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News Briefs: The California wildfires; Summer Nights kicks off tonight

Young people from the California Conservation Corps stationed at the fire camp for the American River Complex received a bust of a bear in recognition of their outstanding service. See that story along with an update on the California wildfires on Page A10.

The first of Nevada City’s three Summer Nights events starts at 6 p.m. today in downtown Nevada City. Tonight’s features include live music at five outdoor locations, classic cars at two locations, a growers market in front of the National Hotel, an artists’ alley and the Troupe Al Ama belly dancers at York and Commercial streets. Around 50 craft and food vendors will be on Broad Street. Free parking is at the Rood Center, on Highway 49; shuttle service from there is $5 round-trip for adults, children under 12 ride free.

The first of Nevada City’s three Summer Nights events starts at 6 p.m. today in downtown Nevada City. Tonight’s features include live music at five outdoor locations, classic cars at two locations, a growers market in front of the National Hotel, an artists’ alley and the Troupe Al Ama belly dancers at York and Commercial streets. Around 50 craft and food vendors will be on Broad Street. Free parking is at the Rood Center, on Highway 49; shuttle service from there is $5 round-trip for adults, children under 12 ride free.



With hot weather searing the foothills, homeowners can find tips for insulating their homes and making their appliances more energy efficient in The Union’s Home Improvement 2008 guide, to be published Thursday.


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