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Nevada City B&B case back in Nevada County court

April 21, 2019

The legal struggle over a Nevada City bed-and-breakfast, started a decade ago, isn’t over yet. The Goldtown Hideaway on Spring Street, formerly the Kendall House, can legally operate. That’s no longer in question. The issue...



Gerald Doane: Best friends

April 21, 2019

Her hair, burnt orange and shaggy around her head and tail, is close cropped on the remainder. The tail, which is in constant motion, sways back and forth or rotates like a propeller. The nose,...


Rita Behr: Fire reduction measures

April 21, 2019

To reduce fire danger: Cut the amount of foreign timber sales coming into the U.S. Increase value of U.S. logs. Make short log-portable saw mills available and allowable to use. Recycle our glass and tin...




Sierra roadwork: April 22-27

April 21, 2019

Sierra roadwork schedule Monday through Saturday, April 22-27: LONG-TERM PROJECTS Interstate 80 (Placer County) from the Long Ravine underpass to just east of the Magra Road Overcrossing: Major roadwork for the winter is suspended on...



Marc Cuniberti: The ins and outs of bond investing
Marc Cuniberti: The ins and outs of bond investing

April 21, 2019

One the most difficult concepts for investors to understand is the relationship between bonds and interest rates. Know first that bonds are just “I owe yous,” and although many investors can’t describe exactly what a...


Nevada County Captures: Robotics team on the road
Nevada County Captures: Robotics team on the road

April 21, 2019

SUBMIT A PHOTO Have you captured the faces, places and events of our lovely community? Need help finding a lost pet? Then submit your photos to The Union’s “Nevada County Captures” page to be published...


Truckee looking to offer alternatives to housing requirements

April 21, 2019

With Truckee still locked in a housing crisis the town is reevaluating its inclusionary housing ordinance for other methods for developers to meet requirements. The ordinance requires all residential projects to designate 15 percent of...