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LaMalfa Town Hall shows continued shift to the left in local politics

A theme on this blog last year was that elections results are pointing to a shift to the left in local politics. Though much of the local hard right is in denial — including the human global warming naysayers— the handwriting … Continue reading

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Scoop: Downtown Grass Valley to get its first full-fledged brewery and taproom

From the blog of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: Last August, our magazine reported that a group of locals was actively seeking to open Grass Valley Brewing Co. in the historic downtown. Now more details are emerging: the group is seeking to … Continue reading

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SBC takes over Gold Country Broadband Consortium

This is from the Sierra Business Council’s March newsletter: “SBC is excited to begin work on the Gold Country Broadband Consortium. Taking over from SEDCorp, SBC is now the facilitator of a California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) grant to launch … Continue reading

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Ides of March

Ha! (Source: Facebook)  

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Study: Breitbart-led right-wing media ecosystem altered broader media agenda

“A major new study of social-media sharing patterns shows that political polarization is more common among conservatives than liberals — and that the exaggerations and falsehoods emanating from right-wing media outlets such as Breitbart News have infected mainstream discourse,” according … Continue reading

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Local: Rightwing activist Bessee seeking to micro-manage the LaMalfa town hall meeting

This was posted on Reinette Senum’s Facebook page: “Sadly, it looks like a lot of shenanigans are going to be happening at this Saturday’s Town Hall with Doug LaMalfa. “This comes via one of our Indivisible Women: “Just had a … Continue reading

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Carvilles revamp Club Sierra into a state-of-the-art South Yuba Club

I celebrated a “50-something” Birthday this afternoon with first swim in the indoor pool at old “Club Sierra” where I used to swim since the Carvilles (Mike Carville, Phil Carville, Belinda Rush Carville and Nell Esterhazy Scannon) have refurbished it … Continue reading

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