Noon Hour Update: What's happening and what we're working on

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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 the next day's paper.

What we're working on: Early this morning in Lake of the Pines, a man allegedly stabbed another man on Lake Shore North who died from his wounds. The alleged suspect then led authorities on a high-speed chase that ended in Sacramento County. Reporter Gus Thomson will have more on this story here and in tomorrow's edition.
Reporter Sara Seyydin is following up on our small story in today's paper about Assemblywoman Beth Gaines' new measures to help business owners get in compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act requirements and help avoid frivolous lawsuits.

What you're talking about: In the Opinion section, two topics are getting the discussion going, oil prices and the American River Canyon. Read these letters "Greed reigns supreme over oil prices" and "Auburn canyon no wilderness" and weigh in.  

Looking for something to do this weekend?: Journal Features Editor Krissi Khokhobashvili has a piece in tomorrow's paper on the Take Note Troupe youth theater group, which is performing the play "Poetic License" this weekend at the State Theater in Downtown Auburn. Looking for other events? Check the calendar in Arts & Entertainment. Also, find out about the memorial concert for former Auburn Symphony Conductor Michael Goodwin.

Haunted happenings?: Gus Thomson heads out to the "Haunted Corral" in Bowman as part of his "Weird Auburn" series. See what he finds in tomorrow's Media Life column, and check out the video, too.