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NTSB Requests Public’s Help in Fatal Plane Crash

NTSB Requests Public’s Help in Fatal Plane Crash

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The National Traffic Safety Board is asking for the public’s help regarding the plane crash in Auburn Saturday night. The victims in Saturday’s plane crash were identified Monday as pilot Bruce Albright Rhymes, and Kathy Lorraine Rhymes, husband and wife from Susanville. The couple was 100 yards short of the runway…

State’s Supreme Court Ruling on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Considered a Victory

State’s Supreme Court Ruling on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Considered a Victory

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Cities and counties in California are considering the state’s Supreme Court ruling on medical marijuana dispensaries a victory. The City of Auburn’s position on medical marijuana dispensaries was at risk pending a decision of the California Supreme Court. On May 6, the Court decided the case of the City of…

Placer County BOS In Session Tuesday

Placer County BOS In Session Tuesday

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The Placer County Board of Supervisors is in session Tuesday.   The Board will hear a presentation on the Affordable Health Act and will recognize and honor Gerald “Gerry” Brentnall for his service on the Placer County Planning Commission and posthumouly recognize and honor Michael Goodwin for his contributions to…

Camping Memorial Day Weekend? Most Trails are Open.

Camping Memorial Day Weekend? Most Trails are Open.

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Most campgrounds and recreation sites within the Tahoe National Forest will be open for Memorial Day and most trails are open with only patches of snow on north facing slopes.  “The dry winter and spring this past year has enabled us to get campgrounds open earlier than normal,” stated Tom…

The Victims in Saturday’s Plane Crash have been Identified

The Victims in Saturday’s Plane Crash have been Identified

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The victims in yesterday’s plane crash have been identified as pilot Bruce Albright Rhymes, 6-8-53, and Kathy Lorraine Rhymes, 2-3-55,  husband and wife from Susanville.…

Fatal Plane Crash in Auburn

Fatal Plane Crash in Auburn

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Auburn Airport was the scene of a fatal plane crash Saturday night. Reports are that a commercial airliner in the area Saturday night picked up a distress signal from a private plane around 9 pm. The crash site was discovered around 12:30 Sunday morning. Craig McCardle Division Chief with Auburn…

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office Seeking the Public’s Help

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office Seeking the Public’s Help

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The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying the subjects in the photos shown below. A series of auto burglaries occurred on April 20, on Hwy. 89 between Tahoe City and Truckee. The subjects, a white male, a white female and an older white male are…

Placer County Youth Commission Taking Applications

Placer County Youth Commission Taking Applications

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The Placer County Youth Commission is currently looking for dedicated, engaged, and motivated youth from all over Placer County to fill the 18 spots for the 2013-2014 Commission. The Placer County Youth Commission is a youth advisory board to the Placer County Board of Supervisors.  It works to include and…

Beware of Construction-Type Scams

Beware of Construction-Type Scams

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With spring comes home improvement projects and unlicensed contractors looking to scam residents. The Placer county Sheriff’s Office is asking Placer County residents to beware of construction-type scams, specifically driveway sealing and paving. There is a group presently in the area that is contacting home owners by soliciting door-to-door, and…

Drowning Victim Identified

Drowning Victim Identified

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The body of a man found by kayakers in the North fork of the American River on Sunday May 12 has been identified. 62-year old Tony Ray Hall of Carmichael, Ca was identified by the Placer County Sheriff’s Coroner as the man believed to have drowned in the river on Sunday.…