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LETTER: Cannabis stores will bring shootings, stabbings, robberies

By Bill Bird, Citrus Heights– Do you want more crime in Citrus Heights? Urge your City Council to support and allow stores that sell marijuana or dope. Your prayers will be answered. These places are crime magnets…

Spring musical performances underway at Mesa Verde High School

Following the closure of Theatre in the Heights last year, community theatrical performances have been a hard find in Citrus Heights — but this week, residents will performances of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown on display at…

Residents invited to 2024 potluck at Citrus Heights Community Center

Sentinel staff report– The Residents’ Empowerment Association of Citrus Heights is set to host a “Celebrate Spring” potluck event next month, aiming to bolster community spirit…

‘Snack Man’ leads annual sock drive for Citrus Heights homeless community

Sentinel staff report– Kicking off the month of March, Alfred “Snack Man” Sanchez is leading his annual sock drive to benefit the local homeless population…

Some ‘dismayed’ by lack of progress on potential Rusch Park amphitheater

By Sara Beth Williams– Plans to move forward with construction on the Kathy Cook Amphitheater at Rusch Community Park have been delayed again, according to city leaders and the parks district…

Easter

March Events: What’s happening this month in Citrus Heights?

By Sara Beth Williams– The month of March in Citrus Heights is bustling with a diverse lineup of community events, from early Easter egg hunts to theatrical performances and charitable dinners…

Rusch Park restrooms closed as district struggles with recurring damage

By Sara Beth Williams– The restrooms on the east side of Rusch Community Park could be closed for several months…

Fill the boot for burns

More Letters: Cannabis tax, firefighters, sound walls

Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include comments defending the firefighter fundraiser at Sunrise/Greenback, and sharing various perspectives on sound walls and a potential cannabis tax…

Sue Frost, supervisor

Guest Column: Prop 1. A tale of more empty promises?

By Supervisor Sue Frost– As we navigate through the heart of election season, with ballots distributed and, I hope, making their way to the Election’s Office, we stand on the cusp of the March 5 Primary Election…

Neighbors pitch in to help clear fallen tree in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– During the high winds on the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 4, Carolyn and Joaquin Varela’s tree fell across Rollingwood Boulevard, blocking traffic, and impacting properties both across the street and diagonally…