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Arcade Creek Park Preserve Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

Arcade Creek Park Preserve Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Family Nature Activities and Ribbon Cutting Celebration 

Citrus Heights, California – The Sunrise Recreation and Park District (SRPD) is excited to invite the community out to the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Arcade Creek Park Preserve, the newest park in the Citrus Heights area. The Grand Opening Ceremony will take place at 1:00PM on Saturday, November 1st. Ribbon cutting and presentations begin place at 1:30pm. The Arcade Creek Park Preserve features an extensive trail system with exercise equipment and play features throughout. Highlights include the areas first free public zip line, boardwalk, and nature area.

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2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!

2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!

 

 

2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

 

 

Fiancee of slain Rancho Cordova man speaks out


RANCHO CORDOVA - Two young men are under arrest on suspicion of killing a 25-year-old man in Rancho Cordova Saturday night. Family has identified the victim as Marquail Hayes.

The deadly shooting was in a playground at Riverview Elementary School on Ambassador Drive at about 10:45 p.m.

Police responded to multiple reports of shots fired. When they arrived, they found the victim shot. Hayes died from his injuries.

About 50 of the victim's closest friends and relatives gathered at the playground Sunday night for a candlelight vigil to remember the slain father. His fiancée spoke out at the vigil.

"We definitely want justice. I want to know who did this. I want them to pay for this. They destroyed my family," said Ashlee McManus, the mother of Hayes' three children.

She was going to marry Hayes next year.

Get to Know: Quinoa

Get to Know: Quinoa

Natalie Barbarese

Let’s explore the world of special ingredients together! We’ll do the research and make some mistakes in the kitchen so you don’t have to. Today, experiment with quinoa, an ancient seed that’s been making waves as a modern superfood.

What looks and tastes like a whole grain but is actually a seed that’s a complete source of protein as it has all the essential amino acids plus an exotic name to boot? It’s quinoa! 

Pronounced “keen-wah” and cultivated by the Incas, quinoa is usually grouped with grains in terms of nutrition and placement in the supermarket, but it’s actually a seed... Read More

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UPDATE: 2 arrested for man's murder in Rancho Cordova


Two young men have been arrested on suspicion of killing a 25-year-old man in Rancho Cordova Saturday night.

The deadly shooting was in a playground at a school on 10700 block of Ambassador Drive at about 10:45 p.m.

Police responded to multiple reports of shots fired. When they arrived, they found the victim shot. The man, whose name has not been officially released, later died from his injuries.

Sunday evening, Sacramento County sheriff's spokesperson Lisa Bowman said Kavon William Cry, 18, and Omar Lee Talley, 19, were apprehended for murder and booked into Sacramento County Jail.

Detectives believe the victim, who was with a friend, did not know the suspects. The friend was not hurt.

The Art of Ballet

The Art of Ballet
The Art of Ballet
11-14-2014 - 01-08-2015
Gallery at 48 Natoma
 
Admission: Free
 
(916) 355-7285
cabraham@folsom.ca.us
 
Start Time(s): Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9am-5pm Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9am-5pm & 6pm-8pm
With the holidays come many traditions. One of the most popular are the meriad special performances that bring ballet dancers to the stage this time of year. Often attending a classic holiday ballet is the highlight of many family’s season Ballet in all its forms, from on the stage to behind the curtain, to expansive outdoor landscapes, will become the focus in the next exhibit, titled The Art of Ballet
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Did the wrong patient die after confusion over a medical order?


ID=17493063RANCHO CORDOVA - Was a Do Not Resuscitate order incorrectly placed on a patient at the Sacramento V.A. Medical Center, leading to that patient's death?

Doctors and nurses are being interviewed as part of an investigation into a patient's death, and an anonymous email sent to News10 alleged that the patient had died as a result of an incorrect Do Not Resuscitate order. Acting Medical Center Chief of Staff Dr. Anthony Albanese said the hospital hasn't confirmed that there was confusion over a Do Not Resuscitate order.