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2024 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: May 30-June 4

Latest police logs in Citrus Heights include a narcotics arrest following a report of a homeless camp at Sylvan Oaks Library, a stolen vehicle reported on Twining Way, and police assisting with a vehicle repossession at Reva Apartments…

Meet John Klunder: a suburban farmer in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— Known as “Farmer John” to friends and neighbors, Citrus Heights resident John Klunder and his wife use their storied property to grow farm-to-fork produce…

Sue Frost, supervisor

Guest Column: This Supreme Court case could give cities more tools to address homeless crisis

By Sue Frost– I often consider the age-old concept of “the carrot and the stick,” which embodies the balance between enforcement and support—a theme that frequently comes up in discussions about how we govern and regulate the homeless…

Citrus Heights business owner seeks to brighten people’s lives through passion project

By Mike Hazlip— After more than a decade running a successful screen printing business, Jessica Tillery wanted to give back to the community through a passion project that aims to bring some light into people’s lives…

T-shirts at Citrus Heights Walgreens sport incorrect founding date of city

By Mike Hazlip— Recent T-shirt apparel on display at a Citrus Heights Walgreens proudly supports the city, but with an incorrect date…

repaired pothole

LETTER: Many Citrus Heights streets are ‘borderline third world quality’

By John Taylor, Citrus Heights– So many of our streets fail to have the lanes defined by either striping or the “bumps.” Many streets are borderline third world quality…

Citrus Heights police logs. // CH Sentinel

2024 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: May 2-8

Latest police logs in Citrus Heights show a drop in thefts, homeless-related calls and code enforcement activity, while showing an increase in vandalism reports and vehicle violations…

Citrus Heights mom, grandmother on mission to build public playground for disabled children

By Mike Hazlip— At just six months old, Michael Alex Steven Sellu III had a seizure, and now his mother and grandmother are working to build a public playground with equipment that will be accessible to Sellu and…

Citrus Heights police logs. // CH Sentinel

2024 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: April 25-May 1

Latest police logs in Citrus Heights show an overall drop in incidents, with the exception of a slight uptick in theft and homeless-related incidents…

Obituary: Max Alexander (1935–2024)

Submitted by Terri Shaffer– Long time Citrus Heights resident, Max Alexander, went home to be with the Lord on April 21, 2024, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He lived in Citrus Heights for 83 years…