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City Council Candidates Square Off In Debate

City Council Candidates Square Off In Debate

  Last night, the five candidates in the city council election, took part in a debate at the downtown Auburn State Theatre. Contestants Dr. Bill Kirby, Dave Lawicka, Roger Luebkeman, Cheryl Maki and Keith Nesbitt each fielded questions from both a three team panel as well as selected crowd questions.…

Placer Agrees To Spend $3.1 Million For Tree Removal

Placer Agrees To Spend $3.1 Million For Tree Removal

  With an ever-growing number of drought-weakened trees dying from bark beetle infestation, the Placer County Board of Supervisors today approved a plan to remove hazardous trees that could damage or destroy county infrastructure. County staff has identified approximately 1,800 trees in need of immediate removal. With an estimate of…

Squirrel Hunter Accidentally Kills Wife

Squirrel Hunter Accidentally Kills Wife

  A Sacramento man who was hunting for squirrels in El Dorado County accidentally shot and killed his wife, deputies said Tuesday. Lee Lao called 911 about 5:15 p.m. to report that he shot his wife, Mee Vang, while hunting in the 10500 block of Wentworth Springs Road in Stumpy…

Loomis Library Prepares Children’s Section For Re-opening In October

Loomis Library Prepares Children’s Section For Re-opening In October

    After closure, the Town of Loomis leased the building and put Measures F and G on the November ballot to fund the library. In anticipation of this, the Friends of the Loomis Library have been working hard towards a phased re-opening of library services this fall. One group…

The Meddlers Report For September 27th, 2016

The Meddlers Report For September 27th, 2016

  Today at the Meddlers meeting Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery spoke briefly about the latest happenings for the county as well as different topics discussed at yesterday’s Placer County supervisor meeting. The Meddlers is an open forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce every Tuesday morning at…

Man Who Puts Pie In Mayor Kevin Johnson’s Face Gets Bailed Out

Man Who Puts Pie In Mayor Kevin Johnson’s Face Gets Bailed Out

  A man who was charged with assault and battery after he hit Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson in the face with a pie, has been released from jail after bail was posted. The Sacramento Bee says Sean Thompson was released Friday night after Marilyn Young, owner of Knotty Girls Bail…

Motorcyclist Shot Dead On I-80 By Rival Group

Motorcyclist Shot Dead On I-80 By Rival Group

A motorcyclist was shot and killed on westbound Interstate 80 Saturday in Nevada County, the California Highway Patrol said. Officers received a report of a traffic collision just before 3 p.m. near Overland Trail, just east of Truckee, officials said. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, the CHP…

The Forgotten Soldier Program Begins Fundraising For Purchase Of Next Door Garden

The Forgotten Soldier Program Begins Fundraising For Purchase Of Next Door Garden

  The Forgotten Soldiers Program (FSP) has begun the process of purchasing the land under the Armed Forces Pavilion Community Garden (AFPCG) located directly next to their office on 995 Lincoln Way in downtown Auburn. The founder of the FSP, Donna Arz, told KAHI News that it’s time to buy…

Sierra College Rocklin Campus Holds Health & Wellness Fair

Sierra College Rocklin Campus Holds Health & Wellness Fair

  What: Health & Wellness Fair targeted to seniors and their caregivers When: Friday, September 23, 9am – 2pm Where: The Sierra College Rocklin Campus, building J – Campus Center. The Rocklin Campus is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, in Rocklin CA, 95677. Who: This event is organized and presented…

The First Annual Farm Tank Summit Is Right Around The Corner

The First Annual Farm Tank Summit Is Right Around The Corner

  Industry experts from the agriculture and food industries are coming together in downtown Sacramento for panel discussions on issues like food transparency, technology, conservation and working within regulations. For the Sacramento area, the Farm-to-Fork movement is long-celebrated. But for two days in September, the accomplishments of the movement will…