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Firefighters, Good Samaritan Rescue Woman Near Old Fair Oaks Bridge

Jan 30, 2015
Firefighters, Good Samaritan Rescue Woman Near Old Fair Oaks Bridge

FAIR OAKS- A good Samaritan helped firefighters rescue a woman who was stuck 25 feet above ground on the bluffs near the Old Fair Oaks bridge Friday afternoon. “People think they can get to the top, and they don’t make it, and get stuck,” Metro Fire Battalion Chief Mark Repetto said. When firefighters arrived...

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Middle School Students Sickened by Pot Brownies

Jan 30, 2015
Middle School Students Sickened by Pot Brownies

SACRAMENTO- A chocolaty snack allegedly handed out in between periods by an 8th grader at Sam Brannan Middle School Thursday has left one student arrested, one in the hospital and 10 suspended. “A girl brought brownies with drugs in it. Some of their friends knew they had drugs in it,” 8th grader Keshlie Homs...

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Aloes in bloom at the University of California Botanical Garden in Berkeley

Aloes in bloom at the University of California Botanical Garden in Berkeley

Last Saturday I had the opportunity to check up on the aloes at the University of California Botanical Garden in Berkeley (UCBG). While it doesn’t have a particularly large aloe collection—certainly nothing that gets close to the Huntington—it’s a beautiful place to visit at any time of year, but particularly this...

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Elk Grove News
Baseball Tickets, Consulting Fees, Dinners, Jerseys, Lunches – It’s all There For Elk Grove Office Holders, Officials

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Jan 30, 2015
Baseball Tickets, Consulting Fees, Dinners, Jerseys, Lunches – It’s all There For Elk Grove Office Holders, Officials



January 30, 2015 |

An examination of the Statement of Economic Interest for office holders and executives management of the City of Elk Grove reveal a wide assortment of gift received.

Among some of the information the disclosures revealed are the following:

Elk Grove Assistant City Manager Rebecca Craig
  • Received two baseball tickets...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
6th annual Jim Rogers Memorial Ride is February 15

6th annual Jim Rogers Memorial Ride is February 15

The 6th Annual Jim Rogers Memorial Ride will be held on Sunday, February 15, starting at 11 a.m. from Tour of Nevada City Bicycle Shop. The ride is held to promote distracted driving awareness in memory of Jim Rogers, a … Continue reading

Placer County Online
Patient at Sacramento hospital has officially tested negative for Ebola

SACRAMENTO – State and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis Medical Center early Thursday who exhibited symptoms consistent with a viral illness including Ebola, and with a history of travel to an Ebola-affected country, has tested negative for the Ebola...

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4 Arrested Impersonating an Officer, Pulling Over Drivers

Jan 30, 2015
4 Arrested Impersonating an Officer, Pulling Over Drivers

STOCKTON- A car looking similar to a police car, including a siren and PA system, was reportedly used to pull people over in Stockton. Police say they received several calls Thursday about the impersonator. According to witnesses, the suspect car tried to pull over a security patrol vehicle near Country Club and Ryde, and then...

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Elk Grove News
Hume First Elk Grove City Council Member to File 2014 Financial Disclosure

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Jan 30, 2015
Hume First Elk Grove City Council Member to File 2014 Financial Disclosure


January 30, 2015 |

With the deadline looming, Pat Hume is the first of current group of Elk Grove City Council Members to file financial disclosure statements for 2014.

According to documents filed with the Elk Grove City Clerk's office, Hume ended the year with $37,721. For the entire...

YubaNet.com
Bear Yuba Land Trust to permanently protect Yuba River “Narrows”

Jan 30, 2015
Bear Yuba Land Trust to permanently protect Yuba River “Narrows”

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YubaNet.com
Yosemite National Park Announces Entrance and Campground Fee Increases

Jan 30, 2015

January 30, 2015 - Yosemite National Park announces entrance fees and campground fees will increase beginning March 1, 2015. The new fee structure includes modifications to the October 2014 draft proposal based on public input.

During the civic engagement period, the park received 2,430 e-mails in response to the proposal, 1,222 comments on the park’s...

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