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APD Investigates Wallet Theft

APD Investigates Wallet Theft

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An unidentified woman stole the wallet of a customer shopping in Auburn, took the credit cards from the wallet and used them to buy $900 in items at the Target store on Bell Road in Auburn. The Auburn Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the woman…

Saving the Dewitt Theater

Saving the Dewitt Theater

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On the property where the parking lot for the proposed Coscto project would be built is the historic DeWitt Theater tentatively scheduled to be demolished. Michael and Kay Coder have been giving music lessons and hosting stage shows in the historic theater since 1998 as the Music and More Arts…

Seniors First Loses Meals on Wheels Funding

Seniors First Loses Meals on Wheels Funding

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Local charitable organization, Seniors First, Providing various programs for Seniors in Placer County, to keep Seniors independent, was notified by the Area 4 agency on Aging, who is a stand-alone joint powers authority with non-profit status, that their Meals on Wheels Funding which delivers hot meals to home bound seniors…

SYRCL Film Festival Winners

SYRCL Film Festival Winners

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The South Yuba River Citizen Leagues’ (SYRCL) Film festival was this past weekend in Nevada city with various venues screening short environmental videos like PARCS video on the American River Wild and Scenic designation to feature length documentaries like this year’s Best of Festival’s Gasland II “What the oil and…

NID Asks Customers for Volunteer Water Conservation

NID Asks Customers for Volunteer Water Conservation

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Voluntary water restrictions are in effect. The Nevada Irrigation District is preparing for long term dry conditions and the increasing possibility of limited water supplies in 2014. NID General Manager Rem Scherzinger said Friday (Jan. 10) that the district is asking all water customers to voluntarily reduce water usage by…

CPR Equipment for the City of Auburn

CPR Equipment for the City of Auburn

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Auburn Mayor Bridgette Powers and Fire Chief Mark D’Ambrogi joined Gold Rush Chevrolet Manger Stewart Snyder to accept the donation of CPR Equipment for the city of Auburn.             CPR mannequin Photos of the event are on our KAHI facebook page. Chief D’Ambrogi says they weill be training trainers and offering…

Auburn’s Award Winning Sewer Treatment Plant

Auburn’s Award Winning Sewer Treatment Plant

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It is a new year and there are lots of changes happening at Auburn’s City Hall. At Monday night’s closed session prior to the City Council meeting, council members got a first look at a few names of retired City Managers given to the city from the League of California…

Car Seat Safety Event in Colfax

Car Seat Safety Event in Colfax

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Keeping children safe while riding in a vehicle is a top priority for the California Highway Patrol (CHP).  The CHP has teamed up Sierra Market to conduct a FREE car seat check-up event. The recent California law that took effect January 1, 2012, extends the length of time a child…

Vandals Break Through Trophy Case at Placer High School

Vandals Break Through Trophy Case at Placer High School

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Plywood now covers 2 large windows in the trophy case of the cafeteria at Placer High School where vandals broke in and damaged cash registers inside the school cafeteria. More damage within the school included several classroom windows. According to Sgt. Gary Hopping with the Auburn Police Department the damage was…

PG and E Phone Scams

PG and E Phone Scams

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PG&E has learned of an email and telephone scam targeting residents across the United States. Janna Morris with PG&E describes what customers are receiving in the their in box or over the phone.          PG&E Scams 2  Morris says the company will not call you for payments.           PG&E Scams 1           …