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    The Grass Valley Post office has replaced downed trees with the County's #1 cash crop.Earlier this week, the United States Post Office removed all of the trees in front of its Grass Valley, CA location. No official reason was given for their removal. However by Saturday morning, a North San Juan contractor had replaced the trees with Nevada County's #1 cash crop: Marijuana plants.

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    Organizers hope to both infect as many children as possible during the one day event and raise awareness to the dangers of vaccinations.Nestled in the Sierra Foothills, the upstart former gold mining capital wants to have a family-friendly place where all unvaccined children can come and be exposed to a natural alternative to vaccines.

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    Astral Om Floatingleaf and Boho Stoner of Nevada City's latest eco-groovy restaurant:The Harmonic Convergence Café aims to offer a broad array of organic, free-range vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, lactose-free, irradiation-free beverages and food in a serene, welcoming, non-threatening, and non-judgmental setting.

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    You are what your hair.Yesterday’s Board of Supervisors meeting was the scene of a passionate plea by Nevada County Republican Party Chairman Bob Wren, who surprisingly called for more diversity in the Cannabis Advisory Group (“CAG”).

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    A 20016/2017 comparison of the remarkable growth the Grass Valley cell phone tower has experienced following this past year's record rainfall.The controversial cell phone tower with was erected in Grass Valley's Brunswick Basin has grown by over 70 feet following a record-setting year for rainfall.

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    Area community activist, Tea Party member and formerly overly enthusiastic Glenn Beck supporter Brock Whalen announced on his website that he plans on lawfully wedding the United States Constitution.

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    An area auto parts retail employee has exposed what is now being called the "Great Retail Warehouse Conspiracy."Area auto parts retail worker Daphne Ortiz admitted earlier this week to an aggressive customer that there is indeed additional stock of an Autolite XP Iridium spark plugs located in the back warehouse, but she was not allowed to retrieve them nor even acknowledge they exist.

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    Starbucks is experimenting with a new colonic.In a bid to stay relevant and to "keep ahead of the competitive coffee curve," Starbucks™ Corporation announced this week that it plans to augment its extensive line of coffee, teas and snacks with a new colonic/enema health care option.

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    The Nevada County anti-Chemtrail group "Look Up!" celebrated the 201st Day without spraying.In what activists are calling "the great relief," a spokesperson for th Nevada County-based group called Look Up! proclaimed that yesterday marked the 201st day without the scourge of overhead chemtrail spraying of our local skies.

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    Merrilee Longshoes of North San Juan, CA believes she can cure Autism with coconut oil.Merrilee Longshoes is concerned about her family’s health. And the health of those in the greater community. Recently she discovered the homeopathic healing qualities of coconut oil after reading several Facebook posts and a few alternative health web articles about the popular tropical oil.

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    On the heals of a recent Bigfoot siting of Alta Sierra, a researcher of the semi-rural development has warned that the cryptid-ape-like creature might attack the proposed Dollar General store if it is developed along highway 49.

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    California Governor Jerry Brown and pop singer Linda Ronstadt were back in the news this week when the two were spotted at a popular Nevada City, California tavern Friday night.

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    Area gasoline stations are bowing to pressure from social justice groups and installing braille instructions on their pumps.Select Northern California Flyers service stations are bowing to pressure from various social justice organizations and installing tactile Braille systems for the blind on gasoline pumps.

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    The Easter Island moai that Cedar Ridge's Pete Johnson attempted to smuggle into the United States. Source, US Customs, Sacramento Bureau.Cedar Ridge exotic pet owner Pete Johnson is in hot water today at Sacramento International Airport after he attempted to smuggle an entire Easter Island moai (one of the Island's famous monumental statues) through customs.

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    "Russian" hackers have claimed responsibility for placing adult movies on an area high schools JumboTron. Source: High School Senior Kevin Thomas.A Russian hacking group is claiming responsibility for seizing control of an area high school stadium's JumboTron television and running porn on it for over 4 hours earlier today.

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    Artist's depiction of the BriarPatch Roundabout.Fresh on the heels of a large parking lot expansion project, which included the installation of over 680 high-performance solar panels, the Grass Valley BriarPatch COOP leadership announced today that it plans on moving forward with a controversial Roundabout in the parking lot.

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    The 2700 ft. Nevada City SkyTower as seen from Broad Street.The Nevada City government overwhelmingly approved the construction of a 2722 ft (830m) communication building which is tentatively dubbed the Nevada City SkyTower.

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    What a proposed Mar-a-Lago West would look like in Grass Valley's Kmart shopping center.According to leaked documents from the Trump administration, corroborated by Wikileaks, Donald Trump Enterprises plans on building a replica of the President's Florida estate in the former gold rush town of Grass Valley, CA.

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    Kevin Thomas of Grass Valley suffering from heatstroke after mowing approximately 27 ft of their family's front lawn.Area teenager Kevin Thomas (17) of Grass Valley said he needed to be treated for heat stroke after being "brutally forced" his family's 200 square foot lawn over the weekend.

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    Retired teacher David Blakemore speaks with local high school students about his nightmares at the 1969 Woodstock Festival.Retired 10th grade English teacher David Blakemore of Nevada City recent spoke to a small gathering in Nevada Union High School's drama department about his exciting adventures during the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair.

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