Nevada County is now likely to remain in the red tier barring “extenuating circumstances,” thanks to changes to the state’s reopening blueprint announced this week.
New rustic thoroughfares have been added along Wolf Creek through the combined efforts of the city of Grass Valley, Bear Yuba Land Trust, Wolf Creek Community Alliance and the Nevada City Rancheria.
Nevada Union’s varsity football game against Lincoln, scheduled for tonight at Hooper Stadium, has been canceled.
A Grass Valley man accused of sexually abusing a young girl is free on $400,000 in bond, authorities said.
Linda Chaplin never would have known she was the victim of mail theft, she said.
Ryan Gruver, the county’s director of Health and Human Services, said Wednesday that he is hopeful the work Public Health and local providers have done in vaccinating the population will help the county get through…
A COVID-19 variant thought to be more transmissible and less susceptible to treatment may already be widespread throughout Nevada County, according to public health officials.
The annual Nevada City spring cleaning has been extended throughout the month of April to aid in social distancing, providing additional opportunities for people to help beautify their community.
The county saw six new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing its new case total to 4,379.
Tri Counties Bank will close its Penn Valley branch, at 11362 Pleasant Valley Road, next week.
Though this is the first confirmed case of a variant in Nevada County, health officials caution that it is very likely that variants are already widespread in the county.
‘We can do better’: Nevada County could fall back into purple tier if its COVID-19 numbers don’t improve
California could get rid of its color coded tier system and lift most COVID-19 restrictions June 15, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday.
From a release:
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — A quiet residential area in South Lake Tahoe was awoken early Wednesday by gunshots.
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Grass Valley has recorded 24.34 inches of rain during the current water year — about 20 inches under the average, according to the National Weather Service.