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Commentary: Emperor of Newcastle, and Protector of Auburn

By the time this column hits the paper for your reading pleasure, I will be in Wyoming looking over a house and property I purchased in the town of Douglas; primarily for my youngest son, his wife and baby. My hope is that my grandchild will receive an education in...

Foresthill High Student Competes as Finalist

The Caring for Our Watersheds proposal writing contest challenges students to. research their local watershed, identify an environmental concern, and develop a realistic project to address that concern in their community. Students with the top ten proposals of 315 that were reviewed presented their ideas to a panel of judges at the final competition.

Tahoe National Forest fire remains 20 acres

CAMPTONVILLE, Calif. (KOLO) -The Golden Fire in the Tahoe National Forest remains at 20 acres Saturday morning and containment increased to 70 percent, the U.S. Forest Service reported. No structures have been lost but California 49 Marysville Road and Ridge Road in Sierra County. The fire is about 2 miles...

1 killed, 2 arrested following fight near Roseville homeless facility

Authorities in Roseville are continuing to put together the pieces of an ongoing homicide investigation after one man was killed and another has been arrested following an altercation Monday. According to initial reports, Roseville police responded to reports of an altercation at approximately 3 a.m. Monday on the 100 block...

Cockroaches in California | What Roseville residents need to know

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Natalia Jovovich grew up in West Roseville and is home from college. In the past month, she's seen four roaches. "It's not like it's not an infestation or anything. It's not like a huge deal, but it's just so odd given that we have never seen any in the past up until very, very recently," Jovovich said.

World Cultural Day at FH Divide School

On May 11th, under the direction of Foresthill Divide teachers Nicole Harp and Christina Nokes, FDS 6th graders hosted the annual World Cultural Fair. As part of the 6th grade curriculum, students have studied ancient civilizations throughout the school year. The World Cultural Fair is a way for students to express their knowledge of how cultures around the world affect our culture.

Foresthill FFA is Making a Name for Themselves!

The Foresthill FFA has been busy these last few months and they are making a name for themselves across the state. The Forestry CDE team of Elijah Tomlin, Kelly Cantrell, Sloan Farinha, Zoe Ordway, Clay Cantrell, Mackenzie Anderson, Matt Fecko, Dailyn Francia and Cordy Hammer have competed in 7 regional competitions since February. They have earned first place at each of the events that they have competed in. The team is headed to the state championship in San Luis Obispo on May 6th and 7th. If they earn 1st place, they will have the opportunity to compete at the national forestry event in Indianapolis in the fall.

Tree-trimmer found guilty in throat slashing murders in California

A California tree-trimmer has been found guilty of brutally murdering three people in a violent spree, according to the Tehama County District Attorney. The DA said that Ryan Scott Blinston had worked at the homes of some of his victims. Blinston also killed an acquaintance and lit her car on fire, Fox 40 reported.

Simple Machines - Complex Minds at FH Divide School

The Foresthill Divide School 5th grade classes built "Rube Goldberg Machines" utilizing the six simple machines, the Lever, Pulley, Incline Plane, Wheel Axis, Wedge and Screw. After learning about these simple machines from teachers Adam Peres and Greg Mason, the students went to work combining as many of the simple machines as possible to build a working Rube Goldberg Machine.

Local Aviators Support New Pilots

At a ceremony held on Saturday at our local airport, The Auburn Aviation Association (AAA) formally awarded eight flight training scholarships to young people in the area. Some of the awards are for new students who will pursue private pilot licenses, while others are for already licensed pilots who will train for instrument ratings. The amount of the scholarships ranged between $2,500 and $10,000 each, and all of the training will be accomplished at one of the several flight schools located at the Auburn Airport.

One dead after motorcycle and car crash in Marysville Friday

MARYSVILLE, Calif. - One man is dead after a motorcycle and car crash in Marysville at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, according to the Yuba-Sutter California Highway Patrol. The motorcyclist was traveling southbound on Mathews Lane approaching Woodruff Lane when he drove into a southbound traveling truck driven by Garitt Allen Cox, 50, of Grass Valley.

Red Poppy Month

The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms. Wearing a poppy to honor those who have worn our nation's uniform.

Giving Hearts

Giving Hearts invited Forest Charter School to help shop for the Food Closet. On April 21st, around 9:30 am, all 55 of the Kindergarten thru 8th grade students from Forest Charter, along with their teachers, Mrs. Mercado, Mrs. Lysen and Mr Namanny, treked across the street to Wortons. Luckily, the rain ceased while this field trip took place! Johnny Worton greeted the students and walked them thru the aisles where each student choose one of their favorite items to add to our Food inventory. Each student clutched their precious chosen item and scanned them thru the checkout and proudly put them in the cart.

Granite Bay Is #1

The comeback didn’t happen this time. Granite Bay ran out to an early lead and held on against the cardiac kids from Belmont Shore, capping a 12-week run as the #1-ranked HS Club team with a 29-9 victory in the national championship final. Paced by a strong forward effort...

Evacuations Lifted For Golden Fire In Tahoe National Forest Near Camptonville; Containment At 50%

YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) – The latest on the Golden Fire burning in Yuba County: 9:20 p.m. All evacuation orders have been lifted for the wildfire, the U.S. Forest Service said. The forest service updated the acreage burned to 20 due to a more accurate mapping of the fire. Containment has been bumped up to 50%. Crews will be working through the night and into Saturday to gain more control over the fire. Moonshine road has reopened, however, the stretch of Highway 49 from Ridge Road and Marysville Road remains closed. 3:57 p.m. Highway 49 will remain closed from Ridge Road and Marysville Road overnight and into...