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NOON HOUR UPDATE: Student privacy in local schools; Former Placer inmate memorialized and local production company has new TV show
Thursday Feb 27 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Reporter Andrew Westrope is writing about how local schools and students would be affected under proposed legislation that would prevent companies unde ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Former finance chief returns to help Auburn; ARD to talk about gate at Overlook Park
Wednesday Feb 26 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: After leaving for Placer County, Auburn’s former finance chief is returning to help out his former employer while it seeks a replacement for the ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Former finance head returning to Auburn; Local family shares Sochi experience; Placer County to make changes to homeless shelter plan
Tuesday Feb 25 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Auburn’s one-time finance chief is returning to the city to help on an interim basis as a new person is sought. Reporter Amy Lobenberg will have ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Wet weather returning to the foothills; Water issues and the PCWA; Science fair has county-wide draw and City Council to hear from you on city manager
Monday Feb 24 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: The wet weather returns this week. Reporter Gus Thomson will have the forecast and will let us know how much rain might be touching down in Auburn. St ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: State coming to the aid of Ophir Gardens?; Homeless camps near Auburn Airport; Foresthill shrine vandalized and Higgins Fire District to open third station again
Thursday Feb 20 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Reporter Gus Thomson will have a story on how tiny Ophir Gardens near Auburn could get aid from the state as Gov. Jerry Brown announces $680-million dr ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Family reunites after 65 years; State Theatre getting ready to shut down; Recruiting Auburn’s new city manager and Auburn CHP officer returns from Afghanistan
Wednesday Feb 19 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: After 65 years one Auburn woman finds her family after they were all adopted out. Reporter Gus Thomson will have a story on this reunion. Construction ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Author remembers Loomis childhood in new book; Historic mining’s impact on Placer County today and high school district hears from community
Friday Feb 14 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Author Hiroshi Kashiwagi has had an interesting life, and part of it contains roots in Loomis. Reporter Gus Thomson recently caught up with him and wil ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Storm leaves more than water; Placer’s sheriff celebrates 40 years and Del Oro student headed to national 4-H conference
Thursday Feb 13 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: While the wet weather was badly needed, were there adverse effects? Reporter Gus Thomson is looking into areas of possible storm damage and will give u ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Election filings under way in Placer County; Ophir looks to replace lost plaque; How is Auburn’s anti-panhandling campaign going?
Wednesday Feb 12 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Filing for the June primary election is now under way. Reporter Gus Thomson is checking in with the elections office to find out who has thrown their h ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Water rates to rise in Christian Valley?; Cool resident running for governor; Hidden Falls debate; Valentine’s Day dining
Tuesday Feb 11 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: In Christian Valley residents have received word that there is a proposed water rate increase on the table. Reporter Gus Thomson is writing about a dev ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: How much rain did Auburn get?; Apartment complex to break ground in Auburn?; and carrying the colors around town
Monday Feb 10 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: As we dry out a little bit today the question is, “How big was the storm?” Reporter Gus Thomson hopes to answer that question by reporting ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Healthy eating for Auburn’s seniors; Celebrating 162 years of fire suppression in Auburn; PCWA declares drought; and author recalls childhood in Loomis
Friday Feb 07 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Local-area chefs are sharing their passion for proper nutrition when it comes to the senior community. Reporter Amy Lobenberg is writing about the impo ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Investigation ongoing in Auburn skunk-trapping case; Auburn chef shares tips for senior health; Snow brings money to area ski resorts; and Symphony comes to school
Thursday Feb 06 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: We’re continuing to follow up on an earlier story about an Auburn resident whose unorthodox way of dispatching skunks has prompted an investigati ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Super Sunday is right around the corner; Furry friends bring smiles; Del Oro High pool update and foothill livestock and the drought
Friday Jan 31 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: The big game is Sunday and Auburn football fans are getting ready. Reporter Amy Lobenberg will have a story on places to go to see the Super Bowl and w ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: On a hunt for treasure in Lake of the Pines; Finding a new home for Shockley fire victims and Seniors First appeal
Thursday Jan 30 2014
WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Do you enjoy hitting the garage sales and unearthing a treasure? Well one Lake of the Pines resident takes it a step further by making it her business ...
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