Noon Hour Update: Getting the homeless out of the cold; app privacy; Kings sold to Seattle group?; ski resort business update
Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what we’re working on for our Sunday print and online editions.
What we’re working on: As the local temperatures dip below the freezing mark, the homeless are looking for places to stay warm. Reporter Gus Thomson is working on story examining what is being done to get this group of people out of the cold. With the freezing weather there’s also been a dusting of snow. Gus is looking into how the winter weather is benefiting local ski resorts at this point of the season. He will also have a piece on the Placer County Water Agency general manager being honored.
Placer High Football Coach Joey Montoya was in
In Lifestyle Sunday, a former Auburn resident has written a book loosely based on her experiences in the Peace Corps and is having 10 percent of the proceeds from the sale of the fictional book benefit educational programs in
What you’re talking about: Our piece about a 14-year-old