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Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, rent prices, home prices

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Vandalism temporarily shuts down popular zip line at Citrus Heights park

Sentinel staff report-- The zip line at Arcade Creek Park Preserve was temporarily closed on Tuesday and part of Wednesday, after the parks district said the attraction's seat mechanism and wire trolly were stolen Monday night.

Playground construction complete at Tempo Park

Construction is now complete on a new playground and basketball court at Tempo Community Park.

President of Sunrise Christian Food Ministry retires after 13 years

By Mike Hazlip— For more than a decade, Rocky Peterson served the community of Citrus Heights through his role as president of the board of Sunrise Christian Food Ministry. Now he's passing on the reins.

Citrus Heights food bank sees long lines for Thanksgiving meal distribution

By Mike Hazlip— Long lines of vehicles could be seen on San Juan Avenue last week for the Sunrise Christian Food Ministry’s annual Thanksgiving dinner distribution.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: bike race, fatal collision, schools

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Latest local news briefs include a cyclocross bike race being held at Rusch Park over the weekend, a collision on I-80 leaving a toddler dead, and more talk of Citrus Heights forming its own school district.

Sacramento Cyclocross race takes over Rusch Park
Thousands of feet of blue streamers could be seen set up all over Rusch Park on Saturday, as bicyclists competed in Race 6 of the Sacramento Cyclocross series. The eight-race series takes place at various locations in the Sacramento area, from October to December. (See website)

TV station covers vice mayor’s proposal to form new school district
Following an article published in The Sentinel earlier this month, ABC 10 ran a story on Tuesday discussing Citrus Heights Vice Mayor Tim Schaefer’s recent proposal to consider breaking away from the San Juan Unified School District as a way to enhance education in the city. (See story)

2-year-old killed in I-80 collision on border of Citrus Heights
SFGATE and other outlets reported Wednesday that a toddler was killed and two people were injured in a collision on Nov. 16 on Interstate 80, near the Riverside Avenue exit. A statement from a CHP spokesman said the collision involved a truck going at freeway speed, while the vehicle carrying the toddler was “almost at a complete stop.” (See story)

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