Headlines for tomorrow, Friday (video)  | TheUnion.com

Headlines for tomorrow, Friday (video) 

Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the Sept. 14 edition of The Union:

— Penn Valley soldier Brandon Walden takes his first physical steps toward recovery in Texas, as he battles back from being shot during military duty in Afghanistan

On Saturday, Sept. 15, the Nevada City Elks Club will hold a benefit spaghetti dinner for the family, said Penn Valley resident Louis Cappello, who is helping to organize the event.

— Christopher Stevens, an American diplomat who was killed during Tuesday’s attack in Libya was born in Grass Valley.

He was the son of Jan Stevens, who graduated from Grass Valley High School in 1951 and went on to work in the California Attorney General’s Office.

— More than 600 South Yuba River Citizens League volunteers are expected to come out to area watersheds this weekend to help with the 15th annual Greater Yuba River Cleanup and Restoration Day efforts.

“This is the largest one-day restoration effort that takes place in this community,” said Miriam Limov, who coordinates the volunteer effort on behalf of SYRCL.

— And in Sports, get your game on with preview stories of Friday night’s high school football action, as the Nevada Union Miners (2-1) host the Chico Panthers(2-0) at Hooper Stadium in Grass Valley and the Bear River Bruins (2-0) entertain the Highlands Scots (1-2) at J. David Ramsey Stadium in south county. Of course, for those unable to attend you’ll also be able to follow Friday night’s action live at TheUnion.com via Preps Plus Live!, which kicks off at 6:45 p.m. each week.

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