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City Council Talks About Blue Bags

City Council Talks About Blue Bags

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The Auburn City Council adopted the 2.03% cost of living adjustment as part of the Recology contract. Garbage rates in the city will increase a modest amount depending on usage for July first of this year through June 30 of next year. During the public comment portion Auburn resident Michael…

PCWA Looking for New Director

PCWA Looking for New Director

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The Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) Board of Directors is accepting letters of interest from prospective candidates to fill the unexpired term of former PCWA District 2 Director Alex Ferreira, who retired on June 6.  The individual appointed to the vacancy by the PCWA Board of Directors will serve the…

Granite Bay Sailor Receives Prestigious Award

Granite Bay Sailor Receives Prestigious Award

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Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Michael Heinz of Granite Bay, became the first ever recipient from U.S. Pacific Command’s Joint Intelligences Operations Center to receive the “Naval Intelligence Professionals” award and was ranked in the top five of 120 peers from among all Armed Forces at Joint Intelligences Operations Center. In…

El Dorado County Sheriff Wants to Say Thank You

El Dorado County Sheriff Wants to Say Thank You

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It’ always nice to get a thank you and this one goes out to the public from El Dorado County Sheriff John D’Agostini. On Monday, (June 3) Sheriff D’Agostini asked for the Public’s help to solve the burglary of a business in Town Center, El Dorado Hills. On May 20,…

State Controller is Cautiously Optimistic About May Numbers

State Controller is Cautiously Optimistic About May Numbers

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Cautiously optimistic State Controller John Chiang today released his monthly report covering California’s cash balance, receipts and disbursements in May 2013.  Total revenues for the month equaled $7.27 billion, beating estimates by $799.1 million (12.4 percent). Jacob Roper Public Information Officer with the controller’s Office says although numbers are up…

Sutter Auburn Faith AIM Program

Sutter Auburn Faith AIM Program

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Patients in the Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital service area with late-stage chronic illness can access the same resources and support available to big city residents thanks to the next major expansion at the local hospital. Thanks to Sutter Health’s Advanced Illness Management (AIM)® program, The expansion extends access to eligible…

Hoffman Lane Fire in Auburn

Hoffman Lane Fire in Auburn

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A vegetation fire broke out on Hoffman Lane in Auburn around 2 O’clock Monday afternoon. Craig McArdle Division Chief with Auburn Fire says crews responded to the area behind the Salvation Army retail store. Auburn grass fire 1 There were no injuries and not structures damage. Auburn Fire Chief Mark…

Del Oro Graduation Rescheduled

Del Oro Graduation Rescheduled

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Parents of Del Oro High School Seniors received a robo-call from Del Oro Sunday afternoon saying that there will be a continuance of the graduation ceremony Tuesday, June 11th, starting at 6:30pm in the Bonner Gym at Del Oro High School. Moving the ceremony indoors causes the school to limit…

Cool Fire Held to 3 Acres

Cool Fire Held to 3 Acres

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The Fire outside Cool in El Dorado County was contained to 3 acres. Fire crews remained on Scene Saturday mopping up.…

Del Oro High School Graduation Cancelled Due to Heat

Del Oro High School Graduation Cancelled Due to Heat

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The record temperatures on Saturday brought an abrupt end to graduation ceremonies at Del Oro High School. First responders were called to the stadium for spectators who were suffering from the heat, shortly into the ceremony all available ambulances were trying to get into the stadium when Principle Dan Gayaldo…