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Barbara Bashall: Building relationships from the ground up
Barbara Bashall: Building relationships from the ground up

June 9, 2019

It’s only natural that a major focus of our Fourth Annual Building Fair will be fire protection. The theme of this year’s fair is “Wildfire Prevention and Land Development: Building Relationships from the Ground Up.”...


Working together to attract more visitors to Nevada County

June 9, 2019

Last June, the Nevada County Board of Supervisors approved a proposal from the Nevada County Economic Resource Council (NCERC) to expand its tourism marketing services. We all know that Nevada County is a wonderful place...




Wolf Mountain Day Spa
Wolf Mountain Day Spa

June 4, 2019

We are living in stressful times. Right now, you are probably filled with tension.  Take a deep breath, relax your shoulders, sit up straight, feel the tension leaving your body.  There, isn’t that better?  Now...


Market Beat: Understanding bond yields
Market Beat: Understanding bond yields

June 3, 2019

In today’s interest rate environment, the yield curve is very flat and recently inverted. In a normal interest rate environment, the yield curve slopes upward so bonds with longer maturities pay a higher rate of...



Tourism dollars on rise in Truckee

June 2, 2019

A surge in Truckee tourism this past year has led to a significant increase in Transient Occupancy Tax revenue. Between July 2018 and March 2019, Truckee raked in $3.5 million in TOT dollars, marking significant...



Marc Cuniberti: Protecting your investment
Marc Cuniberti: Protecting your investment

June 2, 2019

Can you protect your stocks from a falling market automatically? In the world of investing, protecting profits and limiting losses is tantamount to success. The most common method of protecting your money from downside whether...


Legislature has no fix yet for California housing
Legislature has no fix yet for California housing

June 2, 2019

SACRAMENTO — Crisis. Emergency. California lawmakers are describing the state’s housing crunch in dire terms. But few seem to agree on what to do about it. The political wrangling over the last few weeks around...