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Caltrans Seeks Community Feedback on Interstate 80 Bridge Projects

Caltrans Seeks Community Feedback on Interstate 80 Bridge Projects

Caltrans is inviting community residents and will have staff available to answer questions at their Open House to be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 10 at the Alta Community Center located at 33950 Bonnynook Road (behind the Alta Volunteer Fire Protection Station). Attendees will have an…

Meddlers Report For 1/9/18

Meddlers Report For 1/9/18

At this morning’s Meddlers Meeting, a variety of topics were addressed, two of which spurred lengthy conversations from crowd members. Both topics that sparked the most interest from the crowd were brought up while Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery was speaking. However, Montgomery was not the speaker to kick things…

DWR Responds to Latest Independent Report on Oroville: Findings Will Bolster Dam Safety Program

DWR Responds to Latest Independent Report on Oroville: Findings Will Bolster Dam Safety Program

The Independent Forensic Team (IFT) released additional findings from its review of the February 2017 Lake Oroville Spillways incident. The report builds on the IFT’s interim memo from September 2017 that identified physical causes of the incident. While DWR is in the process of fully reviewing this lengthy report, the…

01/07/2017 Pioneer Community Energy Update

01/07/2017 Pioneer Community Energy Update

  Barry Stigers, KAHI’s former News Director, now retired, contributes a weekly commentary to KAHI called ‘FOCUS.’ Barry has been working with KAHI News investigating the Pioneer Community Energy switch-over. The following is the latest in a series of investigative reports Barry is doing for KAHI Radio and his FOCUS…

Annual Approval and Adoption of the Equal Employment Opportunity Program (EEOP)

Annual Approval and Adoption of the Equal Employment Opportunity Program (EEOP)

The County, through the Board of Supervisors, is required to adopt the County’s Equal Employment Opportunity Program as an annual affirmation of the County’s compliance with state and federal laws pertaining to equal employment and non-discrimination. As part of this year’s review, the current EEOP was reviewed by Human Resources…

Foresthill Forum Municipal Advisory Council Looking To Fill Open Seat

Foresthill Forum Municipal Advisory Council Looking To Fill Open Seat

The Foresthill Forum Municipal Advisory Council has an open seat to fill and residents within the council’s boundaries who are interested in helping their community are encouraged to apply. The Foresthill Forum MAC advises District 5 Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery. Municipal advisory councils are comprised of volunteers who serve as a…

01/04/2017 Pioneer Community Energy Update

01/04/2017 Pioneer Community Energy Update

  Barry Stigers, KAHI’s former News Director, now retired, contributes a weekly commentary to KAHI called ‘Focus.’ Barry has been working with KAHI News investigating the Pioneer Community Energy switch-over. The following is a transcript of his most recent investigative report that was aired on KAHI Thursday January 4th:  …

Dry December Produces Below-Average Snowpack

Dry December Produces Below-Average Snowpack

It’s still too early to draw conclusions from the season’s first snow survey yesterday, although it did create a few concerns. Today’s Department of Water Resources (DWR) manual snow survey east of Sacramento in the Sierra Nevada found little snowpack, which was predictable after a dry December throughout California. Measurements…

Placer Graduate Recognized With Prestigous Army Award

Placer Graduate Recognized With Prestigous Army Award

Army Sgt. Thomas R. Bosanko has been named the October General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital Non-Commissioned Officer of the Month Selection was based on the individual’s exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, teamwork ethic, personal achievements and record of supporting and serving the community. Bosanko is currently serving…

Unique Marijuana Bust Made in Roseville

Unique Marijuana Bust Made in Roseville

Roseville Police make a unique marijuana bust as two brothers sold the illegal product from a fake church that they had created. The brothers called the church the Temple of Healing and Meditation, but the operation has now been shut down by the Roseville police. “It came to our attention…