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20 Thousands Pounds of Produced from Rotary Garden

20 Thousands Pounds of Produced from Rotary Garden

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The Auburn Rotary Club has produced 20 thousand pounds of vegetables from this year’s garden. Vergil Trainer hosts the quarter acre garden on his property in North Auburn and most of the 109 members help him maintain it as well as pick and distribute the bounty. Bart Ruud is one…

SYRCL Yuba River Clean Up

SYRCL Yuba River Clean Up

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For the 16th consecutive year, the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) seeks to once again unite the community for the Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day on Saturday, September 21st. Syrcl’s Executive Director Caleb Dardick appreciates all the work of the volunteers. SYRCL River Clean up 1 Dardick…

Placer County Veterans Stand Down

Placer County Veterans Stand Down

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Placer County Veterans Stand Down starts Tuesday and runs through Thursday at the Roseville Fairgrounds, 800 All American Blvd.  3 Days of Free Resources for Veterans & Family Members The event caters to homeless veterans and services include Medical, Dental and Optical Services for veterans as well as food and…

Auburn’s Black and White Affair

Auburn’s Black and White Affair

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A Subdued Street Dance in Auburn Saturday Night. For those who attended Auburn’s Black and White Affair, there was plenty of food from local restaurants and caterers as well as plenty of room for dancing at one of the many stages. What seemed to be missing were the people and…

Gold Run CHP Ends Pursuit with Special Technique

Gold Run CHP Ends Pursuit with Special Technique

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Gold Run CHP stopped a dangerous driver on Interstate 80 Wednesday. On September 11th at approximately 8:20 PM, an Auburn CHP Officer attempted to make a traffic stop on a white Honda CRX for exceeding the speed limit on I-80 eastbound near Applegate.  The Officer was able to stop the…

Juveniles Threaten Auburn Resident with Gun

Juveniles Threaten Auburn Resident with Gun

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3 juveniles were arrested for threatening a local man with a gun. On September 13, 2013 at approximately 00:22 a.m. Auburn Police officers responded to the 100 Block of Pine Street for a disturbance report with one of the subjects in possession of a firearm. When officers arrived, three male…

Placer Co Sheriff Thanks Facebook Followers

Placer Co Sheriff Thanks Facebook Followers

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The Placer County Sheriff’s Office used its facebook page to once again nab a suspected thief. Dena Irwin Public Information Officer with the Placer County Sheriff’s Office says they asked for your help in identifying a woman who entered the Best Buy store in north Auburn and walked directly to…

Councilman Kirby Victim of Identity Thefty

Councilman Kirby Victim of Identity Thefty

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Auburn City Councilman Bill Kirby relayed a cautionary tale from his seat at the Auburn City Council Monday evening. The councilman was the victim of attempted identity theft.             Click to hear Dr. Kirby Auburn Police Chief John Ruffcorn says technology is making it easier for thieves to steal credit…

Former South Lake Tahoe Police Officer Sentenced

Former South Lake Tahoe Police Officer Sentenced

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United States District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller sentenced John Gerald Poland, age 45, of South Lake Tahoe, today to 18 months in prison for one count of obstruction of an official proceeding.  He was ordered to self-surrender to the Bureau of Prisons on November 6, 2013. Poland was an Officer…

Mike Lynch of the ASRA is Back from Retirement

Mike Lynch of the ASRA is Back from Retirement

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Auburn State Recreation Area (ASRA) Superintendent Mike Lynch retired 4 months ago to work on the California Parks 150th Anniversary Celebration. Mike is back and was at the Confluence Saturday the 7th for Adventure Auburn where he shared what brought him back to the ASRA.             Lynch 1 Superintendent Lynch tells…