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Intense wildfire seasons now normal in California

June 19, 2018 — The California wildfire season of 2017 is one that won't soon be forgotten. The morning of Oct. 9 is the date that is particularly seared into the memories of firefighters and victims of wildfire in neighborhoods across Northern California. In Nevada County, the Lobo and

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UPDATE: Nevada County vote count points to likely winners; only 10 ballots left to verify

June 19, 2018 — Winners of June 5 election: District 3 Supervisor Dan Miller defeated Hilary Hodge. District Attorney Cliff Newell defeated Glenn Jennings. Shannan Moon and Bill Smethers will advance to November runoff for sheriff; John Foster will not. — Alan Riquelmy (@ARiquelmy) June 20, 2018 BREAKING: #NevCo

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Nevada County, NID, Lake Wildwood Association sued over E. coli

June 19, 2018 — Several people who say they were contaminated by E. coli while swimming in Lake Wildwood have sued, claiming the community association and government should have known the dangers. Children and adults swimming last July in the western Nevada County lake have sued the Lake Wildwood

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GM Report—New Banking, Lockbox Service

June 19, 2018 — By Bob Mariani LWA Geneeral Manager Due to questions that have been asked about the Association's new banking and lockbox services, I thought the following questions and answers may be useful to our Members. Why are members writing checks to Alliance Bank and sending them

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End of week could bring heat wave to Nevada County

June 18, 2018 — The pleasant temperatures enjoyed by Nevada County residents during the Father's Day weekend could soon be a distant memory, with excessive heat being predicted starting Friday. High pressure will build across Northern California this week, continuing into the weekend, the National Weather Service said in

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Nevada County supervisors to vote Tuesday on fiscal year 2018-19 budget

June 17, 2018 — The Nevada County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday is scheduled to vote on its fiscal year 2018-19 budget of $235,688,597. Supervisors will meet at 10 a.m. at the Eric Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City. The budget — 2.8 percent higher than the

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NOTICE—Wildwood Aquatic Vegetation Control – Tuesday, June 19

June 16, 2018 — We are planning a treatment for the control of aquatic vegetation on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 in Lake Wildwood. We will first conduct a bathymetric survey of the lake. Following the survey, we will treat various problem areas throughout the Lake, as needed. The Lake

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Tom Hall Celebrated for Contribution to Country and Lake Wildwood

June 14, 2018 — This year the Lake Wildwood Social Committee will salute Tom Hall at the Fourth of July Celebration for his service in the US Air Force and the many contributions to our community. A resident of Lake Wildwood for almost 30 years his mark can be

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Teamwork — Congratulations to Sue Hoek!

June 14, 2018 — By Hank Weston, Supervisor, District IV Congratulations to Sue Hoek, as District IV Supervisor-Elect! Please join me the next time you see Sue and congratulate her as our new next District IV Supervisor. Over the years, Sue has always exhibited a keen ear and ability

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Wimbledon Coming to Lake Wildwood

June 14, 2018 — By Pam Lehmann Put this on your calendar! On Saturday, June 23, Wimbledon is coming to Lake Wildwood! All Tennis Club members are welcome to attend this fun annual event! Join your tennis friends for a fun morning of social tennis or come to brunch

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Lake Wildwood Putters — Rollin’ Straight!

June 14, 2018 — By Ima Putterpal Since we had 34 players on May 24, we played the Terrace putting course twice to accomplish our 18-hole game. It was another fun day for everyone present. The Putters did not meet on May 31 or June 7, due to scheduled

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Men’s 18-Hole — Great Golf in Lake Wildwood

June 14, 2018 — By Jim Voss Success! Another winter of golf completed. We've traded out rain gear for shorts, stocking caps for wide-brim hats; no more cart covers, cart path only and "lift clean and place." Isn't spring grand? The course looks great, greens are running smooth and

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Wildwood Niners—Results of ‘Oddly Funny Couples’

June 14, 2018 — By Joan Bachus   The Odd Couple Tournament was a really fun event. Fifty-six players had a great time. From breakfast to waiting for the results, everyone who participated enjoyed themselves. The people who had an especially great time walked away with the prizes for

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Obituary — Earl Langguth

June 14, 2018 — Earl Leonard Langguth passed away at his home on May 31, 2018. He was 91. Memorial services will be held on Monday, June 18, at 11 a.m., at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church. Earl was born on April 7, 1927, in San Diego, California,

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Clinic, Golf, Wine and Cheese New Series Begins June 18

June 14, 2018 — Date: Mondays, starting June 18, with the short game — chipping, pitching, bunker play and putting. The clinics will then focus on three weeks of bio-mechanics of the full swing. Time: 5:30 to 7 p.m. The short game will teach you how to score on

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Golf Committee— Honoring our Vets

June 14, 2018 — Sunday, May 20, in celebration of Armed Forces Day, the Golf Committee sponsored the Fifth Annual "Tribute to Our Troops" event here at Lake Wildwood. Active duty servicemen and women were invited to enjoy a round of golf and barbecue with our members. Playing members

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Feds OK Geese Removal Plan: General Manager reports

June 14, 2018 — By  Bob Mariani There are no records documenting when the first resident geese began to inhabit Lake Wildwood, but by 2004 the population had grown to the hundreds. The excrement became such a mess and potential health hazard that membership usage of the Beaches and

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Entertainment continues on Clubhouse patio

June 14, 2018 — Music will continue to be in the air on the patio and I have been busy reaching out to new bands to perform in our beautiful venue! You will continue to see the talented Ron and Bjorn and "Diggin up Bones." Attached are the following

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Enjoying the Golf Course

June 14, 2018 — By Dave Doench, Golf Course Ambassador (AKA the Evening Marshal) Continuing on with refreshing the golfing community with some of the rules, policies and courtesies: • The weather is almost perfect and the golf course is in very good shape, thanks to Bill Hamilton and

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Historic attraction ready for action at Empire Mine

June 14, 2018 — PHOTO: Over-the-Hill Gang members Jim Ward (left) and Tom Newmark are proud of the way this Cornish Pump Engine adds "new authenticity for visitors to enjoy" at Empire Mine State Historic Park.   Empire Mine's gritty mine yard has a new attraction that whirrs, clanks,

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