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A Deeper Look At Pioneer Community Energy

A Deeper Look At Pioneer Community Energy

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 December 28th: Three weeks…

Help El Edorado County Reach 1 Billion Steps

Help El Edorado County Reach 1 Billion Steps

El Dorado County is participating in the American Public Health Association’s (APHA’s) 1 Billion Steps Challenge and is encouraging residents to walk, roll and get moving in order to help APHA collectively hit 1 billion steps by April 8, 2018. Residents can participate in the challenge by registering at https://stridekick.com/tc/apha18…

DWR’s First Snow Survey Set For Jan. 3rd

DWR’s First Snow Survey Set For Jan. 3rd

The Department of Water Resources (DWR) will conduct the first of five scheduled snow surveys in 2018 at Phillips Station in the Sierra on January 3. The Phillips snow course is one of hundreds that will be measured during the winter and early spring to support the California Cooperative Snow…

Bus Drivers Needed As TART Gears Up For Winter With Expanded Services

Bus Drivers Needed As TART Gears Up For Winter With Expanded Services

Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit winter operations are underway with extended winter hours on the Truckee local route and Donner Summit shuttle. Regional TART extended night winter services begins Dec. 21, with routes extending to 2:00 a.m. However, Placer County will need to delay the planned offering of service every…

Upcoming Holidays Mean Maximum Enforement From CHP

Upcoming Holidays Mean Maximum Enforement From CHP

As Californians get ready for holiday travel, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is set to begin its Christmas Maximum Enforcement Period (MEP). The holiday enforcement effort is designed to help ensure the safety of the motoring public during a time when celebrations are in full swing. The MEP begins at…

Community Support Needed As 27 Year Veteran Firefighter Fights For His Life

Community Support Needed As 27 Year Veteran Firefighter Fights For His Life

After 27 years as a firefighter protecting lives and property, Trent Lindholdt, Father, Son, Brother, and soon to be husband has been diagnosed with stage 4 Malignant Epithelial Neoplasm Cancer. Trent, who is 47, started his firefighting career with the United States Fire Service, at the age of 20. Leaving…

Guardrail Repair to Impact Interstate 80 and Highway 49 in Auburn

Guardrail Repair to Impact Interstate 80 and Highway 49 in Auburn

Caltrans is alerting motorists that the right lane of westbound Interstate 80 (I-80) will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today between the Elm Avenue overcrossing and the Nevada Street overcrossing for guardrail repair. The Highway 49 on-ramp to westbound I-80 will also be closed. Traffic delays and…

Safety Tips For High Winds Expected To Hit This Weekend

Safety Tips For High Winds Expected To Hit This Weekend

Winter is nearly here, and PG&E meteorologists are predicting high winds in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. PG&E is urging its customers and their families to stay safe this weekend as the winds pick up starting early Saturday morning through Sunday. Customers are encouraged to prepare for outages that…

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