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A Sense of Place

From the winter issue of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: “The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep. And miles to go before I sleep.” – Robert Frost in Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening FEW … Continue reading

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Did Facebook just sign the death warrant for the smartphone?

“It’s no secret Mark Zuckerberg is pinning Facebook’s prospects on augmented reality — technology that overlays digital imagery onto the real world, like Snapchat’s signature camera filters,” as Business Insider is reporting. “At this year’s F8 conference, taking place this … Continue reading

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Stone House “soft opening” is Wednesday

More details in the spring issue of our magazine, circulating at the end of the week.

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CNN source: Fox News and Bill O’Reilly are talking exit

“Fox News will no longer even respond to questions about whether Bill O’Reilly will return to his show,” according to CNN. “A well-placed source said Tuesday afternoon that representatives for Fox and O’Reilly have begun talking about an exit. But … Continue reading

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“Good old boys” business marketing returns to our towns

“Good old boys” business marketing is back in western Nevada County with the Economic Resource Council, Regional Chambers and The Union teaming up on a “brand new publication that will be a complete guide to opening and operating a successful … Continue reading

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Visiting Mexico City for Spring Break — with extra political baggage

Raising your teenager in a small town is a double-edged sword. Small towns are tight knit, friendly and ours is surrounded by the Great Outdoors for swimming, hiking, fishing and sailing. The schools are solid, and some, such as Ghidotti … Continue reading

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Bear River named one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® for 2017

“One of the great rivers of the Sierra Nevada, the Bear River supports Native American culture, fish and wildlife and community recreation. Much of the watershed has been dammed and developed for water supply and energy production, making the few … Continue reading

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