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News Briefs: Doll show; Man loses pants; Grad night support

Doll Show and Sale to fund Dictionary Project

The Dictionary Project provides dictionaries to all Nevada County third-graders every school year. To raise money for the project, Nevada County Republican Women Federated is again sponsoring a Collectible Doll Show and Sale from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church. For more information, call Sue Tomlin, 271-0745.

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Drunk man loses pants Tuesday afternoon

At 3:20 p.m. Tuesday, a male public works employee called police from the 400 block of Nimrod Street to report a drunk man was near the playground area at Pioneer Park.




The man’s pants had fallen down. Police located the 45-year-old man lying in the horseshoe area and arrested him on suspicion of indecent exposure. It did not appear that the man was intentionally exposing himself, police said. For more blotter items, see Page A2.

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Grad night support checks can be re-mailed

If you mailed a donation for the Nevada Union High School graduation night between May 2 and 27 and had your check returned to you by post, re-mail your donation to Nevada Union High School Grad Night Club, P.O. Box 1997, Grass Valley, CA 95945. You also may call Stacey Nicolai at 559-4330 or Tina Skrukrud at 713-2296. Due to an error on part of the Grass Valley Post Office, the P.O. box was closed temporarily.


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