George Kennedy, who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Cool Hand Luke, died Sunday in Boise, Idaho, according to the Idaho Statesman. He was 91. Kennedyâ€™s film credits also included The Dirty Dozen, Airport! movies, a series of Naked Gun comedies and the disaster film Earthquake among many others.
Despite a busy governing season which has included new ordinances on chemtrails, police politeness and most recently, strict new rules on business sign fonts, the City Council of Nevada City has given its blessing to the Nevada City Nisenan Rancheria to open a Native American gaming casino in the old Alpha Building on Broad Street.
North San Juan resident, part-time chemtrail researcher and amateur ionizing radiation hobbyist Skyy Wolford announced to a somewhat disinterested crowd out in front of the Sierra Super Stop that Bend, Oregon is an elaborate hoax and does not exist.
Playboy Magazine's 2003 Playmate of the Year and controversial author Jenny McCarthy will be coming to Nevada County to speak about the threat of autism from childhood immunizations.
United States Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan made a vulgar gesture towards President Obama as he made his way through the crowd to deliver his annual State of the Union Speech.
Spiritualist and psychic Edgar Cayce claimed that Nevada City, CA might be a gathering place for the spiritually enlightened and a gathering place for those who wish to bring about change in this troubled world. This, of course, has engendered a sense of competition with Sedona, Arizona which also believes it is the spiritual vortex of the known universe.
he Nevada County Gish Gallop was recently called a â€œFake News Siteâ€ on Wikipedia, a description recently attached to Gish Gallop by Snopes, the leading debunking source for people trying to determine if information is true.
This morning, President Donald Trump and Secondary First Lady Melania Trump took time out of their schedules to honor victims of what the president called “one of the worstest, bigliest sad moments in American history.”