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Burn permits for Nevada County residents outside of cities will be suspended as of 8 a.m. Monday according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

The department urges all effected residents to do their brush clearing and permitted burning this weekend before Monday morning’s deadline, or face fines thereafter.

The suspension was put into effect due to dry conditions in the state and anticipation of a long and difficult fire fighting season. The suspension will be in effect until enough rains decrease the dryness this fall.



For more information on fire safety, see the department’s Web site at http://www.fire.ca.gov.

Child Advocates gets new server




At Child Advocates of Nevada County, the computers work just as hard as the staff. Recently, however, due to aging technology, the computer system has had some trouble keeping up.

With help from AT&T, that is all about to change. On May 25, the agency was presented with a donation of $2,885 from AT&T to purchase a new server for the organization. After years of battling with outdated equipment, the check was received by the group’s executive director, board members and staff.

For more information about CANC, call 265-9550.

Leslie backs Logue for Assembly seat

Former State Senator and Assemblyman Tim Leslie has endorsed Yuba County Supervisor Dan Logue for the Republican nomination for the 3rd District Assembly seat.

Nevada County Supervisor Sue Horne is also running for the nomination, and was recently endorsed by four of the five Lassen County Supervisors. The assembly seat is being vacated by Rick Keene (R-Chico) because of state term limit laws.

Logue was first elected to the Yuba County board in 2002 and was re-elected last year. He is Realtor and lives in Linda.


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