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Bear River's Dillon Smith rolls to the left and looks to pass downfield during a summer practice at Bear River High School. Smith will start at quarterback for the first game of his senior season against Union Mine tonight in front of the home fans.
The Nevada Union High School has canceled outdoor sports-related practices due to poor air quality conditions in western Nevada County. The air quality has deteriorated rapidly since noon, said Nevada Union High School Principal Mike Blake in a email
The Penn Valley Hi-Graders are proud to have been able to award $7,000 in scholarships this year. Six Nevada Union High School graduates and one Silver Springs High School graduate, all residing in Penn Valley, received a scholarship of $ 1,000. Most
Bear River High School's To Be or Not To Be team members, from left, Dario Rabak, Morgan Hanna, Shane Weathers, Cameron Billingham, Scott Dwelle, Michael Collyer and Katie Blashord pose for a photo following their performance. Submitted photo Seven
California Secretary of State Debra Bowen, far right, spoke to nearly 75 students at Bear River High School in south Nevada County Thursday, fielding questions about elections, government and politics. Along the wall from left, are Bowen's husband,
Varsity letterman, 1st Golden Empire League championship in school history1991; #1 ranking in state by Cal Hi. Still holds the school record for passing attempts/completions and yards in a season; 138/254 and TD passes in a season, 25; five TD's in
Grad Night at Bear River High School is an all-night party for graduating seniors for one low admission fee. It is a night filled with friends, food, and fun a safe and sober celebration of the graduate's achievements, dedication and dreams for the
Soroptimist International of Grass Valley is proud to again present A Day For Women. The event gives participants a day to learn something new try your hand at writing, cake decorating, Tai Chi or much more during one hour workshops being offered.
Nevada Joint Union High School District completed a refinancing transaction this month of its voter-approved 2002 General Obligation Bonds resulting in a gross taxpayer savings of $886,895, according to a news release. The district reports it took
Submitted photo by Laura Lavelle With the holidays swiftly approaching, many families are searching for ways to make their celebrations more joyous and meaningful. For some, this feat will be accomplished within a December budget that may be tighter