After languishing for six years, the Nakoma Resort and Golf Club at Gold Mountain has finally been bought out of bankruptcy. Michael Schoff, principal of the Schomac Group, Inc., which also owns the Feather River Inn, succeeded where others had failed.
Indian Valley Editor
Earlier this month, a feeling of selfish whininess overcame me before an evening meeting — a large departure from my “fabulous” self, as I’m known hereabouts.
It was a workshop for residents to attend and give their input for the general plan update, and I just knew it would be sparsely attended.
A bill to simply require state agencies to weigh the impacts of new regulations on California jobs and post the information online was effectively killed by Democrats April 17, on a party-line vote in its first committee hearing.
"After meeting with countless business owners who have left California for other states, we know that costly state regulations are driving jobs away. We've essentially handed the power to impose crippling state regulations over to bureaucrats who have never run a business or created a job in their life," said Assemblyman Dan Logue (R - Linda).
National media report Saturday mail delivery may go the way of the milk wagon, and that a wide majority of Americans think that's OK.
Congress must act first, and that is not likely to happen soon. Some Congressional leaders worry about trimming mail service, even if only 35 percent of people surveyed by Gallup last summer disapprove.
No one feels comfortable when someone else has the power to irreparably change the world with a simple stroke of a pen.
Thanks to the American Antiquities Act of 1906, the president of the United States has the power to unleash a huge federal bureaucracy and create national monuments on his own authority without the approval of Congress or any other governmental entity or agency.
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