Latest local news briefs include a drive-thru graduation ceremony being held in the Sunrise Mall parking lot, a Citrus Heights man being arrested after a wrong-way collision, sheriff’s deputies arresting a minor after a wild chase, and an obituary of an 88-year-old resident who passed away last month. ‘Drive-thru graduation’[Read More…]
Guest Opinion by David Warren–
Data from the Sacramento County Public Health department shows the number of deaths associated with COVID-19 is among the highest in Citrus Heights, only surpassed by the City and County of Sacramento.
By Mike Hazlip–Longtime Citrus Heights resident Ann Ragland Bowns, known for her creativity and dedication to art education, passed away on April 17. She was 86. Bowns’ granddaughter, Betsy Bowns, described her grandmother as a talented artist and a “force of nature.” “Anyone who knew her, could tell you she didn’t give a damn what[Read More…]
Latest local news briefs include an Air Force tribute to healthcare workers passing over Citrus Heights skies, concept options for improving traffic safety near schools to be presented at an upcoming Zoom meeting, and the latest news over the San Juan Water District’s response to a voting rights demand letter.
Theatre in the Heights, a small venue for local theatrical performances in Citrus Heights, has been closed since March 17 when coronavirus mitigation efforts led to the statewide closure of businesses deemed non-essential.
A local nonprofit organization held a drive-thru dinner and flower distribution on Saturday as a way to brighten the lives of single moms for Mother’s Day amid COVID-19 shelter-in-place restrictions.
Sacramento County health officials this week reported a fifth death in Citrus Heights associated with COVID-19, along with seven new confirmed cases of the disease over the past week.
Latest local news briefs include a Citrus Heights couple being arrested on their honeymoon in Hawaii, an obituary of a local resident, and a local salon owner considering reopening despite COVID-19 restrictions.