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Rocklin Teachers Want More Salary

Rocklin Teachers Want More Salary

The Rocklin School Board offices were packed last night with teachers all wearing kiwi colored shirts sending a message to the school board they want a raise. The teachers union is asking for a 2.5% increase while the Rocklin School Board is offering only 1%.…

AUBURN CITY HALL HAS MOLD

AUBURN CITY HALL HAS MOLD

    Auburn’s 102 year old City Hall building has been reported to have mold issues, and will undergo a 280 thousand dollar repair to rid the walls and windows of the substance that has accumulated over many years. Officials say the mold is inside walls and not a health…

CITY OF LINCOLN TO GET STATE AUDIT OVER WATER HANDLING

CITY OF LINCOLN TO GET STATE AUDIT OVER WATER HANDLING

A major story in the Lincoln Messenger Newspaper this morning: State Senator Ted Gains requested a state audit of the City of Lincoln on April 11, and yesterday the California State Assembly Joint Committee on Legislative Audit voted 12-0 to conduct an Audit of the City of Lincoln. The original…

Accused Golden State Killer in Court

Accused Golden State Killer in Court

Seventy two year old Joseph DeAngelo appeared in a Sacramento Courtroom yesterday, absent his wheelchair, to hear a judge put off a decision on whether to let the press and public see the details of the arrest and charges against him concerning several murders and rape charges stemming back to…

3.5 Mag. Earthquake last night in Bay Area

3.5 Mag. Earthquake last night in Bay Area

  A 3.5  Magnitude earthquake hit the San Francisco area last night at about 7:15. Location of the shaker was about two miles northeast of Oakland, and was felt in the City of San Francisco and as far away at Petaluma. There are no reports of immediate damage being reported.…

Gov. Brown Releases Last California State Budget

Gov. Brown Releases Last California State Budget

Gov. Brown Releases Last California State Budget California Gov. Jerry Brown released his last state budget proposal Friday, kicking off a month of negotiations with the Legislature about how to spend a growing budget surplus.The Democratic governor last pegged the surplus at $6.1 billion in January and proposed spending almost…

Crystal Basin Campground Closing for the summer!

Crystal Basin Campground Closing for the summer!

  Crystal Basin Campground Closing for the summer! Crystal Basin Campgrounds in the El Dorado Forest in the Northern Sierra, a popular summer campground, will be closed this summer as officials execute a major face-lift to the area. Over 500 thousand visitors use this campground each year, and this year will…

Placer County Supervisors Not Holding Hearing On Non-Sanctuary Status

Placer County Supervisors Not Holding Hearing On Non-Sanctuary Status

Placer County Supervisors Not Holding Hearing On Non-Sanctuary Status Declaring Placer County a non-sanctuary county and attempting to get the board of supervisors to address the issue became a point of discussion this week at the first meeting of the supers for may. An estimated 150 people turned out Tuesday…

Woodcreek widening to resume in Roseville

Woodcreek widening to resume in Roseville

Construction is set to resume in Roseville to complete the widening of Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, from Horncastle Avenue to Crimson Ridge Way. The project is scheduled to begin on April 9 and is expected to continue into fall. This is the second stage of the widening project. Prior to November,…

Free Medication Take Back Event Across Placer County

Free Medication Take Back Event Across Placer County

A free medication take-back event will take place at many locations across Placer County on Saturday, April 28. Local law enforcement in collaboration with youth organizations, utilities, public health entities and local schools, will hold drop offs in the western part of the county from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.…

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