Latest local news briefs include a retiree from Citrus Heights dying after a fight outside a Rocklin Starbucks, an obituary of a 42-year resident of the city, and an extravagant Halloween display outside a Citrus Heights home.
By Bruce Lee–
As Sacramento Taxpayers Association President my duty is to represent you, the taxpayers. You may have read earlier OpEds regarding Measure M, but that’s not my primary purpose today.
By Bill Van Duker–
As we approach the election, I am reflecting back on the last 36 years in Citrus Heights.
By Sue Frost–
As everyone is painfully aware, the State of California remains in lockdown as we wait for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since mid-March, schools and businesses have been forced to remain fully or partially closed.
By Ted Gaines–
Coronavirus disruptions are inspiring governments to employ every tactic available to ward off a Great Depression-style economic collapse. Whether it’s stimulus funds, Paycheck Protection Program loans, increased unemployment benefits, or rent forbearance, all..
Latest local news briefs include community input being sought on bus-only lanes, an obituary for a 42-year resident of Citrus Heights, and a new “Happy Hour to Go” pack offered by a local restaurant.
By Jeannie Bruins–
I support Measure M for all the reasons that have been stated. Some people have stated that the additional penny on the dollar
Several dozen young people and college-age students from various area churches descended on the high-traffic intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Greenback Lane for several hours on Saturday to voice their opposition to abortion.