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Nevada County Captures: Assisting the community

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Gold Country Kiwanis assisting Grass Valley Rotary in preparing 11,400 meals for the community.
Submitted by Jan Weaver
Serenity from Sugarloaf.
Submitted by Tom Dykstra
A few of the many riders supporting youth mental health at the Heart of Gold Gravel ride.
Submitted by Randy Hopkins
Last of the fall color in Grass Valley on Nov. 20, 2021.
Submitted by Elany Prusa
The boys are back in town.
Submitted by Denise Fink
Dead tree is bird refuge in Smartsville.
Submitted by Annita Kasparian

 


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Christmas Faire returns to kick off shopping season

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Hundreds took the Nevada County Fairgrounds main halls Friday during the opening day of the Country Christmas Faire. The faire goes on until 4 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Food and beverages are also available.



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