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Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery Talks About Upcoming Community Meetings

Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery Talks About Upcoming Community Meetings

Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery has been having her coffee get-togethers for some seven years. She told Mary Jane Popp in studio Monday that they will continue. She finds them very valuable to consider what issues are of concern to her constituents in District 5. District 5 covers 70% of…

State Theater in Auburn

State Theater in Auburn

Have you checked out the State Theater in Auburn lately? They have a wonderful calendar of upcoming events from acclaimed jazz singers live on stage January 30th to an Oscar’s Party February 28 for the Academy Awards. A live production of “Music Man” is coming in April. Janis Wykoff filled…

Former KCRA TV Reporter Visits KAHI

Former KCRA TV Reporter Visits KAHI

Winner of the California Historical Society book award, author Steve Swatt dropped by the KAHI Tuesday for an interview with Mary Jane Popp about his new book “Game Changers.” Steve is a former reporter for KCRA TV where he continues to work as a commentator for elections. He is the…

First Snowpack Measures In Three Times Higher Than Last Year

First Snowpack Measures In Three Times Higher Than Last Year

Last week’s Placer County Water Agency Board of Directors meeting, the first snowpack and water supply report of the year 2016 was presented. The latest snowpack levels in the American River basin measured almost 16 inches of water equivalent, which is 100 percent of the 30-year average and three times…

Robert Weygandt Selected as Placer Co. Board of Supervisors Chairman

Robert Weygandt Selected as Placer Co. Board of Supervisors Chairman

Last week, District 2 Supervisor Robert Weygandt was selected to serve as chairman of the Placer County Board of Supervisors for 2016 by his fellow board members during the board’s first meeting of the year on January 5. District 5 Supervisor, KAHI regular, Jennifer Montgomery was named as vice chair…

NorCal Shaken By 4.3 Quake Near Eureka

NorCal Shaken By 4.3 Quake Near Eureka

According to the Associated Press this morning, an earthquake jolted a Northern California area but there were no reports of any problems last night. The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 4.3-temblor struck shortly before 11 p.m. Wednesday and was centered 36 miles southwest of Eureka. The Humboldt County Sheriff’s…

Hacker Group “Anonymous” Threatens Sacramento On Homeless Policy

Hacker Group “Anonymous” Threatens Sacramento On Homeless Policy

Another threat by the hacking group “Anonymous” is threatening the City of Sacramento. The Sacramento Bee reported this morning, that a new video has been posted by the group, targeting a homeless policy in the county that prohibits urban camping. The video said that the actions of police on January…

“Quality of Life” Ordinances Pass in Placer County

“Quality of Life” Ordinances Pass in Placer County

Placer County supervisors approved restrictions on aggressive panhandling and urinating and defecating in public in response to growing complaints about some homeless people in north Auburn this week, according to details in the Sacramento Bee. Taking action on a package of “quality of life” ordinances, the board also unanimously voted…

Folsom Lake Levels Climbing Back Up

Folsom Lake Levels Climbing Back Up

In a month since Folsom Lake hit a historic low, recent rains are helping lake levels inch back up, 30 feet in 30 days, according to KCRA. On Wednesday, the lake was still more sand than water, but a continuing El Nino pattern may help change that. Shane Hunt with the…

From a Record Low, to Lots of Snow! 12″ Predicted for Summits

From a Record Low, to Lots of Snow!  12″ Predicted for Summits

California water managers say the Sierra Nevada has an above-average snowpack for this time of year, yet it’s not enough to make a dent in California’s stubborn drought… yet. Department of Water Resources spokesman Doug Carlson said preliminary estimates taken Wednesday show that recent storms boosted the snowpack’s statewide water…