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Smoking Ban in Lincoln Parks, Trails Starts Thursday

LINCOLN - The City of Lincoln says smoking will be banned from parks and trails starting Thursday. The ordinance includes electronic cigarettes. According to the ordinance, those caught smoking can face a fine of up to $100 and may also be kicked out of the park or trail. The City of Lincoln has a "

FOX40 - 2017-11-21 22:19:20

Father Looking for Answers After 12-Year-Old Daughter Slices Leg Open at Rocklin Sky Zone

ROCKLIN -- Twelve-year-old Nicole Patterson is recuperating at home after suffering a gaping gash to her leg, which required 27 stitches at the hospital. She got hurt after her leg went through an opening on the side of a trampoline at Sky Zone in Rocklin over the weekend. "I bounced and then I land

FOX40 - 2017-11-23 02:58:07

NorCal 2017 shopping guide: Thanksgiving, Black Friday hours

Here's a look at Thanksgiving and Black Friday hours for regional shopping malls and stores. Arden Fair Mall, SacramentoThanksgiving: 6 p.m. to 12 a.m.Black Friday: 6a.m. to 10 p.m. Best BuyThanksgiving: 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Black Friday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. CostcoThanksgiving: ClosedBlack Friday: 9 a.m.

KCRA.COM - 2017-11-23 05:23:00

Citrus Heights officer who shot suspect said he felt a gun in his pocket, department says

The Citrus Heights Police officer who shot at a man as he fled believed the man was carrying a handgun in his jacket pocket, the Citrus Heights Police Department announced Wednesday morning, three days after the shooting occurred. The announcement was one of many new details provided in a press rele

SACRAMENTO BEE - 2017-11-22 23:07:00

NASA astronaut shows off Thanksgiving dinner in space

National Parks rangers, visitors pay emotional tribute to veterans On Veterans Day, the National Parks Service is featuring veterans and their families who work in and visit national parks around the country. Local Veterans honored at Loaves and Fishes Bagpipes played "Bloody Fields of Fland

SACRAMENTO BEE - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

A story about giving thanks

The following story is true. Minor details have been modified to ensure privacy. I am standing on the street at night not far from a street light in Riverside County. In the dim light I can see a man older than myself, sitting in a wheelchair on the sidewalk, and a young woman talking to him. It was

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS - 2017-11-22 19:34:28

Homeless vet gets a home

After being homeless for nearly four years, on Monday a Navy Veteran finally got a home as he was moved into Eskaton Lincoln Manor on Mother Lode Drive in Placerville. A collaborative effort involving the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office Homeless Outreach Team, Veteran Affairs, Veterans Services, O

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 18:00:39

'The Wolves': Theater Review

A high school girls' soccer team warms up to face the large and small challenges of adult life in Sarah DeLappe's debut play, a 2017 Pulitzer finalist. A dizzying whirl of attitude, anxiety and adolescent hormonal volatility practically pings off the walls in Sarah DeLappe's firecracker of a debut


That time of year: PennDOT prepping for winter weather

According to District 1 Executive Director William Petit on Monday, "our equipment has been converted for winter operations, we have stocked supplies of road salt and other materials, and our employees will soon be working winter shift schedules." Those winter shifts are 4 a.m. to noon and noon to 8


Gordy's liquor sales questioned; Barron, Chetek, Ladysmith stores on the block for next auction

The city of Barron may need to take a closer look at how its liquor sales are regulated and enforced, after a lengthy discussion before the City Council at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14. The topic got a thorough going-over at the meeting as council members talked about the issue with


Scott Walker asks his attorneys to represent political opponent in lawsuit

Gov. Scott Walker is blocking political opponent State Superintendent Tony Evers from choosing a lawyer to represent him in a lawsuit brought by a conservative law firm seeking to diminish Evers' power. Attorney General Brad Schimel and other Department of Justice attorneys notified the Wisconsin S

NEWS-SHIELD.COM - 2017-11-23 00:30:00

Turkey Recipes - How to Make Thanksgiving Leftovers Pizza

This recipe is similar to the other pizza recipes, but it offers a slightly different take on how to combine your leftovers. Allrecipes' directions are also a little more thorough yet slower-paced, so even the beginner chef should be able to pull this off. This article originally ran on news.lee.net

BLOOMERADVANCE.COM - 2017-11-22 22:17:00

Bloomer hospital raising mammography rates by 73.6 percent

The price of a mammography at Mayo Clinic Health System-Chippewa Valley in Bloomer will increase by 73.6 percent starting Jan. 1, according to an ad the hospital placed in the Nov. 22 Bloomer Advance. The charge for either a mammography screening or diagnostic service will increase from $206 to $361

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-22 22:30:00

Man found in woods died of apparent suicide

BARRON - A Waupun man found in the woods near a Dallas church died of apparent suicide by hanging, according to a news release from the Barron County sheriff's office. At 7:28 p.m. Monday, sheriff's deputies received a call about a suspicious vehicle at the New Scandinavia Lutheran Church outside of


Local hunters harvest mature bucks on opening weekend of firearms season

Thousands of hunters spent the weekend in the woods for Wisconsin's annual nine-day gun deer hunt with several local hunters filling their tags. Chetek residents Indy Thompson, at left, and Cody Johnson, at right, were fortunate enough to harvest big bucks opening day on Saturday, Nov. 18. Thompson


Poll: sugar maple is favorite autumn tree color

The results are in after 98 people voted. Sugar maple-orange-red-won with 44 votes and 44.9 percent. In a close second was red maple-bright scarlet-with 41 votes for 41.8 percent. In third was dogwood-purple-red-with five votes for 5.1 percent, followed by oak-red, brown or russet-with four votes f


No vote for 'picnic license'

A temporary license to sell beer at a Ladies Night on Saturday, Nov. 18, which would also benefit the organization that operates the Chetek Pool Hall and the Hangout youth center, was denied after it did not garner enough support for a vote at a Chetek Common Council meeting on Nov. 14. Ladies' Nigh


Libby Senior Center Menu for December 2017

Dinners served with salad bar at 4:30 p.m. and main course at 5 p.m. Tues. and Fri. Lunches served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wed. Please call 406-293-7222 by noon Tues. and Fri. or by 9 a.m. on Wed. for home delivery. Fri. Dec. 1: Pork roast, mashed potatoes, vegetable, rolls, salad bar and dessert. Tues


Election by acclamation can save thousands for communities

Thanks to the 2017 Montana Legislature, four Lincoln County communities saved what an election officials said was a considerable amount of money this year when seven candidates for municipal office ran unopposed and were elected by acclamation. The Montana Legislature did pass (House Bill 83) to al


Farm business workshops set starting in January

With opportunities in value-added, local marketing, new crops and new technologies, there has never been a better time to start a farm business in Montana. People have the skills to produce high-value products, and a group wants to turn their passion into farm and ranch profits. The Planning for O

HAVRE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 08:00:00