Noon Hour Update: Primary election; Sierra College has new food and campaign fraud sentencing
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 Tuesday edition.
Looks like June showers: A weather front is moving through the foothills and Sierra today, brining some precipitation and possible snow flurries in the high country. Have any unique weather art today? Share it with the Auburn Journal. Send your photos to email@example.com.
Look for clearing skies by Wednesday and warmer temperatures.
What we're working on: On the eve of the June 5 primary election our staff is busy putting together coverage for tomorrow's elections. Reporter Sara Seyydin will have a story on Measure A, the Auburn charter city initiative, finding out what proponents and opponents are doing to get the vote out.
Sara will also be in Rocklin today at Sierra College profiling the institution's decision to change its food vendor and asking students what they think of the move.
After lengthy delays, Brian Jagger, the former campaign aide that pled guilty to wire fraud for taking $24,000 from three Placer County campaigns faced sentencing today. Reporter Gus Thomson will have a report from Sacramento. Get a little more background on the case here.
Gus will also be on the election front previewing candidates who are running for multiple offices on Tuesday.
What you're talking about: In Opinion, stories and Letters to the Editor have received plenty of views and comments from the weekend. Some of our most commented letters include, "Measure sends money to attorneys," and "It's time to stop digging - vote no on A."
The League of Women Voters' breakdown of Measure A also has readers commenting. Read that here.
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