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Homeless study: Gathering Inn needs “major changes”
Wednesday Apr 08 2015
Many of The Gathering Inn’s ways of helping the homeless need to be overhauled, a new report states. The report, by a San Antonio, Texas consulting firm, states that the Ros ...
Reader Input: What was the point of study?
Thursday Mar 12 2015
Where do I start? So this fine city of ours is going to approve another shopping center (strip mall is other name) in an area on Highway 49 that is already busy (“New North ...
New fire study says upfront prevention costs less than forest fire losses
Sunday Apr 13 2014
A new study the Auburn-based Sierra Nevada Conservancy partnered on calculates that investing now in proactive forest-management activities like thinning can save up to three times ...
Sierra lake’s submerged trees unlock keys to past, future mega droughts
Sunday Mar 17 2013
John Kleppe’s curiosity coupled with a love for fishing led to an underwater discovery in a Sierra lake that continues to help us know more about a lengthy drought in ...
Scientific study proves importance of supplements
Sunday Mar 15 2009
Researchers at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., selected 1,179 post-menopausal women living in rural eastern Nebraska, free of cancer for at least 10 years, and willing to take ...
Mandarins’ health benefits creating boom in fruit sales
Sunday Dec 21 2008
With Placer County’s synephrine-rich mandarins still being picked off foothills trees, the so-called super fruit is being touted as the holiday gift of health. Joanne Neft, an A ...
Study: Local mandarins hold ‘significant amount’ of allergy-relief substance
Sunday Oct 12 2008
A new study is good news for Auburn-area mandarin growers and could turn out to be great news for cold and allergy sufferers. Researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture h ...
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