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No sooner had Hilary Hodge made her candidacy for District 3 Supervisor “official,” running against Dan Miller ( AKA “Dan has lived in Nevada County since he was a sophomore at Nevada Union High,” as Patti Ingram Spencer wants to … Continue reading
What a hoot! On June 25, The Union columnist George Boardman began his column quoting words from Nevada City manager Mark Prestwich on city policy. He must have been unaware that two days earlier, the Napa Valley Register wrote that Prestwich was … 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
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
One reason The Union is such a mediocre newspaper is that it has stacked its “editorial board” with selfish ideologues. In a politically diverse community such as ours, it serves to divide, not unite. Norm Sauer is one shining example. … Continue reading
“Our print subscriptions have plateaued along a line that would show a slight drop since the recession,” writes Publisher Don Rogers in his weekly column. “The drop is very, very slow, but yes, perceptible.” One reason is The Union’s choice … Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is the typical bull “you know what” from local hard-right political activist and blogger George Rebane. Contrary to what he has written below, here’s the kind of nasty remarks George has made about Anna Haynes, who created … Continue reading