News Briefs: "Shoe lady" establishes account; Ashes ban |

News Briefs: "Shoe lady" establishes account; Ashes ban

Jessyka Stinson the “shoe lady” has established an account for her shipping fund to cover the costs to send 10,000 shoes to people living in Africa.

People can donate to Jessyka Stinson’s shoe drive at any branch of Citizens Bank, she said.

Nevada Irrigation District directors are expected to adopt a resolution that would ban spreading cremated remains on district property at a board meeting at 9 a.m. today at 1036 West Main Street in Grass Valley.

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