalist, and … Continue reading
Rebane once called STEAM education “specious”; now his TechTest is integrated into the local program
Local hard-right political activist Dr. George Rebane — a legend in his own mind — used to rant against STEAM education (a reasonable educational approach to learning that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics). One of the rants appeared … Continue reading
From an FBI investigation into his Russian ties, to the demise of the Health Care Replacement Act, it’s been a long week for our President! Let’s hope he gets out on the golf course. lol. (Photo: Facebook)
This is from Facebook: A Good Share! Pass it on: I am sending this email to inform everyone of a service you have on campus called the “NU Clothes Closet”. This is a boutique like space, created in one of … Continue reading
From the blog of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: The Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum recorded record attendance in 2016. “Our visitor totals (7,788) were an increase of 2,269 from 2015 totals; rail bus operations were the major reason for the … Continue reading
Enterprising local Hilary Hodge (social media marketing manager, writer, and executive director of Sierra Commons) volunteered to launch and manage a Twitter feed for the Democratic Party of Nevada County just two months ago, and the account is now receiving national … Continue reading