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Coming to an FM Radio Near You

Coming to an FM Radio Near You

Coming to an FM radio near you, the all new FM 104.5 KAHI. KAHI is proud to announce that our new FM antenna is up and FM 104.5 KAHI is coming soon! The entire antenna is about 10 feet tall and has been mounted about 215 feet above ground on…

Candidate Filing Begins on February 12th

Candidate Filing Begins on February 12th

Candidate filing for the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election begin on February 12, 2018. The Placer County Elections Division office will be open from 8 AM to 5 PM on February 12 for Lincoln’s Birthday andwill be closed on President’s Day (February 19). Candidate filing closes March 9, 2018. If…

Former Roseville Mayor and Placer County Supervisor Passes

Former Roseville Mayor and Placer County Supervisor Passes

Former Roseville Mayor and Placer County District I Supervisor F.C. “Rocky” Rockholm passed away yesterday after a short illness at the age of 73. Rockholm served as Roseville Mayor from 2002-2004 and again in 2006 before serving on the Placer County Board of Supervisors from 2007-2011. Rockholm also served on…

Three Teens On The Run Following Brutal Beating and Auto-Theft

Three Teens On The Run Following Brutal Beating and Auto-Theft

Three teens from a Loomis group home accused of a vicious assault on their caregiver eluded police twice on Thursday. The truck the teens are accused of stealing was spotted twice by the California Highway Patrol, but both times, they managed to get away. It started with a 911 call…

01/11/2018 Pioneer Community Energy Update

01/11/2018 Pioneer Community Energy Update

Barry Stigers, KAHI’s former News Director, now retired, contributes a weekly commentary to KAHI called ‘FOCUS.’ Barry has been working with KAHI News investigating the Pioneer Community Energy switch-over. The following is the latest in a series of investigative reports Barry is doing for KAHI Radio and his FOCUS program.…

Martis Valley Gains Placer’s Support In Workforce Housing Development

Martis Valley Gains Placer’s Support In Workforce Housing Development

Continuing its efforts to address the lack of workforce housing and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in North Lake Tahoe, the Placer County Board of Supervisors today voted to support a grant application to help fund the Schaffer’s Mill workforce housing project located in Martis Valley. The proposed Schaffer’s Mill…

UC CalFresh Teaches Nutrition Workshops Through Placer School for Adults

UC CalFresh Teaches Nutrition Workshops Through Placer School for Adults

Do you want to make healthy meals for your family, but think eating healthy is too expensive? Not familiar with how to read Nutrition Facts Labels, but want to learn? The UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program of Placer/Nevada Counties is offering a 2-part series of workshops called “Plan, Shop, Save…

Colorado County Manager Selected As Placer’s New CEO

Colorado County Manager Selected As Placer’s New CEO

Following a nationwide search, Placer County has selected Todd Leopold as its new county executive officer. The county Board of Supervisors unanimously approved his appointment and employment contract at their meeting Tuesday in Auburn. He is expected to start Jan. 22. Leopold is currently staying at a local apartment while…

Caltrans Seeks Community Feedback on Interstate 80 Bridge Projects

Caltrans Seeks Community Feedback on Interstate 80 Bridge Projects

Caltrans is inviting community residents and will have staff available to answer questions at their Open House to be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 10 at the Alta Community Center located at 33950 Bonnynook Road (behind the Alta Volunteer Fire Protection Station). Attendees will have an…

Meddlers Report For 1/9/18

Meddlers Report For 1/9/18

At this morning’s Meddlers Meeting, a variety of topics were addressed, two of which spurred lengthy conversations from crowd members. Both topics that sparked the most interest from the crowd were brought up while Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery was speaking. However, Montgomery was not the speaker to kick things…