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Capitol Helicopters discusses its remarkable growth

Estimated reading time 17 minutes, 50 seconds. Golden hour in California. Just after sunrise, the low angle of the light means it takes on seemingly magical properties beloved of photographers and film directors, and deep golden hues strobe off the rotors of a Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk as it races over the mountain sagebrush scrub. Underneath it is slung 920 US gallons (3,480 liters) of water destined for a wildfire that is threatening to grow out of control.
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Lincoln 11U Little League team to play in championship round on Thursday

The 11U Lincoln Little League All-Stars are in the championship round of the 11U All-Star Tournament, following an 8-0 win against Auburn on Tuesday. Lincoln dominated the game from the start as pitcher Colton Virrueta hit a three-run blast over the center field fence in the first inning. Caiden Mahoney and Robbie Barajas batted in two runs in the contest and Jack Pipia added another.
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Rocklin Celebrate America Festival

Annual “4th of July” Festivities by Destiny Community Church. Rocklin, Calif- Celebrate America returns to Rocklin at Twin Oaks Park for two days of fun and entertainment on July 1 & 2, 2022. The annual “4th of July” celebration, includes fireworks, a military tribute, musical entertainment, food vendors...
ROCKLIN, CA
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A Sacramento Kings Free Agency Preview

We’re now roughly 24 hours away from NBA free agency taking hold of the entire news cycle, and the Sacramento Kings’ quiet draft night sent a loud and clear message that there will be big splashes come Thursday. With a robust roster trying to round into form, a...
SACRAMENTO, CA
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UC Davis Tahoe Research Center launches lake conditions tool

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -There’s now a way to find the conditions of Lake Tahoe before you head out on the water. This is thanks to computer science students at the UC Davis Environmental Research Center. With fourth of July weekend right around the corner, now is the time to see what you can expect heading out to the lake.
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Garbage crew finds body at Yolo County dump

DIXON, Calif. — Dixon Police are investigating a report of a body found inside a garbage truck Tuesday. The Dixon Police Department says they were contacted by Davis Police on Tuesday about the case. According to Davis police, a waste disposal service reported finding a dead body in one of their garbage trucks while emptying the contents of it at a Yolo County trash dump.
DIXON, CA
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Lincoln 4th of July parade, fireworks and family Fun

Lincoln ready for full day of 4th of July activities. Lincoln, Calif.- Residents of Lincoln take their Independence Day celebrations seriously and this year’s 4th of July will be no exception. McBean Park plays center stage for this community-wide party. Lincoln’s 4th of July celebration is fun for all ages!
LINCOLN, CA
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Wife of Benicia solar executive sentenced to prison in nearly $1 billion fraud

Seven months after a federal judge in Sacramento sentenced solar Ponzi-scheme defendant Jeffrey Carpoff to 30 years in prison, the same judge sentenced Carpoff’s wife, Paulette, to 11 years and three months for what prosecutors called a fraud that led to “a gluttonous accumulation of wealth.“. “I’m truly...
SACRAMENTO, CA
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Make a Doll That Looks Like You!

Fiber artist Sally Medlicott will hold a “mini-me” doll-making workshop on Wednesday, July 6, from 10 a.m. to noon at East Village Bookshop. The workshop will include all the materials you need to make a custom cloth doll that resembles yourself or someone you love. The session is suitable for older children (11+) and adults. The cost is $48.
SACRAMENTO, CA
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City Council authorizes $1.5 million for food security, food bank

The Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to allocate $1.5 million to address food insecurity. The vote allocated two separate investments: $1 million for a grant program supported by the work of the Food Justice Task Force and $500,000 for Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services to bolster their ongoing food distribution programming.
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