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April 27, 2010

Protect Your Health by Controlling Mosquitos

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Abandoned homes with swimming pools or spas may offer up the perfect breeding ground for one of the great outdoors’ most irritating villain, the mosquito. Residents have to be aware of their surroundings, especially in their own yard to prevent mosquitoes from breeding. Recognizing Mosquito Prevention Week, April 26 through April 30, is the perfect [...]

April 27, 2010

Garfield Elementary Teacher Named News 10’s Teacher of the Month

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Every month local Sacramento news channel News 10 selects from nominated and voted for teachers to be the station’s next Teacher of the Month. Dozens of teachers around Sacramento could be nominated during the year and if named Teacher of the Month, they will automatically be eligible to be named News 10’s Teacher of the [...]

April 26, 2010

Man Hit by Light Rail Train While Walking on Tracks

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An 18 year old Citrus Heights man was hit by a light rail train around 10 a.m. Monday morning. The young man was talking on his cell phone while walking on the track with his head down, towards Historic Folsom when the accident occurred.
The train was leaving the Iron Point Road Regional Transit Station. The [...]

April 26, 2010

Soccer League Opportunities Still Available for Local Youth

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Not only is soccer a great way for kids to stay active and healthy, but it also presents vital learning opportunities to practice good sportsmanship and build character. The Sunrise Soccer Club is open to all children ages 4 through 18 and there are only two more opportunities to register for the upcoming season.
Since the [...]

April 26, 2010

Autism Awareness Month: Raising Awareness with Special Education Teacher Kathy Berkowitz

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In the 1970s, a movement was started to spread the importance of public understanding about the need for concern about autism. Public awareness of this form of developmental disability was not widely known or understood during this time and even today is still being researched. Autism affects a person’s communication abilities and can make socialization [...]

April 23, 2010

San Juan School District Employee Throws Charity Fundraiser After Winning Big

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It was the week of Thanksgiving, 2009, when San Juan Unified School District employee Monique Powell received a call inviting her to Los Angeles to be a contestant on one of America’s most popular game shows, Wheel of Fortune. Being a life-long fan of the show, Monique jumped at the chance to submit her contestant’s [...]

April 23, 2010

Citrus Heights Crime Report: April 15 – April 21

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The following police reports were filed between 04/15/2010 and 04/21/2010:

Eleven vehicle thefts and 14 thefts from vehicles were reported during the week.
04/15/10:

Ten Thefts – one shoplifting incident on the 6600 block of Auburn Boulevard, one theft incident at an undisclosed location, six shoplifting incidents at Sunrise Mall, one fraud incident at Sunrise Mall [...]








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