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Wet skies bring relief to ski resorts
Friday Feb 07 2014
As they roll shadowy and showering over the foothills, storm clouds are bringing with them a silver lining for mountain resorts to the north. The rains falling in Auburn on Thursd ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Jan. 1 and 8, 1964
Wednesday Jan 01 2014
Uno Hebuck follows hobby of compiling baseball data Uno Hebuck of Roseville, an old-time baseball player and manager in the Placer-Nevada, Sacramento Rural and County leagues, is ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Foresthill fire knocks out power; Sugar Bowl upgrades for new season and Auburn State Recreation Area researches for new event
Monday Oct 21 2013
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: A fire in Foresthill Monday morning knocked out power to residents in the area after some power lines went down. Reporter Amy Lobenberg is finding out ...
Sugar Bowl to re-open Thursday after heavy snowfall
Tuesday Dec 04 2012
Sugar Bowl Resort will re-open on Thursday Dec. 6, after a colder-than-expected winter storm blanketed the Donner Summit ski resort with nearly four feet of new snow over the weeke ...
Wet weather, winds forcing business closures in Auburn/Sierra
Friday Nov 30 2012
The wet and windy weather Friday has forced two businesses to cancel operations for the weekend -- so far. The Auburn Old Town Farmers Market has been cancelled for Dec. 1, citing ...
Ski season winding down this month
Tuesday Apr 03 2012
A stormy March bulked up snow levels and crowds at Sierra resorts. But although storms are continuing to drop snow in April, the season is winding down. Boreal Mountain Resort’ ...
Storm to bring much-needed snow, rain
Monday Feb 27 2012
February brought a generous share of sunny days and mild temperatures but it’s leaving with a smacking reminder that there’s still another month of winter in store. A system th ...
Fishing restrictions are in place on Klamath River
Monday Oct 03 2011
It used to be that some of the hottest salmon fishing in the fall occurred on the Klamath River. Campgrounds were packed, and the mouth of the Klamath literally was a sea of boats. ...
Pig hunts to be offered in Yolo County
Tuesday Sep 13 2011
California is home to many wild pigs, and farmers aren’t happy with the damage the porkers do in their rooting for foodstuffs. Essentially, wild pigs aren’t much more t ...
Abalone dying along Sonoma County coast
Wednesday Sep 07 2011
Divers plying the waters off the Sonoma County coastline in search of one of the most prized items anybody can put on the dinner table — abalone — are reporting dead or ...
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