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End Your St. Patrick’s Day With A Free Tow Home

End Your St. Patrick’s Day With A Free Tow Home

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St. Patrick’s Day is a time of celebration with family and friends that often includes, shamrocks, corned beef, and possibly the consumption of alcoholic beverages, like the famous green beer. If you’ve been drinking on St. Patrick’s Day and you consider yourself beyond the legal limit or unsafe for driving,…

Man Arrested For Carrying Multiple Types Of Controlled Substances With Intent To Sell

Man Arrested For Carrying Multiple Types Of Controlled Substances With Intent To Sell

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Rocklin Police Department released their weekly crime report on Monday.  Among the crimes listed on the report was an arrest made of a man holding several types of controlled substances. Police responded to a call on Placer West Drive on March 9th, after receiving reports of a suspicious person in…

The VFW Teams Up With Boy Scouts For Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

The VFW Teams Up With Boy Scouts For Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

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The VFW and Boy Scout Troop 13 are ready to fill your belly’s full of delicious spaghetti this Wednesday March 18th at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Auburn. Volunteers from the VFW will create the homemade spaghetti dinner that also includes fresh salad and scrumptious garlic bread. Tickets are $5…

NID Considers Drought Plan Due To Scant Snowpack

NID Considers Drought Plan Due To Scant Snowpack

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Directors of the Nevada Irrigation District said because the mountain snow pack is at near-record low levels, NID is formulating plans for implementation of the district’s Drought Contingency Plan. Although water level at Bowman Reservoir is 79 percent of average, this winter’s warm storms have produced more rain than snow…

Nevada City Fire Claims Two Lives

Nevada City Fire Claims Two Lives

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Friday morning at 4:00, a female from the 17000 block of Country Circle in Nevada City, called 911 reporting her residence was on fire and that she and her adult son were trapped in the residence. Fire department personnel and deputies from the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office responded to the…

Stockton Police Need Help Searching For Man Who Brutally Attacked His Mother

Stockton Police Need Help Searching For Man Who Brutally Attacked His Mother

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As of Sunday night, Stockton police continue to search for a 55-year-old Randy Francis, who is accused of attacking his elderly mother over the weekend. Francis assaulted his mother, 86-year-old, Imogene “Jeanie” Francis about 2:15 p.m. The landlord of the Pacific Arms Apartment, where Jeanie lived, Jeanie’s son Randy into…

Cesar Chavez Speaker Series At Sierra College Celebrates Mexican American Women of WWII

Cesar Chavez Speaker Series At Sierra College Celebrates Mexican American Women of WWII

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The annual Sierra College Cesar Chavez Speaker Series event takes place on Thursday March 26th.  The title of this year’s event is Hidden Voices: Mexican American Women of WWII. The purpose of the César E. Chávez Higher Education Speaker Series is to promote cultural awareness that César Chávez and others…

Rocklin Adopts “Social Host Ordinance” To Combat Teen Drinking

Rocklin Adopts “Social Host Ordinance” To Combat Teen Drinking

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Earlier this week, the city of Rocklin made the decision to crack down on parents who allow or supply alcohol to teenagers. Over the course of three years, Rocklin PD officers have fielded more than 2,000 complaints from residents regarding parties that have gotten out of control. A proposed “Social…

Two Placer County Libraries Struggling To Stay Open

Two Placer County Libraries Struggling To Stay Open

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Members of the Friends of the Loomis Library Group continue to gather signatures and put up signs around town to keep the doors open. Placer County officials said it’s not an easy decision. They said there is not enough money in the reserves to keep it open. Placer County Library…

El Dorado Hills Man Indicted For Embezzlement

El Dorado Hills Man Indicted For Embezzlement

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A federal grand jury indicted an El Dorado Hills man for embezzlement on Wednesday. Jeffrey Lamson, 51, is charged with wire fraud, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office news release for allegedly stealing $400,000 from a former employer. This case is the product of an investigation by the Internal Revenue…