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Visit the Little Town of Washington

This past weekend, we headed to the Little Town of Washington for a visit. We ate lunch at the Washington Hotel, which has a big deck overlooking the South Yuba River. It’s a wonderful spot on a warm summer (or warmish winter) day — and this weekend was one of them. Here’s some history from […]


Celebrate good health at the Nevada City Vegan Food and Wine Festival this weekend

Submitted by Aurelia d’Andrea Veganism is moving from the fringe to the mainstream, and we’re celebrating this shift with a first-of-its-kind event the first weekend in June in downtown Nevada City, CA. For one festive weekend, local bars, restaurants, wineries, and retail shops will celebrate plant-based living by showcasing vegan offerings to show just how […]


32nd Annual Sierra Storytelling Festival

Submitted by Jesse Locks Every summer, for the last 32-years, the Sierra Storytelling Festival has gathered people together from near and far, among the towering pines and sloping lawns of the historic North Columbia Schoolhouse, to hear the nation’s top tellers share the great range of human experience through artfully told stories. The Sierra Storytelling […]


So much to do in Nevada County on Thanksgiving Weekend

The holiday season has begun! Christmas decorations have started to take over our favorite stores and the radio has started to mix in holiday tunes, but first comes Thanksgiving. If you’re going to be in Nevada County for this holiday of family and feasting, think about exploring all of the many things there are to […]


Jordan Fisher Smith makes special appearance for Land Trust

Submitted by BYLT Join Bear Yuba Land Trust to welcome nationally recognized author Jordan Fisher Smith (Nature Noir) for a reading and discussion of his new Penguin-Random House book Engineering Eden: The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial and the Fight over Controlling Nature. “We are truly blessed to have such a literary […]


Your Nevada County Camping Guide

It’s summertime, and the living is easy.  Maybe you have been fantasizing about taking a summer vacation, but just haven’t found the time to schedule a trip.  If you’re on a budget, or just enjoy the outdoors, why not go camping?  Always great fun, camping is a wonderful way to reconnect with nature and your […]


Warmuth family to be recognized as Family of the Year at the Nevada County Fair

Michelle and Brandon Warmuth have been named the 2016 Family of the Year by the Nevada County Fair’s Board of Directors. The Board chose the Warmuth Family for their volunteer efforts and their ongoing participation in the livestock and exhibit programs at the Fair. Brandon and Michelle, who have attended the Fair every year for […]