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Six arrested in Marijuana Sales Investigation in El Dorado County

Six arrested in Marijuana Sales Investigation in El Dorado County

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A three month investigation by El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Detectives regarding a conspiracy to sell marijuana, culminated with the service of five search warrants on Thursday, April 4, 2013. The investigation was centered around the sale of marijuana through two businesses.  River City Wellness also known as Right Choice…

Every 15-minutes Colfax High School

Every 15-minutes Colfax High School

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Colfax High School hosted the CHP’s Every 15-minutes program at Colfax high School Thursday. Every 15-minutes someone dies in a car crash due to drunk driving.  Too often these are teenagers. This is why the California Highway Patrol hosts “Every 15-minutes” programs at area high schools with the help of…

Water Summit In Sacramento

Water Summit In Sacramento

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Water leaders gathered Thursday at California’s first Integrated Water Management Summit to hear top officials discuss their preferred approach to solving the State’s water and flood management problems. The Summit was hosted by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to address how to effectively manage limited water resources given…

Placer Nature Center Hires a New Director

Placer Nature Center Hires a New Director

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Placer Nature Center Has a New Director Brayden Mitchell has been hired as the Placer Nature Center’s new Executive Director. A graduate of Humboldt State University in Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation, Mitchell has worked for the US Forest Service, the National Park Service, Washington State Parks, is a National…

Honoring Annabell McCord

Honoring Annabell McCord

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Annabell McCord moved to Auburn with her husband in the early 1930s. As co-owner of McCord’s Floor covering Annabell got involved with the concerns of business owners in Auburn and as Cheryl Maki of Maki Heating and Air will tell you, was on every committee and board there ever was…

From Department of Fish and Wildlife- Leave Wild Animals Wild

From Department of Fish and Wildlife- Leave Wild Animals Wild

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More people and animal encounters are showing up in the news. Recent headlines include a Rio Linda family who kept a fawn for more than 2-years after its mother was hit by a car and killed. A North San Juan man was received a fine and put on court probation…

Public Health Week Celebrated in Sutter County

Public Health Week Celebrated in Sutter County

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In celebration of National Public Health Week, Sutter County Public Health will host “Taking Action for a Healthier Community”. With public forums and facebook updates highlighting health. The County hopes to get people eating better and moving. Ann Westlake the Health Education Coordinator for Sutter County Public Health gives us…

Distracted Driving Likely Cause in Easter Accident

Distracted Driving Likely Cause in Easter Accident

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More information is coming out about the driver involved in the accident that took out a power pole near Lake of the Pines in Southern Nevada County. Distracted driving is the likely cause of a Easter morning accident, knocking out power to 1700 PG&E customers. Dena Hernandez public information officer…

City of Auburn and Union Pacific Win Clean Air Awards

City of Auburn and Union Pacific Win Clean Air Awards

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The City of Auburn recently learned that it will receive the Clean Air Sustainability Award from a local nonprofit leader fighting for healthy air, Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails (Breathe). Kori Titus Chief Executive Officer of Breathe says it was Auburn’s comprehensive approach that won over the judges. Click to…

Still Time to Enter PARC Scholarship Contest

Still Time to Enter PARC Scholarship Contest

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Protect American River Canyons (PARC) is excited to announce 2 of the judges of the upcoming 2013 High School essay contest. Auburn SRA Sector Superintendent Mike Lynch and “Nature Noir” author Jordan Fisher-Smith will be on the panel of essay judges. Jordan Fisher-Smith literally wrote the book on the American…