News Updates

Fire Demolishes PV Community Church

Units from several local fire agencies responded to the early Saturday morning call to help extinguish a fast moving blaze which ultimately destroyed one of Penn Valley landmark churches. Penn Valley Community Church on Spenceville Road was reduced to rubble with ...

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Teamwork

Teamwork

By Hank Weston, Supervisor, District IV The Board’s adoption of a revised Outdoor Events Ordinance illustrates how misinformation in the media can needlessly damage community relations and cloud the public’s perception of government. I would like to clarify some of the misinformation ...

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PV Rotarians Honor Local Students

By Barbara Ross, President Penn Valley Rotary The Rotary Club of Penn Valley is delighted to be sending 5 students from Pleasant Valley School to REGLE (Rotary Eighth Grade Leadership Experience) at Grizzly Creek Ranch located near Portola on October 3-5.  Alex ...

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Lake Committee—The Mean Season is Here

Lake Committee—The Mean Season is Here

By Terry Thies, Chair Historically September has been our most stressful lake month and this year is no exception.  The pondweed came early in the season and now our second weed growth is also a bit early.  Much to our surprise, ...

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Life-Time Learning—Steinbeck Cine

Hey all you Lifelong Learners. Listen up. Ja, you movie buffs, too. Ve are starting the John Steinbeck Cine – Lit course next Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 17, at 1 p.m., at the Community Center. Long-time English and literature teacher Timothy May is ...

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Editor’s Notes

Editor's Notes

By Mike Dobbins Just a few more weeks before we all know the results of one of the most contentious issues to face Lake Wildwood in decades. Please take a moment to turn to the “Letters” page and read Dick DeLisser’s thoughts ...

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California Steps UP!

By Cathy Fagan The Nevada County Diaper Project has made great strides in the past five years to create awareness in the community of the need to provide diapers to low-income families in the entire county.   Two very significant steps have ...

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SPOTLIGHT—Rescue Me!

Buy, Sell, Recycle & Repurpose By Caryn Malak What happens when you have to down-size your “stuff” but have nowhere to have a good yard sale? You open up a store where you can sell your over-collected belongings, of course! This is ...

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