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Local Students Learn How To Make “The Right Choice” With Drugs and Alcohol

Local Students Learn How To Make “The Right Choice” With Drugs and Alcohol

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office and the Loomis Union School District are working together to make sure students always make “The Right Choice” when it comes to drugs and alcohol. The Right Choice is a drug prevention, education and awareness program for 7th and 8th grade students. It is a…

The Meddlers Report: 4/18/2017

The Meddlers Report: 4/18/2017

This week’s Meddlers report is focused on the low stress environment that seemed to be flowing through the Rose Room in Auburn City Hall this morning. Placer County Supervisor, Jennifer Montgomery, began this morning’s activities by telling the crowd that there will be no board meeting today. The Supervisors typically…

KAHI Radio Official Broadcast Partner For Lincoln Potters

KAHI Radio Official Broadcast Partner For Lincoln Potters

KAHI Radio is proud to announce that we will be the official radio broadcast station for the Lincoln Potters baseball team. The Potters are set to begin their inaugural 2017 season on June 1st. The Potters play a 62 game schedule this summer. The Potters will sport their home uniforms…

DWR Opens Bids For Oroville Spillway Repair

DWR Opens Bids For Oroville Spillway Repair

The Department of Water Resources (DWR) opened bids submitted by three contractors to repair the Oroville spillway. The bids are for work to implement DWR’s Oroville spillway recovery plan so a system is in place by November 1, 2017 that can safely accommodate next winter’s weather. The bids were reviewed…

New American River Bridge For State Highway 49

New American River Bridge For State Highway 49

Caltrans, its partners and the community today celebrated the start of construction on a new bridge on State Highway 49, which will meet current seismic standards and provide safer access for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. The new bridge on the south fork of the American River in the Coloma-Lotus community…

This Weeks Storm Sets New Water Year Record For Precipitation

This Weeks Storm Sets New Water Year Record For Precipitation

Never in nearly a century of Department of Water Resources (DWR) recordkeeping has so much precipitation fallen in the northern Sierra in a water year. DWR reported today that 89.7 inches of precipitation – rain and snowmelt – has been recorded by the eight weather stations it has monitored continuously…

Live Broadcast Of NID Twice Monthly Meetings Demanded

Live Broadcast Of NID Twice Monthly Meetings Demanded

Nearly one year after receiving that request in a formal letter, Nevada Irrigation District’s board members rejected a request to live-stream and broadcast video footage of their twice-monthly meetings. Instead, a motion to improve the audio recording system the district currently has in place was approved. That system saves audio…

Drones Will Be the New Weapon For the County Against Mosquitos

Drones Will Be the New Weapon For the County Against Mosquitos

The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District has two new weapons in its fight against disease-carrying mosquitoes. The district plans to use drones to help spot places where mosquitoes could breed. Two small drones could be flying over remote areas in Placer County soon on the hunt for mosquitoes. Joel…

Sheriff’s Office Issues Warning to Parents About Spring Break Parties

Sheriff’s Office Issues Warning to Parents About Spring Break Parties

The issue was made on Placer County Sheriff social media sites and read as follows: “It is spring break for many students, and with it comes teenagers looking for parties. Parents, please remind your teens of the dangers of posting an upcoming party to social media. And also remember that…

Recent Gift Is Extra Special For Seniors First

Recent Gift Is Extra Special For Seniors First

Giving of time and resources is nothing new to the Board of Directors and Staff at Seniors First. Their programs and team of dedicated volunteers provide isolated seniors with the delivery of hot nutritious food, a caring watchful eye and friendship. But it was a recent and special memorial gift…