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First Responder Training at Sacramento Zoo

First Responder Training at Sacramento Zoo

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The Sacramento Zoo with the Sacramento Fire Department, Sacramento Police Department and UC Davis Medical Center performed a safety exercise at the Zoo Monday afternoon. Mary Healy Director of the zoo explains how the Mass Casualty Safety Response exercise came about. Zoo Exercise At 2pm sharp the training exercise began…

Alcohol a Factor in Death of Off-Duty USFS firefighter “Hotshot”

Alcohol a Factor in Death of Off-Duty USFS firefighter “Hotshot”

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A tragic accident resulted in the death of an off-duty US Forest Service firefighter with the “Hotshots” crew stationed in the Marysville area on Saturday. At approximately 1:10 AM on Saturday morning, 26 year old Andrew Gruenberg was driving a 2002 Hyundai Accent sedan westbound on Marysville Rd in Yuba…

The Auburn SRA After Dark

The Auburn SRA After Dark

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The Auburn State Recreation Area (ASRA) is a treasure in Placer County and as a State Park there are rules for the safety of visitors who visit the park. One of those rules is that the park closed a half hour after dusk. For many of those who love the…

APD Plea Award Winner

APD Plea Award Winner

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Law enforcement officers from across Placer County met in Rocklin recently for the annual PLEA awards ceremony. Peace Officers and law enforcement volunteers were honored for acts of bravery, life saving, and distinguished service. Auburn Police department volunteer Dave Albright received the Volunteer of the year award. Lt. Victor Pecoraro…

A New Business Opens on Lincoln Way

A New Business Opens on Lincoln Way

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With several Auburn businesses closing recently including the Ground Cow in Penryn, D’Lish, Cabes, and the Flying Pig, it is good news to celebrate an opening. The man Cave celebrated the opening of their thrift shop on Lincoln way. Owner Kirk Baxter says this is not a retail shop.             Man…

APD Arrests Angry Man Who Couldn’t Play The Lottery

APD Arrests Angry Man Who Couldn’t Play The Lottery

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Early Tuesday morning Auburn police officers responded to the 7-11 store located in the five hundred block of Auburn Ravine Road in response to a hold up alarm. The clerk pushed the alarm because an irate patron, later identified as thirty year old Jeremy Stigge, challenged him to fight. Stigge,…

Auburn Kiwanis See’s Candy Store Opening for Christmas

Auburn Kiwanis See’s Candy Store Opening for Christmas

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The See’s Candy Store is opening for Christmas by your Auburn Kiwanis THIS Saturday. This is an annual fundraiser with the proceeds going back into the community for many Kiwanis projects. Gil Hemmer long time Kiwanis member and past president says in addition to all your See’s Candy favorites they…

Dahle Hosts Agriculture Town Meeting in Nevada City Friday

Dahle Hosts Agriculture Town Meeting in Nevada City Friday

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Assembly member Brain Dahle wants to invite you to an Agricultural town hall meeting. Friday. California’s largest industry, Agriculture will be the topic of the discussion with industry leaders on how farming and ranching affects the economy and learn about decisions being made in Sacramento that impact agriculture in this…

SLT Plastic Bag Ban To Take Effect in 2014

SLT Plastic Bag Ban To Take Effect in 2014

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At the South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting on October 15th, the City Council passed an ordinance that will ban single-use plastic bags in the City. This ban will take effect for grocery stores and food vendors on January 15, 2014 and for all remaining retail establishments on October 15,…

Subject of Silver Alert Found in Gold Run Area

Subject of Silver Alert Found in Gold Run Area

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Officers from the Gold Run CHP were alerted to a car that had gone over an embankment on Forest Hill Road west of Robinson Flat Road Wednesday morning. Officer Chris Nave with the Gold Run CHP Office says they found one occupant in the car.             Gold Run Fatality 1 Officer…