June, 2022

News in Brief

Local Success Guru Launches “How to be More Productive” Program on Facebook

Local success and productivity guru Mitch Freed of MitchFreedSuccess.com announced on a local Facebook group that he was holding a fee-based "How To Get Your Shit Together and Be More Productive" seminar at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City.

Brief: Wild Mushroom Not Eaten

Nevada City, CA -- After much debate on a local Facebook...

Public Still Trying To Discern Local Woman’s Cryptic Facebook Updates

Friends, Family, and causal social media stalkers admitted late last week that they have no idea what she's saying.

President Trump Pardons Bill Cosby, Despite Warnings from Aides

In a startling announcement via executive order, President Trump has pardoned Bill Cosby from any wrongdoing after being charged with the sexual assault of a Temple University employee in 2004.

Poll: Donald Trump’s Best Words Examined

Many words were given out to be chosen from, as President Trump has a rather large word bank he likes to pick catchphrases from despite his small vocabulary.
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Local Company to Produce Realistic Bumper Stickers

The former own of a local printing business and the father of two very average children has decided to head back into shop and create bumper stickers that most Americans can relate to: your children are average and occasional failures.

Nevada City Technology Worker Pretends to Read James Joyce’s Ulysses

Customer Support Specialist Brent Underwood pretended to read Ulysses during his lunch break at a local technology firm on Wednesday. He's about half way through the book, although he hasn't read a single page.

Keith Richards’ Mom Dead at 167

According to a spokesperson for the Rolling Stones, Keith Richards wishes not to be bothered.

Why Women Can’t Resist Steve Bannon

There's something about Donald Trump's former Chief Strategist that women can't resist and for years, women of all political stripes have sought Steve Bannon's attention.

Alabama Supreme Court Rules God is Real/Citizens Must Obey

In an 8-1 decision, the Alabama Supreme Courte ruled that all citizens must obey the word of God.