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Insurance Companies Sue PG&E For Losses!

Insurance Companies Sue PG&E For Losses!

Three Major Insurance Companies are suing PG&E over the billions of dollars they are facing from the Campfire in Butte County that destroyed the community of Paradise.  Allstate, State Farm, and USAA with these law suits it is expected will deliver a major financial blow to the public utility. Cal…

CHP Report More Death On Ca. Highways This New Years Holiday!

CHP Report More Death On Ca. Highways This New Years Holiday!

The California Highway Patrol is reporting that 36 people died over the New Year Holiday period starting December 28th through January 2. 23 died in vehicles and four pedestrians died on highways. 1,140 were arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence compared to 936 last year.…

Staff on Administrative Leave While District Investigates Harassment Claims in Boy’s JV Basketball Program!

Staff on Administrative Leave While District Investigates Harassment Claims in Boy’s JV Basketball Program!

A story on Dec 27th in the Auburn Journal has now been picked up by the Sacramento Bee. A statement on Dec. 26th by Kristin Connor, spokesperson for the Placer Union High School District stated that “Effective Immediately, we have suspended all JV Boy’s Basketball games indefinitely, and have placed…

North Auburn KMART to Close!

North Auburn KMART to Close!

The Sears/Kmart Company announced Friday they would close another 80 stores. On the list is the Kmart store in North Auburn in the Rock Creek Plaza on highway 49 and Bell Road. Stores in Stockton, Apple Valley, Burbank and Santa Maria are also on the close list. Employees have been…

California Primary Moving To Super Tuesday!

California Primary Moving To Super Tuesday!

California is moving the primary election for the 2020 Presidential election race up with other early states like Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. The basic reason is to get more of the campaigning money that is spent in other states but not California because the lateness of the…

Fights and Cars Damaged by Juveniles at Arden Fair, Again?

Fights and Cars Damaged by Juveniles at Arden Fair, Again?

Several fights broke out in the Arden Fair Mall on Wednesday and involved over 100 juveniles resulting in a security guard sustaining facial injuries. Police detained 10 individuals after the fights spilled out into the parking lot of the mall. Mall shoppers told police this happens each year at the…

Placer County Detectives Arrest Man For Beating and Stabbing a Colfax Man!

Placer County Detectives Arrest Man For Beating and Stabbing a Colfax Man!

Placer County Detectives have arrested a man for violent assault on a Colfax resident. A Deputy patrolling on highway 174 and main street in Colfax on the 18th discovered a man lying on the ground under the railroad overpass. The man was severely beaten about the face and also had…

Marijuana Expected To Be 16 Billion $$ Business in 2019!

Marijuana Expected To Be 16 Billion $$ Business in 2019!

2018 became the year that marijuana became legalized in the largest state in the USA, California. Along with that, Canada also approved medical use of the narcotic pushing pot into the mainstream of financial and culture for a major population sector.  Legal Marijuana was a 10.4 billion dollar industry in…

Empty Lot On Lincoln Way Will Be Come New Bar and Restaurant!

Empty Lot On Lincoln Way Will Be Come New Bar and Restaurant!

An indoor restaurant and bar with a covered patio that leads to an outdoor beer garden in a vacant lot on Lincoln Way is on its way to opening in Downtown Auburn. The Station Public House at 750 Lincoln Way is targeted for opening in 2019, promising to end questions…

Gerald Carden Retires as Placer County Council!

Gerald Carden Retires as Placer County Council!

The Placer County Board of Supervisors has agreed to a one year contract with Karin Schwab who will serve as the interim Council for the county for one year starting January 1st, 2019. Schwab will fill the vacancy left at the county by the retirement of Gerald Carden who served…