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- 06/08/15--15:33: Tea Party Proposes Raising Voting Age to 59 1/2
- 06/09/15--06:32: Barbed Concertina Wire Headed for Lake Wildwood, CA
- 06/09/15--07:47: Man in Fair Restroom Enjoying Hand Dryer Too Much
- 06/09/15--19:48: Family’s Use of Refrigerator Poetry Magnets Reveals Deep Discontent
- 06/10/15--08:37: Area Drivers Suddenly Respectful to Bicyclists on Roadways
- 06/10/15--09:20: Trader Joe’s to Nevada County: Please Shut Up
- 06/10/15--18:30: The Union Plans to Charge Extra for Obits and Police Blotter
- 06/10/15--23:27: Area Woman Has Trouble Gathering Wood in Yoga Pants
- 06/11/15--10:18: Drought a Relief to Nevada City Hipster Resident
- 06/12/15--20:55: Nevada City Lighting Technician Featured Major Las Vegas Event
- 06/13/15--20:04: Starbucks™ Brewing Up New Coffee Colonic Service
- 06/13/15--20:17: An Empty Starbucks: Are Chemtrails to Blame?
- 06/14/15--21:01: Local Small Town Newspaper Just Gives Up and Kills Freelancers
- 06/15/15--10:27: “A Chorus Line” Briefly Stops Traffic on Highway 49
- 06/15/15--19:04: “A Chorus Line” Disrupts Mad Max Screening at Local Theater
- 06/16/15--06:03: Anti-GMO Movement Responsible for Poor Brunswick Cell Phone Service
- 06/16/15--13:21: “A Chorus Line” Invades Board of Supervisors Meeting
Local Tea Party officials announced Monday evening that they will be pushing for local ordinances to raise the voting age to exactly 59 1/2 years of age.
Bystanders report seeing convoys of military vehicles transporting miles of concertina wire to Lake Wildwood. Already the locals are upset at this infringement upon their daily drive, Dale Best of North San Juan chimed in as soon as we questioned him.
An unidentified man was spotted enjoying the hand dryer too much in a Nevada County Fair Restroom Saturday afternoon during the annual Italian Home and Meatball competition.
Nevada City, CA — What started out as a playful refrigerator game with the intention of increasing the family’s language acumen, has revealed deep angst and discontent inside a local Nevada City family. “I bought these refrigerator poetry magnets at a yard sale,” said mother of two Martha Crawford from her Nevada City Home. “At first it was fun. […]
Area drivers have suddenly and unexpectedly been extremely respectful of bicyclists sharing the roads recently. Many believe this may be because of a new law that requires drivers to steer clear, by at least three feet, around bicyclists riding on the road. The Scooper may have discovered another reason for the respectful trend.
In an unusual press release from the grocery giant, Trader Joe's Director of Marketing James Washburn has told the citizens of Nevada County to "...shut the hell up, already. We heard you. We get it. You want a Trader Joe's."
After the success of pulling the TV Guide from The Union and then up-selling the Sacramento Bee's TV Guide for $1 per issue, publisher Jim Hemming has posed an even bolder plan. He has queried HQ about making the obituaries and police blotter another pay-more special section.
Area weather forecasting savant Giovanni Paredes was asked to leave the Grass Valley Staples Office Supply store Wednesday afternoon after a store clerk caught him in a back aisle furiously popping all the bubble wrap.
Area woman Jessica Milton admitted to the Nevada County Scooper that she found chopping and collecting wood a challenge while wearing yoga pants. The 26 year old Penn Valley, CA native has been collecting wood her entire life, and this was the first, and apparently last time she is going to wear pants.
24 year-old Nevada City resident Dolphin Rainsong-Stanley says that California's emergency drought proclamations are actually coming as a sigh of relief to her. She explained that she got crippling bouts of anxiety every time her parents announced that they were coming up for a visit.
Starbucks in Grass Valley is applying for a beer and wine license because it feels it will bring a “higher level of sophistication” to their already sophisticated ambiance. Everyone knows that alcohol availability, especially in a location with a drive-thru, lends sophistication.
A Nevada City lighting technician, Steve Goldstern, is extremely disappointed with the layout of an air-guitar event at Avery Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Starbucks™ Corporation announced late Friday that it plans to augment its extensive line of coffee, teas and snacks with a new colonic/enema health care option.
An area woman frantically raved all over social media about there being no line at the Grass Valley Starbucks earlier this morning.
In an unprecedented and shockingly candid meeting of one-and-a-half-minds ,Jim Hemming, publisher of The Union newspaper, agreed to be interviewed by the Nevada County Scooper.
The drive to North San Juan, CA became a little trickier on Sunday when the entire cast from A Chorus Line temporarily blocked all lanes of highway 49 traffic in an impromptu dance.
After a successful traffic stoppage on Highway 49 Sunday, the collective dancing gang known as "A Chorus Line" successfully interrupted a Monday night showing of Mad Max at Grass Valley's iconic Del Oro Movie Theater.
For years Verizon has offered the people of Nevada County a litany of excuses: it's the poor quality towers on Banner Mountain; the Flour Garden's free WiFi interferes with cell phone service; Verizon's regional manager is out to punish his mouthy teenager who works Port of Subs.
In an on-going effort to empty the boardwalk of transients and hipsters, Nevada City Police Chief Timothy Foley today issued the first Open Carry Permit—for a musical instrument. Accordion enthusiast Fran Cole, a bottle blonde attorney in knee length lederhosen, was awarded the single permit.
The entire cast of "A Chorus Line" briefly invaded the Board of Supervisors chamber to perform an a heart-wrenching version of their popular "What I Did for Love" to a mostly indifferent, and some would say annoyed district leaders.