Today marked three days without some outlandish statement by Donald Trump. It appears we won't see a fourth.
The Sanders for President campaign has finally settled on a campaign song. Critics are unsure if it will be an effective ally for the campaign.
A Facebook argument broke out when a self-proclaimed Flat Earther accused a believer of the Hollow Earth Theory that he was not only out of touch, but also dangerously wrong.
A State of Jefferson supporter commented on Facebook earlier this week that s/he plans on traveling to Mars in a bathtub built with rocket engines made of cow anuses.
Area man and burgeoning author Roy Riffle spent the entire weekend reading Irish writer James Joyce's Ulysses on Broad Street in Nevada City.
In a rare, but not unprecedented event, a flash mob spontaneously broke out late Wednesday afternoon inside of the Grass Valley, CA Grocery Outlet grocery store. Patrons both inside and out joined in the free-for-all melee and danced with mad abandon.
Three local Christian activist groups gathered their members together and carpooled to the Nevada County Superior Courthouse after reading an article in the Union newspaper about todayâ€™s scheduled allocution of convicted killer, Mikal Hanscomb.
With the recent spate of celebrities either refusing to perform at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony or canceling their prior agreement to do so, the President-elect received a welcome bit of news this morning when television star Spongebob SquarePants agreed to make an appearance.