serious after crash
A 45-year-old Reno man remained in serious condition with head injuries late Tuesday after he crashed his 2004 Honda Element on Highway 49 just south of North San Juan, according to the CHP.
Peter Neves was driving south on the highway at approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday when he drifted toward the right side, then overcorrected and his vehicle overturned, said CHP Officer Dina Hernandez.
Neves received major injuries to his head, she said, and was transported by helicopter to Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Alcohol did not appear to be a factor in the accident, Hernandez said.
– Robyn Moormeister
Meeting to provide expansion update
Local residents interested in an update on the expansion of the Sierra College campus in Grass Valley can attend a citizens’ oversight committee meeting today.
The meeting is at 4 p.m. in Room L-206 of the Sierra College campus on 250 Sierra College Drive in Grass Valley.
The 12-member oversight committee ensures the money obtained from a bond passed in November 2004 for construction on the local Sierra College campus, is being used specifically for that purpose, said Joy Pelton, facilities operations assistant at Sierra College.
For more information on the meeting, call Sierra College at 916-781-0411.
– Soumitro Sen
Party to raise funds for homeless
A Japanese-style garden will provide the setting for a wine tasting on Friday evening that will raise funds for Hospitality House, a homeless shelter in Grass Valley.
The public is invited to sip vintages from Indian Springs winery and listen to classical music by the Los Angeles-based Martinai Trio, performing with local guitarist Brandon Yip.
The event will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Jan and Steve Roth’s connecting gardens known as “Mekhaye, ” located on 12282 N. Bloomfield Road in Nevada City.
Tickets will cost $30 at the door. Advance tickets for $25 are available at The Book Seller in Grass Valley and Indian Springs Tasting Room in Nevada City .
For more information, contact Janice O’ Brien at 265-5403.
-The Union Staff
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