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Amgen in Auburn

Amgen in Auburn

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Volunteers gathered behind Auburn’s City Hall around 10:30 am for one final briefing from Auburn Police Chief John Ruffcorn on their roll in the Amgen tour of California Bicycle race. Amgen day 1 Auburn Mayor Bridgette powers also thanked the volunteers for making the event go smoothly. Amgen day 2…

Nevada Union High School Vandalized

Nevada Union High School Vandalized

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Nevada Union High school Suffered severe vandalism over night. Students lockers were broken into and the contents were strewn around the campus. Students are encouraged to go to the school and claim their property. A reward is being offered to anyone with information about he vandals who may be responsible.…

Placer Sheriff’s Detectives Arrest Two for ID Theft

Placer Sheriff’s Detectives Arrest  Two for ID Theft

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Placer County Sheriff’s detectives arrested two Richmond residents at the Rocklin Target store Tuesday on charges of identity theft, burglary, grand theft and use of a fraudulent access device. A group of Richmond residents was arrested at the Auburn Target store on similar charges two weeks ago. Darryl Lee Brown,…

Bureau of Reclamations Released 70K Acre Feet of Water

Bureau of Reclamations Released 70K Acre Feet of Water

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The California Bureau of Reclamations has released more than 70,000 acre feet of water from dams on the American and Stanislaus rivers. The Placer County water Agency or PCWA says it is very concerned about what the state’s plan is for this summer and next year if the drought persists.…

Over 3 Million Dollars Raised on Big Day of Giving

Over 3 Million Dollars Raised on Big Day of Giving

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The BIG Day of Giving on May 6th was truly historical for our community. Ilene Speaker with the Placer community Foundation has the numbers.             Big day Totals 1 Non-profits raised thousands of dollars but one particular Land Trust was a stand out.             Big day Totals 2 This total was the…

Pertussis Death in Placer County

Pertussis Death in Placer County

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The Placer County Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday that Pertussis, better known as whooping cough, has claimed the life of a Placer County infant less than six months of age. Dr. Robert Oldham, the Public Health Officer for Placer County emphasizes that it is important for both…

Emergency Sewer Repair on HWY 49

Emergency Sewer Repair on HWY 49

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The Placer County Board of Supervisors had an unusually brief agenda Tuesday, May 6th. One very important agenda item was  to approve plans and specifications for repairing a section of sewer-system pipe located under Highway 49 at New Airport Road in Auburn; and Authorize staff to seek bids and award…

Marc Klass Bringing Print-a-thon to Grass Valley

Marc Klass Bringing Print-a-thon to Grass Valley

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The father of Polly Klaas (Marc Klaas) announces a KLAAS KIDS PRINT-A-THON WHAT: KlaasKids Foundation Child Safety Programs are designed to promote awareness and education for parents and children in an effort to protect children against violence. WHY: Following the kidnap and murder of his daughter Polly Klaas in 1993,…

Tearing Down the Wall on the Big Day of Giving

Tearing Down the Wall on the Big Day of Giving

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The Mayor, a Supervisor, the Founder of APPAC and many more turned out to help tear down the wall at the State Theater on this Big Day of Giving. Tear Down the Wall renovation will remove the central wall that currently divides the auditorium, creating a much larger space and…

Granite Bay Man Arrested for $6.8 Million Bank Fraud

Granite Bay Man Arrested for $6.8 Million Bank Fraud

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SACRAMENTO, CA—Michael T. Sahlbach, 60, of Granite Bay, was arrested today on six counts of bank and wire fraud, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced. A federal grand jury returned the sealed indictment yesterday; it was unsealed after his arrest today. According to court documents, Sahlbach owned and operated…