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Reader Input: How a drought saved Sacramento
Tuesday Jul 07 2015
The year was 1985 and it was a dry year. It had been only 10 years since the last major drought and farmers were beginning to worry again. Snowfall in the Sierra was well below n ...
Sierra College sweeps Napa Valley to advance to Super Regional
Monday May 04 2015
Riding the momentum of a clutch 6-2 win in the opening game of the CCCAA Northern Regional Playoffs, the Sierra College softball team blew past 16th-seeded Napa Valley on Sunday wi ...
Sierra College vs. Napa - Collegiate Softball 5/3/15
Sunday May 03 2015
Snow levels: better than last year, still not enough
Sunday Jan 25 2015
At least two ski resorts near Sonora, California have already succumbed to staggeringly low snow totals this year and more are sure to follow unless things pick up. But the minisc ...
Another View: State policies take a toll on its commerce
Friday Jun 27 2014
California thinks of itself as leading the vanguard of the energy revolution. We’re fighting climate change, investing in clean power, and shaking our fossil-fuel habit. Bu ...
Rain fails to ease Placer’s drought pain
Wednesday May 21 2014
A light dusting of snow on some of the highest peaks in the Sierra on Tuesday may have provided a picture-perfect site for motorists passing over Donner Summit in the rain. But t ...
Another View: Milk bill struck wrong balance
Wednesday Apr 23 2014
I did not come to Sacramento to tell people what to do. California has too many costly regulations — especially on small businesses – and streamlining the bureaucracy ...
Storm rains 8 inches on Auburn but drought still on
Tuesday Feb 11 2014
The Auburn area experienced the first major rainstorm of the season over the weekend, with just over 8 inches falling from Thursday to Monday. Sunday represented the peak of a sto ...
Snow expectations in Sierra bolster hopes for midwinter water storage turnaround
Thursday Jan 30 2014
Rain was falling Wednesday in Auburn, and snow by the foot was expected in the upper elevations of the Sierra. But the return to wintry weather after nearly two months of mild te ...
Hope, fear guide new Nevada Irrigation District drought cutbacks
Friday Jan 24 2014
With a hint of hope but a weather eye on the bare slopes of the Sierra, the Nevada Irrigation District is ramping up water conservation measures even further. Dealing with conditi ...
Building your own crab pot is easily doable
Tuesday May 14 2013
Many anglers simply pay for a ride on a party boat out of ports up and down the coast, and many of those boats offer multiple fishing opportunities on the same ride. One of the mo ...
State is starting what appears to be a hot fire season
Monday May 13 2013
It’s still spring, and major fires have broken out throughout the state, scorching thousands of acres. November and December were great winter-type months — good rain ...
Storm brings snow to Sierra, raises skiers' hopes
Friday Nov 09 2012
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A storm has left up to 18 inches of snow in the Sierra Nevada and raised the hopes of skiers and snowboarders after a subpar snowpack last winter. Frigid t ...
Hunting season opens Nov. 10 for pheasant, turkey and dove
Thursday Oct 25 2012
Pheasant: Long cherished by hunters, the season for these Chinese imports will find hunters flocking to fields for the opener Saturday, Nov. 10. Going into a field for pheasants i ...
Fish and Game staff will prowl rivers checking salmon
Friday Aug 10 2012
There was all but a total collapse of salmon numbers a mere five years ago. Fishing for salmon in the ocean and river systems was closed.Salmon numbers have rebounded since then. S ...
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