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PG&E Cuts Power To 6800 In Wildfire Area

PG&E Cuts Power To 6800 In Wildfire Area

PG&E, reacting to the state CalFire officials accusing them of being responsible for a majority of the Napa Wild Fires last year, are not exercising a plan they announced earlier this month that they will cut power to homes when a wild fire breaks out. The first incident occurred yesterday…

State Legislature Wants To Monitor FAKE NEWS

State Legislature Wants To Monitor FAKE NEWS

California lawmakers have introduced Senate bill # 1424 which if passed would require the Attorney General to create an advisory committee by April 1, 2019 to monitor information posted on social media looking for “Fake News”. Opponents say this is just a government way of watching citizens communicate and violates…

Gas Tax Repeal On November Ballot

Gas Tax Repeal On November Ballot

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said Monday that supporters, who want to stop the approved gas tax and vehicle registration increases approved by the legislature last year, have collected enough valid signatures to qualify for the November ballot. The move was widely expected after organizers turned in far more…

Spring Forward, Fall Back May Be Over!

Spring Forward, Fall Back May Be Over!

The fate of daylight savings time is now on Jerry Brown’s desk. The assembly sent the measure to the governor yesterday in hopes to repeal a 70 year old initiative that became state law forcing us to twice a year change the clocks one hour forward each spring and one…

A New Tasting Room Coming Soon!

A New Tasting Room Coming Soon!

A new winery and a housing project have been announced on the Indian Hill Road near New Castle. 8 new homes and vineyards will be proposed on the North Side of Indian Hill near the SR-193 & I-80 intersection. A 6 thousand square foot building will be constructed and will…

Placer County is open for FUN!

Placer County is open for FUN!

The Placer County Fair opened yesterday, and will run through Sunday at the Placer County Fairgrounds on Washington Blvd, Roseville. Attendees were treated to a “New Look” at the fairgrounds opening after a major renovation. The fair will be home to several bands, auctions, live stock exhibitions along with carnival…

Tahoe Moving On!

Tahoe Moving On!

  The new craze of motorized scooters is causing some angst in South Lake Tahoe. A company called Lime makes the scooters readily available on an iPhone apt, and are becoming very popular. California law permits them however they cannot ride on sidewalks, must wear a helmet, and if the…

Roseville May Cut Back Fire Rotation Crews Due To Budget Woes!

Roseville May Cut Back Fire Rotation Crews Due To Budget Woes!

The City of Roseville has cut two shifts from each of its Fire department rotations as the city wrestles with a budget loss of about 2 million dollars a year. Currently, in the case of a car crash, four firefighters are dispatched. The new system, only three will be dispatched.…

Placer County Grand Jury Report Released!

Placer County Grand Jury Report Released!

  Placer County’s 2017-2018 Grand Jury report is being released today. 19 Placer County residents volunteered and were sworn in last July to serve as the 2017-2018 Grand Jury. This report details annual inspections of the Placer County Detention Facility, Jails and Holding Facilities, Court House, Burton Creek Sheriff’s Substation,…

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