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Cannabis Ordinance Meeting Thursday In Auburn

Cannabis Ordinance Meeting Thursday In Auburn

With Placer County’s new cannabis ordinance now in effect, county staff will host a town hall meeting in Auburn April 6 to answer questions about the new rules for cannabis cultivation and the county’s complaint and enforcement process. The meeting will be held from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, April 6, at…

Sierra College Set to Host Spring Jazz Invitational Concert

Sierra College Set to Host Spring Jazz Invitational Concert

The Sierra College Music Department is proud to present a Spring Jazz Invitational Concert on Wednesday, April 19th, 7:30pm in Dietrich Theatre on the Sierra College Rocklin Campus. Spend an evening with the Rocklin High School Jazz Ensemble, directed by Tom Douglass, the Placer High School Jazz Ensemble, directed by…

Sutter Auburn Faith Recognized As a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality”

Sutter Auburn Faith Recognized As a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality”

Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital has been recognized as a ‘Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the country’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization. The annual survey, conducted by Healthcare Equality Index (HEI), recognizes facilities that…

Folsom Hires New Fire Chief

Folsom Hires New Fire Chief

The City of Folsom announced today the appointment of new Folsom Fire Department Chief Felipe Rodriguez, effective June 1. Folsom City Manager Evert Palmer appointed Rodriguez following an extensive national executive search. “Chief Rodriguez is a well-qualified, proven leader who brings a wealth of talent and experience to this position,”…

Radio Law Talk Debuts On KAHI Tomorrow At 11am

Radio Law Talk Debuts On KAHI Tomorrow At 11am

Your local source for everything that is foothills, AM 950 KAHI, is proud to welcome the Radio Law Talk Show into it’s Saturday line up. Long time supporter and friend to KAHI Radio, Fred Penney, will be the show’s host every Saturday morning from 11am till noon starting April 1st.…

Snowpack’s Water Content Remains Far above Average

Snowpack’s Water Content Remains Far above Average

With every monthly measurement of the California snowpack this winter, the state’s rebound from the previous five years of drought becomes more evident. Yesterday’s electronic readings from 95 sites in the Sierra Nevada show an average statewide snow water equivalent (SWE) of 45.8 inches, or 164 percent of the historical…

Man’s Identity and Cause of Death Released On February Death Outside Homesless Shelter

Man’s Identity and Cause of Death Released On February Death Outside Homesless Shelter

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office released a pair of key facts regarding the Feb. 23rd death of a man outside of the Right Hand Auburn homeless shelter in the Dewitt Government campus. First, a toxicology report was released, which showed the man died from a methamphetamine overdose. The official release…

Low Interest Federal Disaster Relief Loans For Small Businesses

Low Interest Federal Disaster Relief Loans For Small Businesses

Small nonfarm businesses in 26 California counties, including: El Dorado, Sacramento, Placer and a neighboring Nevada county, are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by drought in the following primary counties…

Severe Storm Warning Issued For South Lake Tahoe Communities Tomorrow

Severe Storm Warning Issued For South Lake Tahoe Communities Tomorrow

A severe storm warning has been issued for the Lake Tahoe area tomorrow. According to the Reno National Weather Service you should expect continued high flows on rivers and streams with gradual snowmelt or controlled releases. No storm-related spikes expected through mid-next week and no meaningful forecast changes. Increasing potential…

70-Year-Old Man Has Fatal Collision With Pole In Rough and Ready

70-Year-Old Man Has Fatal Collision With Pole In Rough and Ready

On Monday, a 70 year old male, was riding a Yamaha 500cc motorcycle northbound on Rough and Ready Highway. The bike was traveling 45 MPH in the northbound lane while approaching the intersection of Valley Drive. He was wearing a helmet, although he was not licensed to be driving a…