"It is suspected that during the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Hangman's Dummy was stolen from 305 Main Street Placerville." "The Hangman's Dummy has been located. The Nixle Advisory was received and an alert citizen called the Police Department almost immediately. (Thank You)"
Oh companies. Relationships are SO much easier than you make them. In fact, there are only a few things that you need to do in order to make your customers significantly happier. Or rather, there are a few things you must stop doing and saying that will change your customers’ experiences drastically.
We have also put a mountain of effort into our own Transparency Portal, which details thousands of local government records in one place, organized by county and zip code for anyone to peruse. "Today California Forward (CA Fwd) and the California Special Districts Association (CSDA) have launched a first-of-its-kind portal providing data and information on more than 1,100 California special districts."
FIREFIGHTERS USING TOOLS remove some tiles from a burned area on a garage at a home on Lamar Court in Cameron Park at about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. A storage shed next to the house was completely destroyed. The family was not home at the time of the fire and there were no injuries.
CHP VOLUNTEER CAPTAIN James Newberry swears in 17 graduates of the Senior Volunteer Academy at the California Highway Patrol office on Lo-hi Road on Nov. 22. Graduates of the four-day academy learned CHP procedures and administrative tasks, as well as community service duties, such as deploying the radar trailer.
When Sheriff John D’Agostini took office he recognized the continued and increasing need for CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) and encouraged its expansion. In 2012, while maintaining his philosophy of utilizing resources conservatively, D’Agostini made CIT a collateral assignment within the Patrol Division.
Noted photographers Paul Cockrell and Jack Nissen are presenting a show of Indian Creek Wildlife photographs at the Root Cellar Gallery, 3629 Indian Creek Court in Placerville, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.