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Building on more than a hundred years of tradition…
Building on more than a hundred years of tradition, the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce is led by a dynamic board of directors comprised of community members who are dedicated to business advocacy, mentoring and education, working to build community infrastructure, supporting positive economic growth and promoting tourism in Nevada County.
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|The Union is a daily newspaper serving Grass Valley and Nevada County, California. The Union provides news coverage of the local and regional level. Sections include news, sports, opinion, entertainment, and more. The Union began publication as the Grass Valley Daily Morning Union on October 28, 1864.|
|GoNevadaCounty.com is the official tourism website of Nevada County. Listings of restaurants, lodging, historical information, a blog that contains information about all major and minor events, and the most complete calendar of events in the county helps to ensure that you have a great time no matter when you visit|
|Nevada County’s First Choice For News KNCO features a live, local news block between 6:00 and 9:00 a.m., as well as 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. The station is also the radio home of Nevada Union High School football and basketball, and also broadcasts San Francisco 49ers games.|
|KVMR provides community members opportunities to connect through the development and production of music, news, and public affairs programs that entertain, inform, and educate. You may Post and Event or Submit a PSA, Listen Live, Buy, Sell, Trade, Swap or just plain Give Away Things on the FleaMarket page !|
|Public Service Announcement: Sierra Cinemas Presents: Help Save the Yuba. We’re loving our river to death! Support the Yuba River Cleanup and Become a Yuba River Ambassador! www.yubariver.org|
|MEMBERS at WORK|
Reed’s Locksmithing, located at 153 Joerschke Drive, is a locally owned establishment. Although unassuming, you wouldn’t call it a hole in the wall. Upon entering the parking lot, the first thing that caught my eye was the door, in the shape of a keyhole. This was only one among many charming aspects. Read More>
|The Chamber was a Catalyst for Memorial Park
At the January 8th Grass Valley City Council meeting, I was pleased to note that Council voted 5-0 to approve the purchase of two new pre-fab restrooms to upgrade the facilities at both Memorial Park and Minnie Park. Read More>