Beginning Thursday and continuing through Sunday, firefighters are again hitting the streets and filling their boots with donations at Sunrise Boulevard and Greenback Lane for the annual “Fill the Boot for Burns” fundraiser in Citrus Heights.
Latest local news briefs include a report on storm damage in Citrus Heights, residents without power for days, county supervisors shooting down a zip code-based proposal to address COVID-19, and an upcoming budget workshop.
By Paul Makhnovskiy–
As a new appointee preparing to serve the community and city, I want to take some time to introduce and share a little about myself to the residents I will be working alongside.
Robert “Bob” Stanaland was a six-decade resident of Citrus Heights and a leader in the tile industry who left behind a mosaic of friends and family with his passing.
By Curtis Manes, Citrus Heights– Who the heck came up with that idea? That has to be the stupidest thing that I’ve ever heard of.
By Jim Monteton, Citrus Heights–
A lot of talk about counties and what color they are this week. Then we hear a lot about hospital’s and their capacities — not which counties or which hospitals.
The 35th annual Kiwanis Club crab feed fundraiser will be a drive-thru event in Citrus Heights this year to comply with state guidelines to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Latest local news briefs include a Citrus Heights man being rescued from a fiery vehicle crash, another man being arrested on drug charges, and an obituary for a longtime resident who held the title as the first honorary mayor of Citrus Heights.