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News Briefs: Dog bites woman; Firefighters escape serious injury; Pleasant Ridge school remains open; No summer school in Nevada City

Grass Valley

Friends seek dog that bit woman in wheelchair

A woman was in her wheelchair with her muzzled companion dog on Mill Street Thursday morning when a dog came out of Bouncer’s Bar and bit her (see Police Blotter on Page A2). Her friends are looking for the dog: If they can determine whether it has received its rabies vaccinations, the woman won’t need to get rabies shots, friend Sandra Harris said. Anyone with information about a wheat-colored dog smaller than a collie is asked to call Art Davidson at 273-4927.



Sacramento

Firefighters escape serious injury in salon blaze




Four Sacramento firefighters escaped serious injury Thursday when a roof collapsed as they battled a blaze at a beauty-supply business. The firefighters suffered only bruises and scratches before returning to fight the blaze in the south part of the city. No other injuries were reported.

Pleasant Ridge

South county board keeps school open

Pleasant Ridge Elementary School will stay open for the coming school year, board members of the Pleasant Ridge Union School District decided at a recent meeting. A districtwide decline in enrollment has put the fate of Pleasant Ridge School in the balance since early 2007. Pleasant Ridge School serves kindergarten through fifth-grade students and is one of four schools in the district in southern Nevada County.

Nevada City

No summer school in Nevada City

A two-week summer school program planned later this month for Nevada City schools – including multicultural content – has been canceled due to lack of enrollment, summer school Principal Tina Corker informed parents this week.

Lives Lived/Obituaries

Burton Brown, 80


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