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Bear Poachers to be Arrained

Bear Poachers to be Arrained

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Two men arrested on suspicion of unlawfully killing bear and possession of bear parts for sale are scheduled to be arraigned in El Dorado County Superior Court Today (June 4). California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Warden Mark Michilizzi says officers arrested Peter George Vitali, of Pioneer, and Arthur…

Placer Land Trust Ribbon Cutting for New Trail

Placer Land Trust Ribbon Cutting for New Trail

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The opening the new Canyon View Trail to the public with a dedication ceremony was held Saturday on National Trails Day. Jeff Darlington Executive Director of the Placer Land Trust welcomed the over 100 in attendance Saturday morning at the trail head near the Bowman exit off interstate 80 in…

Placer County Grand Jury Report on County Main Jail

Placer County Grand Jury Report on County Main Jail

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The Placer County Grand Jury is out with their annual reports and several of those reports have to do with law enforcement and dispatch services. The Jury is responsible for conducting several annual assessments including the annual report of the Placer county main jail. The Grand Jury findings included the…

Cal-Fire Staffing Up for High Fire Danger

Cal-Fire Staffing Up for High Fire Danger

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With dry winds forecast for many parts of Northern California, CAL FIRE has increased its staffing and is urging the public to be extra cautious due to the heightened fire danger. Nevada County was very concerned that a Cal-Fire engine would not be staffed at their Coyote Street station and…

Rocklin PD Needs Your Help

Rocklin PD Needs Your Help

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Rocklin Police investigators are hoping you can help them crack a case by identifying a person of interest. On February 1, of this year, an unknown person entered a bank in Folsom and used account information to withdrawal cash from an account belonging to a Rocklin resident.  Surveillance cameras captured…

Woman in Jail after Punching Man

Woman in Jail after Punching Man

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Woman ends up in jail after hitting a man and trying to take his Mandolin. On Thursday morning May 30th Auburn Police Department officers were called to Auburn Ravine Road for a physical fight in progress. When officers arrived, they detained Chien Hershberger as she was walking away from the…

Making Movies an Economic Driver for County

Making Movies an Economic Driver for County

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Placer County has a rich history in the movie business but as Beverly Lewis, Film Office Director says it is a business and Placer County needs to know what Hollywood is looking for. That is why the county recently held a conference for government officials who may be involved in…

National Trails Day Event Needs Volunteers

National Trails Day Event Needs Volunteers

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The Forest Service will be celebrating the out-of-doors during the National Trails Day event in June.  On Saturday, June 1, in conjunction with the Bear Yuba Land Trust and many other trails/outdoor recreation organizations, the Forest Service will be hosting an information booth in downtown Nevada City from 9:00 am…

Auburn Appreciates its Volunteers

Auburn Appreciates its Volunteers

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The city of Auburn is proud of its volunteers and the city council took time at the last council meeting to highlight some of the outstanding programs the city enjoys thanks to its volunteers. Auburn City manager Bob Richardson also notes the significant cost saving volunteers make possible for the…

Memorial for Gold Run CHP Officer Todd Kettwig

Memorial for Gold Run CHP Officer Todd Kettwig

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The memorial for Gold Run CHP Officer Todd Kettwig filled the St. Teresa Of Avila Catholic Church in Auburn Wednesday morning to overflowing. CHP Officers from up and down the sate attended the services for the Officer who died after a 19-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Friends and family and…