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Woman Arrested Following Auburn Home Show Theft

Woman Arrested Following Auburn Home Show Theft

On Friday at approximately 09:30 AM, Officers were dispatched to the Home Show at the Gold Country Fairgrounds regarding a female that had attempted to steal alcohol from the bar. Officers contacted the 27 year old Auburn woman, Lindsey Inchaurregi. While investigating the matter the officers were contacted by five separate…

Cheryl Maki Announces Intention To Run For Auburn City Council

Cheryl Maki Announces Intention To Run For Auburn City Council

Cheryl Maki of Auburn has announced her intention to run for a seat on the Auburn City Council in the upcoming November election. Mrs. Maki made the announcement to 100 or so supporters at Bootleggers Restaurant in Old Town Auburn on Sunday, May 22. She gave a short speech about her…

El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Looking For Man Connected To Domestic Violence Case

El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Looking For Man Connected To Domestic Violence Case

Deputies are searching for a man wanted in connection to a domestic violence investigation, the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office said. Michael Sterba, 29, is described as 6 feet tall and weighing 170 pounds. He has sandy blond collar-length hair and a beard. He was last seen wearing a red…

Rocklin Hiker Found Alive And Well After Missing For 72 Hours

Rocklin Hiker Found Alive And Well After Missing For 72 Hours

A Rocklin hiker and his dog, who were missing for about four days in the Sierra, were found alive and well Thursday in Placer County, the sheriff’s office said. Cody Michael, 23, and his German Shepherd, Bauer, were spotted about 10 a.m. in the Cherry Point area by a Black…

91st California C of C Sacramento Host Breakfast

91st California C of C Sacramento Host Breakfast

For 91 years, since 1926, the Sacramento Host Committee and the California Chamber of Commerce have brought together leaders in California and abroad in finance, government, education, agriculture, military and industry to exchange views and renew friendships…all at a common table. Some 1200 attended the gathering, Wednesday morning, at the…

Every 15 Minutes Program In Nevada County This Week

Every 15 Minutes Program In Nevada County This Week

On Wednesday, May 18, 2016, the California Highway Patrol (CHP), in conjunction with the Nevada Union High School, will be conducting a simulated alcohol-involved traffic collision as part of the Every 15 Minutes program. The collision will be staged within Hooper Stadium on the campus of the high school and…

Potential Breach Of Health Information Out Of Elk Grove

Potential Breach Of Health Information Out Of Elk Grove

On April 25, 2016, following an investigation, California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) declared a potential breach of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Protected Health Information (PHI) that occurred on February 25, 2016.  A staff member’s non-encrypted, password-protected laptop was stolen from their personal vehicle. This laptop may have contained…

LGBT Rally Happening Today In Sacramento

LGBT Rally Happening Today In Sacramento

The LGBT organization Equality California will hold its lobby day, providing the latest opportunity to contrast California with other states. Advocates will be speaking in support of a measure to make single-stall bathrooms all-gender, which legislators specifically framed as a break with states such as North Carolina, and a bill…

Carmel Hospitality – Eat, Drink, Stay and Play

Carmel Hospitality – Eat, Drink, Stay and Play

Well worth the short 3 ½ hour drive from Auburn is the beautiful Carmel region of California. Perfect for a weekend or mid-week getaway or a full vacation, Carmel is pacific coast paradise. Carmel has hundreds of places to eat, drink, sleep, play, and just plain relax. The Vendange Carmel…

Native American Rock Opera Comes to Auburn

Native American Rock Opera Comes to Auburn

 “Something Inside is Broken” tells the other side of the story that you read in history books about the founding of Sacramento by John Sutter. It hits home with controversy about the treatment of Native Americans in the day. Jack Kohler wrote “Something Inside is Broken” and also composed the…